The ERO in Frankfurt, Germany develops and strengthens relations between ADB and its 17 European member countries.
Meet Çigdem Akın from Türkiye. Learn how her work as Principal Public Management Economist, leading projects in ADB’s developing member countries, helps build resilient, inclusive, and sustainable economies while recovering from the pandemic.
Learn how Emma Marsden, a Senior Environment Specialist from the United Kingdom, is making an impact in the energy sector of Asia and the Pacific.
Through its membership with a multilateral organization such as ADB, Finland has been able to reach out to almost half of the world and drive ADB’s work on education.
Learn how Giovanni Verlini, a Principal Communications Specialist from Italy, is making an impact in Asia and the Pacific region through his work in multimedia and communications.
ERO acts as a liaison between ADB’s Headquarters in Manila and policymakers and major stakeholders in 17 European members. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, ERO works to:
Project Results and Case Studies
Surrounded by the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus mountains, a reliable and efficient transport system is key to Azerbaijan’s economy. As the largest economy in the South Caucasus, the country has been mostly dependent on oil and natural gas exports that are vulnerable to price shocks.
Bangladesh embraces the world’s largest river delta but is in dire need of drinkable water.
Famously known for its deserts and steppes, Mongolia is actually a forest nation too. Boreal forests cover 14.2 million hectares or 9% of this vast country. Compared with tropical forests, boreal forests store twice as much carbon per hectare, much of it below ground.
Uzbekistan, with its over 33 million inhabitants, plays a key role in the economic development of Central Asia. Over the past few decades, the double-landlocked country has undergone a remarkable transition from a former Soviet state to a market-based econ
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