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|18 Feb 2014||
This country operations business plan (COBP) identifies lending and nonlending programs for 2014-2016 and is fully in line with the direction and strategic priorities outlined in the interim country partnership strategy (CPS) for Bhutan for 2014. The interim CPS 2014 extends the validity of the interim CPS, 2012-2013 until the next full CPS, 2014-2018 is prepared in line with the government’s...
|14 Apr 2014||
News from Country Offices
47275-001 46463-002 THIMPHU, BHUTAN – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is working with the governments of Norway and Japan under two different projects to help Bhutan better manage its clean energy and water resources. “Funding from Norway and Japan, along with ADB’s...
|27 Sep 2012||
The Interim Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), 2012–2013 for Bhutan is consistent with Strategy 2020, and will continue the overarching goal of the CPS, 2006–2010 that is poverty reduction through economic diversification. It will extend the validity of the CPS, 2006–2010 and its strategic approach to guide ADB operations for the remainder of the 10th plan for the country...
|29 Jul 2013||
43021 43021-012 7405 This completion report for TA 7405-BHU: Capacity Building of the National Environment Commission in Climate Change describes...
|18 Jun 2013||
38049 38049-013 2258 This amendment to the loan agreement dated 30 October 2006 for the Urban Infrastructure Development Project between Kingdom of...
|25 Jan 2010||
Japan, ADB Help Bhutan Strengthen Resilience to Climate Change Landlocked, mountainous Bhutan is getting support from ADB and Japan to counter the harmful impacts of climate change on its rivers - the lifeblood of the economy. MANILA, PHILIPPINES -...
|2 Sep 2009||
ADB: Climate Change Threatens Water, Food Security of 1.6 Billion South Asians Melting Himalayan glaciers and other climate change impacts pose a direct threat to the water and food security of more than 1.6 billion people in South Asia, according to preliminary findings of a new...
|26 Dec 2012||
38049 38049-013 2258 Major goods, works and consulting services procurement either ongoing or expected for the Urban Infrastructure Development...
|21 Feb 2007||
ADB Promoting Cooperation on Hazardous Waste Management in South Asia ADB will help four South Asian countries to improve their management of hazardous waste with a grant of US$400,000. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - ADB will help four South Asian countries to...
|18 Oct 2006||
Loan to Improve Urban Infrastructure and Services in Bhutan's Cities A US$24.6 million loan aims to improve urban infrastructure facilities and basic urban services in Thimphu and Phuentsholing, Bhutan's two largest cities, as well as in Dagana, a regional center...