Cette évaluation couvre l'APD belge sur 2002-2012, période du premier papier sur la stratégie environnementale. L'évaluation conclut que la prise en compte de l’environnement par les services de développement de la coopération belge donne des résultats positifs, mais non quantifiables. La pression sur l'environnement des activités de coopération a été réduite et les conditions d'une gestion durable de l'environnement ont été améliorées.
This evaluation covers Belgian ODA over the 2002-2012 first environment strategy paper period. The evaluation concludes that the environmental consideration of the Belgian Development Cooperation is giving positive but unquantifiable results. Pressure on the environment of cooperation activities has been reduced and the conditions for sustainable environmental management have been improved.
This evaluation assesses the extent to which the Bank’s efforts to mainstream environmental issues into the road infrastructure projects it finances have been relevant, efficient, and effective. It also assesses how far such measures have been taken up by RMCs and reviews the sustainability of the outcomes of the Bank’s assistance.
ADB’s assistance to the transport sector in Sri Lanka is rated as relevant. It supported the government’s primary objective of promoting economic growth and has also been consistent with ADB’s country and sector strategies.
The evaluation focuses on the roads, maritime, and civil aviation subsectors, and emergency assistance related, covering 96% transport portfolio in the Pacific. It also discusses the extent of and potential for regional cooperation in the Pacific transport sector.
This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Railway Rehabilitation Project and the Railway Modernization Project in Uzbekistan.
The Asian Development bank has made substantial contributions to building transport infrastructure in the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
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.
Danida has been supporting the transport sector in Nicaragua since the 1980’s. At first, support was focused on providing project assistance to the rehabilitation and reconstruction of rural transport infrastructure in the North and South Atlantic Autonomous Regions (RAAN and RAAS).
The Rural Access Roads Project was designed to improve welfare and reduce poverty by providing access to markets and livelihood opportunities in various parts of the Lao People's Democratic Republic.