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|21 Jan 2008||
Improving South Asia's Transport Network to Promote Economic Cooperation Japan and the Asian Development Bank are helping prepare an investment project that will ease the flow of goods, services and people across Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal to promote economic...
|5 Jan 2007||
ADB Funding Study of Sustainable Urban Transport in Asia ADB is beginning a set of field studies of select cities around Asia to help develop blueprints for sustainable urban transport systems in the region. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - ADB is beginning a set...
|25 Oct 2006||
Improving Access to Water Supply and Sanitation in Bangladesh's Small Towns ADB will help provide sustainable access to improved and safe water supply and sanitation services to about 1.6 million people in 16 towns in Bangladesh through a US$41 million loan...
|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,...
|1 Nov 2006||
The book presents case studies of good practice on sustainable urban development from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, People's Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Viet Nam. It provides insights into current issues, management approaches, and investment types in urban development in...
|8 Jun 2006||
Australia Establishes A$11 Million Grant Fund for South Asian Countries The Government of Australia has established a grant facility at ADB to undertake project activities in South Asia with an initial contribution of A$11 million. MANILA, PHILIPPINES...
|27 Sep 2012||
42177 42177-013 Pulls together all elements for mainstreaming gender. Identifies strategies, mechanisms and/or project components, and provisions for addressing gender concerns, and describes how women are to be...
|25 Sep 2012||
Proposed Loan, Technical Assistance Grant, and Administration of Grant: Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project
42177 42177-013 Report and Recommendation of the President describing terms and conditions proposed for the Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project in Bangladesh, for the approval of ADB's Board...
|18 Dec 2001||
Nowhere is the urban challenge more starkly evident than in Asia. Many cities lack data and information on urban conditions and trends, which has undermined their ability to understand and manage the complex forces of urban growth and change. The 460-page Cities Data Book explores the theory, development and application of urban indicator systems for improved urban management and...
|3 Sep 2012||
Are Asia's recent floods the result of bad luck, bad weather or bad design? Manila was left paralysed, with a third of the city under water and thousands evacuated from their homes. A few weeks earlier, the worst floods to hit Beijing in 30 years killed 77 people and affected nearly one million others. A year ago, Thailand's floods...