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  • Tracker Request Form | ngoforumonadb

    ADB GAS & LNG PROJECT TRACKER ACCESS REQUEST FORM Name Country Organization Email Purpose of access to the tracker Submit Thank you for submitting! We will get back to you with you passcode.

  • ADB Public Information Policy Media | NGO Forum on ADB | Lungsod Quezon

    БОНКИ ОСИЁИ РУШДИ (БОР) Project Monitoring Energy Campaign Safeguards Public Information Policy Accountability Mechanism Strategy 2030 МОНИТОРИНГИ ЛОИҲА Latest News ADB Project Tracker Media Sign the 1M Petition WATCH Information Disclosure of Multilateral Development Banks in the New Era 6 May 2017 | Yokohama, Japan

  • Org Structure | NGO Forum on ADB

    ДАР БОРАИ МО Таърих | Сохтори шабака | Кумитаи байналмиллалӣ | Котиботи | Саволҳо СОХТМОНИ ТАШКИЛЙ Ҷаласаи солонаи форум Кумитаи байналмиллалӣ Мудири иҷроия Ҳамоҳангсоз оид ба тарғиби сиёсат барои БОР Ҳамоҳангсози таблиғи сиёсат барои AIIB Ҳамоҳангсози маъмурӣ ва молиявӣ Ҳамоҳангсози барнома оид ба алоқа Админ ва Корманди молия Нигоҳдории офис Кормандон

  • Bankwatch Archive | NGO Forum on ADB

    ЗАХИРАХО 2022 ​ December Special Issue September June Marc h 2021 ​ December September June March 2020 декабр сентябр июн март 2019 декабр сентябр июн март Дар ҷустуҷӯи як масъалаи кӯҳнаи Bankwatch? Нусхаи онро аз secretariat[at]forum-adb.org пурсед.

  • 1M Signatures for ADB Safeguards | ngoforumonadb

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  • Energy Events/Activites | NGO Forum on ADB | Lungsod Quezon

    БОНКИ ОСИЁИ РУШДИ (БОР) Project Monitoring Energy Campaign Safeguards Public Information Policy Accountability Mechanism Strategy 2030 МОНИТОРИНГИ ЛОИҲА Latest News Latest Publication ADB Project Tracker Latest Events/Activities Media CSOs from across the Asian Region urge the ADB to Stop Financing False Climate & Energy NGO Forum on ADB is hosting a virtual press conference in the midst of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)’s Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) 2022. ​ We invite you to join us as civil society groups from across the Asian region collectively urge the ADB to stop financing false climate and energy solutions that undermine inclusive and sustainable community-centered just transitions Read Press Release

