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by Catherine Gwin

Author: Catherine Gwin
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank Publications (March 30, 2007)
Pages: 150 pages
Category: Perfomance
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This evaluation, which assesses World Bank support for regional development programs over .

This evaluation, which assesses World Bank support for regional development programs over fiscal years 1995-2005, finds that a majority of the programs evaluated have been or appear likely to be effective in achieving most of their development objectives. Even stronger results could be achieved if support for regional programs were better developed as an international aid practice.

World bank independent evaluation group This evaluation, which assesses World Bank support for regional.

World bank independent evaluation group. The Development Potential of Regional Programs. 6 The Bank’s Performance in Support of Regional Programs 41 Bank Performance on Factors of Program Effectiveness. This evaluation, which assesses World Bank support for regional development programs over fiscal years 1995–2005, finds that a majority of the programs evaluated have been or appear likely to be effective in achieving most of their development objectives. Even stronger results could be achieved if support for regional.

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This evaluation assesses how effectively the World Bank has supported development data production . Data and evidence are the foundation of development policy and effective program implementation, and countries need data to formulate policy and evaluate progress

Data and evidence are the foundation of development policy and effective program implementation, and countries need data to formulate policy and evaluate progress. At the global level, the World Bank has a strong reputation in development data and has been highly effective in data production. It comes at a time of increasing interest in regional development programs, supported by recent theoretical work on regional public goods and regional trading arrangements, and calls from groups in the international development community for the Bank to provide more support for multi-country programs (both global and regional).

This evaluation, which assesses World Bank support for regional development programs over .

This evaluation assesses the Bank Group’s effectiveness and comparative advantage in fostering regional integration during FY2003–17 and draws lessons that can be used to inform future regional integration operations.

This evaluation assesses the Bank Group’s effectiveness and comparative advantage in fostering regional integration during FY2003–17 and draws lessons that can be used to inform future regional integration operations

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World Bank, Catherine Gwin. This evaluation seeks to provide guidance on when it is desirable for the Bank to support activities on a regional level, and assesses the effectiveness of both regional programs and the Bank's role in supporting them.

The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) is an independent unit within the World Bank Group charged with objectively evaluating the activities of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and International Development Association.

Potential of Regional Programs : An Evaluation of World Bank Support of Multicountry Operations.

The Development Potential of Regional Programs : An Evaluation of World Bank Support of Multicountry Operations.

The need to promote increased trade, prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, and ensure adequate water resources are some of the development challenges generating interest in increased regional and sub-regional cooperation. This evaluation seeks to provide guidance on when it is desirable for the Bank to support activities on a regional level, and assesses the effectiveness of both regional programs and the Bank's role in supporting them. It comes at a time of increasing interest in regional development programs, supported by recent theoretical work on regional public goods and regional trading arrangements, and calls from groups in the international development community for the Bank to provide more support for multi-country programs (both global and regional).