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This report presents the findings, lessons, and recommendations of an independent assessment of Asian Development Bank (ADB) assistance to the tourism sector in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)
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The completion of the first four years of the maternal/newborn care program has concluded with satisfying results from the project’s final evaluation and survey.
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The purpose of this evaluation is to draw lessons from the Program’s experience which can be used in formulating new program/projects and in improving the implementation of ongoing assistance not only in PNG but also for ADB’s other developing member countries.
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The SAPE assesses the combined performance of four DPs' educationstrategies and assistance programs in Bangladesh because they are the ones involved in preparing joint country strategies for Bangladesh for the period 2006–2009.
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The purpose of the evaluation was to examine how successfully appraisal and followup as a part of the administration of NGO projects can be outsourced.
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In August 1995, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved pro technical assistance to the Government of Viet Nam for the formulation of the S Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Project.
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This is a report of an independent evaluation of the Austrian Country Programme Serbia 2006-2008. The evaluation was commissioned by ADA with the purpose of drawing conclusions and recommendations for the programming of the future Austrian Cooperation with Serbia.
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This evaluation commissioned by the European Commission aims at providing an overall independent assessment of its aid delivery through Development Banks and the EIB during the period 1999-2006.
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The cross-cutting issues have been strongly present in the Finnish development cooperation throughout its history.
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Irish Aid funding is contributing to significant results with, for example, a reduction in HIV prevalence among adults (aged 15-49) in Sub-Saharan Africa, the region worst hit by the pandemic.