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|6 Jun 2014||
The Government of Spain will make an additional contribution to the Spanish Cooperation Fund for Technical Assistance. This amount of approximately US$293,000 (as of March 2014) will come from the remaining balance of the funds provided to engage water and energy experts for the Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) and the Clean Energy Financing Partnership Facility (CEFPF...
|3 Feb 2014||
This memorandum to the ADB Board of Directors recommends the acceptance of the Rs.10 million contribution of India to the Technical Assistance Special Fund (TASF) of ADB. Wed, 02/26/2014 No (Financing Documents, India, ADB funds and products,...
|24 Jan 2014||
This is intended as a quick reference guide to those processing and implementing projects in India. While the Government of India acts as the borrower or recipient for ADB loans and grants, the executing and implementing agencies receive funds through complex onlending arrangements involving transfer of interest rate and foreign exchange risk, and even different pricing and repayment terms....
|13 Dec 2013||
Development Effectiveness Country Briefs This country brief highlights how ADB operations have helped support Bhutan’s efforts in advancing socioeconomic development through rural electrification, hydropower development, road connectivity, urban infrastructure and services, and...
|27 Sep 2013||
The Asian Development Bank reformed its technical assistance (TA) policy in 2008. Since then, TA performance has shown signs of improvement. The success rates of TA completion reports have improved since 2009, although these are self-evaluations and need to be interpreted with caution. More of ADB’s external stakeholders perceived ADB as an excellent source of knowledge on development issues...
|30 Sep 2013||
Myanmar Plans Electricity Expansion with Assistance from ADB, Japan ADB, through $2.85 million in grant financing from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, will help the Government of Myanmar formulate a long-term energy plan and prepare to expand and upgrade its power grid...
|13 Oct 2013||
Development Effectiveness Country Briefs This country brief highlights how ADB operations have helped the Cook Islands weather cyclones and fiscal crises, and contribute to stable economic and social infrastructure. Since 1976, the Government of the Cook...
|16 Jul 2013||
This memorandum to the ADB Board of Directors recommends the acceptance of the US$70,000 contribution of Pakistan to the Technical Assistance Special Fund (TASF) of ADB. Mon, 08/12/2013 No 16 Aug 2013...
|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，...
|14 Jul 2014||
News from Country Offices
GUIYANG, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (14 July 2014) – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will support watershed financing and promote inclusive and environmentally friendly development in Guizhou Province of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), under a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed at a sub-forum of the Eco-Forum Global Guiyang 2014. “ADB and the Guizhou provincial government...