Cofinanced Projects and Case Studies
These case studies highlight successful cofinanced projects which demonstrate development impacts, best practice, and innovation across Asia and the Pacific.
Energy flows where attention goes: European expertise in PakistanADB’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.
Solar power from the rooftops in Sri LankaRooftops across Sri Lanka are harnessing solar power that is contributing to the country’s clean energy mix and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Internet connectivity in the time of COVID-19 Kacific1, built with financing from ADB and its Leading Asia’s Private Infrastructure Fund, is a next generation satellite that is providing affordable internet connections to remote and far-flung communities in the Asia and Pacific region.
A newly completed bus rapid transit system is transforming lives of people in Peshawar, PakistanA bus rapid transit system in Pakistan established with financing by ADB and Agence Française de Développement is improving lives in Peshawar, Pakistan.
European expertise supports Papua New Guinea’s maritime safetyWith over 600 islands spanning a total sea area of 3.1 million square kilometers and 65% of its population lives in coastal areas, Papua New Guinea (PNG) relies heavily on its network of coastal shipping services.
Reliable Electricity Supply Gives New Lease on Life to Nepal’s Villages ADB projects in Nepal are strengthening the nation's electricity transmission system while improving people's lives at the grassroots level.
In Viet Nam, Government and Farmers Find New Ways to Manage Climate ChangeNew laws, policies, training centers—and plenty of infrastructure upgrades like water pumps and irrigations systems—are helping Vietnamese farmers deal with the challenges of weather, geography, and climate change.
New Way to Lend and Borrow in Papua New GuineaReforms that will expand the use of moveable property, such as vehicles and crops, as collateral could transform the way small businesses and lenders operate in Papua New Guinea.
Lao PDR Weaves a Renewable Energy FutureIn the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, hydropower engineering, communication, and traditional weaving all make critical contributions to developing one of the country’s key economic assets.
State-of-the-art Technology Boosts Energy Efficiency, Saves Money at One of Uzbekistan’s Largest PlantsTwo new high-efficiency combined cycle gas turbines at the Talimarjan power plant in southern Uzbekistan will help modernize the country’s energy infrastructure, free up resources for investment, and produce surplus electricity for export.