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|30 Dec 2013||
Results-Based Lending (RBL) provides an added tool for ADB to better meet the needs of its developing member countries and improve development effectiveness. Its objectives are to increase government’s accountability and incentives to deliver and sustain results, improve the effectiveness and efficiency of government-owned sector programs, promote institutional...
|1 Apr 2013||
Country Fact Sheets The ADB Factsheets provide concise information on the Bank's member economies, its operations, and contact information. ADB funds and products ADB administration and governance...
|30 Nov 2012||
Involuntary Resettlement Safeguards: A Planning and Implementation Good Practice Sourcebook (Draft Working Document) - Khmer Translation
The draft Sourcebook focuses on the Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS) requirements pertaining to involuntary resettlement. It aims to add clarity, provide further technical guidance and recommend good practice in the implementation of the SPS. It is for the use of ADB staff and consultants, borrowers/clients and executing agencies, private sector clients, and resettlement practitioners,...
|16 Nov 2012||
Cambodia was a founding member of ADB in 1966, but almost all lending and technical assistance to Cambodia has been since the 1990s when ADB re-engaged after an extended absence. This publication aims to capture the essence of the last 20 years of partnership between Cambodia and ADB. ADB’s core product is finance, and as of October 2012, Cambodia had received $1.39 billion for 64 loans...
|24 Jun 2013||
42186 42186-014 0302 This project data sheet translated in Khmer is provided for the Emergency Food Assistance Project - Additional Financing, in...
|20 Mar 2012||
This document is the Khmer translation of the paper which gives a summary of the joint Board and Management review held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in May 2010, which main objective was to examine the scope for improvements in the Accountability Mechanism. The Accountability Mechanism provides a forum where people adversely affected by ADB-assisted projects can voice and seek solutions to...
|17 Feb 2012||
Strengthening Participation for Development Results: An Asian Development Bank Guide to Participation (Khmer)
This revised edition of Strengthening Participation for Development Results: A Staff Guide to Consultation and Participation (2006) offers updated information and an expanded range of tools to support ADB staff and stakeholders to implement participatory approaches effectively. The updated content reflects ADB’s new business processes and highlights key opportunities for participation in...
|16 Mar 2012||
Since 2005, ADB’s Public Communications Policy (PCP) has provided a framework for communications and the proactive disclosure of information, responding to information requests, and receiving feedback and insights from our stakeholders. The 2011 PCP strengthens the 2005 PCP. It integrates lessons learned and feedback from hundreds of ADB stakeholders in our member countries. It commits...
|26 Nov 2011||
Civil Society Briefs With a view to strengthening ADB cooperation with civil society organizations (CSOs), the NGO and Civil Society Center periodically prepares reports on the context for CSO activities in various developing countries in Asia and the Pacific. These studies contribute to awareness of the important role that...
|2 Oct 2011||
2011 Public Communications Policy (PCP) of the Asian Development Bank: Disclosure and Exchange of Information (Khmer Translation)
ADB launched a review in February 2010 to assess the 2005 public communications policy’s (PCP) efficacy and recommend changes as necessary to improve and strengthen it. The review engaged interested individuals and organizations. Consultation drafts were released in June and November 2010. Extensive discussions of the policy were held with a wide range of stakeholders in a number of ADB...