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  • Member's Documents
    Jan 2020
    The ‘EBRD Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account’ (Ukraine MDA) was launched in 2014 as part of a multilateral crisis-response measures to provide urgent support to Ukraine in the wake of major political, security, economic and humanitarian crises. A total of fourteen...
  • Member's Documents
    Nov 2019
    ADB’s assistance to Indonesia over the evaluation period has helped it achieve its key development objectives, including reducing its population below the absolute poverty line to less than 10%, but significant challenges remain in fostering inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth.
  • Member's Documents
    Oct 2019
    The Independent Office of Evaluation (IOE) of IFAD has prepared a performance evaluation report on the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Poverty Reduction Project (PRAREP), implemented in Côte d’Ivoire from 2009 to 2015.
  • Member's Documents
    Jul 2019
    This evaluation assesses the School Sector Program (SSP) successful, although it did not fully meet the ambitious targets it had set.
  • Member's Documents
    Jun 2019
    This year’s Annual Report focuses on how IDEV delivered evaluative knowledge; engaged with Bank operations departments, stakeholders and partners to strengthen its products and build a culture of evaluation within the Bank and in African countries; and responded to evaluation needs, demand and...
  • Member's Documents
    Jun 2019
    Recognition of climate change as a major global public policy challenge has grown since key concerns were raised in 1992. The G8 elevated the importance of climate change in 2005 and there have been a series of international initiatives since that time.
  • Member's Documents
    Jun 2019
    In the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, central banks in the largest advanced countries innovated aggressively to restart growth and combat persistent deflationary risks, while policymakers elsewhere were faced by spillovers from extremely easy global liquidity conditions.
  • Member's Documents
    May 2019
    This evaluation assesses the Bank Group’s effectiveness and comparative advantage in fostering regional integration during FY2003–17 and draws lessons that can be used to inform future regional integration operations.
  • Member's Documents
    May 2019
    This Annual Evaluation Review provides a summary of EvD’s mandate and operational priorities, and an overview of its activities and accomplishments in 2018. Special topics include Credit Lines, Investment Climate and Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility.
  • Member's Documents
    Mar 2019
    This study was requested by the Board Effectiveness and Efficiency Group, following the implementation by the Bank of a pilot, which increased the EBRD’s delegated authority threshold from €10 million to €25 million. On the completion of this pilot, the increased threshold became the Bank’s...

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  • COVID-19 documents
    Feb 2021
    This paper provides a synthesis of lessons from evaluations of PFM support by ADB, other multilateral development banks, and the International Monetary Fund, as well as lessons from research and analysis by other international organizations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...
  • Member's Documents
    Dec 2020
    The African Development Bank Group (AfDB or “the Bank”) undertakes self-evaluations of its sovereign operations through Project Completion Reports (PCRs) prepared by the Bank’s operations departments.
  • Member's Documents
    Dec 2020
    The objectives of this impact evaluation were: (i) to estimate the impacts of AfDB-supported integrated infrastructure projects on key intermediate and long-term outcomes; (ii) to identify explanatory factors that affect the development outcomes of the project; and (iii) to generate lessons and...
  • Member's Documents
    Dec 2020
    This report contains a review of the Bank’s hydrocarbon operations. It includes the evaluation of a sample of six projects, which is presented in the broader context of the Bank’s past hydrocarbon operations and portfolio analysis.
  • Member's Documents
    Nov 2020
    This report, also known as RAP 2020, is an annual review of the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group. To provide new perspectives on performance, RAP 2020 also analyzes outcomes and discusses ways in which the Bank Group can continue to enhance its outcome orientation.
  • Member's Documents
    Nov 2020
    IDEV has carried out an evaluation of the Bank’s support to the energy sector for the period 1999-2018. During this period, the Bank committed nearly 18 billion USD to 306 projects in its Regional Member Countries (RMCs). Almost half of the funds went to power generation.
  • COVID-19 documents
    Nov 2020
    In this webinar, IEG staff shared early experiences and lessons with conducting evaluations under COVID-19 restrictions. The conversation focused on the main lessons learned from conducting the Chad Country Program Evaluation and the evaluation of World Bank’s Support to Nutrition.
  • COVID-19 documents
    Nov 2020
    As part of their Knowledge Series, IEG organised a webinar on Data-Sensing and Data Mapping Tools which focused on understanding tools and technologies as well as limitations in data sensing and data mapping tools that can help the development and M&E practitioners collect needed data.
  • Member's Documents
    Nov 2020
    The Legal Transition Programme (LTP) is the EBRD’s flagship provider of legal and regulatory advisory work and technical assistance, combining it with investment activities to support legal reforms needed to strengthen investment climates and build markets.
  • Member's Documents
    Nov 2020
    This report evaluates the influence and value added of IMF advice on capital flows focusing on the period since the approval of the IV. Lessons from this evaluation are particularly germane as the global outlook for capital flows following the COVID-19 shock remains highly uncertain.

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