Ahead of World Toilet Day, the facts and figures of toilets (or improved sanitation) speak for themselves.
Let us correct this myth and discuss what is needed to support inclusive business models for health care in Asia and the Pacific.
We need to design hospitals to anticipate people’s future needs and deliver sustainable, inclusive, and resilient care.
Improving electricity supply to rural health facilities is critical to deliver quality health care across developing Asia.
Addressing accountability opens the doors for wider governance reforms for stronger health systems in Asia and the Pacific.
The risk of contracting antimicrobial-resistant bacteria or emerging infectious diseases is higher in Asia than anywhere else in the world.
ADB’s health bond opens the door to badly needed long-term financing for health projects in Asia and the Pacific.
Investing in sexual and reproductive health is not only the right thing to do – it benefits women, families, and the entire economy.
Here are a few highlights from ADB’s new Operational Plan for Health 2015-2020 launched today.
The current H7N9 avian influenza (bird flu) that has infected 108 cases and claimed 22 lives, and that has just spread outside People’s Republic of China (PRC) as of 24 April 2013 should be a stern reminder that global (and regional) health threats continue to loom large.