With ADB’s help, reforms to reduce air pollution and protect human health were implemented in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
An ADB project improved living conditions in three cities in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China, to help unlock their potential as strategic regional transport corridors.
About 195,400 farmers in poor, drought-prone counties in Qinghai province, People's Republic of China can now enjoy affordable irrigation thanks to the loan funded by ADB and capacity development technical assistance funded by the Multidonor Trust Fund under the Water Financing Partnership Facility.
An ADB power transmission project expanded electricity access to more than 24,095 households, including 8,832 poor households in the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
With girls in Mongolia spending more time online and falling prey to cyber harassment, an ADB technical assistance is providing digital and crowdsourcing approaches to prevent new forms of gender-based violence, increase reporting, and hold predators accountable.
ADB's $588 million investment program aims to improve climate resilience of agricultural infrastructure in Cambodia.
To enhance inland water transport in People's Republic of China’s Hunan Province, ADB helped finance the construction of a navigation–cum–hydropower complex, an inland port, and landing stations in remote rural areas.
ADB's support for Lao PDR’s Health Sector Governance Program helped the government move toward its goal of universal health care by 2025 and improved delivery of health services, particularly for the poor, women, and children.
ADB’s European Representative Office works with the bank’s 17 European member countries to facilitate the application of European expertise to ADB projects in developing member countries, such as the Balakot Hydropower Development Project in Pakistan.