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5 Jun 2012
Countries in the Asia and Pacific Region, home to some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, need to work together to “scale up and replicate” actions to sustain natural capital and enhance human welfare
9 May 2012
With rising populations, increasing food prices and environmental concerns, Asia’s agricultural sector faces a raft of challenges.
4 May 2012
Asia’s poor spend up to 70% of their income on food, while the rising middle class place even greater demand on food and water sources. How can the region ensure everyone has enough to eat?
4 Apr 2012
A $55 million loan to Cambodia will restore roads and irrigation infrastructure destroyed by devastating floods in 2011.
4 Apr 2012
An ADB-supported project in Lao PDR helps some of the country’s most vulnerable women get the most out of their animals—and empowers women in the process.
29 Mar 2012
Irrigation expert Tushaar Shah, a Senior Fellow at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), introduces conjunctive management as an opportunity for increasing irrigation efficiency in India which may be one of the country’s best response to some of the major challenges in the irrigation sector.
29 Mar 2012
An agribusiness support initiative has enabled fruit growers to get international quality certification, providing access to lucrative new markets and boosting incomes for farmers.
27 Mar 2012
The 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 to have a profound impact on food security, water use efficiency and sustainable growth.
19 Mar 2012
Self-help groups help rural Nepali women lease land and grow high value vegetables when rice fields are fallow. Now families can earn income between rice seasons.
27 Feb 2012
A project in Cambodia is helping some of the country's poorest women and families put food on the table, and is building better emergency response systems.