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This Country Program Evaluation with the Dominican Republic (CPE 2004-2008) is the second evaluation by the Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE) of the IDB’s programming with the country.
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ADB has responded well to the demand from energy deficient and expanding economies by significantly increasing assistance to the energy sector, including for rural areas.
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After the break-up of the former Soviet Union, the Kyrgyz Republic struggled with a depletion of financial resources, the disintegration of institutions, the weakening of economic activity and trade relationships,and the deterioration that lay ahead.
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The Zambia Country Report is designed to both offer specific feedback on ASP to the Embassy of Sweden in Zambia and to provide significant input into the Evaluation Report.
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The main challenges faced by Bhutan's power sector in the mid-1990s were identified as the institutional weakness of the sector, and its inability to promote the country's economic development through power exports and providing access to electricity for rural consumers.
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The World Bank Group’s safeguards and sustainability policies were put in place to prevent or mitigate adverse impacts of its projects on people and the environment. These goals remain critical given current environmental and social trends.
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(original in French) Together, the five Donors taking part in the evaluation (DPE) accounted for more than half the Official Development Assistance delivered to Niger over the period.
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En 2007, cinq bailleurs de fonds (Commission Européenne, Belgique, Danemark, France, Luxembourg) se sont réunis pour évaluer leur coopération avec le Niger sur la période 2000-2008.
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This country assistance program evaluation report presents an evaluation of the Asian Development Bank assistance to Bhutan during 2001-2009.
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This year’s Effectiveness Report examines the performance of Switzerland’s Economic Cooperation and Development in implementing its aid activities (Part I) and, for the first time, it focuses more thoroughly on a specific topic, namely the sustainability of its projects (Part II).