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Bhutan - Country assistance evaluation (Inglês)

This evaluation provides an independent assessment of the role of World Bank assistance to Bhutan during the period 1993-2003. The Country Assistance Evaluation (CAE) examines whether: (a) the objectives of Bank/IDA assistance were relevant; (b) the Bank's assistance program was effectively designed and consistent with its objectives; and (c) the Bank's program achieved its objectives and had a substantial impact on the country's development during this period. Examining these questions allows the CAE to draw lessons and recommendations for future Bank assistance. Annex D describes the methodological approach.

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  • Data do documento

    2004/11/23

  • TIpo de documento

    IEG Evaluation

  • No. do relatório

    30737

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Butão,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Bhutan - Country assistance evaluation

  • Palavras-chave

    small country;Analytical and Advisory Activities;country financial accountability assessment;water supply and sanitation;Committee for Development Effectiveness;committee on development effectiveness;accounting and auditing standard;life expectancy at birth;economic and sector work;monitoring and evaluation system;social indicator;Natural Resource Management;export of goods;institutional development impact;aid per capita;rural access road;food poverty line;foreign aid inflow;adult literacy rate;secondary school graduate;grant aid;Learning and Innovation Credit;Public Expenditure Management;Country Assistance Strategies;local government capacity;informal transport sector;country assistance strategy;millennium development goal;accessible by road;approach to education;total population size;Foreign Exchange Reserve;infant mortality rate;free trade agreement;free basic education;difference in population;direct foreign investment;main road network;Access to Education;exchange rate overvaluation;import of goods;domestic tax revenue;prudent fiscal policy;exchange rate regime;government's development goal;foreign aid donor;lack of staff;public expenditure analysis;local labor market;financial sector strategy;swiss development corporation;improve Education Quality;foreign direct investment;secondary school leaver;restrictions on export;population growth rate;trade and investment;Education Development;urban development;program lending;knowledge bank;refugee camp;capacity constraint;Hydro Power;arable land;comparative advantage;Economic Policy;formal sector;Forest Management;traditional stone;domestic revenue;education strategy;foreign assistance;recent years;fiscal management;research assistance;local condition;dutch disease;macroeconomic impact;agricultural land;education outcome;grant element;external assistance;aid receipt;government revenue;teacher preparation;Health Service;skilled labor;macro policies;investment loan;macro policy;government sector;transferring knowledge;outreach clinics;budget deficit;school enrollment;poverty survey;school-age population;bilateral agency;secondary enrollment;Education Administration;Public Spending;opportunity cost;Informal Work;education authority;language textbook;macro framework;construction delay;domestic saving;basic cost;equitable development;educational system;educational development;Urban Infrastructure;institutional memory;strategic work;capital expenditure;glacial lake;illegal immigrant;continuous assessment;appraisal reports;forestry issue;domestic borrowing;geographical barrier;sectoral reviews;editorial comments;Economic Management;environmental stewardship;enrollment rate;social dislocation;environmental degradation;methodological approach;civil society;poor farming;welfare fund;guard approach;vulnerable group;social issue;roundtable meeting;equal status;real gdp;physical infrastructure;holistic approach;traditional values;traditional society;informal sector;Economic Studies;economic study;multiple donor;demographic projection;ethnic group;enrollment ratio;cultural independence;positive outcome;bank lending;aid flow;population census;statistical table;future bank;increased revenue;environmental sustainability;national independence;Cultural Heritage;export boom;watershed management;fiscal conservatism;institutional procedures;high share;institutional strengthening;poverty study;cultivable land;expenditure framework;rural phenomenon;household survey;idf grant;Capital Investments;redistributive measures;export earning;national territory;habitat fragmentation;equal distribution;heavily dependent;government expenditure;conventional wisdom;export earnings;soft loan;electricity export;population estimate;conservation effort;hydropower industry;capital flow;concessional loan;work permit;baseline poverty;macroeconomic monitoring;lending agency;business service;Real estate;school building;project plan;mathematics curriculum;interior space;multilateral institution;retail trade;external aid

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