Water for All
In the Spotlight
In Nanjing, People's Republic of China, a $240-million project improved the water quality of the Qinhuai River, dredging the water way of sludge, constructing sewage pipelines and pumping stations, and transforming flood-prone villages into scenic wetlands.
This annual report presents the performance for 2015 against the annual work program and the cumulative performance to date, measured against the Facility’s revised design and monitoring framework. More progress report
The Country Water Assessment evaluates the balance between reliable and available water supplies and future demands for sustainable economic development in Indonesia.
A $123.3 million loan for a new water tunnel will help modernize Manila’s water supply, reducing the risk of shortages as demand for water rises in tandem with the city’s booming population.
About Water for All
Water, like many of the world’s precious resources, is threatened by misuse, overuse, and pollution. In Asia and the Pacific, many countries are in a water crisis, and their expanding populations have increasing demands for water.
"Water for All" is ADB's vision for the Asia and Pacific region. ADB works to increase investments for better water services in cities and rural communities and careful management of water resources.