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Brazil - First Programmatic Development Policy Loan for Sustainable Environmental Management Project (anglais)

Ratings for the First Programmatic Development Policy Loan (DPL) for Sustainable Environmental Management Project for Brazil were as follows: outcome was unsatisfactory; risk to development outcome was moderate; Bank performance was unsatisfactory; and Borrower performance was moderately unsatisfactory. Some lessons learned included: certain aspects of the World Bank's policies and guidance on development policy lending should be clarified. Particularly for DPLs focused on reforms in a sector - rather than on macro-economic stability - the impacts of the actions supported can often not be adequately perceived within the short timeframe of the loan, making monitoring and evaluation of outcomes difficult. Back-loading of reforms in a DPL programmatic series can increase the risk of later loans in the series being canceled without full realization of the objectives of the series. In future, when attempting to support reforms in state-owned banks like National Bank for Economic and Social Development (of Brazil) (BNDES) that finance both public and private-sector investments, it will be important to take a one World Bank Group approach. The level of government targeted by DPL reforms should be consistent with the outcomes intended and the client country's institutional structure.


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    Rapport d'évaluation rétrospective

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    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

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    Brazil - First Programmatic Development Policy Loan for Sustainable Environmental Management Project

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