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Results 1-10 of 13 for Bangladesh
This report presents the synthesis of knowledge, experiences, good practices, and recommendations shared at the Subregional Workshop on Gender and Urban Poverty in South Asia with the aim of assisting ADB and its partner agencies in the planning of urban development projects to facilitate gender and socially inclusive outcomes and reduce poverty in South Asia.
The annual Asian Development Outlook (ADO) provides a comprehensive analysis of economic performance for the past year and offers forecasts for the next 2 years for the 45 economies in Asia and the Pacific that make up developing Asia.
This publication aims to contribute to the new country partnership strategy for 2011
This publication provides an overview of gender issues, design features, and implementation arrangements that contributed to achieving gender-related targets in six ADB projects.
This publication includes several impact stories which describe people and places benefiting from the partnership between ADB and Bangladesh.
This briefing note summarizes evidence on effective approaches used by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for achieving benefits for women and progress towards gender equality.
Between 1998-2007, Bangladesh had the highest proportion of projects with significant gender mainstreaming at ADB. The social changes in the country and the increasing commitment of line agencies provided momentum to mainstream gender concerns.
The report presents the findings of a project that aimed to identify and test legal empowerment strategies that increase access to basic social services, productive resources, and opportunities by women and other disadvantaged groups and to incorporate legal empowerment initiatives into mainstream development projects.
As part of the implementation review of its Policy on Gender and Development, ADB conducted rapid gender assessments of 12 projects under implementation in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal and Pakistan to determine whether the inclusion of gender action plans (GAPs) in project design improve results for women.
This report a country gender assessment prepared in conjunction with country strategies and programs for Bangladesh.