Country synthesis of postevaluation findings in Papua New Guinea
Asian Development Bank | September 1995
The main objective of the Country Synthesis of Postevaluation Findings (CSPF) is to examine and analyze the implementation and operational experience of Bank-financed projects/programs so that lessons learned from such experience can be distilled to improve future operations. The CSPF is based on a review of the findings of postevaluation reports prepared by the Post-Evaluation Office (PEO) for Bank-financed projects/programs in a developing member country (DMC) which include: Project Performance Audit Reports (PPARs), Impact Evaluation Studies, Country Special Studies, Reevaluation Studies and Technical Assistance Performance Audit Reports (TPARs).
CitationAsian Development Bank. 1995. Country synthesis of postevaluation findings in Papua New Guinea. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6076.
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