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Implementation & Evaluation


Creating the project assets (physical structures, institutional systems) efficiently and effectively in order to yield a sustainable flow of benefits. Before implementation of the project activities, an assessment will be needed as to whether pre-conditions for implementation have been met; whether the schedule is realistic; whether all necessary mechanisms for disbursement are in place; and whether the agents responsible for implementation are well-prepared and performing satisfactorily.


Financing Agreement; project implementation plan; detailed designs and tender documents; monitoring systems and indicators (see Part III).


Dialogue with stakeholders and those administratively responsible; project start-up workshop; project execution; mid-term review, project supervision. A mid-term review can be particularly useful to help reformulate projects to take account of changes and the standard format for terms of reference for an evaluation study, given in Part III, Chapter 15, could be modified for use for a mid–term review.


Project executed as far as possible according to plan; drafting of further plans to ensure that project assets can be operated successfully to maintain a sustainable flow of benefits.

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