The report, authored by the World Bank Group's Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), evaluates the Bank Group's development program in Indonesia from 1999 to 2006.
The Country Assistance Evaluation, authored by the World Bank Group's Independant Evaluation Group (IEG), evaluates the Bank Group's program in Indonesia against four objectives: restoration of growth and investment; improving governance and building institutions; poverty reduction and social service delivery; and disaster and natural resource management. The publication covers a period of time during which the country experienced seismic economic and political transitions. The Bank Group's role also changed during this time as it tried to restore its credibility and the effectiveness of its program by adopting a lower profile and focusing on poverty reduction through community development and anti-corruption efforts.
The Country Impact Review evaluates the effectiveness of the International Finance Corporation's (IFC) strategic approach and operations in Indonesia over the period 1990-2006.
The Country Assistance Evaluation considers the World Bank Group assistance program in Indonesia during the period 1999-2006.