This report examines how, in the new context of Strategy 2020, partnerships with civil society are playing this role as drivers of change. In the second section of Part I, the report outlines the methodology for measuring civil society participation in ADB operations. In Part II of the report, the narrative looks first at the role of CSOs at the policy level, and then at annual events and surveys with civil society participation. Next, it moves to examine the role of civil society in ADB operations at the project level. This section provides an in-depth analysis of the statistics of civil society participation in ADB-funded loans, grants, and related project preparatory technical assistance (PPTA), and then stand-alone technical assistance (TA). The analysis looks at civil society participation in projects approved in 2009 by region, sector, and theme for both sets of funding instruments.... through selective rural access, smallscale water resources interventions, and watershed management and community infrastructure works. ... Increasing Womena#39;s Participation in Infrastructure Works in Rural Bangladesh. ... including local implementing partnerNGOs (IPNGOs) already providing community infrastructure services in the Eastern Province, ... Lead NGO partners include Practical Action, a United Kingdombased NGO that has established a national NGO in Sri Lanka toanbsp;...
|Title||:||ADB Cooperation with Civil Society: Annual Report 2009|
|Author||:||Asian Development Bank|
|Publisher||:||Asian Development Bank - 2011-02-01|