Success Stories

Pakistan's first oil terminal and distribution facility provides safe, efficient, and smooth handling of the country's fuel requirements.

The legal system in Pakistan is changing, thanks to an ADB-supported program that makes it easier for poor people, especially poor women, to access justice.

When VANG Thi Bich and her family were relocated to the Huoi Long resettlement site in Lai Chau province in Viet Nam in 2005 to make way for the Son La hydropower project, much of their way of life changed.

Rehabilitation of Afghanistan's roads and highways, destroyed by decades of conflict, improves access to markets, private investment, and foreign trade.

Compressed natural gas has been around since the 1980s. Through an ADF-supported project, it has finally taken off in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Hope, confidence, progress, and peace of mind are just some of the benefits Bangladeshi women received from a rural livelihood project.

Electricity is casting a new light into the remote areas of Bhutan. Now the people are healthier, more financially stable, and have brighter futures.

New school buildings are allowing the children of Cambodia to dream of a better life.

The Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, but provinces around it have limited access to safe water and sanitation. An ADB project is providing a solution.

While decentralization puts pressure for education on schools and communities; an ADB project encourages Indonesian parents to send their children to school.