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|7 Aug 2013||
This publication documents the current assessment and strategic investment priorities for the urban development and water sector in Myanmar. It highlights sector performance, priority development constraints, plans and strategies, past ADB support and experience, support of other development partners, and future ADB support strategy. The document assesses the key development needs of...
|14 Jul 2013||
A Story Within a Story Проекты АБР по водоснабжению и санитарии помогают решать гендерные вопросы в данной сфере, главным образом за счет привлечения женщин к участию в разработке и мониторинге проектов, а также за счет сокращения времени, которое женщины вынуждены тратить на обеспечение своих семей водой. В рамках таких...
|5 Jul 2013||
A Story Within a Story ADB’s water supply and sanitation projects are addressing the gender issues related to water supply and sanitation, mainly by having women participate in project design and monitoring, and by reducing the time women must spend on getting water for their families. The projects have also engaged women in...
|14 Jun 2013||
ADB's Climate Change Program is helping Asia and the Pacific shift to a more sustainable development path through low-carbon and climate resilient technologies. This guidebook, based on a case study from Wuhan City, People’s Republic of China, bridges the gap between the theoretical analyses of climate change impact on the urban water sector and the planning decisions that...
|19 Jan 2013||
The report presents a current assessment of the Philippines’ water supply and sanitation sector, and the strategic investment priorities of the Government of the Philippines and Asian Development Bank (ADB) regarding it. In particular, the report highlights the sector’s past performance, the current constraints facing its development, and the Government’s plans and strategies for future...
|2 Dec 2013||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Validations of Project Completion Reports In 2000, Wuhan’s wastewater discharge totaled 2.05 million cubic meters per day, consisting about three-fourths of domestic sewerage and one-quarter of industrial...
|31 Dec 2012||
Access to improved water supply and sanitation results in economic development and poverty reduction, ensures food safety and better livelihoods, preserves the environment, reduces health burden, and empowers communities and provides opportunities for women. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has prepared a sector assessment, strategy, and road map for the water supply and sanitation...
|5 Nov 2013||
News from Country Offices
46496-001 YANGON, MYANMAR – Six cities in Myanmar will tackle emerging challenges in water supply, sanitation, waste management, drainage and flood management with a $2 million grant from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, to be administered by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). “The opening of Myanmar’s economy...
|1 Nov 2013||
45366 45366-004 This project administration manual provides essential administrative and management requirements to implement Solid Waste Management Improvement Project in Uzbekistan on time, within budget, and in...
|25 Oct 2013||
46079 46079-002 Initial environmental examination describing environmental condition and potential impact, the formulation of mitigation measures, and preparation of institutional requirements and environmental...