  • Strat Plan | NGO Forum on ADB

    Нақшаи Стратегӣ 2020 Форуми созмонҳои ғайридавлатӣ оид ба БОР тасмим гирифтааст, ки “Харитаи роҳ ба маъракаи стратегӣ барои солҳои 2014-2020: сӯи тағйироти пойдор ва системавӣ”-и худро амалӣ кунад. ​ Дар шаш соли оянда Форум хоҳад дид, ки дар доираи БОР тағйироти системавӣ ба амал оварад ва бо тавсеаи муштариёни худ, то онҳо бо масъулияти бештар ба эҳтиёҷоти рушд ва заминаҳои маҳаллии ҷомеаҳои Осиё посух диҳанд. аз номи одамони зарардида, ки осебпазирии онҳо аз ҷониби барномаи каҷшудаи рушди БОР зиёд шудааст. Нуқтаи марказии Гурӯҳҳои корӣ ва созмонҳои узв таҳкими овоз ва тавонмандии камбизоатҳо, занон, гурӯҳҳои этникӣ ва бахшҳои маҳдудшуда мебошад. Раванди банақшагирӣ Форум стратегияи чаҳорчӯба, нақшаи маърака ва тарҳи ташкилии худро моҳи декабри соли 2012 тавассути ҷаласаи омодагӣ дар Бангкоки Таиланд оғоз кард. Пас аз баргузории вохӯриҳои кишвар ва минтақавӣ ин раванд моҳи ноябри соли 2013 тавассути семинари амалӣ дар Силанг, Кавити Филиппин ба анҷом расид. Кумитаи Байналмиллалии (IC) / Шӯрои сарпарастон ва директори иҷроия раванди банақшагирии стратегии дарозмуддатро роҳнамоӣ карданд. Гурӯҳи стратегӣ, ки аз як стратеги пешбар, даъваткунандаи IC ва кормандони Котиботи иборат аст, рафтор ва анҷоми банақшагирии солонаро назорат мекард. Натиҷаи ниҳоии ин раванди пуршиддат, иштирокӣ ва динамикӣ “Харитаи роҳ” мебошад, ки ба таври муассир нақшаи Стратегияи дарозмуддати соли 2006-ро иваз мекунад. МАШВАРАТЙ ДАР МАМЛАКАТ Дар Арманистон, Бангладеш, Ҳиндустон, Индонезия, Муғулистон, Филиппин ва Шри-Ланка ҷаласаҳои стратегӣ баргузор шуданд. Дар шимолу шарки Хиндустон машварати суб-миллй барпо гардид. Дар ҷаласаи солонаи Форуми соли 2013 гузориши як вазъ дар кишвар дар бораи Камбоҷа, Мянма ва Непал мавҷуд буд. Гурўњњои кории кишварї њангоми банаќшагирии чорабинињои маъракаи пешазинтихоботї оид ба масъалањои марбут ба БОР, дурнамои миллї ба эътибор гирифтаанд. Аъзоён дар бораи чӣ гуна ба даст овардани тавсеа ва дубора фаъолсозии шабака, афзоиши фишори ҷамъиятӣ ба Бонк ва устувории маъракаҳо дар кишварҳои худ стратегияи муайян карданд. МАШВАРАТХОИ МИНТАКАВЙ Банақшагирии стратегия дар минтақаҳои Осиёи Марказӣ ва Қафқоз (Бишкек, Қирғизистон), Осиёи Ҷанубу Шарқӣ (Бангкок, Таиланд) ва Осиёи Ҷанубӣ (Дакка, Бангладеш) сурат гирифт. Дар Бангкок ҷаласаи гурӯҳи зерминтақавии Меконг, ки дар он вакилони Камбоҷа, Ветнам ва созмонҳои INGO дар ин минтақа қарор доштанд, ширкат карданд. Гурӯҳҳои кории минтақавӣ ба самтҳои калидии мавзӯӣ, аз ҷумла робитаҳои фаромарзӣ, ки дар он ҷо ҳамоҳангӣ ва мукаммалӣ дар адвокатура муқаррар карда мешавад, афзалият доданд. Ин ба онхо имконият дод, ки плани кон-солидацияи кор ва тадбирхои панчсоларо тартиб диханд. СТРАТЕГИЯИ ШАШСОЛА "Харитаи роҳ" Форумро дар амалисозии маъракаҳои мавзӯии минтақавии ҷорӣ ва оянда роҳнамоӣ мекунад. Он механизми мониторинг ва идоракунии таъсироти таблиғоти худро таъмин мекунад. Ба ҳамин монанд, он барои омӯзиши минбаъдаи Форум нисбат ба натиҷаҳои таъсири амали он хидмат мекунад. Форум дар панҷ мавзӯи корӣ: об, энержӣ, тағирёбии иқлим, урбанизатсия ва ҳуқуқи инсон дар Осиёи Марказӣ, Осиёи Ҷанубу Шарқӣ ва Осиёи Ҷанубӣ ба таблиғот такя мекунад ва арзиши илова мекунад. Кафолатҳо (муҳит, кӯчонидани иҷборӣ, мардуми бумӣ) ва ҷинсиятро масъалаҳои байниҳамдигар муайян кардаанд. Интизор меравад, ки то соли 2020 овоз ва агентии мардуми Осиё, ба хусус камбизоатон ва ҳошиямондагон, дар як иқтидори устувор барои ҷалби БОР ба сӯи тағйироти пойдор ва системавӣ баланд бардошта шавад. Ин дар он аст, ки Форум ба таври муассир БОР ва қарзгирандагони онро водор кардааст, ки дар муколамаҳои созандаи худ бо ҷомеаи шаҳрвандӣ ва дигар ҷонибҳои манфиатдор воқеан ҳисоботдиҳанда, шаффоф, кушода ва омода бошанд.

