Bangladesh: Projects and Results
Latest Project Results and Case Studies
Women in Charge of Urban Growth in BangladeshEmpowered women are taking the lead in bringing much needed urban improvements in pourashavas, or secondary towns, in Bangladesh.
Testing Front Line Solutions to Climate Disasters in BangladeshAfter two devastating cyclones in three years, Bangladesh is building climate resilient homes, improving water quality and shifting to clean energy to counter climate related disasters.
Transforming Poor Communities, Changing Lives in BangladeshA pioneering ADB project has transformed lives in Bangladesh by building infrastructure, improving health and education services, and empowering local businesses and residents - especially women.
Improved Teaching Methods Help Secondary Students in Bangladesh Learn BetterBangladesh is reforming its secondary education sector by focusing on teacher training, improving student's learning output, and promoting a positive classroom environment.
Urban Health Project Reaches Out to Dhaka’s PoorA maternity clinic run under a public-private partnership provides a model for delivering primary health care to the urban poor in Bangladesh.
Transforming Bangladesh Primary EducationNew teaching methods, increased student participation, and reward schemes for parents are helping Bangladesh modernize its vast primary education sector.
Empowering Women in Bangladesh, Nepal, and the PhilippinesThree women share how their lives have been changed as beneficiaries of and contributors to the success of development projects aimed at the most vulnerable in society.
Bangladesh: Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project II (RIIP-II) - 2011Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project II (RIIP-II) aims to contribute to poverty reduction by expanding the economic opportunities of the rural poor in Bangladesh.
Water and Irrigation Management in BangladeshThe Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) has taken a bold step forward to initiate a new approach which, if successfully implemented, could be replicated in other major irrigation systems.
Bangladesh Flooding and Disaster ManagementThe floods and Cyclone Sidr of 2007 impacted the lives of some 25 million people. But an extensive rehabilitation and reconstruction program helped them to recover and resume their normal economic and social activities.
- Southwest Area Integrated Water Resources Planning and Management
- South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation Road Connectivity Project
- Establishing a Regulatory Framework for Urban Water Supply and Sanitation
- Second Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (Sector) Project
- Irrigation Management Improvement Investment Program