Rapport d’achèvement de projet/programme



Togo - Institutional Capacity Building Support Project (PARCI) - Project Completion Report (PCR)

The fifteen years of Togo’s socio-political crisis deeply affected the very foundations of its development on several fronts. To remove the institutional and structural constraints and foster the resumption of international financial cooperation, the Government’s programme focused on: (i) resumption of policy dialogue and improved security environment; (ii) public finance stabilisation and financial sector reorganisation; (iii) resumption of structural and sector reforms; and (iv) promotion of good governance and capacity building. In this context, the challenges to be met in building the...

São Tomé & Príncipe - Poverty Reduction Project (PRP) - Project Completion Report (PCR)

The Poverty Reduction Project was approved on 4 December 1997 by the ADF Board of Directors which awarded a loan of UA 1.48 million and a grant of UA 0.40 million. The related agreements were signed on 28 May 1998 and became effective only on 28 May 2000. The project, which was the second financed in the social sector by the Bank, (after the education support project in 1992), was in keeping with the strategy for the mitigation of the negative impacts of structural adjustment projects on the populations especially affected by the economic liberalization measures. The project objective was to...

Burkina Faso - Health Services Strengthening Project - Project Completion Report

This project is the result of a study financed by the African Development Bank Group following a request by the Burkina Faso Government. In 1999, the health status of the Burkinabe population was characterized by high mortality rates and low availability of health services, especially in the three health regions in the country’s west.

Benin - Education Project III - Project Completion Report (PCR)

The Borrower prepared this project to meet the development challenges, in particular weak human resource training and qualifications, as well as the high illiteracy rate, especially of the female population. These two challenges slow down economic development.

Benin - Agoua, Monts Kouffe and Wari-Maro Forestry Management Project (PAMF) - Project Completion Report

In order to avoid strong anthropogenic and animal pressure on the 46 forest stands that make up the 1,303,043 ha of forest reserves, the Government of Benin sought joint financial assistance from ADB/ABEDA to implement the Agoua, Monts Kouffé and Wari- Maro Forestry Management Project (PAMF). Despite the project’s complexity and the delay in the start of its activities, it achieved most of its objectives with an overall implementation rate of about 84%; moreover, several physical activities did better than planned.

Benin - Project for the Promotion of Women’s Economic Activities in Oueme Department - Project Completion Report

The Project for the Promotion of Women’s Economic Activities in Oueme Department (PAEFO) was approved in December 1996. It was financed by the Bank Group (with an ADF loan) and the Beninese Government. The ADF loan agreements were signed in February 1997. The project is part of the planned support to reforms intended to revive the economy of the country through the rehabilitation of infrastructure and the development of productive activities. The general objective of PAEFO was to increase the participation of women in the socio-economic development of the country. Its specific objectives...

Format for Projet Completion Report

State the major characteristics of project implementation with reference to: adherence to schedules, quality of construction or other work, performance of consultants, effectiveness of Bank supervision, and effectiveness of Borrower oversight. Assess how well the Bank and the Borrower ensured compliance with safeguards.

Burundi - Completion Point Document under the Enhanced HIPC Initiative - Completion Report

On January 29, 2009, Burundi became the 20th regional member country (RMC) to reach completion point under the enhanced HIPC Initiative. As a result, the Boards of Directors of the IMF and the World Bank approved a HIPC debt relief of US$ 832.6 million in end-2004 NPV terms for Burundi which includes US$ 150.2 million debt relief from the Bank Group. The document presents the justification for Burundi reaching its completion point and seeks Boards’ approval for the Bank Group’s portion of the debt relief to be provided to Burundi.

Mozambique - Poverty Reduction Support Loan (PRSL I) - Project Completion Report

The Government of Mozambique (GoM) has embarked upon a series of substantial economic and governance reforms to consolidate economic growth and poverty reduction achieved since the mid 1990s. To support these efforts, the African Development Bank Group has provided General Budget Support (GBS) loans to Mozambique. To date, three such operations have been approved amounting to UA 139,000 million (US$ 219,655 million).

Malawi - Rural Income Enhancement Project (RIEP) - Project Completion Report

Le projet avait trois composantes et neuf sous-composantes. Les principales composantes sont indiquées ci-après : (A). Développement agricole, (B). Infrastructure rurale, et (C) Gestion et coordination du projet. La composante Développement agricole comptait cinq sous-composantes, à savoir i) formation et fourniture de services e vulgarisation ; ii) multiplication des semences ; iii) conservation du sol et de l’eau ; iv) développement de l’élevage, et v) petits périmètres d’irrigation. La composante Infrastructure comprenait deux sous-composantes, à savoir vi) amélioration de l’alimentation...

