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|6 Jun 2013||
This publication showcases eight projects that delivered exemplary and significant results in their implementation. These projects represent various sectors such as energy, urban development, transport, information and communications technology, irrigation, and disaster risk reduction. As developing member countries seek greater economic growth opportunities and move toward becoming more...
|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...
|27 Jul 2011||
Knowledge Showcases In terms of geographic extent and economic damage, the floods of mid-2004 were the worst experienced by Bangladesh. The Asian Development Bank's quick response to the Government of Bangladesh's request for assistance led to a $15 million grant and $180 million loan for damage rehabilitation, and...
|1 Nov 2010||
ADB's South Asia region is comprised of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, extending from the highlands of the Himalayas to the atolls of the Indian Ocean. It is also home to more than 600 million of the world's absolute poor, who will be most vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change. As critical sectors such as water, energy, and agriculture...
|1 Sep 2010||
Knowledge Showcases Agriculture in Bangladesh's northwest region could not keep farmers out of poverty despite the fact that all available lands are being cultivated and cropping intensity is already at 175%. To improve the livelihood of small farmers in the region, the Northwest Crop Diversification Project provided...
|1 Mar 2009||
Knowledge Showcases Between 1998-2007, Bangladesh had the highest proportion of projects with significant gender mainstreaming at ADB. The social changes in the country and the increasing commitment of line agencies provided momentum to mainstream gender concerns. ADB...
|31 Aug 2011||
45065 45065-012 <p>Decision document for the Climate Change Capacity Building and Knowledge Management in Bangladesh presented to ADB's Board of Directors for Management for approval. </p...
|1 Jul 2010||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Learning Curves This edition of Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation knowledge brief that examines, from the perspective of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, ADB's energy sector assistance over 2001...
|1 Feb 2010||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Learning Curves This update to the findings of the 2003 country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) for Bangladesh assesses the performance of ADB strategies and assistance programs in the country from 1999 to...
|1 Nov 2009||
Learning Curves: Energy Sector Assistance in Bangladesh: Institutional Reforms in a Challenging Environment
English Share: Facebook Twitter Learning Curves This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the sector assistance program evaluation which aims to provide a sector-level independent assessment of ADB's assistance to the energy sector in...