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Jargon hurts the poor | Asian Development Blog

Jargon hurts the poor | Asian Development Blog | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
Gender-sensitive multi-sectoral capacity building facilitates knowledge sharing and engages stakeholders in inclusive green growth.
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Crossing the great divide: Convincing others of what works to address poverty | Asian Development Blog

Crossing the great divide: Convincing others of what works to address poverty | Asian Development Blog | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab just marked its tenth year anniversary on the MIT campus outside Boston with a one day event which drew over 1200 participants from all over the world. 
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Three Decades of Development Partnership: Royal Government of Bhutan and Asian Development Bank | Asian Development Bank

Three Decades of Development Partnership: Royal Government of Bhutan and Asian Development Bank | Asian Development Bank | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
This publication provides an overview of development effectiveness and relevance of ADB’s Bhutan program during the last 30 years, and how it has contributed to enhancing the lives of the Bhutanese people.
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Bhutan Hydropower Plant to Avoid Fossil Fuel Emissions, Earn Carbon Credits | Asian Development Bank

Bhutan Hydropower Plant to Avoid Fossil Fuel Emissions, Earn Carbon Credits | Asian Development Bank | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
In Bhutan's Dagana District, the 126 megawatt Dagachhu Hydropower Plant is contributing to environmentally sustainable development both at home and abroad.
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Tapping into Bhutan's Hydropower | Asian Development Bank

In generating clean, renewable energy from mountain streams, the run-of-the-river Dagachhu hydropower plant in southwestern Bhutan will reap benefits for the local community, neighboring India, and the South Asia region.

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World has enough food for all, but it does not reach everyone - Hindustan Times

World has enough food for all, but it does not reach everyone - Hindustan Times | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
World has enough food for all, but it does not reach everyone Hindustan Times We in India and South Asia are likely to see half a billion people in the Himalaya-Hindu Kush region being seriously affected as a result of melting of glaciers due to...
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Savoring Aromatic Chinese Tea | Asian Development Bank

Savoring Aromatic Chinese Tea | Asian Development Bank | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
Tea connoisseurs can now easily savor one of the finest teas in the world as Greater Mekong Subregion Route 3 opens up access to land cultivating tea leaves in remote southeast PRC.
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Driving Development Along Ancient Mekong Trade Route
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Universal Health Coverage – the Holy Grail for equitable health outcomes? | Asian Development Blog

Universal Health Coverage – the Holy Grail for equitable health outcomes? | Asian Development Blog | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
Director-General of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, describes Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as ‘the most powerful concept that public health has to offer’.
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Bhutan’s Hydropower Sector: 12 Things to Know | Asian Development Bank

Bhutan’s Hydropower Sector: 12 Things to Know | Asian Development Bank | Development in Asia | Scoop.it
Hydropower generation and exports are key elements of Bhutan’s economy and essential to clean energy development in South Asia. Here are 12 things to know about the hydropower sector.
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