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This book provides an overview of ADB's development assistance to Bangadesh over the last 40 years.
This book is a compendium of ongoing projects and case studies across ADB's sectors of operations in India.
This document outlines the Greater Mekong Subregion human resource development strategy.
The Work Program and Budget Framework, 2014–2016 (WPBF) presents a 3-year rolling operational plan to achieve the strategic objectives of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), as set out in Strategy 2020.
These guidelines discuss the use of the core sector indicators adopted for level 2 of the corporate results framework of ADB. They are applicable to all projects that deliver outputs and outcomes that ADB has targeted in its corporate results framework.
A possible framework for the post-2015 development agenda should have well-being for all at its center and be founded on a results-based approach.
This fourth annual report on the development effectiveness of ADB’s private sector operations reviews how the Private Sector Operations Department has contributed to promoting ADB’s development effectiveness agenda.
The report takes stock of progress since 2008 and shows whether ADB met its 2012 targets for delivery of outputs and outcomes, and improving operational and organizational effectiveness. The review found that the development effectiveness review process introduced in 2008 has successfully propagated a results culture across ADB.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) corporate results framework is a management tool that helps ADB monitor and improve its performance to achieve the long-term development goals set out in Strategy 2020.
This operational plan identifies a number of actions to mainstream fragility- and conflict-sensitive approaches in Asian Development Bank's (ADB) country strategies and operations to achieve its overall goal of improved development progress and strengthened institutions in developing member countries experiencing fragility and the effects of conflict.