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2005 Annual report on operations evaluation (AROE) (Inglês)

The 2005 Annual Report on Operations Evaluation (AROE) focuses on the country because it is the main unit of account for monitoring, managing, and evaluating performance. It examines Country Assistance Strategies (CASs) for how well they link country goals, CAS outcomes, and Bank programming. It also examines how Bank information from M&E systems is actually used to manage the performance of Bank country programs. Finally, the report takes stock of the measures taken since the 2003 and 2004 Annual Reports on Operations Evaluation to strengthen the results focus in monitoring and evaluation. A review of Country Assistance Strategies conducted for the 2005 AROE found that most attempted to link country development goals with CAS outcomes and Bank interventions. These linkages were better developed in education, health, and the environment than in other disciplines. These particular CASs included performance measures to track progress toward achieving goals and outcomes. However, many of these measures lacked baselines, specific targets, or both, limiting their effectiveness for monitoring, management, and evaluation.

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  • Autor

    Kelly,Lauren, Singh,Janardan Prasad, Smith, Howard, Uchimura,Yoshine

  • Data do documento

    2006/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Anual

  • No. do relatório

    36125

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2006/06/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    2005 Annual report on operations evaluation (AROE)

  • Palavras-chave

    monitoring and evaluation system;identification of data;capacity for data collection;institutional development fund;Analytical and Advisory Activities;economic and sector work;Global Programs and Partnerships;demand for performance;accountability for results;lack of interest;federal government;effectiveness of aid;systems development;recommendations for action;availability of data;education and health;kilometers of road;provision of material;performance management;intermediate outcome;partner country;evaluation capacity;Knowledge Program;measurement system;management tool;aid effectiveness;performance information;development partner;Learning and Innovation Credit;product level;collected information;reporting requirement;country operations;management improvement;Fiduciary procedure;procedural requirement;sector-wide approaches;program evaluation;monitoring progress;reducing transaction;water sector;program assessment;urban development;action planning;maximum extent;resource persons;partnership agreement;information flow;survey respondent;assessment framework;weak demand;baseline data;community support;government system;government capacity;multilateral institution;national system;reporting system;applicable law;subsidiary right;administrative support;results framework;causal linkage;smaller number;student learning;monitoring data;beneficiary impact;performance reporting;product delivery;development performance;joint product;country leadership;portfolio monitoring;operational decisions;comprehensive view;program review;fiscal need;government use;performance performance;donor strategy;driving force;business planning;internal management;data requirement;participatory approach;resource material;statistical system;local evaluation;aid agency;Borrowing Countries;individual bank;production support;survey design;take stock;tracking system;sector priorities;outcome indicator;external client;pilot initiatives;effective outreach;qualitative assessment;management review;

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