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Results 1-6 of 6 for 2004
This report a country gender assessment prepared in conjunction with country strategies and programs for Bangladesh.
The paper also provides an updated gender strategy and recommendations for ADB’s future country strategy and program (CSP).
This memorandum outlines the activities of the Gender and Development Cooperation Fund for the period covering 2003-2004.
This report assesses the gender “terrain” in Cambodia. The assessment is based on a review of existing information from government, donor and non-governmental organization (NGO) sources and also from extensive consultations with various stakeholders.
This report presents the activities and recommendations stemming from the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Regional Technical Assistance Project 6008: Gender and Governance Issues in Local Government in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan.
This is the inaugural issue of the Journal of Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Development Studies. It is published under the auspices of the Phnom Penh Plan (PPP) for Development Management, a recent capacity building initiative of GMS countries supported by the Asian Development Bank and the New Zealand Agency for International Development. Enhancing skills and knowledge of middle and senior GMS civil servants is at the heart of the PPP. The journal seeks to complement this effort by promoting a better understanding of GMS development issues. It is a multi-disciplinary publication that focuses on the socioeconomic development of the GMS, especially on aspects concerning subregional cooperation.