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|12 Mar 2014||
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2014-2016 for Cambodia is an interim step in the preparation of the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2014-2018. The COBP, 2014-2016 describes the consistency of the business plan with the CPS, 2011-2013 and the 5-year policy agenda of the government. No...
|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...
|6 Feb 2014||
Think Differently for Asia's Water, Food, and Energy Security - ADB President It is critical that Asia’s precious but increasingly scarce water resources are managed in a coordinated way to ensure the region has not only sufficient water but also enough food and energy to meet...
|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...
|4 Nov 2013||
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2014–2016 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) updates the COBP 2013– 2015. The COBP continues to support the priorities identified in the ADB country partnership strategy (CPS), 2012–2016 for the Lao PDR of inclusive and sustainable growth and poverty reduction through four priority sectors (...
|25 Sep 2013||
44458-013 ADB $220 Million Loan to Help Uzbekistan Reduce Poverty and Boost Agriculture ADB will help overhaul a 45-year-old, inefficient water supply system in Bukhara and Navoi provinces in Uzbekistan, that will...
The reports in this series should be considered as learning documents that allow for sectoral data and analysis to be updated and improved based on sectoral experiences and sharing of good practices. These reports have a common introduction and a common final chapter outlining the...
|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...
|14 Jul 2014||
News from Country Offices
中国贵阳（2014年7月14日讯）—亚洲开发银行（亚行）与中华人民共和国（中国）贵州省政府在生态文明贵阳国际论坛2014年年会分论坛上签署备忘录，亚行将为中国贵州省境内的流域融资提供支持，并推动该省实现包容性和环境友好型发展。 亚行驻中国代表处首席代表哈米德•谢里夫（Hamid L. Sharif）表示，“亚行和贵州省政府正在共同努力，为赤水河流域的保护建立公私合作资金机制。”他还补充道，这项合作正逢其时。“中国政府正在倡导推行生态补偿原则，以努力解决一些棘手的环境问题，如流域保护、退化流域的恢复，以及其他自然资源保护领域内的问题。” 根据该备忘录，亚行和贵州政府将共同努力，增加贵州生态补偿和流域保护与管理方面的合作机会。备忘录涵盖了《贵州省赤水河流域环境保护规划（2013-2020年）》中12项关键政策改革。 贵州位于少数民族众多的内陆山区，...