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Annual review of evaluation results 1992 (Inglês)

This review has three main objectives: (i) to update operational trends based on the evaluation findings of the 1992 cohort, consisting of 277 completed Bank financed operations; (ii) to summarize key operational features and outcomes associated with Bank financing of agriculture, the largest single recipient of Bank commitments; and (iii) to provide a preliminary assessment of the Bank's role in institutional development, a growing component of country assistance programs. The review highlights the complementarity of the three main criteria used by the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) in its evaluation: (i) project outcomes; (ii) sustainability; and (iii) institutional development. Together, these indices are used by OED to track the contribution of Bank operations to development effectiveness. The annual review reaffirms the important role of exogenous shocks and country conditions in determining development outcomes. The review presents the impact of Bank operations in terms of the three major thematic emphases of the Bank's current development agenda (poverty reduction; environmental protection and private sector development). The review identifies five interrelated factors which would help to deliver better results: (i) effective management of the project cycle; (ii) borrower ownership of project objectives; (iii) active involvement of beneficiaries; (iv) explicit institutional strengthening; and (v) visible benefits traceable to the development intervention.


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    Annual review of evaluation results 1992

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