ICT provides countries in Asia and the Pacific the opportunity to transform teaching, learning, and management practices in schools.
It is our responsibility too to protect wildlife and maintain the balance of nature in the face of smuggling.
Despite notable progress, economic corridors remain a work in progress due to key constraints to their future development in the Greater Mekong Subregion.
As world leaders gather this weekend in New York to officially adopt the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, 6 questions come to mind.
Asia is going through sweeping transformations that have altered its economic landscape in fundamental ways.
Meeting the region's clean energy needs will help Asian countries grow without compromising their climate commitments.
While only 19% of urban dwellers lack access to adequate toilets, a daunting 50% face the same problem in rural areas.
For developing Asia to realize the potential of ICT in education, it must become an integral part of the learning and teaching process.
Where public sector management interventions have succeeded, results have often been transformative and with system-wide benefits.
The region’s infrastructure needs to reach a point where it can support higher levels of sustainable growth.