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by Catherine Gwin

Free eBook Capacity Building in Africa: An OED Evaluation of World Bank Support (Independent Evaluation Group Studies) download ISBN: 0821362410
Author: Catherine Gwin
Publisher: World Bank Publications (June 23, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 112
Category: Work and perfomance
Subcategory: Economics
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This evaluation assesses the relevance and effectiveness of Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa .

This evaluation assesses the relevance and effectiveness of Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa, over the past 10 years. These findings underscore the importance of approaching capacity building in Africa as a core objective, and ensuring that Bank capacity building support is country-owned, results oriented, and evidence-based.

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This evaluation assesses Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa over these past 10 years

This evaluation assesses Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa over these past 10 years. Published June 23rd 2005 by World Bank Publications (first published June 2005).

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World bank operations evaluation department. Capacity Building in Africa. An OED Evaluation of World Bank Support. 5 2 Assessing Support for Capacity Building in the Public Sector 5 Capacity building not a well-defined practice 7 Key features of capacity building 8 Bank capacity building support to Africa 9 Evaluation approach. 13 3 Relevance: Making Capacity Building a Goal 13 Aligning support with country priorities and needs 16 Designing interventions to meet needs and demands for change 18 Monitoring, evaluating, and using the lessons of experience.

Capacity Building in Africa book Published June 23rd 2005 by World Bank Group.

Capacity Building in Africa book. This evaluation assesses Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa over these past 10 years. Published June 23rd 2005 by World Bank Group.

Washington, DC: Independent Evaluation Group, the World Bank Group. Cover: Children in Ethiopia, beneficiaries of the Productive Safety Net Program supported by the World Bank as well as a consortium of several other donors. The program provides work opportunities to create local infra-structure and cash transfers to food-insecure households. Photo courtesy of Jennie I. Litvack. ISBN-13: 978-1-60244-183-5 ISBN-10: 1-60244-183-9. Printed on Recycled Paper. Independent Evaluation Group Strategy, Communication, and Learning E-mail: iegdbank.

Capacity Building in Africa: An OED Evaluation of World Bank Support. Operations Evaluation Dept. The new World Banksponsored and funded Training and Visit system of agricultural extension represents a major attempt by the Bank to promote institutional development. The very considerable investment has in fact resulted in little change or improvement in the quality of extension. The reasons lie in failure to analyse the cause of the weakness of the previous extension systems, inherent defects.

African countries need to improve the performance of their public sectors if they are going to achieve their goals of growth, poverty reduction, and the provision of better services for their citizens. Between 1995 and 2004, the Bank provided some $9 billion in lending and close to $900 million in grants and administrative budget to support public sector capacity building in Africa. This evaluation assesses Bank support for public sector capacity building in Africa over these past 10 years. It is based on six country studies, assessments of country strategies and operations across the Region, and review of the work of the World Bank Institute, the Institutional Development Fund, and the Bank-supported African Capacity Building Foundation.