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Development partners agreed to strengthen inter-agency cooperation and harmonization in order to scaleup and enhance the effectiveness of HIV and AIDS prevention in future infrastructure interventions. To achieve this, development partners jointly developed a set of practice guidelines that can provide some standardization of effective program elements
This report reviews and updates the Pre-Investment Study for the GMS East-West Economic Corridor conducted in 2001. It consolidates the interests and concerns of stakeholders into a revised and updated strategy and action plan to provide a vision and framework, improve coordination, and assist in mobilizing resources for EWEC development.
Consultations in the GMS North-South Economic Corridor (NSEC) countries were started in the last quarter of 2007 to initiate a holistic approach to the development of NSEC. The strategy and action plan for tThe North-South Economic Corridor (NSEC) is the product of these and subsequent consultations with government officials, representatives of the private sector, and other stakeholders in these countries.
A series of consultations in countries in the Southern Economic Corridor of the GMS were conducted from the third quarter of 2008 to initiate a holistic approach to the development of SEC. The strategy and action plan for SEC is the product of these and subsequent consultations with government officials, representatives of the private sector, and other stakeholders in these countries.
This strategic framework develops a practical approach to railway integration in the Greater Mekong Subregion, provides GMS countries with an initial framework for achieving integration and interoperability, identifies priority initiatives, builds a platform for further dialogue and discussion between and among GMS countries, and provides a context for evaluating future projects.
This paper reviews the history of high-income Asia and the People's Republic of China's (PRC) emergence in the region's agrofood markets.
This document summarizes the outcome of the tenth meeting of the GMS Working Group on Human Resource Development, Social Development Subgroup, held in Vientiane, Lao PDR, on 24-25 November 2009.
This book synthesizes the output of the consultative process undertaken by the Asian Development Bank's technical assistance to develop a GMS energy strategy, and proposes concrete actions for a cleaner, brighter energy future for the subregion.
This report examines the impact on the local people of an important infrastructure project in northwest Lao People's Democratic Republic-the upgrade of Route 3, which forms part of the Northern Economic Corridor linking Thailand with the People's Republic of China.
This publication summarizes the outcomes of the Seventh Meeting of the Planning Working Group (PWG-7), 8th Meeting of the Focal Group (FG-8), and 8th Meeting of the RPTCC (RPTCC-8) held in Luang Prabang, Lao People's Democratic Republic on 25-27 November 2009.