Digital technology has boosted growth, expanded opportunities, and improved service delivery in much of the world. ADB's initiatives are empowering the poor to use digital technology to help lift themselves out of poverty.
Established in 2006 by the Republic of Korea, the fund contributes to poverty reduction in Asia and the Pacific by improving access to advanced technologies including information and communications technology and facilitating knowledge sharing and partnerships.
Strategy 2030 sets seven operational priorities, each having its own operational plan. The operational plans contribute to ADB’s vision to achieve prosperity, inclusion, resilience, and sustainability, and are closely aligned with Strategy 2030 principles and approaches.
This Digital Technology for Development Directional Guide provides the strategic direction of the Asian Development Bank for digital technology.
Director, Digital Technology for Development
Principal Public Management Specialist (e-Governance)
Senior Public Management Specialist (Digital Transformation)
Senior Digital Technology Specialist
Senior Digital Technology Specialist (Earth Observation)
Digital Technology Specialist (Data Analytics and Big Data)
Digital Technology Specialist (Cybersecurity and Data Privacy)
ICT Specialist (e-Applications)
Digital Technology Specialist