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17 May 2013
ADB launches a program to help Bangladesh farmers protect their precarious livelihoods.
17 May 2013
Natural disasters, such as storms, floods and drought, could derail the region's economic growth and poverty reduction efforts unless measures are put in place to reduce disaster risk, strengthen community resiliency, and improve preparedness.
20 May 2013
ADB works in water, investing over $2 billion annually to provide people in Asia and the Pacific with sustainable access to clean water and improved sanitation.
16 May 2013
Large investments are needed to secure cheap, clean and sustainable energy to power the fast-rising economies of developing Asia, and for the region's poor to access safe, clean and affordable modern energy. Here are 12 things to know about energy investments in the Asia-Pacific region.
16 May 2013
Large-scale infrastructure investment is making the Colombo Port accessible to a new generation of cargo vessels, helping the island nation realize its regional trade aspirations.
10 May 2013
Cash transfers are not a magic bullet, but they are an effective means of directly assisting the poorest and most vulnerable members of a society.
14 May 2013
Rehabilitated roads in landlocked Tajikistan boost trade at home and with other Central Asian nations and the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
9 May 2013
Rural farm workers who might otherwise have joined Nepal’s wave of urbanization band together to raise incomes, by double cropping and branding their produce.
8 May 2013
Author, cartoonist and painter Aabid Surti champions water conservation by fixing leaks in Mumbai’s poor households, one tap at a time.
29 Apr 2013
In remote Assam State, in northeastern India, irregular and inadequate power supply has held back even low-tech primary industries, such as silk. Finally, that is starting to change.