By World Bank
For the realm financial institution and its companions, the ever present attempt is to convey results-to elevate humans out of poverty and advertise socially and environmentally sustainable improvement. reaching such good fortune in any one kingdom is more and more intertwined with making development on shared worldwide demanding situations. The 2008 Annual evaluation of improvement Effectiveness, an self sufficient review, offers proof at the Bank's efforts in vital and attached components: monitoring results of financial institution tasks and kingdom courses; and development in fostering international public items, comparable to retaining the earth's weather and fighting the unfold of harmful communicable ailments.
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This is illustrated with one type of development impact in Mozambique, where Bank-supported water and sanitation projects built 130 water source points, bringing drinking water to 62,000 people. And in Cambodia, a Bank-financed project brought clean water to 750,000 people in Phnom Penh. In the energy sector, a Bank electrification project in the Lao 10 People’s Democratic Republic provided main-power-grid electricity to 51,000 households in 721 rural villages, while another 6,000 households gained access to off-grid electricity through solar and hydro systems.
The Bank is proposing to strengthen monitoring under IDA15 by tracking the quality of the project development objectives at design and the adequacy of baselines during implementation (World Bank 2007b). 1: M&E Findings and Recommendations in Recent IEG Evaluations IEG’s evaluation of the World Bank’s project-based and World Bank Institute training (IEG 2008d) found that Bank projects and the World Bank Institute both report on outputs (the number of people trained, the number of training days, participant satisfaction with training), but seldom on outcomes (changes in workplace behavior, institutional capacity development).
Poor design was a key factor in low M&E quality ratings. Some projects had weak results frameworks where the project outcomes were poorly defined and/or the link among the project outcomes, that is, the project development objectives, intermediate outcomes, and the project outputs was not clear. 2: M&E Is Rated Modest or Lower in Two-Thirds of ICR Reviews Substantial 32% (78 projects) Modest 50% (121 projects) High 2% (6 projects) Negligible 15% (37 projects) Source: IEG. 22 systems, where the monitoring indicators lacked baselines and targets and not enough attention was given to implementation.
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