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Latest News Releases
6 Dec 2013
ADB Board Approves $500 Million Loan As Its First Phase of Support to Help Philippines Rebuild after Typhoon Yolanda
ADB today approved a $500 million emergency loan announced in the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda to help the Government of the Philippines cover immediate costs associated with rebuilding areas affected by the super storm.
3 Dec 2013
The ASEAN Infrastructure Fund Ltd. has commenced lending operations with a $25 million loan to fund power links in Indonesia, becoming a new source of funding for the development of priority infrastructure projects in the region.
29 Nov 2013
ADB, the Government of the United Kingdom (UK), and the Rockefeller Foundation are teaming up to help Asia's fast growing secondary cities protect their urban poor from the ravages of climate change.
26 Nov 2013
ADB has completed its first mission to areas in the Philippines hardest hit by Typhoon Yolanda, conducting rapid assessments in Leyte, Samar, central and northern Roxas, and north, central and southern Cebu that will help form the basis of ADB’s role in government-led reconstruction plans.
25 Nov 2013
Emerging East Asia countries should use the window of opportunity opened by the delay in US monetary policy normalization to strengthen their economies and financial systems, the latest quarterly Asia Bond Monitor from ADB urges.
15 Nov 2013
ADB President Takehiko Nakao met Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III today to discuss avenues of using $523 million in ADB assistance to provide immediate relief and help reconstruct the country after Typhoon Yolanda.
15 Nov 2013
Legal responses to cross border threats from climate change, pollution, deforestation and the illegal trade in wildlife and timber are at the top of the agenda at a meeting of Chief Justices from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Bangkok, Thailand.
13 Nov 2013
ADB Extends $23 Million for Immediate Relief and $500 Million for Reconstructing Typhoon-ravaged Areas of the Philippines
ADB will provide $23 million in grants to the Philippines to address immediate needs, and stands ready to provide a $500 million emergency loan to help reconstruct communities devastated by Typhoon Yolanda, also known internationally as Typhoon Haiyan.
11 Nov 2013
ADB President Takehiko Nakao has offered his deepest condolences to the Government and people of the Philippines for the tragic loss of lives and property caused by typhoon Yolanda, also known internationally as typhoon Haiyan.
28 Oct 2013
A $1.8 million technical assistancefrom ADB and Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction will help local government units better manage three critical watersheds in the Philippines, reducing economic losses due to floods and landslides and improving the resilience of communities vulnerable to climate change.