Inspectie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking en Beleidsevaluatie

Working with the World Bank. Evaluation of Dutch World Bank policies and funding (2000-2011)

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This report presents the findings of an assessment
of the Dutch engagement with the World
Bank over the period 2000–2011. The evaluation
has been conducted by the Policy and Operations
Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Netherlands
Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The focus of the study
is on the two main targets of Dutch financing for
the World Bank Group: the International
Development Association (IDA) and the trust
funds at the Bank and IFC that were supported by
the Netherlands.

The main message of the report is that changes
and improvements in World Bank policies and
operations have made it a more relevant and
effective partner for Dutch development
cooperation, and that most of the Dutch funding
via the Bank was well spent. However, specific
weaknesses in World Bank policies and operations
persist and need to be taken into account in
future work with and funding for the World Bank.
In order to make more effective use of the Bank’s
capacity and expertise, Dutch World Bank
policies and trust fund support would benefit
from a sharper focus and a clearer strategy for
overall engagement.


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