  • ADB Accountability Mechanism | NGO Forum on ADB | Lungsod Quezon

    МОНИТОРИНГИ ЛОИҲА Latest News Sign the 1M Petition ADB Project Tracker Media 2009 after the approval of the new ADB’s Accountability Mechanism (AM) was approved in December 2003, replacing the 1995 Inspection Function. Although a review of the policy was scheduled in 2006, it was postponed until 2008 and later rescheduled. The ADB officially started its policy review when ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda made an announcement during its Annual Meeting in Tashkent in May 2010. ​ The ADB conducted a series of multi-stakeholder consultations in Asia, Europe, and the United States from September to November 2010. It also held consultations with affected people in selected countries. In April 2011, Forum submitted its comments on the consultation draft policy paper. Civil society organizations, however, criticized the ADB for coming up with a draft Working Paper–a draft policy version submitted to the ADB Board of Directors for review–two days after the deadline for submission of public comments on the consultation draft policy paper. ​ In May 2011, after Forum’s continuous pushing and lobbying, the bank decided to put the review process on the right track by inviting public comments on the draft Working Paper. ​ In June 2011, Forum submitted its comments on the first Working-Paper. In July, ADB released its second Working-Paper which is currently open for public comments. ​ Forum members have been using the AM to register local communities’ complaints on the Bank’s lapses in terms of its policies, programs, and projects. While there was not a single complaint filed in 2008, out of the 13 cases in 2009, four of which were filed by Forum members. Accountability mechanism related documents -​ 21 Oct 2019 | NGO Forum on ADB Comments: Safeguard Compliance and Accountability Mechanism Framework 17 Mar 2019 | ADB’s 10 years of Accountability Mechanism is not worth celebrating 17 Jan 2019 | Does ADB's Accountability mechanism work? 14 Nov 2010 | Review on Accountability Greater Mekong Subregion: Mekong Tourism Development Project 14 Nov 2010 | Holding ADB Accountable: A look at the Present Accountability Mechanism 14 Nov 2010 | Review on Accountability Mechanism Sixth Road Project: Not Eligible 12 Nov 2010 | Accountability Counsel Comments on the Asian Development Bank Accountability Mechanism Policy Review 14 Sep 2010 | Submission to the Accountability Mechanism Review 09 Sep 2010 | Effectiveness of the Accountability Mechanism in Central Asia and the Caucasus БОНКИ ОСИЁИ РУШДИ (БОР) Project Monitoring Energy Campaign Safeguards Public Information Policy Accountability Mechanism Strategy 2030

  • Forum Application Portal | ngoforumonadb

    FORUM NETWORK APPLICATION PORTAL Last name(Required) First name(Required) Email(Required) What is your perspective regarding fossil fuels and international financial institution (IFI)?(Required) How do you envision a campaign to stop gas projects supported by the ADB and AIIB?(Required) Upload your Resume(Required) Upload Resume Submit

