“Restoring Waterways of Ho Chi Minh City” paints a stark picture of the heavily polluted Tham Luong—Ben Cat Canal, which flows through 7 districts in Viet Nam’s largest city.
Join us in May 2024 as Georgia hosts the Asian Development Bank's 57th Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors in the capital city of Tblisi from 2 to 5 May 2024.
To achieve greenhouse gas emission by 20-25% by 2030, Thailand’s mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is needed with streamlined policies, product manufacturing, and infrastructure. ADB’s finance and knowledge supports create better understanding and opportunities of electric mobility.
In the town of Lekhnath in western Nepal a GeoViewer asset management system has been installed allowing the Water Users Committee to effectively manage and monitor their resources, plan maintenance and repairs, and keep track of asset performance in real-time.
Tourism is a very important aspect in Krabi, Thailand, where in the recent years has developed rapidly: their first step towards sustainability is by the use of e-boats in tours.
Water transportation is very important in lives of islanders such as for those in Batam, Indonesia - water is the main way of transporting people and goods. Using e-boats is advantageous in terms of cost efficiency and lessening pollution.
COVID-19 hit Mongolia's economy hard, especially micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises. ADB's technical assistance project empowered MSMEs in the Ger Areas of Ulaanbaatar to build their businesses and make them more resilient to economic shocks.
Thailand is setting up a sustainable finance ecosystem with regulatory frameworks, sustainable financial products, investor awareness, and international partnerships. This is essential for ASEAN to mobilize capitals at scale for green projects.
ADB-NDF Project Readiness Improvement Trust Fund helps prepare climate resilient infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia to be shovel ready, innovative, and catalytic. Watch the PRI Fund video showing such support in Cambodia, featuring the Second Greater Mekong Subregion Tourism Infrastructure for Inclusive Growth Project (TIIGP2).
Hoang Gia, a women-owned tourism company in Viet Nam that was benefited from the ADB’s “ COVID-19 Relief for women-led small and medium sized enterprises “project funded by We-Fi. With ADB support, Hoang Gia could only survived from the pandemic, but also expanded its business. The company has also been able to develop a long-term business strategy with new marketing approach for its sustainable development thanks to ADB- supported one-on-one business counselling program.
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