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Title: Evaluation of Commission's aid delivery through Development Banks and EIB : Final report ; Volume I
Title (other): Evaluation of Commission's aid delivery through Development Banks and EIB : Final Report ; Volume IIa – Annexes 1 to 10
| Evaluation of Commission's aid delivery through Development Banks and EIB : Final report ; Volume IIb – Annexes 11
and 12 on Evaluation Methodology | Evaluation of Commission's aid delivery through Development Banks and EIB : Inventory
Note (final) | Evaluation of EC aid delivery through development banks and EIB | Evaluation of EC's aid delivery through
development banks and EIB : Ref. 1255 ; EVINFO | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the EC aid delivery through
development banks and EIB
Abstract
This evaluation commissioned by the European Commission aims at providing an overall independent assessment of its aid delivery through Development Banks and the EIB during the period 1999-2006. It concerns financial flows or “channelling” from the Commission to the aforementioned institutions and covers all geographical areas where such aid delivery took place, except for OECD countries and countries within the mandate of Directorate General Enlargement. It focuses on the funding provided by the Commission’s Directorate General for External Relations (DG RELEX), Directorate General for Development (DG DEV), and EuropeAid Co-operation Office (AIDCO) to the World Bank (WB) and the European Investment Bank (EIB).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS OF KEY TERMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. EVALUATION OBJECTIVES, SCOPE AND CONTEXT
1.1 EVALUATION OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE
1.2 OVERALL FRAMEWORK OF THE COOPERATION
1.3 INVENTORY OF FUNDS CHANNELLED
2. EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
2.1 EVALUATION PROCESS AND STRUCTURE
2.2 EVALUATION APPROACH AND INFORMATION SOURCES
2.2.1 A structured approach
2.2.2 Detailed description of the different building stones of the evaluation
2.3 CHALLENGES AND LIMITS
3. ANSWERS TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
3.1 EVALUATION QUESTION 1 ON THE RATIONALE BEHIND THE CHANNELLING
3.1.1 Decision-making process and guidance
3.1.2 The rationale behind the channelling
3.1.3 Reasons for the observed evolution in channelled aid
3.2 EVALUATION QUESTION 2 ON SCALING UP OF AID
3.2.1 Evolution of ODA and the link with channelling
3.2.2 Facilitation of disbursement by the Commission and to the beneficiaries
3.2.3 Leverage effects of the Commission’s financial contributions and presence
3.3 EVALUATION QUESTION 3 ON RESULTS/IMPACT
3.3.1 Coherence of objectives
3.3.2 Sustainable achievement of results
3.3.3 Availability of information
3.4 EVALUATION QUESTION 4 ON EXPERTISE
3.5 EVALUATION QUESTION 5 ON COST REDUCTION & IMPLEMENTATION
3.5.1 Delays and disbursement
3.5.2 Transaction costs
3.5.3 Procedures: FA and AA
3.6 EVALUATION QUESTION 6 ON VISIBILITY AND INFLUENCE
3.6.1 Evolution of and compliance with the visibility requirements
3.6.2 Effects of visibility actions on stakeholders’ awareness
3.6.3 The Commission’s involvement through its channelling
| 3.7 EVALUATION QUESTION 7 ON COORDINATION &COMPLEMENTARITY
3.7.1 Consultation with EU MS
3.7.2 Coordination of policy dialogue
3.7.3 Coverage of beneficiaries’ needs
4. OVERALL ASSESSMENT AND CONCLUSIONS
4.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
4.2 RATIONALE AND EVOLUTION OF AID DELIVERY THROUGH THE WB AND THE EIB
Conclusion 1: Increase in funding as intended
Conclusion 2: Strategic approach
Conclusion 3: Different use of WB and EIB
Conclusion 4: Coordination with EU MS
4.3 ADDED VALUE OF AID DELIVERY THROUGH THE WB AND THE EIB
Conclusion 5: Added value of the channelling through the WB and EIB
4.4 EFFECTIVENESS OF AID DELIVERY THROUGH THE WB AND THE EIB
Conclusion 6: Promotion of EU policies
Conclusion 7: Attainment of results
4.5 IMPLEMENTATION AND FOLLOW-UP OF AID ELIVERY THROUGH THE WB AND THE EIB
Conclusion 8: Commission’s organisational set-up
Conclusion 9: Framework Agreement
Conclusion 10: Delays and cost reduction
Conclusion 11: Single-donor WB TFs
Conclusion 12: Interaction Commission - WB
4.6 VISIBILITY
Conclusion 13: Visibility and awareness
4.7 CHANNELLING THROUGH THE EIB-WB-UN
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 STRATEGY AND FRAMEWORK
5.2 ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP AND INTERACTION
5.3 MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS
5.4 VISIBILITY
| Volume IIa
Annex 1 – Terms of Reference, Launch Note and approach for an extended desk phase
Annex 2 – Evaluation Questions, Judgement Criteria, Indicators and sources of Information
Annex 3 – Description Fiches for the selection of interventions Annex 4 – Data Collection Grid for the selection of interventions
Annex 5 – Study of the EC contribution to the HIPC Initiative
Annex 6 – Survey questionnaire
Annex 7 – Survey results
Annex 8 – Country missions’ debriefing presentations
Annex 9 – List of persons met
Annex 10 – Bibliography
Author (Corp. Body): Aide à la Décision Economique
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. 1255
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU countriesDevelopment bankDevelopment Aidevaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Investment BankEuropean Commission
financial assistanceWorld Bank
Subject: Economic aid and technical assistanceAid institutionsEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Reform of the European Investment Bank: How to Upgrade the EIB’s Role in Development
Abstract
