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- Built to Last: Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project, PRC May 24, 2017ADB helped clean up Suzhou Creek in central Shanghai in the early 2000s. The waterway is now a green artery and no longer a health hazard to the three million people who live on its banks.
- Water Safety Planning for Urban Water Utilities: Practical Guide for ADB Staff May 22, 2017This handbook provides guidance on integrating the Water Safety Plan approach into ADB's urban water projects to facilitate compliance with global good practices.
- ADB Supports Urban Services Improvement in Central India May 19, 2017ADB has approved a $275 million loan to help support and improve urban services delivery among poor communities, particularly on water supply and sanitation, in Madhya Pradesh in central India.
- Ending Water Scarcity in Sri Lanka's Dry Zone May 17, 2017This brief discusses ADB's project supporting a major government water resources project in Sri Lanka to divert untapped water from the Mahaweli River.
- Measuring Water Use with Remote Sensing May 17, 2017This brief discusses remote sensing technology as a powerful tool in understanding basin water resources.
- Financing Asian Irrigation: Choices Before Us May 11, 2017By 2050, agriculture will need to produce 100% more food in developing countries. Improved irrigation productivity and greater financial sustainability are critical.
- ADB President Calls for New Infrastructure Investment as Part of ADB's Long-Term Strategy May 6, 2017More infrastructure investments are needed to support growth in Asia and the Pacific and combat climate change, ADB President Takehiko Nakao said in his opening address at the 50th Annual Meeting of ADB’s Board of Governors.
- Built to Last: Sha tin Sewage Treatment Project, Hong Kong, China April 18, 2017Approved in 1976, the project was implemented to provide sewage treatment facilities to a population of 226,000 in Sha Tin and Ma On Shan. Commissioned in December 1982, the Sha Tin Sewerage Treatment Works (STSTW) was progressively expanded and now serves about 630,000 people and is the largest secondary sewage treatment works in Hong Kong, China.
- Clean Water Brings Hygiene and Happiness in Nepal's Small Towns April 18, 2017Clean drinking water is giving small towns across Nepal a new lease on life, as ADB joins forces with the government in a ground-breaking scheme that sees consumers taking a direct stake in local water agencies.
- Built to Last: Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project, PRC April 11, 2017Approved in May 2000, the Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project was implemented to address the pollution suffered by the creek through the years. A key transport channel for industries along its banks, it also serves as drainage for raw industrial and city wastewater of Shanghai.
- Built to Last: Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project, PRC May 24, 2017
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