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|28 Nov 2012||
Urban Public and Environmental Health Sector Development Program: Draft Environmental Assessment and Review Framework
39305 39305-013 2555 2554 This draft environmental assessment and review framework outlines...
|28 Nov 2012||
Urban Public and Environmental Health Sector Development Program: Draft Short Resettlement Plan for Khulna Integrated Waste Treatment and Small Transfer Station Subproject
39305 39305-013 2555 2554 This draft short resettlement plan for the Khulna Integrated Waste...
|28 Nov 2012||
39305 39305-013 2554 2555 This draft resettlement framework ensures the preparation and...
|28 Sep 2009||
ADB Funds to Improve Health and Environment Services in Bangladesh Two ADB loans and one technical assistance will improve the living standards of Bangladesh's city dwellers, especially the urban poor. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Two Asian Development...
|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...
|28 Jul 2011||
Every year in Bangladesh, 25,000 women die from childbirth, and another 50,000 experience life-threatening complications from pregnancy. ADB is supporting innovative public-private partnerships that are extending...
|9 Dec 2009||
Local governments and NGOs come together to fight maternal and child mortality in Bangladesh. Local governments and NGOs come together to fight maternal and child mortality in Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh— Twenty nine-year-old Kamrunnahar Akter says the birth of her third child at a well equipped healthcare...
|14 Oct 2009||
Loan Agreement for Urban Public and Environmental Health Sector Development Program between People's Republic of Bangladesh and Asian Development Bank Dated 14 October 2009
39305 39305-013 2554 urban public environmental health sector health sector development project...
|30 Sep 2009||
39305 39305-013 This report and recommendation of the president for the proposed Urban Public and Environmental Health Sector Development Program in Bangladesh describes the terms and conditions for the approval of...
|1 Sep 2009||
39305 urban public health sector environmental health sector development proposed sector development program loans sector development technical...