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|4 Aug 2014||
This brochure describes a water utility partnership between Yangon City Development Committee and Hunter Water Australia. This brochure describes a water utility partnership between Yangon City Development Committee and Hunter Water Australia, which aims to improve wastewater treatment in Yangon. Under the partnership, a...
|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...
The PDA will demonstrate innovative and sustainable methodologies for the planning and delivery of demand-driven sanitation infrastructure with community involvement. Report Card Completed in December 2013, this PDA Improved solid waste management with a household level collection system and proper final disposal Access to improved sanitation, through flood and...
|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...
|24 Jun 2014||
News from Country Offices
47311-001 NAY PYI TAW, MYANMAR – Three grant projects to improve the lives and health of poor and vulnerable communities in Myanmar are set for rapid implementation following the recent signing of financing agreements between the Ministry of Finance and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The grant projects, totaling a...
|27 May 2014||
No matter how poor a community may be, technological and financial solutions are available for it to benefit from modern sanitation practices. No matter how poor a community may be, technological and financial solutions are available for it to benefit from modern sanitation practices. Water is the elixir of life,...
|26 May 2014||
A poor community in Yangon, Myanmar, built their own latrines and improved hygiene in their neighborhood thanks to a small-scale sanitation project supported by ADB. myanmar burma...
|5 May 2014||
News from Country Offices
NAY PYI TAW, MYANMAR – About 18,000 people in Yangon and Mandalay will soon have access to a safe, regular water supply and improved sanitation facilities with the signing of a $4 million grant funded by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction and administered by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). This four-year community infrastructure and basic services project is expected to reduce the...
|4 Feb 2014||
47187 47187-001 Outlines procedures for the preparation of environmental assessment documents for Pro-Poor Community Infrastructure and Basic Services project in Myanmar to ensure environmental impacts are...
|1 Feb 2014||
47267 47267-001 TA8624 This report is a decision document presented to ADB’s Board of Directors or Management for the approval of the...