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Nepal - Second Poverty Alleviation Fund Project (Inglês)

Ratings of Second Poverty Alleviation Fund Project for Nepal were as follows: outcome was moderately satisfactory, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was modest. Some of the lessons learned include: 1) A demand driven approach and direct funding are effective in keeping target communities at the forefront and reaching out to the intended beneficiaries; 2) Saving mobilization is effective for initiating revolving funds and has the potential to leverage funds from financial institutions; 3) The institutional design of a semi-autonomous agency, which was established with a specific mandate (including, project implementation), should be critically reviewed, revisited and reformed in accordance with the changing environment and needs; 4) The institutional design of a semi-autonomous agency should allow it to mobilize funds to cover operational costs to enhance the sustainability of the agency; 5) community-driven development (CDD) approach can be integrated into the federalism and decentralization process; 6) Clear consolidation/graduation plan should be in place at entry to enhance sustainability of community level institutions; 7) Long-standing projects working in the changing socio-political environments should require specific attention to adapt project design and implementation over time in order to maintain consistency and relevance to the evolving development challenges; and 8) Fiduciary issues should have adequate attention at high level of the Project management and corrective measures should be taken and should be continuously monitored and followed up.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2019/06/27

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    ICR4225

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Nepal,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/07/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Nepal - Second Poverty Alleviation Fund Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Water, Sanitation and Waste Management; Participation and Civic Engagement; Urban and Rural Development; financial internal rate of return; Economic Internal Rate of Return; income generating activity; water supply and sanitation; allocation of block grant; economic empowerment of woman; active participation of woman; income generation activities; net present value; theory of change; access to infrastructure; operations and maintenance; return to investment; participation and empowerment; gross domestic product; investments in infrastructure; annual interest rate; access to loan; average household income; road and bridges; value added tax; irrigation and drainage; amount of fund; local government budget; focus group interview; household survey analysis; incidence conflict; governance and institutions; sustainable development path; control over resources; participation of female; community decision making; community resource persons; gender and poverty; knowledge management activity; private sector financing; capacity building training; time of conflict; private sector funding; jobs and growth; rural infrastructure service; living condition; base year; community level; household benefit; social mobilization; field visits; beneficiary household; food sufficiency; financial return; asset creation; autonomous agency; market linkage; social inclusion; revolving fund; local bodies; household livelihood; Rural Poor; increased access; project costing; community group; core functions; beneficiary group; emergency need; graduation strategy; targeting mechanism; financial efficiency; infrastructure activities; marketing cooperative; Cash Transfer; targeted population; cumulative total; social exclusion; intermediate outcome; matching grant; retail business; community building; rice mill; vegetable farming; results framework; Enterprise Development; livestock asset; Vocational Training; adequate funds; project impact; innovative way; increased income; financial datum; institutional strengthening; direct funding; household expenditure; productive activity; management skill; employment impact; livelihood development; selection criterion; business linkage; capital accumulation; central market; objective criterion; financial service; indirect beneficiary; medical attention; inclusive growth; direct beneficiaries; Gender Equality; social infrastructure; ethnic background; mixed methods; qualitative approach; irrigation infrastructure; timely access; poverty criterion; qualitative analysis; estimation result; consultative meeting; small-scale infrastructure; thematic studies; production model; financial viability; financing need; staff costs; intermediate indicator; project execution; local election; election result; rapid assessment; spatial development; skill development; earthquake recovery; women's empowerment; qualitative assessment; empowering women; infrastructure component; restructuring process; longer period; infrastructure program; community-based programs; remote area; livestock activities; commercial bank; local bank; economic linkage; political turbulence; civil conflict; livestock insurance; rural area; poverty gap; social outcome; insurance scheme; staff fund; decentralized government; extreme inequality; poverty alleviation; donor resource; Indigenous Peoples; marginalized group; livelihood opportunity; management style; organizational culture; representative democracy; working relationship; Exchange Rates; community participation; government development; social tension; grievance redressal; interim strategy; peace agreement; predatory lending; formal banking; informal moneylenders; poor household; government institution; institutional building; unintended outcomes; living standard; Political Economy; resources management; long-term outcome; peace process; public space; food price; rural population; administrative cost; local participation; market participation; community income; community empowerment; institution building

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