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Sara village, Papua New Guinea - July 2015: Native people stand near their house on beautiful sunny day and look to photocamera at Sara village in Papua New Guinea. Photo: Michal Knitl/ShutterStock

The World Bank Group in Papua New Guinea, 2008-23

This evaluation assesses the relevance and effectiveness of the World Bank Group’s support to Papua New Guinea during Fiscal Years 2008-23.
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🎧 Reaching women and girls trapped in violence and conflict

🎧 Reaching women and girls trapped in violence and conflict

Listen on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, or Google Podcasts Women and girls living in countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence face multiple barriers that marginalize them from economic life and put them…
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Leveraging Imagery Data in Evaluations

This paper explores the potential of imagery data in evaluations and presents various data types and methodologies demonstrating their advantages and limitations
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Assessing International Development Association’s support for jobs

A new evaluation finds that the jobs strategy of the International Development Association (IDA) has had a positive effect on employment in low-income countries and offers recommendations for how its interventions could…
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Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale au Maroc : apprendre et s’adapter pour avoir un impact

Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale au Maroc : apprendre et s’adapter pour avoir un impact

Cet événement rassemble hauts responsables gouvernementaux, des représentants de la Banque mondiale et autres experts afin de discuter des conclusions d'une évaluation indépendante récemment publiée sur le soutien de la…
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The World Bank Group in Morocco: Learning and Adapting for Impact

This event brings together senior government officials, World Bank representatives, and other experts to discuss the findings from a recently published independent evaluation of the World Bank’s support to the Kingdom…
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Addressing gender inequalities in countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence

Addressing gender inequalities in countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence

A recent evaluation by the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) finds that achieving relevant, deep, impactful, and sustainable change to advance gender equality in fragile environments requires a comprehensive country…
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How can the World Bank help address institutional capacity development needs in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Institutions shape how countries foster poverty reduction, support sustainable growth, and respond during crises. A recent Evaluation Insight Note reviews existing evidence to understand how the World Bank can help…
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The importance of monitoring and evaluation for World Bank project performance in eight graphs

This is the second of a series of blogs presenting some of the key findings from the 2023 Results and Performance of the World Bank Group (RAP) report, the latest annual review of the World Bank Group’s development…
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Evaluating for People and the Planet

The annual report looks back at the past fiscal year and summarizes IEG work, including through first-hand accounts from staff, on the range of validations and evaluations, on informing major World Bank strategies and…
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