Successful Engagement with Civil Society Organizations
By Independent Evaluation at the Asian Development Bank
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Published: Jan. 18, 2013
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This synthesis focuses on lessons from successful engagement of civil society organizations (CSOs) in operations financed by the Asian Development Bank.
This synthesis focuses on lessons from successful engagement of civil society organizations (CSOs) in operations financed by the Asian Development Bank. The lessons were framed according to the various roles of CSOs and based on information extracted from project completion reports (self-evaluation) and independent evaluations.
Engagement of CSOs in ADB operations has been through different roles, including but not limited to (i) serving as partners in project implementation and/or operations, (ii) providing assistance to recipients of ADB support, (iii) acting as cofinancier, (iv) conducting monitoring and evaluation of ADB-assisted activities, and (v) participating in policy advocacy.
, asian development bank
, independent evaluation
, project monitoring
, civil society organizations
, community based organizations
, development projects
, nongovernment organizations
, policy advocacy
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