Collecting sex-disaggregated data on asset ownership is an important step in achieving gender equality and empowerment of women and girls in Asia and the Pacific.
Blog posts on "Mongolia"
Central Asia is improving food safety measures to share with the world some of the more than 8000 plant species, as well as livestock, from the region.
In cities across Asia, air pollution levels are reaching alarming levels. There are workable solutions to cleaning up the air of the region’s urban areas but it will require resolve and innovation.
In Central Asia, it once took up to 58 hours and $318 for a cargo truck to cross a border. Countries in the region are working together to streamline the process for goods and services to move across borders.
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.
In the Mongolian capital, citizens need to know how to protect themselves from dangerous dirty air.
Big off-site urban sanitation operations should be complemented with smaller sanitation schemes in poor neighborhoods.
An ADB pilot study confirms that many women in parts of developing Asia still face barriers to owning assets like land or a house.
Ayumi Konishi, Director General for East Asia, discusses ADB’s new Country Partnership Strategy for Mongolia.