The CAREC Institute has completed a four-day capacity building online event during 10-13 August 2020, on road asset management (RAM) and RAM system targeting senior government officials and experts from ministries of transport, rural development, public infrastructure, and other relevant state agencies of the CAREC countries. The workshop was led by Dr. Ian Greenwood, a Chartered Professional Engineer, a Fellow of Engineers New Zealand, and author of several internationally renowned RAM manuals.
The CAREC Institute has conducted an online road safety workshop, in collaboration with the CAREC Program and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), targeting government officials and road safety experts from Mongolia. The virtual workshop was organized around six sessions over the period of three weeks and the first session was held on 12 May 2020.
This proceedings report is a result of a videoconference titled Unlocking Private Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure in Asia which was co-organized by the CAREC Institute and the Asian Development Bank Institute with participation of the Centre for Economic Research and Reforms of Uzbekistan on 25 March 2020.
The workshop report on the elements of road safety engineering summarizes the CAREC Institute’s workshop of September 2019 and shares lessons and recommendations for future consideration.
This report is the first joint project of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) with other international organizations. BFAI is very pleased to team up with the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office(AMRO), the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Institute (CI) and the Asian Financial Cooperation Association (AFCA), and the research group worked closely together and inspired each other.
On 16 January 2019, CAREC Institute Director Ambassador Sanjaasuren Bayaraa met the Mongolian Government delegation led by Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Ms.Battsetseg Batmunkh at CI Headquarters in Urumqi, PRC.
Urban areas all over the PRC have embraced a wide range of solutions to reduce energy consumption, green and clean their energy supply, transform the concept of waste, promote green and blue spaces, and improve urban mobility. Each of the 50 featured solutions—some are projects sponsored by the Asian Development Bank (ADB)—shows how cities take climate actions and also create valuable co-benefits in terms of positive impacts on citizens’ public health and quality of life, as well as providing economic and additional environmental benefits.
On 9th November, 2018, the Director General of International Cooperation and Service Center/Foreign Airlines Service Center of CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China), Mrs. Qingfen Meng and two retinues visited CI and a meeting was held to discuss the collaboration between two organizations.
The Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor fact sheet explains the corridor concept and its application through Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor development, shows the achieved milestones, and outlines the tasks ahead.
This publication is meant to be a practical resource for policy makers to improve the underlying conditions required for good road maintenance.