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This publication presents the impacts of cofinanced projects of Agence Française de Développement and Asian Development Bank in Viet Nam.

This publication briefly describes the Private Sector Operations Department of the Asian Development Bank, its main goal, sector focus, and portfolios and case studies in 2013.

This semiannual progress report covers the period January to June 2014 and presents the performance of the Water Financing Partnership Facility for the year against the annual work program and the cumulative performance as of 30 June 2014.

This brochure provides general information on the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR).

This publication records the impacts of ADB-assisted projects in Nepal’s inclusive development process from 2010- 2012. ADB has provided assistance in several sectors including agriculture and natural resources, transportation and information and communication technology, energy, water and sanitation, urban development, education, finance and governance.

ADB is an international development finance institution owned by 67 members, 48 of which are from Asia and the Pacific region. ADB’s vision: an Asia and Pacific free of poverty. ADB’s mission: To help its developing members reduce poverty and improve their living conditions and quality of life.

This investor presentation provides an overview of the Asian Development Bank and presents information relevant to prospective investors.

The 2013 Development Effectiveness Review is the seventh annual performance review of ADB and the first to apply the revised corporate results framework.

A wide range of financing options are available to partners seeking to expand their commitment to developing Asia and the Pacific and to support ADB’s core areas of operations under its long-term strategic framework, Strategy 2020.

In this publication are the 2013 facts and figures behind ADB's lending activities and description of ADB as a borrower. ADB promotes the economic growth and social development of its developing member countries by financing loan projects and programs, providing technical assistance, and providing advisory services.