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The rehabilitation of the largest reservoir in Cambodia, the Trapaing Thmar, has opened doors for new growth opportunities in the country’s northwest province of Banteay Meanchey and its neighboring areas.
A new landfill and wastewater treatment plant in Cambodia’s Pursat province offers climate-resilient solid waste and wastewater management to reduce contamination of the Tonle Sap, the country’s largest lake.
The rehabilitation of the Damnak Chheukrom Mega Irrigation System by ADB under its Greater Mekong Subregion Flood and Drought Risk Management and Mitigation Project is serving the needs of some 8,000 households in the country’s fourth largest province.
ADB arranged and syndicated a $173 million green financing package for PC1 Group Joint Stock Company and RENOVA, Inc. to finance the Lotus Wind Power Project, the first internationally-financed wind power project in Viet Nam.
ADB provided a loan of $22.9 million in 2018 to support affordable housing finance in Georgia. The ADB loan has helped 13,320 women heading rural households with home renovation requirements and empowered them to lead their families financially.
ADB-supported Women Entrepreneurship Development Centers in Kazakhstan have provided training and networking opportunities to around 7,000 women.
Approved in 2014 with initial grant funding of $5 million from ADB and additional grant financing of $750,000 from Australia, the project supports the commercial production and export of agricultural products and value-added agricultural products.
In this landlocked country of 3.4 million people, 42% of households with people with disabilities live in poverty, compared with 18% of households with persons without disabilities.
Bengaluru, capital of the southern state of Karnataka, is India’s fourth most populous and economically productive city. It is also the world’s fourth largest technology cluster.
In recent decades, Bangladesh has emerged as a leading textile exporter globally due to its low labor cost and high-quality products.
The various stages from country programming to project completion and evaluation are known collectively as ADB's project cycle.
ADB provides financing for projects that will effectively contribute to the economic and social development of the country concerned and have the strongest poverty reduction impact in conformity with the country and ADB strategies.