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Water Evaluation IEG

Water Evaluation IEG

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Faced with mounting shortages of water, a worsening trend in water pollution and growing damages from climate change, the international community must find additional ways to support countries in managing their water resources. IEG's report on Water and Development: An Evaluation of World Bank's Support (1997-2007) examines the World Bank’s support for water-related activities and draws implications for what ought to be done.
Faced with mounting shortages of water, a worsening trend in water pollution and growing damages from climate change, the international community must find additional ways to support countries in managing their water resources. IEG's report on Water and Development: An Evaluation of World Bank's Support (1997-2007) examines the World Bank’s support for water-related activities and draws implications for what ought to be done.

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AN EVALUATION OF WORLD BANK SUPPORT, 1997–2007
Volume 1
 Water and Development 
   I   E   G    S   t  u   d  y   S  e  r   i  e  s
 
 The World Bank Group
WORKING FOR A WORLD FREEOF POVERTY
T
he World Bank Group consists o fve institutions—the International Bank or Reconstruction and De-velopment (IBRD), the International Finance Corporation(IFC), the International Development Association (IDA),the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA),and the International Centre or the Settlement o Invest-ment Disputes (ICSID). Its mission is to fght poverty orlasting results and to help people help themselves andtheir environment by providing resources, sharing knowl-edge, building capacity, and orging partnerships in thepublic and private sectors.
 The Independent Evaluation Group
IMPROVING DEVELOPMENT RESULTSTHROUGH EXCELLENCE IN EVALUATION
T
he Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) is an indepen-dent, three-part unit within the World Bank Group.IEG-World Bank is charged with evaluating the activitieso the IBRD (The World Bank) and IDA, IEG-IFC ocuses onassessment o IFC’s work toward private sector develop-ment, and IEG-MIGA evaluates the contributions o MIGAguarantee projects and services. IEG reports directly to theBank’s Board o Directors through the Director-General,Evaluation. The goals o evaluation are to learn rom experience, toprovide an objective basis or assessing the results o theBank Group’s work, and to provide accountability in theachievement o its objectives. It also improves Bank Groupwork by identiying and disseminating the lessons learnedrom experience and by raming recommendations drawnrom evaluation fndings.
 
2010 The World Bank Washington, D.C.
AN EVALUATION OF WORLD BANK SUPPORT, 1997–2007
Water and Development
Volume 1

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