ADB supports the Philippines’ recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic through its country partnership strategy 2018–2023 — focusing on infrastructure investment, local economic development, and social investments.
Boosting female participation in digital and financial technologies through science, technology, engineering, and math education will help overcome gender biases in the workforce and business environment of Asia and the Pacific.
Retail bonds provide stability, attract individual investors, and support financial literacy in Asia's growing bond market.
A supportive ecosystem for startups has been established in the Philippines, providing a platform for the development of innovative enterprises, according to a new report by ADB.
This report assesses the current ecosystem for tech startups in the Philippines, focusing on four sectors: climate change, education, agriculture, and health.
ADB is helping the Government of the Philippines address poverty and inequality, tackle climate change, enhance resilience and sustainability, make cities more livable, improve governance and institutional capacity, and promote gender equality. It has embarked on groundbreaking infrastructure investments in the country to boost regional connectivity. It aims to assist the government in achieving a sustainable and climate-responsive economic recovery through quality employment and livelihood opportunities, improved access to social services, enhanced food security, and reduced vulnerability to epidemics and natural disasters.
Once completed, the South Commuter Railway—a section of the North-South Commuter Railway—will offer commuters fast public transport, help to ease road traffic congestion, and contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Philippines’ climate agenda.
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The Philippines Country Office (PhCO) was established to facilitate and monitor the impact of ADB's development agenda for the Philippines. We aim to
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Last updated: 3 January 2023