Afghanistan and ADB
ADB placed its regular assistance to Afghanistan on hold effective 15 August 2021. In 2022, ADB, through a special financing arrangement with the United Nations, provided basic human needs support to ensure food security and to sustain the delivery of essential health and education services for the Afghan people.
This report outlines how the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program could set up a disaster risk transfer facility to help members strengthen risk management.
Government financial aid is associated with a lower probability of a decline in family business income and a higher probability of adopting coping strategies.
Summarizing health care challenges in Central and West Asia, this publication explains how the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will help developing member countries with targeted support in the health sector.
Health, education, the labor force participation rate, and political empowerment of women significantly impact the digital financial inclusion of women.