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Success Rates Education

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Operations Evaluation Department
SuccessRates
Successful Projects in the Education Sector2002–2005Successful Projects in the Education Sector2002–2005
 
Basic Skills
Rationale:
In shiting rom emergency relie and rehabilitation tosustained development, the Government o Cambodiadrated a national development plan in 1994 restoringphysical and human inrastructure lost during Cambodia’speriod o instability and conict. To assist broader educationand training strategies, ADB supported the ormulation o acomprehensive education and training sector strategy andinvestment planning process.
Expected Outcomes:
 The project aimed todevelop basic skills training or physical inrastructuredevelopment, a growing service industry, and basic healthservice delivery;equip groups o disadvantaged and displaced people withbasic income generating skills; andestablish planning and management capacities withingovernment or technical and health sta training.
Accomplishments:
With only 1,200 students registered in ormal training programs beore the project, by 2002,2,800 students were enrolled in diploma and degree programs, and an additional 3,000in ormal and nonormal programs. By 2004, enrollment in high-level technical programsreached 3,900 with an additional 6,350 trainees in provincial training centers. Technicaland vocational education and training opportunities in rural areas grew with enrollmentincreasing 8.5 times over the past decade. By 2004, the Ministry o Labor and Vocational Training was managing 38 training institutions.
Details:
www.adb.org/Documents/PPARs/CAM/ppar-cam-27411.pd 
Number:
Loan 1368-CAM
Approval:
30 August 1995
Efectivity:
20 November 1995
Closure:
14 February 2003
Disbursements:
$16,194,000
Evaluated:
2005
Performance:
Successful
 
Higher Education
Rationale:
During the early 1990s, there was imbalanced developmentand unsatised regional demand or qualied humanresources in engineering, science, and technology. Theseactors demonstrated the need to ocus on the less-developed parts o Indonesia through upgrading o itsregional universities.
Expected Outcome:
 The project aimed to improve the quality and efciency o Indonesia’s higher education system in selected regionalpublic and private universities and institutions
Accomplishments:
During 1994–2003, the number o graduates increasedat an average annual rate o 5.9% or the sample projectpublic institutions, close to the rate o 7.1% or their privatecounterparts. The graduation rate or students who enrolled4 years earlier in the sample public institutions during the project period was almost 100%,compared with 73% or their private counterparts. Average employment rates o graduatesrom the sample project public institutions grew rom 56% to 65%, and 50% to 58% orprivate universities.
Details:
www.adb.org/Documents/PPARs/INO/ppar-ino-24333.pd 
Number:
Loan 1253-INO
Approval:
21 September 1993
Efectivity:
29 April 1994
Closure:
15 January 2001
Disbursements:
$102,584,000
Evaluated:
2005
Performance:
Successful

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