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A Return to the World Bank Group

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A Return to the World Bank Group
A new year, a new beginning! A new year, a new beginning!

Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results

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Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results
IEG held a panel discussion about what can be done to further improve the quality and depth of World Bank Group citizen engagement efforts, as well as the factors determining their successful integration into lending instruments, country strategy preparation, and policy formulation. IEG held a panel discussion about what can be done to further improve the quality and depth of World Bank Group citizen engagement efforts, as well as the factors determining their successful integration into lending instruments, country strategy preparation, and policy formulation.

Carbon Markets for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction in a Warming World

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Carbon Markets for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction in a Warming World
This evaluation assesses the role and contributions of the World Bank Group in Carbon Finance (CF) in relation to the needs and priorities of its client countries, its potential comparative advantages, and draws lessons to inform the Bank Group's future strategic direction in CF.This evaluation assesses the role and contributions of the World Bank Group in Carbon Finance (CF) in relation to the needs and priorities of its client countries, its potential comparative advantages, and draws lessons to inform the Bank Group's future strategic direction in CF.

How the World Bank Group and other development partners can engage more effectively in middle-income countries: Insights from Mexico

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Insights from Mexico about World Bank Group Engagement in MICs
Five key insights from an IEG evaluation of World Bank Group support to Mexico as to how development partners can make the most impact in middle-income countries.Five key insights from an IEG evaluation of World Bank Group support to Mexico as to how development partners can make the most impact in middle-income countries.

An Independent Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Support to Mexico (2008–17)

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An Independent Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Support to Mexico
This evaluation assesses the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group’s country program in Mexico between 2008 and 2017.This evaluation assesses the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group’s country program in Mexico between 2008 and 2017.

The next frontier: Enhancing citizen engagement in World Bank Group projects

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Enhancing Citizen Engagement in World Bank Group Projects
Is the Bank Group delivering on its commitment to engage citizens in every project with identifiable beneficiaries?Is the Bank Group delivering on its commitment to engage citizens in every project with identifiable beneficiaries?

Conversations: What More Can the World Bank Group Do to Support Environmental Sustainability?

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What More Can the World Bank Group Do to Support Environmental Sustainability
Excerpts from a panel discussion about the how the Bank Group has mainstreamed and measured projects with potential environmental benefits.Excerpts from a panel discussion about the how the Bank Group has mainstreamed and measured projects with potential environmental benefits.

What does evaluation tell us about how to harness disruptive technologies for development?

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How to Harness Disruptive Technologies for Development
IEG has mined past evaluations for insights as to how the World Bank Group can ensure that disruptive technologies are harnessed in an inclusive way.IEG has mined past evaluations for insights as to how the World Bank Group can ensure that disruptive technologies are harnessed in an inclusive way.

Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results

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Engaging Citizens for Better Development Results
This evaluation assesses how effectively the World Bank Group has mainstreamed citizen engagement at the project, country, and corporate levels, and demonstrates how this process contributes to the achievement of development outcomes.This evaluation assesses how effectively the World Bank Group has mainstreamed citizen engagement at the project, country, and corporate levels, and demonstrates how this process contributes to the achievement of development outcomes.

IEG Review of Results and Performance of the World Bank Group 2018 With a Special Focus on Inclusive Growth (Concept Note)

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Results and Performance of the World Bank Group (RAP) is the annual review of what IEG evaluations (and validation work) reveal about the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group (WBG), which includes IBRD/IDA, IFC, and MIGA. The report synthesizes evidence from IEG evaluations, validations, and learning products complemented by relevant information from other sources (e.g., WBG Show MoreResults and Performance of the World Bank Group (RAP) is the annual review of what IEG evaluations (and validation work) reveal about the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group (WBG), which includes IBRD/IDA, IFC, and MIGA. The report synthesizes evidence from IEG evaluations, validations, and learning products complemented by relevant information from other sources (e.g., WBG corporate documents). RAP 2018 will be the ninth in a series that began in 2010 with the consolidation of separate annual reports that IEG prepared for the World Bank (IBRD/IDA), IFC, and MIGA, and it will be the sixth one since IEG adopted the approach of focusing one of the RAP chapters on a specific theme. Like recent RAPs, RAP 2018 will have three main chapters. The first chapter will be dedicated to the special theme for RAP 2018, Inclusive Growth. The second and core chapter will report on the results and performance of the most recent cohorts of WBG projects. The third chapter will be devoted to the Management Action Record (MAR) and review the degree to which Management’s action plans prepared in response to IEG’s recommendations from major thematic, corporate and sector evaluations have been implemented, with a specific look at recommendations that relate to inclusive growth.