Annual Review of Evaluation Activities in 2002
Asian Development Bank | May 2002
The aims of all evaluation activities of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB’s) Operations Evaluation Department (OED) are to provide accountability for use of resources, derive lessons for future operations, and recommend follow-up actions for sustaining the benefits of assisted activities. Projects, programs, and technical assistance (TA) are selected independently by OED for performance audits three years after completion. Thematic evaluation studies provide a broader assessment of development effectiveness. This review is the twentyfifth in the annual series prepared by OED. It is based on 48 evaluation reports, an increase of almost 50% over 2001, and other activities in 2002.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 2002. Annual Review of Evaluation Activities in 2002. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6202.
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