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  • 15 Jan 2019

    Indonesia: Infrastructure Reform Sector Development Program (Subprograms 1, 2, and 3, and an Infrastructure Project Development Facility)

    As a sector development program, it would introduce relevant reforms that would result in higher demand for and implementation of public–private partnerships (PPPs) across a range of sectors in Indonesia. The project loan would establish an infrastructure project development facility (IPDF), which would alleviate one of the most critical constraints impeding infrastructure development, namely, the lack of adequate project preparation.
  • 14 Jan 2019

    Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Azerbaijan

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) program in Azerbaijan over 2011–2017 consisted of 47 lending and nonlending operations totaling $5.1 billion: 21 sovereign loans and guarantees, 10 nonsovereign loans, and 16 technical assistance projects.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    Uzbekistan: Water Supply and Sanitation Services Investment Program (Project 2)

    The Water Supply and Sanitation Services Investment Program (WSSSIP) was approved when ADB and the government signed the financing framework for a $300 million multitranche financing facility (MFF) on 28 August 2009. The MFF would fund urban water supply and sanitation infrastructure development in eight of Uzbekistan’s 13 regions. The MFF was to be delivered through four tranches. Project 1 with a $60 million loan, covered investments in Bukhara and Navoi provinces and became effective on 21 April 2010.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    Nepal: Emergency Flood Damage Rehabilitation Project

    The project was funded by a grant of $25.6 million from ADB’s Asian Development Fund. It aimed at (i) restoring economic activities in three districts: Kailali and Kanchanpur in the far western region, and Sunsari in the eastern region and (ii) improving access to livelihoods and basic infrastructure for an estimated 300,000 people affected by the flooding through direct support to revive agriculture and other income-generating livelihood options.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    Uzbekistan: Water Resource Management Sector Project

    The project was designed to address the declining irrigation efficiency by rehabilitating and upgrading selected irrigation systems—pump stations and related inter-farm canals—in the Fergana Valley and Zarafshan River Basin in Uzbekistan, and through improved water management. The need for rehabilitation and upgrading stemmed from the lack of investment and inadequate maintenance. The project adopted a sector approach, taking a holistic view of the main issues affecting the irrigation sector, from intake to farm level.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    People’s Republic of China: Liaoning Small Cities and Towns Development Demonstration Sector Project

    The project sought to promote sustainable economic development in seven of Liaoning Province’s small cities and towns by constructing and upgrading road infrastructure and water supply, stormwater and wastewater reticulation, and environmental improvement. The project was expected to help attract investment and in-migration from rural areas. It was also intended to provide employment opportunities and training to reduce unemployment and poverty levels in the province, and to improve institutional capacity management.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    Bhutan: Urban Infrastructure Development Project

    The Government of Bhutan requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to provide financial and technical assistance to improve urban infrastructure and services in Bhutan’s two largest cities, Thimphu and Phuentsholing, particularly in the cities’ newly expanded areas.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    India: Uttarakhand Power Sector Investment Program–Tranche 2

    The $300 million multitranche financing facility (MFF) Uttaranchal Power Sector Investment Program (India) was approved in 2006, with four tranches, aiming to support clean energy development,  transmission system expansion, and capacity building. It was to be implemented over 7 years up to January 2013, each with a 5-year utilization period. The MFF financing modality was requested by the Government of India and the Government of Uttarakhand.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    India: Uttarakhand Power Sector Investment Program–Tranche 3

    The $300 million Multitranche Financing Facility (MFF) Uttaranchal Power Sector Investment Program (India) was utilized to finance part of the Uttarakhand Power Sector Investment Program (UPSIP) in four tranches. Approved in 2006, the UPSIP comprised clean power generation, transmission system expansion and distribution, as well as capacity building.  The MFF was to be implemented over 7 years and completed by January 2013, with each loan agreement having a utilization period of 5 years. The MFF financing modality was requested by the Government of India and the Government of Uttarakhand.
  • 28 Dec 2018

    People’s Republic of China: Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Environment Improvement Project

    The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR), a province in the People's Republic of China, suffered severe air pollution due to its heavy reliance on coal as the primary fuel for industry and residential consumption. In 2004, only 7 of 21 areas in IMAR met the national air quality standards. The project aimed for an efficient, safe, and reliable gas and heating supply and wastewater treatment systems that conserved energy and water resources in the project areas.

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