Country Synthesis of evaluation findings in Nepal
Asian Development Bank | March 2000
The 1999 Country Synthesis of Evaluation Findings provides a summary of postevaluation experience in Nepal. The Country Synthesis identifies key issues affecting implementation and operation of the Bank-financed projects so that lessons learned can be used to improve the design, implementation and operation of future development projects and programs. This report on Nepal follows a previous country synthesis prepared in December 1993 and includes the findings of nine projects that have been postevaluated since 1993. This Country Synthesis is based primarily on a review of the findings of various reports prepared by the Operations Evaluation Office (OEO). Because all of the postevaluated projects were approved prior to 1989, the 1999 Country Synthesis also draws upon the 19 project/program completion reports (PCRs) on recently completed projects and the report of the 1998 Country Portfolio Review Mission (CPRM) to identify more recent trends in project performance. The report covers the Bank’s operations in Nepal as of June 1999.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 2000. Country Synthesis of evaluation findings in Nepal. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6134.
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