  • Ripple Effects | ngoforumonadb

    RippleFX Map Read more about the exhibition | See the artwork up close | Read the Press Release RIPPLE EFFECT The 'Ripple Effect' Watercolor Exhibition seeks to illuminate the intricate connections between environmental degradation, social injustice, and human rights violations stemming from the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) projects. This significant exhibition, scheduled from May 1-5, 2024, in Tbilisi, Georgia, serves as a platform for impacted communities to voice their concerns and convey a potent message using the evocative medium of watercolor. ​ The exhibition's core theme delves into the far-reaching consequences of ADB-funded destructive projects on global social and ecosystems. Artists will utilize watercolor as a poignant medium, capturing the innate beauty of water juxtaposed with the challenges and destruction wrought by ADB initiatives. Furthermore, these watercolor paintings will undergo digital reproduction to extend their reach via social media platforms. Unveiling ADB's Ecological & Human Rights Violations through Watercolor Narratives This exhibition is presented by the NGO Forum on ADB in collaboration with the Coalition for Human Rights in Development, CEE Bankwatch, and Green Alternative, with support from the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Southeast Asia. - ABOUT THE ARTISTS - MORSALINA ANIKA A young visual artist from Bangladesh is currently pursuing her studies in the Fine Arts with a specialization in painting. Alongside her academic pursuits, she has passionately engaged in various social movements over the past seven years, advocating for causes such as anti-corruption, road safety, anti-rape, abolition of the Digital Security Act, and the protection of trees on Satmasjid Road, among others. Presently she holds a role as a member in the film and fine arts department of Bangladesh Udichi Shilpogosthi (central parliament). LABANI JANGI A 2020 PARI Fellow and self-taught painter from West Bengal's Nadia district, explores the intersection of art and social issues. Currently pursuing a PhD on labor migrations at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata, her work reflects a deep engagement with human experiences and societal dynamics. ​ * Art pieces are digitized by Karl Isaac Santos from the Philippines. Back to Top Promises Unfulfilled Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project | Vietnam This painting tells the tragic story of a 156-megawatt hydropower project in Vietnam funded by the ADB. It depicts the impending devastation for the Ka Tu ethnic minority, underscoring the ADB's negative role in disregarding safeguards and public communication policies. The artwork vividly shows the ADB's failure to consult stakeholders transparently, expressive strokes unveil the struggles of affected families, emphasizing issues like housing, livelihood, and compensation inadequacies. In the Flow of Opposition Tanahu Hydropower Project | Nepal This piece captures the essence of the Tanahu Hydropower Project in Nepal, funded by the ADB, amidst a backdrop of serene landscapes. However, within the gentle strokes lie shadows of contention and struggle. The artwork portrays the obstacles faced by the project, including issues of inadequate compensation, insufficient consultation, and incomplete impact assessments. Indigenous communities are depicted expressing their concerns about representation and the potential harm to their ancestral lands. Allegations of violating ADB policies linger in the background, adding layers of complexity to the unfolding narrative. Silent Desolation Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project | India This piece portrays the silent struggles of fish workers, farmers, herders, and communities on the verge of poverty. Funded by the ADB, the flawed implementation of the massive power station has left a mark of environmental and social devastation. Tragadi bandar, Kothadi bander, and Navinal, once vibrant, now echo stories of debt cycles, diminished fish catch, and shattered dreams. This artwork serves as a poignant reminder that affected communities seek justice, amplifying the voices silenced by coal dust, salinity, and economic exploitation. Nature's Last Stand Railway Sector Investment Program | India This piece captures the delicate balance between nature's beauty and the looming threat of railway expansion in the Western Ghats. Funded by the ADB, the proposed project cuts through biodiversity hotspots, endangering ecosystems and disrupting the lives of indigenous communities. The artwork stands as a powerful reminder of the vulnerability at hand and the pressing requirement for sustainable policies. It represents the enduring global battle for environmental conservation amidst unbridled development. Phulbari's Fight Against Corporate Greed Phulbari Coal Project | Bangladesh Capturing the resilient spirit of Phulbari, this evocative watercolor painting stands as a testament to the community's fierce resistance against the proposed coal mining project. As the ADB withdrew its support, echoing the global call to halt