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Impacts in detail
Forest development in Vietnam
The projects involved the reforestation and sustainable management of state-owned areas of forest containing local species used for long-term timber trees. The goal was to restore ecologically degraded areas, including their key ecological role, while also improving living conditions of the local population.
Power transmission and rural electrification in Cambodia
The construction of power lines and rural electrification were part of reconstruction processes in Cambodia after the first democratic elections. The goal was firstly to improve the transmission of power from Takeo to the capital city of Phnom Penh and secondly to bring electricity to selected rural areas.
The multi-phase project supported smallholders in the regions to the east/south-east of Mount Kenya in the transition from rain-dependent farming to irrigated agriculture. In addition to increasing agricultural production, the main goal was to improve the living conditions of rural households.
Heterogeneous results in the infrastructure sectors
In addition to the most frequently awarded overall ratings of 2, 3 and 4, on rare occasions particularly successful projects are awarded a rating of 1, while projects that are overwhelmingly disappointing can be rated as 5.