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|14 Jul 2014||
This is a case study of utility twinning under the Water Operators Partnerships Program, ADB's knowledge sharing initiative, involving Maynilad, an experienced mentor utility from the Philippines and a recipient utility, Khulna WASA of Bangladesh. This is a case study of utility twinning under the Water Operators...
|1 Jul 2014||
44167-013, 44212-013, 45207 ADB Provides Loans to Help Bangladesh Tackle Menace of River Erosion ADB will fund state-of-the-art riverbank protection measures in Bangladesh to prevent land erosion, which is...
|21 Oct 2013||
42173-013 $250 Million ADB Loan to Improve, Expand Water Supplies in Bangladesh Capital ADB has approved a $250 million loan to expand the coverage and quality of water supplies to nearly 11 million people in Dhaka...
|14 Aug 2014||
Loan Agreement (Special Operations) for Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Program - Project 1
44167 44167-014 LN3138 This is the Loan Agreement (Special Operations) for the Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Program...
|14 Aug 2014||
Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Program - Project 1
44167 44167-014 GR0396 This is the Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for the Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Program...
|14 Aug 2014||
44167 44167-014 LN3138 GR0396 This is the Project Agreement for the Flood and Riverbank Erosion...
|25 Jul 2014||
39295 39295-032 TA8339 This final project report proposes the investment scope and financing plans for the Third Urban Governance and...
|18 Jul 2014||
News from Country Offices
39295-032 DHAKA, BANGLADESH (18 July 2014) – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $125 million loan to improve services and governance in pourashavas—or municipalities— across Bangladesh, making them more livable and attractive, and helping to ease population pressures in major cities. “The two largest...
|4 Jul 2014||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Validations of Project Completion Reports A foremost challenge that confronts the country is enhancing poverty reduction through rural and agricultural development in areas that lie along the three major river...
|30 Jun 2014||
44212 44212-013 This report and recommendation of the president for the proposed Coastal Towns Environmental Infrastructure Project in Bangladesh describes the terms and conditions for the approval of ADB's...