Development Effectiveness Review 2018
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Summary

The 2018 Development Effectiveness Review (DER) is a comprehensive report on the performance of the Caribbean Development Bank’s (CDB’s) operations in relation to the Results Monitoring Framework (RMF) of its 2015-2019 Strategic Plan. The four-level RMF is the central performance tool that allows CDB to translate its mandate and Strategic Plan into concrete actions and targets as well as tangible development outputs and outcomes.

The Report assesses the development trends, progress, and challenges across the Caribbean and, in particular, CDB’s Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) and looks at how CDB operations have contributed to their national, regional, and global development goals and commitments, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It also focuses on how efficiently and effectively CDB manages its operations.

 

 

Table of contents

ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION  
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 
CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK’S STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 

LEVEL 1:   CARIBBEAN PROGRESS TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND OUTCOMES

LEVEL 2: CDB’S CONTRIBUTION TO DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES 

LEVEL 3: HOW WELL CDB MANAGES ITS OPERATIONS 

LEVEL 4: HOW EFFICIENT CDB IS AS AN ORGANISATION 

ACHIEVEMENTS AND THE WAY FORWARD 

APPENDICES

ANNEXES

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