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|4 May 2012||
Inclusive, Green, Knowledge-Based Growth Keys to Asia's Future Growth in the Asia and Pacific region is strong, but growth alone is not enough for the region to succeed in an era of global change, ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda said in his annual address to the ADB Board of...
|3 Dec 2012||
ADB supports the fight against HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific by helping members respond to the epidemic affecting millions in the region. ADB supports the fight against HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific by helping members respond to the epidemic affecting millions in the region...
|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...
|6 Dec 2008||
For many of the millions of rural Asians who still live in poverty, ecosystems and the natural resources associated with them are essential to daily health and well-being. It is also the poor—especially women and children—who have the most at stake when ecosystems degrade. They suffer disproportionately from the health risks caused by inadequate or dirty water and polluted air and bear the...
|30 Jul 2007||
South Asia Needs to Refocus on Education and Health: ADB Report South Asian countries must meet the rapidly changing educational and health needs of their people if the region is to remain an engine of economic growth in Asia and the rest of the world, a new report by the Asian...
|12 Oct 2006||
South Asia MDG Forum Opens with Urgent Call to Cut Down Maternal Mortality and Reduce Poverty Over 100 experts gathered in Kathmandu, Nepal, yesterday to try to build a clear and workable road map toward realizing the Millennium Development Goals which are in need of revitalization...
|16 Aug 2006||
Inequality a Major Hurdle to Education, Health MDGs, Says ADB Many countries in Asia and the Pacific will not meet the Millennium Development Goal targets for universal primary enrollment and a two-thirds reduction in child mortality unless governments rapidly intensify efforts to...
|16 Mar 2009||
29282 Address by Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, ADB Vice President, at the South Asia Regional Ministerial Meeting, Colombo, Sri Lanka Introduction Distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen: thank you very much for the opportunity to address all of you on behalf of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Foremost, let me...
|30 Nov 1997||
Bank Assistance in the Health and Population Sector in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, and Sri Lanka
English Share: Facebook Twitter Impact Evaluation Studies The main objective of the study is to assess the impact of ADB's assistance in the health and population sector. This was done in terms of its impact on the health status of the...