Projects Performance Evaluation Report
Zimbabwe: Rural Roads I Project (675 KB)
Abstract: This Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) is concerned with the performance of the Rural Roads Project I in Zimbabwe
Abstract: Le présent Rapport d’évaluation de performance de programme (REPP) examine le Programme d’incitation des exportations du Nigeria (Prêt N° B/NGR/ESP/89/9) au titre duquel un prêt BAD de 180 millions d’UC avait été approuvé le 26 juin 1987. L’Emprunteur était le Gouvernement de la République fédérale du Nigeria et l’Organe d’exécution, la Banque nigériane d’import-export
Niger: Secondary Roads Project (169 KB)
Abstract: This report is the intermediate performance evaluation report (PPER) on the secondary roads project in Niger, implemented in two successive phases, each of which received a separate Bank loan. The UA 2.3 million ADF loan for financing the first phase was approved on 25 August 1983 and became effective 17 months later on 3 July 1985. The UA 4.6 million ADF loan to finance the second phase was approved on 18 June 1986 and became effective within the projected timeframe on 25 June 1987.
Abstract: This Programme Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) reviews the Mozambique Economic Rehabilitation Programmes I & II, which covered the periods 1987-1990 and 1991-1993 respectively. An ADF loan (Loan No. F/MOZ/ECRP/88/13) was approved under the first programme in April 1988 and another (Loan No. F/MOZ/ECO-SRP/92/22) under the second programme in October 1992. In both cases, the Borrower was the Government of Mozambique and the Executing Agency was the Ministry of Finance. Both programmes were multi-donor supported under the leadership of the World Bank. The first programme was the Bank Group’s first involvement in policy-based lending in Mozambique
Kenya: Rural Health Project (3.5 MB)
Abstract: This intermediate Project Performance audit report (PPAR) examines the Rural Health Project, for which an .ADF loan of UA 7.828 million (Loan number CS/K/H85/8) was approved 20 November, 1985 and signed on 27 January, 1986. The Project was co-financed with OPEC. The ADF loan was to finance 73.3 percent of the foreign exchange cost and 58.0 .per cent of the local cost of the project while OPEC loan, which amounted to UA 3.20 million, was to finance the remaining foreign exchange cost and 26.5 percent of the local cost. GOK had to provide UA 1.01 million for the rest of the local cost. The executing agency was Project Implementation Unit, attached to the MOH,
Abstract: This Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) concerns the Education System Restructuring and Expansion Programme for which the Bank granted an ADF loan of UA 10.22 million on 19 October 1989.
Abstract: This Programme Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) reviews Malawi’s Industry and Trade Adjustment Programme (Loan N°. F/MLW/SAL/-IND/TRA/89/17) for which an ADF loan of UA 13.6 million was approved on December 1988, and the Entrepreneurship and Capital Market Adjustment Programme (Loan N°. F/MLW/ECMAP/92/22) for which an ADF loan of UA 9.2 million was approved in October 1991. The programmes were co-financed with other donors for a total of US$220.5 million and US$310.8 respectively. The Borrower was GOM, the Executing Agency was RBM and the Co-ordinating Agency was the MOF.