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20 Jan 2006
A US$2 million grant from ADB's Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, financed by the Government of Japan, will help improve the health status of the tsunami-affected population in Aceh, Indonesia.
19 Jan 2006
The Government of Viet Nam and ADB today signed an agreement for a $6 million technical assistance loan to help design and plan the Noi Bai-Lao Cai segment of a transport corridor connecting Kunming in Yunnan Province, the People's Republic of China, to Haiphong port near Hanoi in Viet Nam.
17 Jan 2006
The Department for International Development, in collaboration with the World Bank and ADB, today announces details of a conference to be held on 6-7 March 2006 in London to focus attention on building new forms of partnership to eradicate poverty in Asia.
16 Dec 2005
Around 250,000 rural residents in Uzbekistan will have access to safe drinking water and sanitation through a project to rehabilitate dilapidated infrastructure in two provinces, backed by a US$25 million ADB loan.
15 Dec 2005
ADB will help restore infrastructure and livelihoods in the two Pakistan provinces that suffered worst damage and destruction from the devastating earthquake of 8 October through an assistance package totaling US$300 million.
15 Dec 2005
Two ADB loans totaling US$60 million will help improve the urban environment for about 1.4 million people living in the city of Rawalpindi in Punjab, Pakistan.
12 Dec 2005
ADB will help enhance the quality of life in urban areas around a highly polluted river basin in Henan, the People's Republic of China (PRC), through a $100 million loan for wastewater and water quality improvement.
28 Nov 2005
ADB, in partnership with the World Health Organization, will help three Mekong countries contain the spread of emerging diseases, including avian influenza, at the local level, improve care of communicable diseases among vulnerable populations, and strengthen regional coordination.
21 Nov 2005
ADB will help boost regional trade and cooperation in Central Asia through a US$29.5 million loan that will help rehabilitate a critical part of the road linking Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, to the Kyrgyz Republic.
19 Nov 2005
ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda has announced that ADB will provide about US$1 billion in concessional support for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of earthquake-hit Pakistan.