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This report evaluates the performance of the Second Agriculture Program aimed to achieve sustainable economic growth by increasing productivity in the agriculture sector in Nepal.
This report evaluates the performance of the Rural Enterprise Credit Project which aims to establish profitable rural enterprises and to improve capability of Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives in Thailand.
The Director General of the Operations Evaluation Department of the Asian Development Bank received this response from the Managing Director General on behalf of Management on the Project Performance Audit Report on Livestock Development Project in Pakistan.
This special evaluation study looks at small-scale aquaculture from the viewpoint of poverty reduction and identify the main factors that enable fish farming to generate livelihoods and reduce poverty.
This case study investigates the countrywide significance of freshwater aquaculture, social dimensions of rural poverty among farmers, major aquaculture systems, fish markets, employment in aquaculture, and ADB's support to aquaculture development.
This case study outlines a project-part of a larger project financed by ADB to improve livelihoods in the District-that brought freshwater aquaculture to the poor in an irrigation area. The aim was to capitalize on a low-cost technology based on carp polyculture.
This case study investigates common livelihood conditions of inland freshwater fish farmers in Bangladesh. It describes the pond operations and management, which are semi-intensive in nature, the village nurseries that supply most of the seed, the amounts of organic and inorganic fertilizer used, harvest frequency, yields, and markets.
This case study investigates tilapia markets, prices, marketing channels, access to inputs (fish seed, feed, fertilizers, land, and water), support services, and relevant lessons in freshwater aquaculture Central Luzon.
This case study illustrates biophysical and socioeconomic characteristics of Central Luzon as main producer of tilapia in the country, followed by accounts of technology and management for farming tilapia, profiles of fish farmers, markets, institutions, support services, policy and legal instruments, natural resources management, and environmental issues.
This case study focuses on the technology and management used for tilapia cage farming and nursery operations, profiles of fish farmers and other beneficiaries, and relevant processes pertinent to markets, labor, institutions, support services, policy, legal instruments, natural resources management, and environmental issues pertinent to the lake.