Mr. Yokoyama has been ADB Country Director in India since 2017. Prior to his current appointment, he was Country Director in Nepal. Mr. Yokoyama was also Principal Water Resources Specialist in ADB’s South Asia Department, responsible for developing water resources projects in South Asian countries including Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. He joined ADB in 1999.
ADB Director General for South Asia Kenichi Yokoyama visited Nepal on 16–19 March. During his visit, Mr. Yokoyama reaffirmed ADB’s continued strong support to the Government of Nepal’s development agenda.
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Kavre, Mahadevsthan – Honorable Minister of Education D. R. Poudel and the Country Director of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Nepal Resident Mission, Kenichi Yokoyama today laid the foundation for the reconstruction of Shree Kali Devi Primary School in Kavre District.
ADB handed over its pilot project on wind solar hybrid energy system to Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) of the Ministry of Environment at a function organized at the Nepal Resident Mission today.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will administer $3.5 million in grants from the Government of the United Kingdom and ADB’s Gender and Development Cooperation Fund to expand Women and Children Service Centers (WCSCs) to 15 additional districts.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide an additional $30 million loan to the Government of Nepal to scale up the upgrading of the Gautam Buddha Airport (GBA) in Bhairahawa into an international airport with higher air safety standards.
Promoting an enabling business environment and political stability are key to improving economic performance in Nepal, says a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.