This report highlights the results of Asian Development Bank (ADB) operations to support regional cooperation and integration (RCI) completed during 2017–2020.
Migrant workers are essential to economic and social development across the Greater Mekong Subregion. They compensate for a growing shortage of labor and contribute substantially towards the economic well-being of many households through remittances.
The Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Program (CCESP) seeks to support the six countries of the GMS in realizing economic development that is environmentally sound and climate resilient.
This report explores how regional cooperation and integration (RCI) can be enhanced in Asia and the Pacific to help the region build back resiliently and sustainably from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
This is the inaugural newsletter issue for the GMS Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Program. It features the Inception Workshop and the key findings from the draft Inception Report as it awaits final approval from ADB. The newsletter also focuses on the recent UN conferences on biodiversity (COP15) and climate change (COP26), and how these relate to the CCESP and the GMS countries' respective goals.
This newsletter by the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Program (SAFSP) presents the latest activities and developments in GMS agriculture cooperation. Read about how the ADB funded TA 9916 Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Program (SAFSP) has been designed to assist the GMS countries to tackle key climate change challenges to their agricultural sectors, the latest knowledge product on COVID-19 Food Security Response and Recovery Actions in the GMS, progress on harmonized FSQ standards, and more.
This joint publication explores how big data and digitalization can support sustainable tourism development and help revitalize and reshape the sector as it emerges from the pandemic.
This publication identifies investment approaches, opportunities, and finance mechanisms in Southeast Asia that can promote and catalyze funds for a sustainable ocean economy.
An ADB project improved living conditions in three cities in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China, to help unlock their potential as strategic regional transport corridors.