In this briefing paper we evaluate the performance of the EIB in its external lending and policies in relation to developing economies including its response to the financial crisis. We recommend policy changes including greater absolute levels of lending to developing economies and greater risk taking to achieve “more with less”. We also recommend tailoring the mandate and lending criteria for developing countries including greater flexibility of lending criteria and standards, a crisis mandate, country level priority objectives linked to MDGs and greater blending of grants and lending. In order to support such changes the need for greater and specialist resources including staff and capital is discussed including the possibility of extending cooperation with other IFIs and the MTR feasibility study for a dedicated subsidiary. [European Parliament]
Author: Griffith-Jones, Prof. Stephany | Tyson, Judith
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Contributer: Columbia University
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 410.213 | EXPO/B/DEVE/2010/02
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Development financeBank lendingEuropean Investment Bank
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community institutionsFinancial institutions. Credit systems. Payment systems
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Title: European Investment Bank's External Mandate (2014-2020) : Initial Appraisal of the Commission's Impact Assessment
Abstract
This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the European Commission's Impact Assessment (IA) accompanying its proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on granting an EU guarantee to the European Investment Bank against losses under financing operations supporting investment projects outside the Union (COM (2013) 293), adopted by the Commission in May 2013. It analyses whether the principal criteria laid down in the Commission’s own Impact Assessment Guidelines, as well as additional factors identified by the Parliament in its Impact Assessment Handbook, appear to be met by the IA. It does not attempt to deal with the substance of the proposal. [Claudio Collovà]
Author: Collovà, Claudio
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 514.081
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: European Investment Bankfinancial assistancefinancial management
Subject: Economic aid and technical assistance
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Title: Mid-term evaluation of the Investment Facility and EIB own resources operations in ACP countries and the OCTs : Final
Report ; Volume I: Main Report
Title (other): Évaluation à mi-parcours des opérations de la Facilité d’investissement et sur ressources propres de la BEI dans
les pays ACP et les PTOM : Rapport final ; Volume I: Rapport principal | Mid-term evaluation of the Investment Facility
and EIB own resources operations in ACP countries and the OCTs : Final Report ; Volume II: Annexes | Fiche
Contradictoire : Mid-term evaluation of the Investment Facility and EIB own resources in ACP countries and OCTs
Abstract
This evaluation assesses the Investment Facility (IF) and EIB Own Resources (OR) operations in the African, Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) countries and the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) over the period 2003-2009, implemented respectively within the framework of the Cotonou Agreement and the Overseas Association Decision. It concerns a total of €4,105m approvals for EIB operations in the ACP countries and OCTs, of which 64% under the IF and 36% under EIB OR. This evaluation aims at providing an overall independent assessment of the relevance and performance of EIB operations in the ACP countries and OCTs and to draw out the key lessons learnt with a view to improving the current and future EIB operations in the ACP countries and OCTs.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 STRUCTURE OF THE FINAL REPORT
2. SUBJECT AND CONTEXT OF THE EVALUATION2.1 INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
2.2 INTERVENTION LOGIC
2.3 CONCISE OVERVIEW OF EIB OPERATIONS IN ACP COUNTRIES AND OCTS
3. METHODOLOGY
3.1 EVALUATION PROCESS
3.2 STRUCTURED EVALUATION APPROACH
3.3 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
4. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
4.1 EQ1 ON RELEVANCE AND COHERENCE
4.2 EQ2 ON ACCESS TO FINANCE
4.3 EQ3 ON CATALYTIC EFFECT
4.4 EQ4 ON FINANCIAL SECTOR AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
4.5 EQ5 ON ENTERPRISE PERFORMANCE
4.6 EQ6 ON PRODUCTIVE SECTOR GROWTH
4.7 EQ7 ON SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
4.8 EQ8 ON FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
4.9 EQ9 ON EFFICIENCY
4.10 EQ10 ON COORDINATION AND COMPLEMENTARITY
5. CONCLUSIONS
5.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
5.2 MANDATE
5.3 EFFECTIVENESS AND EIB VALUE-ADDED
5.4 CORDINATION
5.5 VISIBILITY
5.6 ORGANISATION AND RESOURCES
6. RECOMMENDATIONS
6.1 MANDATE
6.2 EFFECTIVENESS AND EIB VALUE-ADDED
6.3 COORDINATION
6.4 VISIBILITY
6.5 ORGANISATION AND RESOURCES
| VOLUME II – ANNEXES
ANNEXE 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEXE 2: LAUNCH NOTE (MAIN ELEMENTS)
ANNEXE 3: OVERVIEW OF EIB OPERATIONS IN ACP COUNTRIES AND OCTS
ANNEXE 4: LIST OF EIB OPERATIONS IN ACP COUNTRIES AND OCTS
ANNEXE 5: INTERVENTION LOGIC
ANNEXE 6: EVALUATION QUESTIONS, JUDGEMENT CRITERIA AND INDICATORS
ANNEXE 7: COVERAGE OF TERMS OF REFERENCE BY EVALUATION QUESTIONS
ANNEXE 8: EIB COORDINATION WITH THE COMMISSION AND OTHER DONORS IN THE ACP COUNTRIES
ANNEXE 9: OPERATION FICHESbr>ANNEXE 10: DATA COLLECTION GRID
ANNEXE 11: LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEXE 12: BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author (Corp. Body): ADE
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | EgeVal II | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | DRN | European Centre for Development Policy Manageme
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: African-Caribbean-Pacific countriesevaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Investment Bankfinancial assistance
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCaribbean. General ResourcesAfrica. General Resources
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