The provision of a Technical Assistance Cluster (C-TA) for Developing Impact Evaluation Methodologies, Approaches, and Capacities in Selected Developing Member Countries (DMCs) in an aggregate amount not exceeding $4.5 million equivalent aims to improve the development effectiveness of ADB-designed projects responsive to the development needs of DMCs. The outcome will be that impact evaluation is mainstreamed in ADB operations, thus, resulting in well-designed and -monitored projects in ADB DMCs. The C-TA will comprise three subprojects, with each subproject covering 5 impact evaluation studies, for a total of 15 studies distributed over the five ADB regional departments.
The impact will be improved development effectiveness of ADB-designed projects responsive to the development needs of the DMCs.
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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