Scaling up ecotourism in Mongolia requires a multi-sector approach that carefully balances conservation and development.
Blog posts on "Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction"
A domestic violence hotline is helping Mongolian women see a brighter future without violence against them.
Changing gender stereotypes in Mongolia is about aiming for subtle shifts in the tectonic plates of gender equality.
Microfinance provides post-disaster relief and support quickly, reduces the cost of recovery financing, reduces aid dependency, and builds long-term resilience.
The same spirit of cooperation we saw this week in Frankfurt will continue next year at ADB’s 50th Annual Meeting in Yokohama, Japan.
One year on, how is the country recovering from the colossal destruction of the 2015 earthquake?
An ADB-funded soap opera became hugely popular on Mongolian TV in 2015 – and helped change people’s financial behavior.
We hope to restore school enrollment rates, return household incomes to pre-quake levels, and teach village development committees how to cope with disaster risks.
ADB is piloting in Bhutan a web-based gender monitoring system to track the progress of gender mainstreaming efforts in national government agencies, the first of its kind in the region.