Haidy Ear-Dupuy
Unit Head, NGO and Civil Society Center, Fragility and Engagement Division, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank

Haidy leads NGOC in providing strategic support and capacity development for ADB's effective engagement with civil society. She previously supported due diligence on ADB-financed projects to ensure fulfillment of ADB’s social protection requirements, and coordinated ADB’s internal and external engagements on labor-related issues. Before joining ADB, Haidy was the Director of Advocacy Policy and Communications for World Vision Cambodia. She holds master’s degrees in Agricultural and Applied Economics and Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


The planning and implementation of the state-owned enterprise's labor rationalization program offer lessons in managing complex and challenging issues.

Case Study

In Kazakhstan, infection among workers at a road upgrading project was avoided because good occupational safety and health measures were in place.  


Experience from a hydropower project in Pakistan shows how construction workers’ welfare, which is usually overlooked, can be served better.