Djibouti - Social Fund Development Project - Project Completion Report

The Social Fund for Development Project (SFDP) was approved in June 1998. It was financed with an ADF loan of UA 6.52 million and the Government of Djibouti’s contribution of UA 1.73 million. The project was a follow-up to the 1996 Round Table; it sought to consolidate the 1994 Peace Agreements by reducing the adverse effects of the war and the socio-economic crisis that prevailed in the country from 1990 to 1996. The overall objective of the Social Fund for Development Project was to support the Government’s efforts to significantly reduce poverty, and its specific objectives were to: (i)...

Senegal - Poverty Reduction Project - Completion Report

The Poverty Reduction Project (PLCP) was approved in June 1999. It was cofinanced by the Bank Group, with an ADF loan and a TAF grant, the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) and the Senegalese Government. The ADF Loan and TAF Grant Agreements were signed in August 1999 and the initial and supplementary NDF loans signed in 1999 and 2004. The project was a follow-up to the Project to Support Women’s Advancement Groups (PAGPF) approved by the Bank Group in 1991 and completed in 1999, and was aimed at consolidating the achievements of the PAGPF in the framework of the implementation of the Government’...

Eritrea - National Livestock Development Project - Project Completion Report

The sector goal was to contribute to the national demand in livestock products and thus to enhanced national food security. The project objective was to increase livestock production and productivity and, therefore, contribute to increased incomes of livestock producers.

Malawi - Poverty Reduction Project - Completion Report

The project’s primary objective as set in the appraisal report was to reduce poverty in urban and rural Malawi within the context of the Poverty Alleviation Program (PAP) which was the guiding development strategy of GoM between 1995 and 2001. The specific objectives were to: (i) strengthen poverty monitoring systems, (ii) increase decentralized funding resources, (iii) build district and community-level capacity, and (iv) support micro-finance operations, in seven districts over five years.

Cameroon - Road Improvement in the West Littoral and South Provinces Project Completion - Completion Report

Cameroon is a Central African country located between Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of Congo and the Gulf of Guinea. It has an area of 475 442 km² and a population of about 16 380 000 inhabitants (2005). The most densely populated provinces (over 100 inhabitants per km²) are the West, Littoral and North-west provinces. On the other hand, the Adamoua, East and South provinces are very sparsely populated (less than 15 inhabitants per km²). The project – subject of this report – focuses on a road improvement programme in the West, Littoral and South...

Tanzania - Poverty Reduction Support Loan II - Completion Report

Tanzania embarked on a program of macroeconomic reforms in the 1990s. The ADF joined the Government efforts in this regard when it approved its Structural Adjustment Loan (SAL). in November 1997.This was followed SAL II in 2001 and a Poverty Reduction Support Loan (PRSL I) in 2004. PRSL II was appraised in February 2006. The principal objective of PRSL II was to support Government efforts to promote strong and sustainable growth during fiscal year 2006/07. Analysis of performance of this program indicates that there were positive results in most areas covered by PRSL II. The program was...

Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programme II (PAC II) - Completion Report

Competitiveness Support Programme II (PAC II) was in keeping with the continuity of the Bank’s operations aimed at supporting the efforts of the Tunisian authorities concerning their strategy for the reform of the Tunisian economy with a view to its integration into the Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Zone further to the signing of the Association Agreement with the European Union (AAEU). PAC II was a follow-up to PAC I, whose overall objective was to consolidate the bases for a competitive economy and allow sustainable growth of the Tunisian economy by making capital allocation more effective...

Tunisia - Competitiveness Support Programme I (PAC I) - Completion Report

Since the end of the 1980s, Tunisia has been implementing an economic reform process that has allowed it to achieve sustained economic growth, restore its internal and external balances, and pursue the opening of its economy. Despite these encouraging results, Tunisia faced two major challenge: (i) achieving higher levels of economic growth that could reduce unemployment, which remained high at about 15% of the working population; (ii) creating conditions that would foster Tunisia’s entry into the Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Zone, following the signing of the Association Agreement with the...

Rwanda - Emergency Agricultural Production Recovery Project - Project Completion Report

he Emergency Agricultural Production Project (PRAUPA) was selected as part of the rebuilding of socio-economic fabric much of which was destroyed during the 1994 genocide. This tragic event had a highly negative impact on the agricultural sector (losses in food production estimated at 75% of the productive potential). Negotiations with the Bank resulted in the identification of a project, entitled PRAUPA, for the rehabilitation of irrigation facilities and the revitalization of rice production in Rwanda.

Ghana - Second Poverty Reduction Support Loan (PRSL II) - Completion Report

The Second Poverty Reduction Support Loan (PRSL II) programme, with an amount of UA 44.0 million, was aimed at assisting the Government of Ghana (GoG) to implement its Poverty Reduction Strategy for the period 2005-2007. The PRSL II was the Bank’s second direct budget support loan to GOG.