Asian Development Bank (ADB)
ADB was conceived amid the postwar rehabilitation and reconstruction of the early 1960s. The vision was of a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in the region - then one of the poorest in the world. The Philippines capital of Manila was chosen to host the new institution - the Asian Development Bank - which opened its doors on 19 December 1966, with 31 members to serve a predominantly agricultural region. Through the years, ADB's work and assistance levels has expanded alongside its membership as the region has undergone far-reaching changes.
- "Plastik Sulit”: Accelerating Circular Economy for Difficult Plastics in Indonesia
- Sustainable Management of the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem Programme
- CTI Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Sector
- Agusan River Basin Integrated Water Resources Management
- PAS Strengthening Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle of the Pacific - under the Pacific Alliance for Sustainability Program
- Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle-Southeast Asia (CTI-SEA)