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ADB Cooperation with Civil Society Annual Reports

The Annual Report of Civil Society Cooperation of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) details the work that ADB has done in during the year in collaboration with civil society.

  • ADB Cooperation with Civil Society:  Annual Report 2006
    1 Feb 2007

    ADB Cooperation with Civil Society: Annual Report 2006

    In 2006, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) cooperated extensively with a broad range of civil society organizations (CSOs), including community-based organizations (CBOs), water users associations (WUAs), professional associations, research institutes, labor unions, and various nongovernment organizations (NGOs) throughout its operations. This report provides highlights of ADB's deepening interaction with civil society in pursuit of poverty reduction in the Asia and Pacific region.
  • 1 Apr 2006

    ADB Cooperation with Civil Society: Annual Report 2005

    This report provides an overview of ADB cooperation with CSOs during 2005, highlighting numerous examples from projects, programs, and policies. Taken together, it shows that collaboration with civil society has become firmly rooted in ADB's operations, and occurs through a diverse range of interactions.
  • 1 Feb 2006

    Sharing Expertise, ADB and Civil Society Impact Report 2004

    The Impact Report presents how ADB cooperated with NGOs, including civil society organizations (CSOs) in 2004. The paper provides details on civil society engagement in designing and implementing projects, formulating policy and strategy, building capacity, and holding regular dialogue with the ADB.
  • 1 Dec 2004

    ADB-NGO Cooperation: Annual Report of Activities for 2002-2003

    The ADB-NGO Cooperation Annual Report of Activities for 2002-2003 provides information on ADB's interaction and collaboration with NGOs for the past two years. This report provides detailed information on how ADBs collaborated with NGOs in various aspects of its operations.
  • 1 Feb 2002

    2001 Report on ADB-NGO Cooperation

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) acknowledges nongovernment organizations (NGOs) as significant actors in development, on both the operational and advocacy levels. The report reviews areas in which ADB engages NGOs, and provides recommendations on retaining, strengthening, or modifying institutional arrangements, as well as on creating new structures and mechanisms, to promote more effective ADB-NGO cooperation.
  • 1 Nov 2000

    Report of the Task Force on Institutional Arrangements for Cooperation with Nongovernment Organizations

    The report provides recommendations on retaining, strengthening, or modifying existing institutional arrangements and on creating new structures and mechanisms to promote and support more effective ADB-NGO cooperation.
  • 1 Feb 2000

    1999 NGO Report

    The report reviews areas in which ADB engages NGOs, and provides recommendations on retaining, strengthening, or modifying institutional arrangements, as well as on creating new structures and mechanisms, to promote more effective ADB-NGO cooperation.
  • 1 Apr 1999

    Cooperation Between the ADB and NGOs: Report of 1998 Activities

    Reviews areas in which ADB engages NGOs, and provides recommendations on retaining, strengthening, or modifying institutional arrangements, as well as on creating new structures and mechanisms, to promote more effective ADB-NGO cooperation.
  • 1 Apr 1998

    1997 NGO Report

    This report discusses aspects of the Bank's cooperation with NGOs in three levels, and presents a selection of issues which the Bank must face as it improves and expands its relationship with NGOs.
  • 1 Feb 1997

    Cooperation Between the Asian Development Bank and Non-Governmental Organizations: 1996 Report

    Since 1987, cooperation between that Bank and NGOs has expanded significantly and has related to many aspects of the Bank's operations. This report presents the different ways in which the Bank had cooperated with NGOs during 1996.

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