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|4 Jul 2014||
Central and West Asia Working Papers This report summarizes the results of the river morphology study of the Pyanj River, between Afghanistan and Tajikistan, with an emphasis on how findings on flood management may be applied elsewhere in Asia. The Pyanj,...
|4 Jun 2014||
This book provides stakeholders in Southeast Asian urban water supply and sanitation with a point of reference and tools to improve development and operational performance. The purpose of this book is to provide stakeholders in Southeast Asian urban water supply and sanitation (meaning governments, utilities, consultants...
|19 May 2014||
This guide provides ADB’s perspective on asset management, as well as an overview of the concept, processes, and systems of asset management, followed by a presentation of case studies about what utilities have done to manage their assets, including the results achieved. Experiences of ADB in the water supply sector show...
|24 Apr 2014||
Pacific and Caribbean Conference on Effective Regulation of Energy and Water Services: Conference Materials
This report is a compilation of materials related to the Pacific and Caribbean Conference on Effective Regulation of Energy and Water Services held on 25-27 March in Nadi, Fiji. ADB, in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, held a conference on 25-27 March in Nadi, Fiji. The conference convened...
|13 Feb 2014||
Established on 29 November 2006, the Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) aims to provide additional financial and knowledge resources from development partners to support the implementation of Asian Development Bank's Water Financing Program and help achieve the Program’s targeted outcomes. This Annual Report covers the period January to December 2013 and presents the...
|28 Feb 2014||
ADB Briefs This policy brief focuses on the problems arising from global transitions that are threatening the safety of the habitat for humans on planet earth that can be ameliorated by specific policy instruments in the short term. The 20th Century saw...
|17 Dec 2013||
Myanmar: Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Environment Initial Sector Assessment, Strategy, and Road Map
This sector assessment, strategy, and road map highlights the Government of Myanmar’s plans and strategies for addressing priority needs for the agriculture, natural resources, and environment sector and identifies possible preliminary areas of international assistance. It assesses key sector development needs by analyzing the strengths, constraints and weaknesses, various risks, and...
|10 Oct 2013||
A contemporary holistic approach, applying scientific assessments that take people, land, and water into account, to tackling floods in Pakistan's Indus river basin. More than 138 million people in the Indus River Basin in Pakistan depend on irrigated agriculture. But rising population pressures, climate change, and...
|12 Sep 2013||
Water must be recognized as an economic as well as a social good, as water security is crucial to the future of people, communities and nations across Asia and the Pacific region. The water-food-energy nexus is emerging as a critical issue in Asia and the Pacific. It is clear that solutions must be found to assure water...
|22 Jul 2013||
Exploring Public–Private Partnership in the Irrigation and Drainage Sector in India: A Scoping Study
Private sector participation has the potential to enhance the performance of India's irrigation and drainage sector, raising productivity and efficiency levels as well as economic returns. In spite of substantial investment by the Government of India, the country’s irrigation and drainage sector finds itself plagued...