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|5 Nov 2011||
ADB prepares regional cooperation strategies (RCS) to ensure coherence and strategic prioritization for the five subregions covered by ADB's regional departments. On the basis of priorities established, ADB assists developing member countries in financing regional cooperation through technical assistance grants and projects loans. This document outlines ADB's strategy for South Asia...
|27 Mar 2013||
32234 32234-043 2845 This amendment refers to the loan agreement (Ordinary Operations) between Bangladesh and the Asian Development Bank for the...
|20 Oct 2011||
This Country Partnership Strategy defines ADB's strategic approach in Bangladesh for 2011-2015, aligned with Strategy 2020, the country's own development strategy, and ADB's comparative strengths and complement efforts by its development partners (Bangla translation). (Country Planning Documents, Bangladesh, Gender and development, Inclusive growth, Poverty reduction,...
|24 Mar 2013||
39452 39452-013 2666 Major goods, works and consulting services procurement either ongoing or expected to take place in the following 18 months...
|19 Mar 2013||
42149 42149-012 9153 Major goods, works and consulting services procurement either ongoing or expected to take place in the following 18 months...
|7 Oct 2011||
This Country Operations Business Plan for 2012-2014 describes the consistency of the business plan with the country partnership strategy, including grants and projects in the pipeline for Bangladesh. (bangladesh country operations business plan 20122014) (Country Planning Documents, Bangladesh, Country Operations, ADB administration and governance, Agriculture and natural resources,...
|27 Oct 2011||
ADB, Bangladesh Announce $4.5 Billion Five-Year Partnership Strategy Bangladesh and ADB have forged a new Country Partnership Strategy for 2011-2015 which includes a resource investment program of around $4.5 billion. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Bangladesh...
|3 Oct 2011||
This final review assesses the performance of the Asian Development Bank's country partnership strategy for Bangladesh for 2006-2010. (bangladesh country partnership strategy 20062010 final review) (Country Planning Documents, Bangladesh, Country Operations, ADB administration and governance, asian development bank, bangladesh country partnership strategy 2006-2010 final review,...
|3 Oct 2011||
This Country Partnership Strategy defines ADB's strategic approach in Bangladesh for 2011-2015, aligned with Strategy 2020, the country's own development strategy, and ADB's comparative strengths and complement efforts by its development partners. No (Country Planning Documents, Bangladesh, Gender and...
|22 Oct 2011||
South Asia Project Briefs In 2000, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved the Chittagong Hill Tracts Rural Development Project to help reduce the incidence of poverty in the CHT and to provide a confidence-building environment to underpin the peace accord signed in 1997. This brief provides an overview of the Chittagong...