The country is on the right path toward realizing the potential of digitization in its health sector.
Here are 4 ways to make urban residents healthier in Asia and the Pacific.
An project cofinanced by ADB is starting to make progress on expanding health coverage to underserved rural areas.
On World AIDS Day, it’s time to share where ADB blog readers think we should invest in to achieve future zero transmission of HIV/AIDS in the region.
If the test is successful, an ADB project will help set up a post-accident response initiative that can be scaled up in Madhya Pradesh and beyond.
Expect more focus on preventing diseases, investing in mass-produced standardized care for all, and advancing health care frontiers through customized care for the individual.
Even when women do have access to a toilet, it is rarely equitable, as most public toilets fail to account for women’s needs.
Ahead of World Toilet Day, the facts and figures of toilets (or improved sanitation) speak for themselves.
Pollution is a silent killer that can lead to cancer, many other chronic diseases, and even impact infant brain development.
Addressing accountability opens the doors for wider governance reforms for stronger health systems in Asia and the Pacific.