2005 Annual Report on Operations Evaluation (World Bank by Janardan Prasad Singh

By Janardan Prasad Singh

The '2005 Annual document on Operation review' examines using info through global financial institution managers to enhance improvement effects and increase the effectiveness of the financial institution on the kingdom point. It means that higher consciousness is required to degree and deal with improvement effects on the kingdom point. this may require strengthening international locations' functionality size ability. The financial institution is making development in strengthening the implications concentration of its tracking and overview, yet extra recognition is required to enhance functionality dimension and monitoring growth.

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IEG’s Response to 2004 AROE Recommendations The 2004 AROE included two recommendations for IEG: Recommendation 1: Strengthen attention to results-oriented M&E in IEG by requiring evaluations at the country, sector, and project levels to address systematically the three criteria for results-oriented M&E, and increase the weight that IEG ratings give to the extent of resultsoriented M&E and managing for results in Bank programs. The three criteria for assessing results-oriented M&E are the results framework, the design of M&E, and the implementation of M&E.

An earlier review of IDA indicators found that only a small number have a wellestablished source of data (World Bank 2004d). 3 At the other end of the spectrum, there are no trend data for other indicators. In between, data for a sizable number of indicators come from surveys that do not provide a consistent supply of data. In the short term, progress is needed to strengthen the data sources necessary to track progress on the IDA14 outcome indicators. For the long term, country capacity building, discussed in Chapter 2, will be required.

6). Source: World Bank documentation. An M&E readiness assessment and action plan should be made part of the CAS preparation process. The government and the Bank will be jointly accountable for results. Bank managers are becoming increasingly focused on managing for results, yet external pressure for the Bank to report on its results would most likely lead to increasing emphasis on accountability for results. While Bank managers will continue to be accountable for managing resources and delivering quality products to the country, the government and the Bank will be jointly accountable for outcomes.

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