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17 Aug 2005
ADB will help reduce the vulnerability to HIV/AIDS of ethnic minorities living in border areas of the Greater Mekong Subregion, through a technical assistance grant approved for US$700,000.
16 Aug 2005
ADB is preparing a project to help develop rural and outer islands in the Fiji Islands, through a technical assistance grant approved for US$700,000.
12 Aug 2005
ADB will help improve Afghanistan's air transport system by boosting management of the country's civil aviation administration, through a technical assistance grant approved for US$1 million.
10 Aug 2005
ADB will help prepare a road network development project to support economic growth and poverty reduction in Heilongjiang Province in northeastern People's Republic of China, through a technical assistance grant approved for US$500,000.
8 Aug 2005
ADB will help boost the efficiency and effectiveness of development management in Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) member countries through a technical assistance (TA) grant package approved totaling about US$3 million.
5 Aug 2005
ADB is helping to prepare an urban development project in the Indian state of Uttaranchal, through a technical assistance grant approved for US$600,000.
1 Aug 2005
ADB has approved a US$55.8 million loan to help improve the urban environment of Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian Province in the People's Republic of China, by reducing water pollution and protecting water resources.
27 Jul 2005
ADB will help accelerate the economic reform process in Cambodia through a US$500,000 technical assistance grant approved to help improve the capacity of the Government to coordinate, formulate, and monitor national economic policies.
22 Jul 2005
ADB will help the Government of Pakistan implement gender-related reforms to improve the status of women in the country, through a technical assistance grant package amounting to US$4.57 million.
18 Jul 2005
ADB will support further capacity building of Cambodia's Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, to help promote the sustainable management of the country's inland fisheries, through a technical assistance grant approved for $300,000.
15 Jul 2005
ADB has received its first bilateral contributions to the Asian Tsunami Fund (ATF), amounting to nearly US$5 million. The Government of Luxembourg has contributed US$1 million and the Government of Australia US$3.8 million equivalent.
14 Jul 2005
Greater involvement of the private sector is crucial to meeting the Mekong region's development and infrastructure investment needs - estimated at $10 billion to $15 billion over the next 5 to 10 years - an ADB Vice-President told a forum in Tokyo today.
12 Jul 2005
ADB has approved a US$55 million grant to help rehabilitate Afghanistan's primary road network damaged during two decades of conflict and neglect.
6 Jul 2005
ADB has increased its lending rates for US dollar pool-based loans and reduced rates for Japanese yen pool-based loans.
30 Jun 2005
ADB today approved a US$2.83 million loan to help restore basic social services and economic activities in the Cook Islands in the aftermath of the devastating cyclones that hit the country earlier this year.