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The purpose of this brief is to provide a preliminary economic assessment of avian flu on developing Asia.
ADB approved its Education Policy in August 2002 to complement the objectives of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) prepared by the international community. MDGs included issues of reducing poverty and hunger, many health related issues, and coordination efforts to improve social sector delivery.
The annual report of the Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarshop Program (ADB-JSP) outlines the activities of the program since its establishment in 1988. This edition includes activities of the program in 2001.
This publication examines developmental approaches as a primary goal for assisting street children without forgetting existing needs for service provision.
This 2004 primer emphasizes that environmentally friendly policies in all sectors of development will improve the health of human populations in a way that complements benefits from health services.
This book features the artwork of the child artists from the streets of seven cities who participated in ADB's Second Street Children's Art Competition in 2002.
This report is a study commissioned by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on best practice concerning street children in the Asia-Pacific region, and potential areas of strategic intervention for ADB.
This paper presents that competitiveness-driven reforms of education systems imposed by globalization are critical for long-term economic growth and, hence, sustainable poverty reduction.
This report reviews the genesis, experiences, achievements, and remaining challenges of the first Sector-wide Assistance Program in Health in Papua New Guinea.
The annual report of the Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarshop Program (ADB-JSP) outlines the activities of the program since its establishment in 1988. This edition includes activities of the program in 2000.