Success lies in industry links, technology, skills development, new modes of education delivery, and school-to-work transition programs.
Taking a risk-management approach to large-scale projects involves investing in project preparation and attending to stakeholders’ concerns early, such as land and resettlement issues.
Among the lessons: Make inclusive investments in education, sanitation, and health in order to avoid enclaves of rich and poor.
For best results, train the teachers, involve private companies, and share best practices with other school systems.
Proven solutions include digitizing paperwork, integrating databases, using smart cards and digital payments, and transmitting emergency assistance via mobile phones.
Regional financial cooperation has strengthened Asian economies and made them more resilient, but attention toward this important work has waned in recent years.
How to improve public health and environmental sustainability by facing the challenges of managing solid waste in Asia
Transporting passengers and cargo over navigable rivers and canals reduces road and rail congestion, road crashes, pollution, emissions, and energy consumption.
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