(GB) (Co-author and final editing of) "Cofinancing between the Netherlands and
the World Bank, 1975-1996", Evaluation Report, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Policy
and Operations Evaluation Department, IOB, 2 vols.; vol.1: Summary Evaluation Report,
40pp.; vol. 2: Main Report, 485 pp. (The Hague, 1999). IOB is an independent unit within
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, responsible for the evaluation of the Ministry's policies
and operations. Cofinancing between the Netherlands and the World Bank amounted to about $
2.5 billion (1975-96), over forty percent of which was evaluated (in 19 countries).
Countries and projects covered include Ghana, Pakistan and Uganda (Country Case Studies);
Bolivia, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, India, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Senegal,
Tanzania, Togo and Zambia (programme aid in support of economic reforms); and Bangladesh,
Egypt, India, Mali, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Zimbabwe (project aid). The evaluation
excercise (1995-99) was directed and co-ordinated by Fred van der Kraaij and Lucien Bäck.
The Pakistan Country Case Study is presented in
vol. 2, Chapter 4 (pp. 57-67) and Chapter 10 (pp. 225-243).
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