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Season’s Greetings

Dear Friends and Partners, What a challenging year 2020 has been for all of us indeed! Before we enter 2021, we would like to take the ...

2020 in Review

The world is now into the final days of 2020, an extremely challenging year. Just as the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, ...

CDIA Offers Blueprint for Building Sustainable Cities in Uzbekistan

CDIA held a final workshop on December 17, 2020 to present the outputs of its project preparation study (PPS) in the cities of Djizzak, Khiva ...

Infrastructure Can Build Climate Resilience in Cities, If Planned the Right Way

The reciprocal relationship between cities and climate There is bad news and good news here; the bad news is that Asia’s growing cities are major contributors ...

CDIA Gives Its Website a Facelift

CDIA has just launched its newly revamped website. Compared to before, the design is now more modern, complete with features to help visitors find information on ...

CDIA Unveils New Brochure on People-focused Economic Development

CDIA released its new brochure titled, People-focused Economic Development in Chongqing: Building an Inclusive Innovation Ecosystem, which summarizes how innovation and human capital development can transform the ...

CDIA Announces #BetterMyCity Photo Contest Winners

CDIA has announced the winners of the #BetterMyCity photo contest, an element of its 2020 Urban October Campaign. CDIA is pleased to have collaborated with ...

Urban Breakfast Webinars Share Key Development Solutions

More than 2.3 billion people live in Asia Pacific cities, and this number is growing every day. This month, CDIA partnered with Asian Development Bank’s ...

CDIA Holds Livability and Resilience Seminar for Partner Cities in Lao PDR

As part of CDIA’s continuing work on capacity building for developing cities, the project team working in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) organized a seminar ...

Preserving Water Resources by Recycling 100% Wastewater

Handan, a Chinese city of about four million people needs a lot of water - however, its water resources are being depleted, and it receives ...

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