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|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...
|12 Oct 2012||
The world is facing a perilous convergence of depleting natural resources - of water, good land, energy, nutrients, technology, fish and stable climates. The world is facing a perilous convergence of depleting natural resources - of water, good land, energy, nutrients, technology, fish and stable climates...
|27 Mar 2007||
South Asia's Growth to Remain Strong in 2007-2008, Says ADB South Asia’s economic growth is expected to moderate to 7.7% in 2007 and rise slightly to 8% in 2008. Tight monetary policy measures taken by several countries in the region in 2006 are expected to dampen consumption...
|13 Feb 2006||
Promoting Water Saving Rice Production in South Asia ADB will help develop and disseminate water-saving rice technologies in the drought-prone and water-short region of South Asia, through a US$1 million technical assistance grant. MANILA, PHILIPPINES...
|31 Dec 2011||
45282 45282-001 <p> Decision document for Strengthening Knowledge-Driven Development in South Asia presented to the Board of Directors of ADB or Management for approval.</p>...
|31 Aug 2010||
38522 38522-012 <p>Consultant Report produced for the Development and Dissemination of Water-Saving Rice Technologies in South Asia project. </p> Consultant Report produced for...
|31 Mar 2010||
30372 5719 This technical assistance completion report for the South Asia Vegetable Research Network (Phase II) describes expected impact, outcome and outputs, conduct of activities, evaluation and achievement of...
|31 Mar 2010||
43385 43385-022 <p>Technical assistance report for Empowering the Poor through Increasing Access to Energy in Asia. </p> From 1990 to 2009, ADB provided over $25.8 billion in...
|8 Oct 2009||
Introductory Remarks on "Integrated Crop and Research Management in the Rice-Wheat System of South Asia"
31162 Welcome and introductory remarks by Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, ADB Vice President, at the book launch of "Integrated Crop and Research Management in the Rice-Wheat System of South Asia", Manila, Philippines Dr. Ren Wang of CGIAR, Dr. Zeigler of IRRI, and Dr. Ladha, lead editor of the book, representatives...