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|13 Oct 2014||
News from Country Offices
47019-001 MANILA, PHILIPPINES — A new $2 million grant will support South Asia’s push to slow the spread of livestock diseases like foot and mouth and avian flu which have caused billions of dollars of losses to farmers and economies in recent years. “Farm animals are an essential source of food and income, and are...
|12 Nov 2010||
$108M Rural Infrastructure Project to Spur Growth and Reduce Poverty in Bangladesh Bangladesh, with support from ADB, is stepping up efforts to upgrade rural roads and market facilities to improve growth and livelihood opportunities, and to cut poverty in underdeveloped areas...
|28 Sep 2009||
ADB Funds to Improve Health and Environment Services in Bangladesh Two ADB loans and one technical assistance will improve the living standards of Bangladesh's city dwellers, especially the urban poor. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Two Asian Development...
|29 Nov 2007||
Japan and ADB Helping Bangladesh Prepare Urban Health Care Program Japan and the Asian Development Bank are assisting Bangladesh in laying the groundwork for a proposed urban health care program. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Japan and the Asian Development...
|25 Oct 2006||
Improving Access to Water Supply and Sanitation in Bangladesh's Small Towns ADB will help provide sustainable access to improved and safe water supply and sanitation services to about 1.6 million people in 16 towns in Bangladesh through a US$41 million loan...
|31 May 2005||
ADB to Help Boost Urban Health in Bangladesh ADB will help improve the health status of Bangladesh's urban population, especially the poor, in six city corporations and five municipalities by providing a package of high-impact health services, through a US$40 million loan and...
|28 Jun 2010||
Residents in the Chittagong Hill Tracts communities of Bangladesh are piping their way out of disease and poverty. Residents in the Chittagong Hill Tracts communities of Bangladesh are piping their way out of disease and poverty. Paglimukh Village, Bangladhesh – "I've spent most of my life here...
|16 Mar 2009||
29282 Address by Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, ADB Vice President, at the South Asia Regional Ministerial Meeting, Colombo, Sri Lanka Introduction Distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen: thank you very much for the opportunity to address all of you on behalf of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Foremost, let me...