The Asian Development Bank is working with the Philippines to modernize Manila's water supply and reduce the risk of water shortages as demand rises in tandem with the city's booming population.
ADB's 51st Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors was held in Manila, Philippines, from 3 to 5 May 2018.
Delegates from all over the world participated in the 51st Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors in Manila, Philippines, from 3 to 5 May 2018.
The Opening Session of the Board of Governors at the 51st ADB Annual Meeting was held on 5 May 2018 in Manila, Philippines.
Despite progress over the last two decades in empowering women in Asia and the Pacific, there remain huge gender gaps, particularly in the economic and political spheres. Supporting women’s entrepreneurship is key to their economic empowerment.
Distinguished speakers derive lessons from the past and examine the relevance of key structures of the present global financial system to consider how multilateral institutions and governments can harness opportunities of a digital future.
Learn more about the vibrant economy and people of Fiji, host of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank in May 2019.
Potentially game-changing technological advances like distributed ledger technology, blockchains, virtual currencies, machine learning, and big data are a double-edged sword that can deliver large benefits but impose large costs. How will Asia respond?
As Asia and the Pacific seeks inclusive and sustainable economic growth, countries are adapting to the possibility that new technologies in fields such as robotics and artificial intelligence may lead to challenges for some industries and workers. ADB Governors examine the issues.
ADB Director of Development Economics and Indicators Division Rana Hasan summarizes the debate that took place at the Governors' Seminar during ADB's 51st Annual Meeting in Manila, Philippines.