Concept Note for the Inception Workshop - Development Account Project on Strengthening capacities in countries with special needs to accelerate progress towards achieving the MDGs, 15-16 May 2014, Bangkok, Thailand.
List of presentations from Session 1 (Gender in statistics: current data base for gender indicators) of the workshop on the Regional Consultative Workshop to Develop a Framework and Core Set of Gender Statistics and Indicators in Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, 4-6 November 2013.
- Gender in statistics: current data base for gender indicators
The presentation was given by ESCAP Statistics Division.
- Gender in statistics: current data base for gender indicators - Group work (flip charts)
A group work (flip charts) from the workshop
Agenda of the Joint ADB/ESCAP SDMX Capacity Building Initiative: Meeting with the National Statistical Office of Thailand (NSO), the Bank of Thailand (BOT) and the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) 28-30 April 2014, Bangkok
This guidebook is intended to provide port planners with basic practical information on EIA of port development. It therefore includes a checklist of potential adverse effects of port development and operation, mitigating actions, methods of prediction, information on environmental indicators and regulations on their permissible levels. However, in many cases the studying of more detailed literature is advised.
Public participation increases the likelihood that services provided by public agencies reflect the needs of people and ensures that development benefits are more equitably shared. This publication is designed as a practical guide for planners and researchers for participatory approaches in planning and policy development for transport systems. It provides information on the organization of a participatory process and how it can be analyzed, synthesized and used in the preparation of plans or policy formulation.
This is the document on Working draft of an intergovernmental agreement on dry ports discussed in Subregional Meeting on the Development of Intergovernmental Agreement on Dry Ports (available in English and Russian) on 7-8 July 2011 in Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic.
The analysis revealed that the region is greatly reliant upon trans‐border terrestrial fiber optic connectivity, which places it at a distinct competitive disadvantage relative to coastal markets, which benefit from submarine fiber optic cable systems offering higher capacity, greater cost effectiveness, and more extensive reach than the region’s existing terrestrial connectivity. With the exception of the Russian Federation, none of the countries in this study have oceanic coastlines.
These presentations are from the inter-regional Workshop on Energy Efficiency Investment Projects Pipeline (GEE21 BKK 2014). They are part of Session 6: National Presentations and Dialogue on energy efficiency investment project proposal.
- Mr. James Shiyou Zuo, GUOZHI Energy (Shangai) Co. LTD
- Mr. Tienan Li, Center for Industrial Energy Efficiency
- Mr. Felix Richard Cordova, Edward Marcs Phils Inc.
- Ms. Michelle Cordova, Edward Marcs Phils Inc.
These presentations were delivered at the Inter-regional Workshop on Energy Efficiency Investment Projects Pipeline (GEE21 BKK 2014), Session 5: National Presentations and Dialogue on energy efficiency investment project proposal.
- Mr. Yeldos Abakanov, JSC "Kazakhstan Centre of modernization and development of utilities"
- Ms. Tatyana Nemtsan, "Akbota" Foundation
- Mr. Serik Turchekenov, JSC "Kazakhenergyexpertise"
These presentations are from the Inter-regional Workshop on Energy Efficiency Investment Projects Pipeline (GEE21 BKK 2014) Session 4. They are part of the National Presentations and Dialogue on energy efficiency investment project proposal
- Mr. Ruslan Rudenko, Prodmarket plc
- Mr. Oleksander Hrytsyk, State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine (SAEE)
Republic of Moldova:
- Mr. Denis Tumuruc, Energy Efficiency Agency of the Republic of Moldova