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India - National Victor Borne Disease Control and Polio Eradication Support Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the National Victor Borne Disease Control and Polio Eradication Support Project for India were as follows: outcomes were moderately unsatisfactory, the risk to development outcome was low or negligible, the Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory, and the Borrower performance was unsatisfactory. Some lessons learned included: substantive alterations to projects late in the preparation process should be avoided. Although the polio component of the project contributed to the elimination of polio in India, there was not adequate opportunity for appraisal of the component which may have led to an overestimation of the required budget. Monitoring and evaluation needs to be given highest priority. The delay in implementation of the baseline population based household survey and the complete absence of mid-term and end of project survey data for comparison is clearly not acceptable. Projects need controls in place to ensure that key monitoring and evaluation activities are conducted in a timely manner. This may include conditions of effectiveness or dated covenants. Community-based service delivery models can work. This project has contributed further evidence that community-based health workers with limited training can effectively manage biological confirmation and treatment of malaria and kala-azar and contribute to epidemiologic and program monitoring. Operational research can have a very positive impact on policy and practice. By incorporating routine drug and insecticide resistance monitoring, batch testing of rapid diagnostic tests, pharmaco-vigilance and impact evaluation into the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework for the project, new data were continually being generated for consideration by technical experts, state-level and national authorities.


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    India - National Victor Borne Disease Control and Polio Eradication Support Project

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    voluntary health association;millennium development goal;vector borne disease control;Environmental Management Plan;monitoring and evaluation plan;ip disbursements archived;economic and financial analysis;access to health care;Social and Beneficiary Assessment;total number of individual;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Information, Education and Communication;diagnosis and treatment;behavior change communication;community base;control of malaria;risk of fraud;malaria case management;supply chain management;public health policy;delay in procurement;malaria control program;payment to supplier;public health programs;risk of polio;primarily due;human resource issues;building human capacity;financial management aspects;infectious disease control;Multipurpose health workers;international good practice;data collection strategy;financial management arrangement;public health concern;human resource capacity;Exchange Rates;external technical assistance;case fatality rate;drug susceptibility testing;quality and quantity;vector control activities;onset of symptom;Governance and Accountability;assessment of outcome;assessment of risk;national malaria control;burden of malaria;release of fund;outputs by components;global polio eradication;quality at entry;



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