Examining the significance of gender mainstreaming in sustainable infrastructure development in Asia and the Pacific, highlighting the current gaps and challenges and showcasing ESCAP's commitment to advancing gender equality in infrastructure projects.
Enhancing climate-resilient infrastructure investment in Asia and the Pacific is crucial due to the region's unprecedented temperature changes caused by global warming, but faces challenges such as a significant financing gap and difficulty attracting private sector investment.
UNESCAP Working Paper
A regional study based on a survey conducted amongst 20 developing economies and member States of the Infrastructure Financing and PPP Network of Asia and the Pacific examining common strategies and practices adopted for their PPP systems
This book takes stock of the infrastructure financing landscape in Asia and the Pacific, and proposes new strategic approaches and emphases to infrastructure financing, based on three complementary pillars
This report examines the progress in the implementation of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda agreed at the Third International Conference on Financial for Development in Asia and the Pacific and highlights the importance of the private sectors to increase the available financing for infrastructure projects, climate financing, and micro, small, and medium enterprises
Given that the Asia-Pacific region’s infrastructure investment requirement is immense and public resources are limited, it is important to carefully design financing strategies to fill the existing gaps and meet future infrastructure demand
BUILDING CANADA'S COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL WITH SOUTHEAST ASIA: ALIGNING DFATD'S ASEAN AGENDA WITH CANADA'S NEXT GENERATION PRIORITY MARKETS
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Research Proposal
A research project examining the effectiveness of DFATD's agenda for ASEAN at building commercial relations with next-generation priority markets in the region