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25 Aug 2010
ADB and Japan are extending a $3 million grant to Bhutan to rebuild damaged schools using earthquake-resilient materials and designs which could potentially be replicated around the country.
12 Aug 2010
Leading government officials from South Asia and neighboring countries are meeting in Manila this week for a second round of high level talks on regional cooperation which will take stock of progress on work done to boost trade, and to develop cross-border road corridors and energy infrastructure.
31 Jul 2010
ADB remains a committed development partner of the Government of Bhutan, President Haruhiko Kuroda said at the conclusion of a 3-day visit to the country.
15 Jul 2010
ADB and the Government of Japan are supporting Bhutan's drive to improve farm roads and provide new livelihood opportunities in some of the poorest and most remote parts of the country.
15 Apr 2010
ADB has boosted its technical assistance to scale up projects that provide the region's poor with better access to modern and reliable sources of clean energy.
12 Apr 2010
A hydropower project supported by ADB and the governments of Austria and Japan that will enable Bhutan to export clean energy to India has been registered as the first cross-border initiative under the Clean Development Mechanism.
3 Mar 2010
Reducing visa restrictions and non-tariff barriers, and improving customs procedures, are among a host of steps South Asian countries can take to boost private sector-led growth, unlocking the region's vast economic potential, says a report prepared by ADB and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
4 Feb 2010
ADB and Government of United Kingdom are financing a study to help South Asia analyze the costs and benefits of climate change adaptation actions.
25 Jan 2010
Landlocked, mountainous Bhutan is getting support from ADB and Japan to counter the harmful impacts of climate change on its rivers - the lifeblood of the economy.
16 Nov 2009
Efforts by India, Nepal and Bangladesh to take advantage of the tourism potential of their rich natural and cultural attractions, including many of the world's major Buddhist sites, are getting support from the Asian Development Bank.