Projects Performance Evaluation Report
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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: The present Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) evaluates the Faculty of Health Sciences and Community Health project in the Central African Republic. The goal of the project implemented in two phases was to improve the health services of the country; the specific objective was to install a theoretical and practical health personnel training capacity through the building and equipment of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Bangui Community Hospital. This project has benefited from two loans: the first (CS/ECA/ED/77/4), of UA 5.34 million in 1977, and the second (CS/RCAIS/83/i0) of UA 4.85 million in 1983. The Government contributed UA 0.40 million and UA 0.81 million respectively
Abstract: This project performance audit report (PPAR) assesses the, Project for Strengthening Intermediate Health Facilities in Madagascar, the goal tile project was to contribute to improving the health status of the country, and more specifically, to provide high quality health services to the rural population through the strengthening and upgrading of health facilities The project was part of implementation of the Malagasy government’s national primary health programme which consisted in rehabilitating the 1,098 primary health centers constructed during the five years preceding the project appraisal, and in equipping the intermediate health facilities of rural surgical hospitals and simple rural hospitals which bridge the peripheral and provincial levels of the country’s health system the executing agency of the project was the "Pharmacie centrale d’approvisionnement" (PCA) (Central Medical Store) of the Ministry of Health.
Abstract: The present abridged project performance audit report (PPAR) is a post-evaluation of the Mbale Hospital,Rehabilitation project in Uganda. The project was in keeping with the Uganda Government’s 1996-1989’Investment Programme, whose main objective was to meet the urgent demand of the population for health services which had seriously deteriorated during the civil war. The project was identified by the Government itself. In 1986, the ADF carried out only one mission, to prepare and appraise the project. In March 1987, the Fund approved a loan of UA 3.52 million for its financing. The total project cost amounted to UA 3.90 million. The,loan agreement signed in June 1987, became effective in December 1987. The project was completed in December 1992
Abstract: This Abbreviated Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) reviews the Francistown New Hospital Project of the Government of the Republic of Botswana for which an ADB loan equivalent to UA 17.96 million was approved in September 1983. Other funds were provided by the Government (UA 6.98 million) and by means of a French grant (UA 6.00 million) bringing the planned total project cost to an equivalent of UA 30.94 million.
Abstract: The Rural Health Centers Project was identified in August 1980 and was prepared and appraised for ADF funding during September/October 1981 The planned sector goal was to improve the health status of the concerned target populations.
Abstract: This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) reviews the Health Services Development Project in Swaziland for which an ADS loan (AbB/SNZ/H/84/012) of BUA 5.13 million and an NTF loan (ADB/SWZ/H/841011) of BUA 5.00 million were approved in January 1984. Other funds amounting to the equivalent of BUA 3.52 million were provided by the Government of Swaziland, bringing the total financing to a sum equivalent to BUA 13.65 million.
Abstract: This Interim Programme Performance Audit Report (PPAR) reviews the on-going Health Services Development Programme of the Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho (GOL) for which six ADF Loans embracing five projects and one study and totalling an equivalent of FUA 42.43 million (UA 39.08 million) were approved between 1976 and 1992 (Table 2.2). Other funds were provided by the GOL and, in the case of the Rural Health Services Project (RHSP) III, by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Abstract: The subject of this report relates to the Training of Health Personnel Project in Botswana, which was financed by the African Development Fund for a loan of FUA 4.5 million approved in October 1975. This represented the first ADF loan to Botswana and its first intervention in the health sector since its inception.
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