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China - Qinba Mountains Poverty Reduction Project (English)

The ratings for the Qinba Mountains Poverty Reduction Project for China were as follows: the outcome was highly satisfactory, the sustainability was highly likely, the institutional development impact was high, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the borrower performance was highly satisfactory. Lessons learned: Strong support and a high degree of commitment from government at all levels is a precondition of the project's successful implementation. A strong and adequately supported central Project Management Office (PMO) is essential for the success of the project. Active participation of beneficiaries throughout the project life is essential for effective implementation and a better sense of ownership. Effective institution building, including an emphasis on PMO's stability and continuity, is the foundation for successfully implementing a highly complex project. Putting rural infrastructure first will ensure that benefits of activities under other components can be maximized. Building flexibility into the project design will empower the project to accommodate a changing environment. Promoting farmers' human capital development will strengthen the project's sustainability. Ensuring the independence of micro-finance institutions in its business operation is one of key conditions for achieving its financial sustainability.


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    Implementation Completion and Results Report

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    China - Qinba Mountains Poverty Reduction Project

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China - Qinba Mountains Poverty Reduction Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.