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Technological and Professional Skills Development Sector Project in Indonesia

Technological and Professional Skills Development Sector Project in Indonesia

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Performance Evaluation Report
Independent Evaluation Department
Reference Number: PPE: INO 2011-38Project Number: 31081Loan Number: 1792November 2011
Indonesia:Technological and Professional Skills DevelopmentSector Project
Currency Unit – Indonesian rupiah (Rp)
 At Appraisal At Project Completion At Project Evaluation
(August 2000) (December 2007) (May 2011)Rp1.00 = $0.000125 $0.000106 $0.000109$1.00 = Rp8,000 Rp9,405 Rp9,185
 ADB Asian Development BankBAN-PT Badan Akreditasi Nasional Perguruan Tinggi
(Board of National Accreditation for Higher Education)BAPPENAS Badan Perencanaan dan Pembangunan Nasional(National Development Planning Agency)CPMU central project management unitDGHE Directorate General of Higher EducationEIRR economic internal rate of returnHEI – higher education institutionHELTS Higher Education Long-Term StrategyIEM independent evaluation missionLTDPHE Long-Term Development Plan for Higher EducationMIS management information systemMONE Ministry of National EducationPCR project completion reportPPTA project preparatory technical assistanceSPMU subproject management unit
(i) The fiscal year (FY) of the Government of Indonesia and its agencies ends on31 December.(ii) In this report, "$" refers to US dollars.
Director General
H. Hettige, Officer-in-Charge, Independent Evaluation Department (IED)
Hettige, Independent Evaluation Division 2, IED
Team leader
Y. Hirosato, Principal Evaluation Specialist, IED
Team members
O. Nuestro, Evaluation Officer, IEDE. Li-Mancenido, Associate Evaluation Analyst, IED
Independent Evaluation Department,
 In preparing any evaluation report, or by making any designation of or reference to a particularterritory or geographic area in this document, the Independent Evaluation Department does notintend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.
Key Words
adb, asian development bank, capacity development, engineering, higher education,Indonesia, monitoring and evaluation, performance evaluation, technological and professionalskills, staff development, student equity scheme
BASIC DATA iEXECUTIVE SUMMARY iiiI. INTRODUCTION 1A. Evaluation Purpose and Process 1B. Expected Results 2II. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION 2A. Formulation 2B. Rationale 3C. Cost, Financing, and Executing Arrangements 3D. Procurement, Construction, and Scheduling 4E. Design Changes 4F. Outputs and Outcomes 4G. Consultants 8H. Loan Covenants 8I. Policy Framework 8III. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT 8IV. OTHER ASSESSMENTS 16A. Impact on Institutions and Policy 16B. Socioeconomic Impact 17C. Environmental Impact 17D. Asian Development Bank Performance 17E. Borrower and Executing Agency Performance 18V. LESSONS DRAWN 18The guidelines formally adopted by the Independent Evaluation Department on avoiding conflictof interest in its independent evaluations were observed in the preparation of this report. H.Abrillo and A. Rahman were the consultants. To the knowledge of the management of theIndependent Evaluation Department, there were no conflicts of interest of the personspreparing, reviewing, or approving this report.

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