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Mobilizing Technology for Development

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This evaluation assesses the preparedness of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation to help clients harness the opportunities and mitigate the risks posed by disruptive and transformative technologies. This evaluation assesses the preparedness of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation to help clients harness the opportunities and mitigate the risks posed by disruptive and transformative technologies.

World Bank Group Gender Strategy Mid-Term Review

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The gender strategy Mid-Term Review assesses how well the implementation of the gender strategy positions the World Bank Group to contribute to closing key gender gaps at the midpoint of the strategy’s eight-year cycle (FY16–23). The gender strategy Mid-Term Review assesses how well the implementation of the gender strategy positions the World Bank Group to contribute to closing key gender gaps at the midpoint of the strategy’s eight-year cycle (FY16–23).

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An Evaluation of World Bank Group Support to the Reform of State-Owned Enterprises, FY08-18
This is IEG’s first systematic assessment of World Bank Group’s support for the reform of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), looking at what works and the factors of success. It parallels Bank Group efforts to provide more integrated support to SOE reform in client countries and to empower staff with new tools. This is IEG’s first systematic assessment of World Bank Group’s support for the reform of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), looking at what works and the factors of success. It parallels Bank Group efforts to provide more integrated support to SOE reform in client countries and to empower staff with new tools.

The World Bank Group Outcome Orientation at the Country Level

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The World Bank Group Outcome Orientation at the Country Level
This learning-focused evaluation provides a new vision of how to strengthen the World Bank Group's outcome orientation in countries. This learning-focused evaluation provides a new vision of how to strengthen the World Bank Group's outcome orientation in countries.

Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s support for electricity supply from renewable energy resources, 2000–2017

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This evaluation assesses the performance of the World Bank Group (WBG) in its support to electricity production from renewable energy resources in client countries over the period 2000 to 2017.This evaluation assesses the performance of the World Bank Group (WBG) in its support to electricity production from renewable energy resources in client countries over the period 2000 to 2017.

The World’s Bank: An Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Global Convening

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The World’s Bank: An Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Global Convening
This first-of-its-kind evaluation assesses the scope and effectiveness of the World Bank Group’s convening on major global development challenges.This first-of-its-kind evaluation assesses the scope and effectiveness of the World Bank Group’s convening on major global development challenges.

Building Urban Resilience: An Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Evolving Experience (2007-2017)

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Building Urban Resilience: An Evaluation of the World Bank Group’s Evolving Experience
This evaluation examines the World Bank Group’s evolving experience in building resilience in urban areas during the period 2007–17. The focus of this evaluation is the World Bank Group’s support to clients in building urban resilience—to cope, recover, adapt and transform—in the face of shocks and chronic stresses.This evaluation examines the World Bank Group’s evolving experience in building resilience in urban areas during the period 2007–17. The focus of this evaluation is the World Bank Group’s support to clients in building urban resilience—to cope, recover, adapt and transform—in the face of shocks and chronic stresses.

World Bank Group Support in Situations Involving Conflict-Induced Displacement

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World Bank Group Support in Situations Involving Conflict-Induced Displacement
This evaluation assesses the World Bank Group’s approach and support to countries hosting forcibly displaced populations—refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs)—and provides evidence-based lessons to inform the Bank Group’s future role in this area. This evaluation assesses the World Bank Group’s approach and support to countries hosting forcibly displaced populations—refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs)—and provides evidence-based lessons to inform the Bank Group’s future role in this area.

Creating Markets to Leverage the Private Sector for Sustainable Development and Growth

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Creating Markets to Leverage the Private Sector for Sustainable Development and Growth
With a strong learning focus, this evaluation is intended to inform the implementation of IFC’s corporate strategy (IFC 3.0) and the contributing roles of the World Bank and MIGA to that strategyWith a strong learning focus, this evaluation is intended to inform the implementation of IFC’s corporate strategy (IFC 3.0) and the contributing roles of the World Bank and MIGA to that strategy

Two to Tango: An Evaluation of World Bank Group Support to Fostering Regional Integration

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Two to Tango: An Evaluation of World Bank Group Support to Fostering Regional Integration
This evaluation assesses the Bank Group’s effectiveness and comparative advantage in fostering regional integration during FY2003–17 and draws lessons that can be used to inform future regional integration operations.This evaluation assesses the Bank Group’s effectiveness and comparative advantage in fostering regional integration during FY2003–17 and draws lessons that can be used to inform future regional integration operations.