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climate finance sources)National M&E system strengthened – reliable data availableAirport’s intake capacity increased and functionality improvedSME with improved access to financial services, skills and technology and less tax pressureFiscal consolidation, efficient public investment management and service delivery improvedIncreased public investment through PPP and private sectorIncreased availability of arable land and waterGreater leverage, improved coordination with Government and Technical and Financial Partners, strategic positioningPolicy framework for water resources management approved and implementedClimate finance sources identifiedIncreased level of population access to an affordable and sustainable electricity supply
65AnnexesAn IDEV Country Strategy EvaluationDirect impactIndirect impactEnergy sources increased, improved and diversifiedReliable, secure and quality transport services (intermodal system)Private sector competitiveness, entrepreneurship and SME skills developmentGreater domestic accountability and public transparency and increased domestic resourcesSustainable agricultural production increasedWater management improved, including reduction of vulnerability to climate changeEquitable access (age, gender, inter-islands)Job creationGreater leverage, improved coordination with Government and Technical and Financial Partners, strategic positioningEnvironmental and social impacts mitigated; benefits maximizedKey Gender data generated and GE mainstreamedPromoting inclusive and green growth
66Cabo Verde: Evaluation of the Bank’s Country Strategy and Program 2008–2017 – Summary ReportTable B.3:Rating Scale and Criteria Score 1234Rating/criteria to be taken into consideration Highly UnsatisfactoryUnsatisfactorySatisfactoryHighly SatisfactoryRelevancePortfolio/project alignment with government prioritiesConsultation with beneficiaries during design and results evaluationPortfolio/project alignment with AfDB’s corporate strategiesSelectivity of areas of intervention and consistency throughout the evaluation period (for strategic level)Clarity and realism of program/project internal logic or quality of risk assessmentComplementarity between sectors, use of mix lending and non-lending products, including ESW and policy dialogueVery poor designLimited or non-existent alignmentPoor selectivity and complementarity across the portfolio/programPoor designLimited/ flawed alignmentMixed selectivity and complementarity across the portfolio/programFairly solid and appropriate designSignificant alignmentMixed selectivity and complementarity across the portfolio/programVery solid and highly appropriate designTotal alignmentVery good selectivity and complementarity across the portfolio/programEffectivenessLevel of achievement of outputs as set in the strategy and individual interventions Level of achievement of outcomes as set in the strategy and individual interventions.

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