the Phulbari coal project, the canvas reflects the tragic 2006 protests, the unwavering determination of the Forum network and allies, and the alarming environmental impact, emphasizing the displacement of 130,000 people and the absence of a viable plan to prevent acid mine contamination. Shadows of Progress Visayas Base-load Power Project | Philippines In this watercolor painting, the Visayas Base-load Power Project funded by the ADB is portrayed amidst a landscape of vibrant hues. Yet, within the serene scenery lie contours of contention. Environmental concerns ripple through the canvas, as the looming presence of coal-fired power plants raises questions about sustainability and ecological balance. Social displacement casts shadows on the landscape, as communities grapple with the implications of land acquisition and resettlement. Amidst these challenges, the delicate dance between energy security and environmental stewardship unfolds. Journey Through the CAREC Corridor CAREC Transport Corridor 1 | Kyrgyz Republic This painting depicts the intricate pathways of the CAREC Transport Corridor, connecting Central Asian nations for trade and cooperation. Vibrant hues illustrate the promise of connectivity and economic growth. However, looming in the background are the shadows of challenges. Security risks in conflict zones and the environmental impact of infrastructure development cast uncertainties on the corridor's future. Through delicate brushstrokes, it serves as a poignant reminder of the complexities inherent in progress and the necessity for mindful navigation through interconnected landscapes. Ripples of Concern Mahaweli Water Security Investment Program | Sri lanka This artwork captures the story of the Mahaweli Water Security Investment Program in Sri Lanka, funded by the ADB. Serene hues depict the tranquil waters of the Mahaweli River, yet beneath the surface, concerns emerge. Environmental impact shadows the landscape as the infrastructure alters the river's flow, impacting the habitat of native elephants. Social displacement adds complexity as communities confront land acquisition and resettlement. Technical challenges illustrate the complexities of water management. Financial sustainability and governance issues further complicate the picture. Teesta's Troubled Waters Teesta Irrigation Project | Bangladesh This art piece delves into the complexities surrounding the Teesta Irrigation Project, funded by the ADB. Amidst serene landscapes, turbulent currents of controversy and challenge swirl. Disputes over water-sharing agreements cast shadows, echoing the struggles of communities along the riverbanks. Environmental concerns paint the canvas with hues of habitat destruction and biodiversity loss, while the displacement of local communities adds layers of social upheaval. Shadows of Steam Geothermal Power Generation Project | Indonesia In this watercolor, the story of the ADB-funded Geothermal Power Generation Project in Indonesia unfolds. Vibrant hues capture Indonesia's lush landscapes, yet uncertainty clouds its geothermal potential. Environmental concerns arise as land subsidence and habitat disruptions threaten project sustainability. Social displacement complicates matters as communities face land acquisition and resettlement. Technical challenges illustrate the complexities of geothermal development. Financial hurdles and regulatory landscapes add further complexity. The Indorama Puzzle Indorama Climate-Resilient Farmer Livelihood and COVID-19 Recovery Project | Uzbekistan This watercolor painting encapsulates the intricate challenges encountered within the Indorama Agro project. Initially hailed for its promises of agricultural revitalization and employment opportunities, the reality depicted here is one of uncertainty and hardship for farmers and workers alike. Vibrant strokes portray the lush fields of promise contrasted with the shadows of delayed payments and job insecurity. The journey through this project is riddled with complexities, as depicted by the subtle nuances and layers of emotion within the artwork. A Brushstroke of Injustice Rehabilitation of the Railway in Cambodia Project | Cambodia Within the gentle strokes, the painting unfolds the narrative of 4,000 families forsaken by a misguided railway upgrade, backed by the ADB. The watercolor articulates the tales of inadequate compensation, unfulfilled pledges, and shattered aspirations of Cambodia's impoverished. A visual elegy to the repercussions of policy failures, urging a transformative shift in accountability. Back to Top Ripple Effect Exhibition RippleFX Art

  • Guide Books | NGO Forum on ADB

    Китобҳои роҳнамо ЗАХИРАХО Соатҳои бонкӣ | Ҳисоботи солона | Нашрияҳои махсус | Лоиҳа мухтасар Пул аз Аврупо Механизми масъулиятшиносии БОР Парешонҳои хатарнок

  • ADB | NGO Forum on ADB | Lungsod Quezon

    БОНКИ ОСИЁИ РУШДИ (БОР) Project Monitoring Energy Campaign Safeguards Public Information Policy Accountability Mechanism Strategy 2030 МОНИТОРИНГИ ЛОИҲА SOUTH ASIA Read More SOUTHEAST ASIA Read More MEKONG Read More CENTRAL ASIA Read More

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