Only when green finance is mainstreamed into financing will infrastructure projects be good value for money, as well as good for the environment.
Mekong governments need to create an enabling environment for public-private partnerships in infrastructure. Here are 4 ways to get the job done.
A simple village-level energy project can improve the living standards and productivity of community members. Getting one off the ground is easier than you think.
Using country systems for procurement and safeguards, a first for ADB in India, recognizes the country’s remarkable progress over the past 30 years.
Vice-President Stephen Groff discusses the role of public-private partnerships, connectivity, and renewable energy in helping PNG meet its development goals.
The money is there for the taking. But the problem is limited supply of bankable infrastructure projects in the region.
Ayumi Konishi, Director General for East Asia, discusses ADB’s new Country Partnership Strategy for Mongolia.
ADB’s health bond opens the door to badly needed long-term financing for health projects in Asia and the Pacific.
The success of development finance should also be measured by the amount of private finance it can catalyze.
Vice-President Stephen Groff looks back on the Thailand-ADB relationship, and outlines areas for future cooperation.