What Works What Doesn’t & Why: Insights from Evaluation
Evaluation Capacity Development
Organized byAsian Development Bank
What Works, What Doesn’t and Why: Insights from Evaluation will discuss multilateral banks support for agriculture, natural resources, and rural development. ADB's Independent Evaluation Department IED has recently produced a report on ADB support for agriculture, natural resources, and rural development. The panel discussion with center around ADB’s experience in supporting the sector, outstanding issues, and areas for improvement to enhance ADB’s and other multilateral development banks effectiveness in supporting the sector.
Speaker, Presenter, or Instructor
Veronique N. Salze-Lozac'h
Independent Evaluation at ADB
Deputy Director General
Véronique is an economist with a political science background, and has worked on foreign direct investments, inclusive growth, private sector development, and policy reforms in Africa and Asia. Prior to joining ADB, Veronique was Senior Director of Economic Development at Asia Foundation.
About Asian Development Bank
ADB is a regional development bank. Headquartered in Manila, Philippines ADB maintains 31 field offices around the world to promote social and economic development and assists its members, and partners, by providing loans, technical assistance.