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  • November 2014

    Viet Nam: Central Region Urban Environmental Improvement Project

    In 2003, the level of investment made for urban sector maintenance, repairs, and new capital works in the previous decades had not been sufficient to keep pace with the continuing rapid urbanization in Viet Nam. Weak institutions, lack of qualified human resources, financial constraints, lack of community participation, and slow implementation of the legal framework for the urban sector were cited as contributing factors to the low coverage and inefficiency of urban services.
  • November 2014

    Afghanistan and Tajikistan: Regional Power Transmission Interconnection Project

    In 2006, the total power generation capacity in Afghanistan declined from 456 megawatts (MW) in the 1990s to about 250 MW in 2005. Much of this generation capacity was destroyed and damaged during the wars. Also, a significant portion of the transmission and distribution networks were damaged and stolen. Only 6%–9% of the population had access to power, of which approximately 30% were in Kabul.
  • November 2014

    Viet Nam: HIV/AIDS Prevention among Youth Project

    In 2006, Viet Nam reported increasing HIV/AIDS cases. HIV/AIDS in the country was mostly driven by intravenous drug use. However, the number of infections among sex workers was also growing, which posed a risk to the general community.
  • November 2014

    Cambodia: Tonle Sap Sustainable Livelihoods Project

    The investment rationale of the Tonle Sap Sustainable Livelihoods Project was derived from an attempt to tackle poverty in the Tonle Sap region, where poverty rate is higher than the country as a whole and where rural livelihood assets were affected by worsening environmental trends around Tonle Sap. Natural capital, forests, fish, wildlife, and the entire biosphere, in fact, was under pressure due to the excessive and growing pressure of human exploitation.
  • November 2014

    India: Assam Governance and Public Resource Management Sector Development Program

    The government of Assam faced fiscal- and governance-related structural problems. Its fiscal position was weak due to stagnation in tax and nontax revenues and growing recurrent expenditures. Subsidies for loss-making public sector enterprises and increasing pension liabilities added to the fiscal strain. From the central government perspective, inadequate fiscal consolidation at state level was seen as having the potential to undermine the sustainability of recent economic performance and the delivery of promised economic prospects.
  • November 2014

    India: Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal Environmental Management Project

    Urban growth in coastal districts of Karnataka had far exceeded the capacity of existing infrastructure and services with resulting negative impacts on human welfare, economic growth, and the natural environment. In response to this, the project design focused on improving the living conditions in 10 urban centers located along the west coast of the state with a total population of about 1 million at the time of project preparation.
  • November 2014

    Tajikistan: Agriculture Rehabilitation Project

    This performance evaluation report assesses the performance and impact of the program and generates a series of findings, lessons and recommendations to contribute in the future ADB operations in the agriculture sector.
  • November 2014

    Azerbaijan: Validation of the Final Review of Country Operations, 2000-2011 - List of Linked Documents

    Linked documents to Azerbaijan: Validation of the Final Review of Country Operations, 2000-2011.
  • October 2014

    Georgia: Municipal Services Development Project– Phase 2

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved in 2008 a loan for a Phase I project to finance the rehabilitation of water supply and sewerage, development of solid waste management systems, rehabilitation of municipal roads, and improvement of municipal transport. However, several urgent urban transport subprojects were not included under PhaseI as the resources were committed to other priority subprojects and municipalities. Thus, Phase 2, which this validation is reviewing, was conceived to cover these subprojects.
  • October 2014

    Bangladesh: Second Participatory Livestock Development Project

    ADB has been involved in various livestock development projects in Bangladesh, such as the Participatory Livestock Development Project, in recognition of the role of the livestock sector in reducing poverty and the need to improve the capacity of Department of Livestock Services in the delivery of services. Building on the achievements of previous ADB projects, the Second Participatory Livestock Development Project was intended to broaden livestock development opportunities for the rural poor households. 

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