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Afghanistan - Emergency Power Rehabilitation Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Emergency Power Rehabilitation Project for Afghanistan were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory; risk to development outcome was high; Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory and borrower performance was unsatisfactory. Some lessons learned includes: a more limited scope could have been chosen focusing on activities: 1) that were of the highest priority; 2) the feasibility of which had been properly assessed; 3) that had been sufficiently prepared, possibly with the use of preparation funds; and 4) were ready for implementation at effectiveness. It is a useful reminder that flexibility to adapt to the inevitably changing conditions is essential in a post-conflict environment. Here again, keeping funds unallocated at project or country level may allow response to unanticipated needs. The use of the Project Management Firm (PMF) confirmed that day-to-day attention is required however regular supervision because it is unlikely to tackle the small yet blocking issues that arise, in particular at project start. Focusing on infrastructure rehabilitation is natural when looking at the immense needs of a country like Afghanistan. Sustainability of this investment rests in the capacity to manage, operate and maintain the infrastructure and is as much governance as a financing and capacity matter.


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    Afghanistan - Emergency Power Rehabilitation Project

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