English, , 351kb
This report evaluates the performance of the First Financial Sector Program Loan Cluster and the related technical assistance.
English, , 839kb
The Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City Highway Project supported bilateral trade in Cambodia and the southern region of Viet Nam, and, in a broader context, regional cooperation among Greater Mekong Subregion countries.
English, , 255kb
A Case Study from the 2007 Special Evaluation Study on the Asian Development Bank's Approaches to Parnering and Harmonization: In the Context of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness
English, , 50kb
Summary The German-backed TC project is a contribution to the multilaterally financed “Land Management and Administration Project” (LMAP). LMAP aims to help resolve the complex and interconnected problems in the land sector in the post-conflict and transition situation in Cambodia. LMAP was planned jointly in 2001 by the Cambodian Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC), the World Bank, and German and
English, , 440kb
The purpose of this evaluation is to examine technical assistance (TA) provided by the IMF to its member countries and to derive operational recommendations that can enhance the contribution of TA to the overall IMF mandate. The stated objectives of IMF TA were defined in the most recent policy statement on the subject. “In accord with the IMF's first Article of Agreement, the objective of the IMF's TA program is to contribute to the
English, , 1,408kb
This study looks at area development projects in a perspective of poverty reduction, sustainability and learning. It seeks to find out how some of the long-standing problems of the area development approach, such as targeting and integration of projects with existing policy frameworks and systems of administration, have been solved in three different projects. Formative in purpose, it also tries to identify how area development
English, , 914kb
Anyone who has participated in an evaluation of a complex aid programme such as emergency assistance, recognises the impressionistic elements of such endeavours.