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Public Sector Financing: Publications

  • 01 Nov 2010 | Publication

    Lao PDR: At the Crossroads of Change

    'Large scale irrigation improvements supported by ADB have enabled Nithong Keoudom, a mother and farmer of 1.5 hectares of rice paddies, to draw water for her fields as necessary and bring in six times her income from surplus rice.'
  • 01 Nov 2010 | Publication

    Cambodia: Building Solid Physical and Social Infrastructure

    'Fetching water used to mean a two-kilometer walk and two hours out of the day for Kan Nheung. Since a well was built through the Tonle Sap Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project, the chore now only takes her a few minutes and has dramatically changed the lives of the women and children in her village.'
  • 01 Nov 2010 | Publication

    Тоҷикистон: Ба сўи пешрафт роҳ мекушояд

    Тоҷикистон бузургтарин саҳмдор - кишвари 25-ум дар миёни кишварҳои узви минтақа ва 33-ум дар саросари дунё мебошад. Муассисаи давлатии Тоҷикистон, ки бо корҳои БОР машғул аст, Дастгоҳи иҷроии президент мебошад. Миссияи муқими Тоҷикистон соли 2003 ифтитоҳ шуд ва пайванди ибтидоии амалиётиро миёни БОР ва ҳукумат, бахши хусусӣ ва саҳомдорони ҷомеаи шаҳрвандӣ дар фаъолиятҳои он дастгирӣ мекунад. Миссияи маҳаллии Тоҷикистон машғули муколимаҳои сиёсӣ аст ва ҳамчун пойгоҳи донишу иттилоот барои пешбурди масъалаҳо дар Тоҷикистон амал мекунад.
  • 01 Nov 2010 | Publication

    Armenia: A Historic Country Reemerges

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has been a key partner in supporting the development agenda of Armenia, as well as its economic growth and reform program. Armenia became a member of ADB in September 2005. Operations in the country are closely aligned with the government's priorities - as well as ADB's strengths - including promoting rural development, developing the private sector, and supporting enhanced regional cooperation. ADB's work in Armenia has been focused promoting inclusive economic growth.
  • 01 Sep 2010 | Publication

    Papua New Guinea: Building Solid Physical and Social Infrastructure

    'Thomas and Naumi Rum have doubled their income since an all-weather road in their village, Wagi, was constructed as part of an ADB project. The road enables them to bring and regularly sell their coffee beans, fruits and vegetables to the provincial capital, Mount Hagen. '
  • 01 Jul 2010 | Publication

    Freedom to Grow: Impact Stories from the Philippines

    To maximize its impact, ADB is partnering not only with government, but also with nongovernment organizations, and women's and ethnic minority groups to deliver income-generating activities, education and health facilities, potable water supplies, road transport in rural areas, clean energy resources, and development of lagging regions, particularly in southern Philippines, to have real, positive impacts on People's lives.
  • 01 Apr 2010 | Institutional Document

    Partnering for Development: 2009 Donor Report

    This publication is targeted at current and prospective official financiers of the Asian Development Bank's grant and loan operations.
  • 01 Apr 2010 | Institutional Document

    Development Effectiveness Review 2009 Report

    ADB's third annual performance report by Management finds that ADB made good progress toward many of its Strategy 2020 targets, and notes that its reform measures are yielding results.
  • 01 Apr 2010 | Publication

    Древняя культура,современная экономика

    With ADB's support in the form of $1.29 billion in loans covering all areas of assistance, Uzbekistan is on the move. This publication includes impact stories narrating how ADB-supported projects help in the development of the country.
  • 01 Oct 2009 | Publication

    Energy is Life: Bringing Power to Afghanistan

    For nearly three decades, the availability of secure energy supplies in Afghanistan was significantly disrupted by conflict. Much of the country's power generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure was destroyed, and what remained was stretched far beyond capacity. More than 90% of the population had no access to electricity.

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