Field Notes and Reports

This collection comprises reports and notes gathered from development projects conducted in various resident missions or field offices of the Asian Development Bank. Valuable knowledge can be gained from research coming from the field, as well as on-site project experiences from development workers on the ground communicating directly with project assistance beneficiaries.

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  • Sustainable Infrastructure Assistance Program: Technical Assistance for Energy RPJMN 2015-2019: Energy Sector White Paper 

    Asian Development Bank (Asian Development Bank, 2015-06-15)
    This white paper was developed to inform and support the energy sector development plans that will be included in the infrastructure section of the RPJMN 2015-2019. This report is based on a review of existing literature and studies, and as well as ...
  • Survey of Parental Contributions in Basic Education 

    Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership (Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership, 2015-05-15)
    The study was carried out to establish the education-related costs borne by parents of children in basic education. Data gathered from the schools/madrasahs in the sample included information about their total budgets and total contributions received ...
  • Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education 

    Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership (ACDP) (Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership (ACDP), 2015-01-15)
    The paper outlines the rationale for introducing mother tongue based multilingual education (MTB-MLE) in multilingual societies. It also highlights some of the common obstacles to MTB-MLE implementation, and how they can be overcome. The paper cites ...
  • Teacher Absenteeism in Indonesia 

    Education Sector Analytical And Capacity Development Partnership (Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership (ACDP), 2015-01-15)
    This study indicates that Indonesia has achieved significant progress over the past 10 years in reducing the absences of teachers from schools from 19 percent in a national sample of schools surveyed in 2003 to 9.8 percent in the same schools in 2014. ...

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