SMART health infrastructure takes into account universal coverage, climate change, aging populations, disaster resilience, and technology.
In a world where borders are blurring and becoming increasingly permeable, health coverage needs to be just as mobile.
To move forward on health financing in developing Asia, we need solutions as well as money.
The National Urban Health Mission aims to provide poor urban communities access to quality healthcare.
ADB’s health bond opens the door to badly needed long-term financing for health projects in Asia and the Pacific.
Better menstrual hygiene management is an imperative to empower women and girls in this region.
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.