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5 Jun 2013
Sustainable food production and consumption can help conserve the environment while meeting the needs of Asia's growing population.
17 Apr 2013
A hydropower energy project in Central Viet Nam has disrupted the lives of an isolated ethnic minority, but offers better health care and educational opportunities for a bright future.
17 Apr 2013
While the Song Bung 4 Hydropower project disrupted the lifestyle of the Co Tu ethnic group in central Viet Nam, it also became an opportunity for its members, especially women and children, to gain better education, health care, and improve their income opportunities.
27 Mar 2013
Three women share how their lives have been changed as beneficiaries of and contributors to the success of development projects aimed at the most vulnerable in society.
8 Mar 2013
A community-based early childhood development project has helped improve women's and children's health in rural communities of the Kyrgyz Republic.
3 Dec 2012
Principal economist Myo Thant of ADB’s Office of Regional Economic Integration talks about the impact of HIV/AIDS on Myanmar’s economy.
29 Nov 2012
An innovative ADB project in Afghanistan introduces safe sex practices in a culturally sensitive manner.
29 Nov 2012
ADB supports the fight against HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific by helping members respond to the epidemic affecting millions in the region.
19 Nov 2012
Waste management and sanitation remains a problem in developing Asia, where millions still suffer from the fact that most towns and cities use open dumps and only about 10% of solid waste ends up in properly engineered and managed landfill sites. Here's a by the numbers look at how wastewater management measures up in Asia and the Pacific.
16 Oct 2012
On World Food Day, ADB.org talks to Prof. Julian Cribb, author of 'The Coming Famine: The Global Food Crisis and What We Can Do to Avoid It,' who shares about the need to reduce waste and excessive food demand in Asia.