By World Bank Independent Evaluation Group
The AROE sequence keeps to bolster its specialise in effects, tracking, and review. the most recent 2006 version updates the consequences of handling for leads to international financial institution operations, assesses if tracking and assessment practices supply employees with details that is helping them deal with for effects, and appears at IEG's personal effectiveness. Its concepts handle how one can make tracking and assessment greater and influential instruments.
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1 for an example). ation (IDA) countries Frameworks with than in International baselines and targets Bank for Reconstruction and Development could act as an early (IBRD) countries. Over- warning system for all, about one-quarter projects. (24 percent) of the CASs reviewed have strong (level 3) and another 44 percent have moderate results chains (level 2). 2). Countries with stronger results chains have CAS outcomes and milestones that are better formulated. One factor that may contribute to this difference is that IDA countries have experience working The effectiveness of with Poverty Reduction results frameworks Strategies (PRSs), where remains in doubt.
At the country level, 25 CAS results frameworks prepared during fiscal 2005–06 were reviewed in preparation for this AROE to assess their quality and usefulness as a tool to manage Bank country programs. 1 for an example). ation (IDA) countries Frameworks with than in International baselines and targets Bank for Reconstruction and Development could act as an early (IBRD) countries. Over- warning system for all, about one-quarter projects. (24 percent) of the CASs reviewed have strong (level 3) and another 44 percent have moderate results chains (level 2).
A Rapid Results Approach, for example, calls for the formation of multistakeholder teams to agree on and achieve critical outcomes within a short (usually 100day) period. This approach has led to a Some project teams have significant increase in begun using selfthe use of a Voluntary evaluation to improve Counseling and Testing Center in Eritrea. In an performance during Agricultural Technology implementation. Project in Nicaragua, a Rapid Results Approach led to a tripling in the production of high-grade milk over a short period in one municipality (with the approach replicated in others) and to the jump-starting of a program to promote agricultural productivity in another; this latter result was accomplished by the signing of 180 contracts between farmers and technical service providers within 100 days.