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The Global Integrated Pest Management Facility: Addressing the Challenges of Globalization: An Independent Evaluation of the World Bank's Approach to Global Programs

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World Bank 2005 In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, any copyrighted material herein is distributed without profit or payment for non-profit research and educational purposes only.

Director-General, Operations Evaluation: Vinod Thomas Director: Ajay Chhibber Task Team Leader: Uma Lele/Chris Gerrard, World Bank Date: October 25, 2005. This case study assesses the value added by the Bank’s participation in the Global IPM Facility with a view to learning lessons for the Bank’s future involvement in global programs. This is not a programmatic evaluation of the Global IPM Facility, nor a substitute for a thorough external independent evaluation. Several studies using new survey data detailing the substantial health and ecological benefits of IPM have emerged that contend that IPM does not result in a loss in production. Yet the debate continues about the most costeffective and fiscally sustainable approach to extending knowledge about IPM practices to farmers.

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