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The Annual Evaluation Overview Report (AEOR) synthesises the findings of the EBRD’s Evaluation Department (EvD), regarding the Bank’s mandate performance, helping the Bank to fulfil its accountability obligations towards the Board of Directors.
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Egypt is a country of over 74 million people, has a per capita income of $1,250 (GNI, Atlas method) in 2005 and occupies a crucial position in the geopolitics of the Middle East. Less than 5 percent of Egypt’s total 1 million sq. km. land area is settled and cultivated.
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General Budget Support (GBS) has been an important part of Dutch development cooperation to Nicaragua over the years 2005-2008, representing about one-third of total bilateral aid to Nicaragua.
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This validation report is a new product of the Operations Evaluation Department (OED); It reviews the performance of Asian Development Bank (ADB) country assistance in the Republic of the Maldives from 1995 to 2006.
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The Global Environment Facility (GEF), established in 1991, provides grants and concessional funds to address the world’s global environmental issues.
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This Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR) evaluates the four structural adjustment credits to the Republic of Mali from 1990 to 2003.
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The purpose of this synthesis report is to investigate the extent to which the policies on gender, HIV/AIDS and environment have been implemented, to explore why they have or have not been effectively implemented.
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This evaluation study reviews trends in foreign direct investment, noting the rapid growth in private capital flows in developing member countries, followed by a severe contraction following the Asian financial crisis.
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This is a Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR) for the Zambia Emergency Drought Recovery Project, which was approved on November 2002, and became effective on February 2003.
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The purpose of support to water supply and sanitary facilities goes beyond sustainable access: it is intended to reduce the burden of water collection (typically a task of women and girls); improve health; raise school enrolment and attendance; improve livelihoods and ultimately reduce poverty.<