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This PDA assisted government and local stakeholders in designing a Catchment Management Plan for Lake Kutubu. Report Card This PDA was completed in December 2008. Achievements Through stakeholder consultations, the creation of the Lake Kutubu Catchment Management Forum, and other activities, this PDA helped develop the Lake Kutubu Catchment Management Plan, which...
|10 Dec 2012||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Validations of Project Completion Reports The prevailing environment conditions in the provincial towns of Papua New Guinea caused significant adverse impacts on people’s health, quality of life, and their human...
|23 Sep 2010||
ADB, UNICEF Join Forces for Children with Major Agreement ADB and the United Nations Children's Fund today signed a major agreement, joining forces across Asia and the Pacific region to fight disparities, reduce poverty, and ensure that equitable and sustainable development...
|1 Aug 2008||
Law and Policy Reform Briefs Small island countries face challenges for the regulation of basic water and energy services that are different from other countries. In recent years, scholars and practitioners have paid attention to the factors that make regulation of water and energy services effective in Asian countries....
|1 Oct 2007||
Millennium Development Goals Regional Progress Report to Be Launched at Poverty Forum in Manila The annual update on the progress of Millennium Development Goals in the Asia and Pacific region will be unveiled on 8 October. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The...
|16 Oct 2006||
Many Asian Countries Falling Short of MDG Targets, Joint Report Says The Asian and Pacific region as a whole is on track to achieve most of the Millennium Development Goals, but progress in many individual countries is slow and performance on some vital targets is unsatisfactory,...
|18 Oct 2005||
Concessional Funds Planned for PNG to Improve Roads and Fight AIDS Some $33 million in concessional funds are earmarked for Papua New Guinea over the next two years, under ADB's Country Strategy and Program (CSP) update. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Some...
|21 Jun 2005||
Cross Sectoral Actions Can Help Achieve Health Related MDGs, ADB VP Tells Tokyo Forum There is ample evidence that cross-sectoral interventions can accelerate effective achievement of the Health Millennium Development Goals, ADB Vice President Khempeng Pholsena told a high-level...
|1 Jan 2004||
Water for All Bringing Water to the Poor - Selected ADB Case Studies presents 12 cases that give an overview of the types of poverty reduction projects the Asian Development Bank is either currently engaged in or has recently undertaken in the water sector in its Developing Member Countries, from water supply and sanitation...
|4 Jun 2012||
News from Country Offices
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $2.06 million regional technical assistance project, supported by the Government of Australia, to boost aid coordination in the Pacific by expanding ADB’s field presence in the region. The new assistance will allow ADB to continue to operate existing ADB Development Coordination Offices in Solomon Islands, Tonga and...