Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS May 25, 2020
Disclosed by Bank May 19, 2020
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According to the bank's website, "The proposed cluster knowledge and support technical assistance (C-KSTA) will support a strategic mix of evaluations over the medium term. IED [Independent Evaluation Department] draws on resources from both its annual administrative budget and knowledge and support technical assistance (KSTA) resources to deliver its work program of evaluations and knowledge work. By combining these resources, IED can plan and deliver timely, relevant, and high-quality evaluations and knowledge activities. This C- KSTA for 2020-2024 follows an earlier cluster TA approved for IED in 2016 to support corporate, thematic, country, and sector evaluations and validations and related knowledge and outreach activities. Like the first one, this proposed cluster TA will support the delivery of a mix of evaluations and validations, including some complementary knowledge and outreach activities.
The C KSTA will be divided into three subprojects. Subproject 1 will support the delivery of evaluations to be mobilized in 2020 and completed through 2022, as set out in the IED Work Program 2021-2022. Subproject 2 is structured along the same lines and will support the delivery of evaluations in 2022 2023, based on the next three-year work program for 2022 2023. Subproject 3 will support the delivery of evaluations in 2023 2024, based on the work program cycle for 2023 2024."
Responsible ADB Officer Graham, Benjamin M.
Responsible ADB Department Independent Evaluation Department
Responsible ADB Division Office of the Director General, IED
Asian Development Bank
6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550, Philippines
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