A Partnership to End Poverty: 20 Years Bangladesh Resident Mission
Dedolph, Carolyn | June 2002
The Bangladesh Resident Mission (BRM)-ADB's first resident office was established in July 1982 to facilitate ADB's operations in the country. Since then, BRM's role has grown and evolved with that of ADB itself. In a recent decision by ADB to decentral¬ize responsibilities, BRM was chosen for maximum delegation. BRM's functions are to Initiate and maintain dialogue with the Government of Bangladesh on issues that are of relevance to ADB operations in the country Strengthen project processing and portfolio management. Prepare the country strategy and program and its annual updates, and monitor the progress of the Partnership Agreement for Poverty Reduction with the Government of Bangladesh. Strengthen working relations with the Government, development partners, nongovernment organizations, civil society, and the private sector Plan and prepare ADB's substantive economic and sector work for Bangladesh. Promote external relations and disseminate information about ADB and its operations.
CitationDedolph, Carolyn. 2002. A Partnership to End Poverty: 20 Years Bangladesh Resident Mission. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6324.
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