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.
The implementation of trade facilitation measures has a significant impact on overall manufactured exports.
This publication presents a comprehensive overview of the potential impact of climate change on Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) member countries. It assesses and recommends how CAREC member countries can collaborate to address climate change issues through regional cooperation.
ADB has placed its regular assistance to Afghanistan on hold effective 15 August 2021, but in 2022 supported the economic and social development of the Afghan people through a special arrangement with the United Nations to address basic human needs.
Building on best practices, this paper aims to provide direction for strengthening food safety systems in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation area to promote countries’ participation in regional and global food trade.