The outcome for the Road Sector Investment Program Support Project for Zambia was satisfactory, the sustainability was likely, the institutional development impact was substantial, and the Bank and borrower performance were both satisfactory. Lessons learned from the project: Monitoring and Evaluation System should be emphasized early in the project. Output Indicators should be realistic. Reform process should be consultative, and transparent. CTI and intermediate means of transport (IMT) programs should be synchronized, simple and focused complete with baseline information on poverty and accessibility. Bank task teams should be consistent with their comments on Borrower’s design works to avoid delays in starting and/or completing works.
The World Bank
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