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The consortium composed by IDRA Research & Consulting (lead) and Institute of Economic Studies and Knowledge Transfer (member) has been awarded a contract from the World Bank/Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on “Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy for the project “Water Resources and Irrigation Project” (WRIP).

The Water Resources and Irrigation Project (WRIP) is implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Albania and assisted and financed through a loan from the World Bank

The project is in the 5th year of implementation and the main components are:

  • Dam and Irrigation and Drainage System Rehabilitation
  • Institutional Support for Irrigation and Drainage
  • Institutional Support for Integrated Water Resources Management
  • Implementation Support

The main objective of the consultancy is the assessment of the project outcomes and the operation of the institutions concerned and on that basis the likelihood of sustaining the project results. The consortium will also design and conduct a Beneficiary Survey with the scope of:

  • Validating the results
  • Measuring the changes as a result of project interventions
  • Assessing the perceived impact of the project investments from the perspective of project beneficiaries.

 

The final will identify/document lessons learned and provide recommendations that the project partners and stakeholders can use to improve the design and implementation of other related projects and programs.

The conclusion of this contract is foreseen to be on September 2018.

 

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The consortium composed by IDRA Research & Consulting (lead) and Institute of Economic Studies and Knowledge Transfer (member) has been awarded a contract from the World Bank/Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on “Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy for the project “Water Resources and Irrigation Project” (WRIP).

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