While electricity may ease the burden of housework, it does not decrease the overall workload of women.
The 36-meter concrete bridge has improved access to health and education services as well as created new business opportunities for local people in central Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka is an excellent example of how it makes good economic sense for the public sector to drive private sector development in Asia and the Pacific.
It’s an inevitable process to harness the power of the digital revolution in education programs.
If investors are not keen on local SMEs, venture capital firms will struggle to find the exit door.
Hugely affected by climate change, Sri Lanka is taking bold action against it. ADB and UNDP are helping develop a strategy that can be replicated elsewhere.
We learned in Sri Lanka that the most effective development projects not only provide new solutions to old problems, but also adapt to changing circumstances.
It's time for Sri Lankan banks to do more to support SMEs and infrastructure development.
Sri Lanka is making progress on improving public TVET, but IT courses have yet to generate the needed employment opportunities.
Over-the-counter derivatives allow investors and lenders to price and structure tailor-made funding arrangements to promote long-term infrastructure finance.