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|1 Sep 2014||
ADB Launches Asia Women Leaders Program ADB today launched the Asia Women Leaders Program to address a glaring absence of women from leadership roles in Asia and the Pacific. MANILA, PHILIPPINES — The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today launched the...
|15 Aug 2014||
Climate Change May Slash 9% From South Asia’s Economy By 2100–Report Climate change will slash up to 9% off the South Asian economy every year by the end of this century if the world continues on its current fossil-fuel intensive path. The human and financial toll could be even...
|15 Aug 2014||
Broader View of Poverty Underscores Critical Long-Term Challenge—ADB Poverty will remain a critical challenge for Asia and the Pacific in the coming decades, requiring a greater focus on efforts to address food insecurity and economic vulnerability, says a new ADB report...
|16 Apr 2014||
(Status as of 31 December 2013) View infographic in higher resolution. The Annual Report includes a comprehensive discussion on ADB’s operational, administrative, and financial activities in 2013; complete financial statements and opinions of the independent auditors; and a report on the activities of the Special Funds of ADB. The report also highlights how ADB has...
|21 Apr 2014||
ADB Approved $21.02 Billion in Financing Operations in 2013 ADB approved $21.02 billion in financing operations last year, according to ADB’s 2013 Annual Report, released ahead of its 47th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors to be held 2–5 May in Astana, Kazakhstan...
|7 Apr 2014||
This book assesses the adequacy of conventional compensation and resettlement assistance programs to help policy makers, project sponsors, and project executing agencies improve resettlement planning and implementation programs and assist in reforming resettlement policies and land laws. A crucial issue that confronts...
|18 Dec 2013||
The regional cooperation operations business plan (RCOBP), 2014-2016 updates the RCOBP, 2013-2015 and is the third RCOBP under the regional cooperation strategy (RCS), 2011-2015 . Proposed regional operations for 2014-2016 are consistent with the RCS priorities. In 2014-2016, operations will continue to focus on (i) improving regional connectivity, (ii) boosting cross-border trade, and (iii...
|10 Dec 2013||
Developing Asia Growth Outlook Steady As Industrial Economies Firm An improving growth outlook in Japan and the United States paired with stronger-than-expected performance in the People’s Republic of China support a steady growth outlook for developing Asia, says a new ADB report...
|20 Aug 2014||
Climate change will sow confusion and concern as it unfolds across South Asia in coming decades. Home to a quarter of the world's population, this vast region will be hit harder than just about anywhere else. Sudden flooding, storms, droughtsand other hazards will upend lives, livelihoods, and economies. Climate...
|6 Jun 2013||
Eight projects that delivered exemplary and significant results in their implementation in South Asia are showcased in this publication to be a useful reference for good practices that could be replicated across the countries of the region. This publication showcases eight projects that delivered exemplary and significant...