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: This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) examines the Secondary Teacher Training Project. An ADF loan of UA 1289 million (Loan Number CSIKJEDI82/3) was approved on 27 August 1982 and signed on 11 May: 1983. The loan was to finance the entire foreign exchange cost and 55.8 percent of the local cost of the project. GOK contributed a total of UA 4.928 million. The executing agency was Project Implementation Unit, attached to the MOE.
Abstract: This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) is concerned with the performance of the Mumias-Kakamega Road Project in Kakamega District in Kenya.
Abstract: The Kakuma-Lokichokio Road Project comprised the construction of a two-lane. Bitumen standard road (93 km). having a 6.0 m wide carriageway and 0.5 m wide shoulders, between Kakuma and Lokichokio in Turkana District, and the consultancy services for the supervision of the construction works.
Abstract: "From the time of independence in 1963 and up till the mid 7Os, the Kenyan economy enjoyed relatively good economic performance. But from the mid 7Os, the economy, along with most African economies, started to experience major economic difficulties. It was in response to these difficulties that the government launched in 1986, a .. growth-oriented structural adjustment programme, the contents of which are spelt out in the long-term planning document "Economic Management for Renewed Growth". The document had, among its goals, the restoration of economic growth, the enhancement of the capability of the government to mobilize domestic financial resources in order to meet increasing public xpenditures, and the diversification of the sources of revenue in order to reduce the dependence of the government on tax receipts from direct taxation. In terms of measurable indicators, the programme aimed at raising the proportion of revenue in GDP to 24 per cent over a number of years in order to permit expenditure to grow at an average rate of 5 per cent per annum from 1984/85 to 1999/2000. Government reliance on direct taxation was also to be drastically reduced over a number of years. The Policy Framework Paper which underpinned this document, called for technical assistance for the modernization of the tax system as a first step towards the realization of these goals."
Abstract: This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) reviews the South Nyanza Sugar Project. in Kenya for which a Bank loan (N°: CSIKJTRI77/006) of UA 5.00 million was approved on 18 August 1977. The project, which was formulated in the context of Kenya’s import substitution requirements, was aimed at the creation of a sugar production area of 11,650 ha together with a sugar mill to produce 60.000 tones of sugar per year. The Borrower was the Government of Kenya and the Executing Agencies were the Ministry of Works and the South Nyanza Sugar Company Ltd (SONY). Consultancy services were provided for the final design and supervision of road works (all of which were financed by ADB). Contract road works were awarded on a competitive basis to TM Construction of Kenya.
Kenya: Adduction d'Eau de N'Dia (6.2 MB)
Kenya: Homa BayRongo Road (3.6 MB)
Kenya: The Yala - Busia Road Project (2.7 MB)
Abstract: This post evaluation report deals with the Yala-Busia Road in the republic of Kenya. This project was financed by the Bank in 1971 for an amount of BUA 3.0 million out of total cost of BUA 5.13 million. ADB contribution consisted of 58.5 per cent of the Foreign exchange requirements while the GOK contributed the other local and foreign costs.
Kenya: The Two International Roads (3.4 MB)
Abstract: The two international roads, the subject of this post evaluation report (PER), consisted of the Athi River-Namanga Road and the Eldoret-Tororo (Malaba) Road in the Republic of Kenya. It was co-financed with USAID. ADB’s share was for an amount of BUA 2.3 million out of a total cost of BUA 8.2 million. The project was approved in 1967 and completed in 1971
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