No matter the urban pressures in Asia and Pacific, governments and their partners must provide spaces for communities to play and interact.
Blog posts on "social inclusion"
With Strategy 2030, ADB has a crucial chance to make a difference in achieving a better quality of growth in the region.
Informal settlers, water, and public transport are the three main challenges for Asia’s cities.
South Asia needs more gender equality and social inclusiveness in the energy sector.
Do you have ideas or solutions that can help us ensure women have better, cleaner energy access in the future? Please let us know.
Since beauty can be deceiving, we must take into consideration the root causes of fragility when doing development work in small Pacific island nations like Tuvalu.
We helped women in Nepal stop being seen as mere water fetchers, and empowered them to become true leaders within their communities.
There is no universal strategy for pursuing a triple bottom line of high, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth, but better governance is an imperative.
Providing a decent, secure and dignified way of life for the elderly is set to become one of the most pressing concerns facing policymakers in Asia in coming years.
Evidence-based strategies—the pragmatic pursuit of polices that worked—were at the front and center of developing Asia’s extraordinary success in raising living standards and reducing extreme poverty over the past two decades.