Project Results and Case Studies
Highlights of successful ADB projects and case studies on how to achieve their targets.
The gender results provide an overview of gender issues, design features, and implementation arrangements that contribute to achieving gender-related targets in ADB projects.
Families in Samoa are cleaning up their neighborhoods, adopting better sanitation practices, and living healthier lives.
As small and medium-sized businesses in the Kyrgyz Republic face an economic downturn, mobile phone technology and local banks are making access to finance easier.
Doing business in the Pacific is hard, but it’s a lot harder for women. Fortunately, sweeping reforms across the Pacific are creating an enabling environment for business and opening up opportunities for women.
Empowered women are taking the lead in bringing much needed urban improvements in pourashavas, or secondary towns, in Bangladesh.
Spreading information on how to adapt in the face of weather extremes is fast becoming an essential tool for Dhulikhel town in Nepal and other communities on the front line of climate change.
How do women influence local government spending so that it is more responsive to their needs and priorities? This remains a challenge in Nepal, as women lack social, political and economic power to influence decision making for the benefit of women, as well as men.
In the Philippine island of Bohol, cash grants from an ADB-supported project are helping the Ewican family support their children through school, and learn how to be more responsible citizens who are aware of their rights and those of others.
Những can thiệp được ADB hỗ trợ ở Tây Nguyên Việt Nam đã cải thiện đáng kể điều kiện sống của người dân cũng như cơ hội tiếp cận hỗ trợ về y tế, giảm tỷ lệ tử vong trẻ sơ sinh và truyền cảm hứng để Chính phủ theo đuổi chương trình bảo hiểm y tế cho toàn dân.
ADB-supported interventions in Viet Nam’s Central Highlands have significantly improved people’s well-being and access to medical help, reduced infant mortality, and inspired the government in its quest for universal health care coverage.
Wanpela nupela lain i kamap insait long Papua Niugini nau i wok long kisim gutpela samting long taim ol i kisim moa save long fainensol literesi na wok bilong ol maikrobenk.
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.