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ADB Business Opportunities – 15 March 2018


Education and Health
ADB IN EDUCATION
Karina S. Veal
Senior Education Specialist, ADB
Education Sector Vision
Good jobs, decent income, increased productivity, better
competitiveness and knowledge based economy

Scale up operations Support economic development Innovate

▪ Education Sector Capacity ▪ World of Work ▪ Quantity & Quality


▪ Quality Assurance ▪ Universal Skills ▪ Good Practices
▪ Partners & Experts ▪ Science, Techonlogy ▪ ICT & PPP
▪ Financing Partnership ▪ Benchmarking ▪ Cross Sector

Global & Regional Drivers of Change: Technology, Mobility, Urbanization, Demographics

Align with SDG4 with a strong monitoring and evaluation system


Education & Training Ecosystem

Tertiary Education

TVET Supports the


development of
Basic & Secondary
Supports the • Research &
Education
development of innovation
Builds • Technical & • Entrepreneursh
foundational job-relevant ip & leadership
skills skills
• Applied
Quantitative Progress
research (e.g. High Low
process Top Quadrant (Both quantitative Second Quadrant (Very good
optimization) and qualitative achievements qualitative achievements but
Cross-cutting interventions include: are good) poor quantitative)
Qualitative
• Strengthen learning assessment systems for better
Progress
M&E Third Quadrant (Very good Fourth Quadrant (Both
• Use ICT for increased efficiency of delivery quantitative achievements but quantitative and qualitative
• Foster PPPs for greater access and relevance poor qualitative achievements) achievements are poor)
• Develop strong university / TVET – industry linkages Low
• Promote STEAM throughout the education system
Changing education portfolio and directions

Where we are now Where we want to go


Education lending is gradually Funding alone is inadequate. Finance
growing, reflecting growing demand ++ along with some grant is often
Current process is not sufficiently needed
incentivizing innovations Piloting and partnerships are crucial
Current educational practice in to demonstrate good practice and to
many DMCs lags behind scale up at speed.
Technology provides huge Better evaluation and promotion of
opportunities to transform but the good practices
use in our projects has been too We must promote better technology
slow by forging partnerships with relevant
institutions
Growing Trend in Education Lending
By Subsector 2018 - 2020
US$5.03 billion
2015-2017 2017-2019 6%
2012-2014
US$ 2.404 billion US$3.702 billion
US$ 1.756 billion 8%
7.7% 21%
7%
0.1% 10.8% 25% 28%
15%
49% 36% 61.8% 28.9% 10% 51%
7% 37%

0.4% 2.8%

2018 - 2020
By Region US$5.03 billion
2015-2017 2017-2019 0%
US$ 2.404 US$ 3.702 billion
2012-2014 8%
2.1% 0.4%
US$ 1.756 billion 30% 13%
3.1%
0.3% 11.3%
9.9% 28.8% 21.2% 32.8% 10.5%
42.2% 1.1%
46.7% 49%
44.4%
45.0%

14 February 2018
ADB Education Lending Pipeline
2018 2019 2020
US$1.8 billion US$1.4 billion US$1.7billion
Pacific
0% East Asia
8% 5% 0% 9%
25% 24% 17%
33% 32%
Pacific
1%
54%
50% 42%

Pacific
0%

Central and West Asia East Asia Pacific South Asia Southeast Asia

9% 7% 5% 15%
15% 17% 26%
20%
27% 60%
41% 58%

TVET Broad Ed Sector Dev’t Pre-Primary and Basic Upper Secondary Tertiary and Higher Ed Non-formal
Where exactly are the opportunities?

Portfolio: Projects / Technical Assistance


already in implementation

Pipeline: Projects / Technical Assistance


currently under preparation.
Education Loans and Grants Portfolio as of end 2017
in US$ million

Central West Asia East Asia


Total Amount: $128.709 Total Amount: $650.280

ARM - $17.7
KGZ - $72.0 MON - $98.0
PAK - $7.0 PRC - $552.3
TAJ - $32.0

Pacific

South Asia Total Amount: $50.942


Southeast Asia
Total Amount: $1,912.370 FSM - $8.3
Total Amount: $1,962.200 REG - $16.9
BAN - $999.5 RMI - $6.5
CAM - $93.0
IND - $382.6 TIM - $12.0
INO - $80.0
NEP - $230.3 TON - $2.2
LAO - $127.9
SRI - $300.0 VAN - $5.0
MYA - $98.5
PHI - $1,001.5
VIE - $561.3

Reflects approved amount and excludes cofinancing. Education Sector Secretariat data as of 22 Feb 2018.
Education Sector Loans and Grants Pipeline, 2018-2020 in
US$ million

Central West Asia


East Asia
Total Amount: $648.0
Total Amount: $228.0

ARM - $40.0
KGZ - $30.0 MON - $30.0
PAK - $550.0 PRC - $198.0
TAJ - $28.0

South Asia
Southeast Asia Pacific
Total Amount: $2,451.5
Total Amount: $14.0
BAN - $1,127.5 Total Amount: $1,323.0
BHU - $15.0
TIM - $14.0
IND - $600.0 CAM - $170.0
NEP - $224.0 INO - $700.0
SRI - $485.0 LAO - $50.0
MYA - $100.0
PHI - $303.0

Reflects approved amount and excludes cofinancing. Education Sector Secretariat data as of 22 Feb 2018.
ADB IN HEALTH
Eduardo P. Banzon
Principal Health Specialist, ADB
ADB’s Operation Plan for Health
Focusing and model building

Increase health lending from <2 to 3-5%


($700M-1B) by 2020

Strengthen health systems for Universal


Health Coverage

Focus on 9–12 ADB DMCs

Expand health sector team

Leverage partnerships with Centers of


Excellence
ADB’s Strategic Priorities in Health

Universal
Health
Infrastructure
Health
Governance
Service Delivery Coverage* Design
Others

Social
Healthcare Information and
Financing Research Protection Labor Policies
Policies

Health
Medical Elderly Health
Products, Digital Environment
Workforce
Technologies Care Security Connectivity and Sanitation

Health System Inputs Non-Health System Inputs

* Includes but not limited to national health


insurance, digital health, integrated service
delivery, hospital reforms, and urban health
Health Loans and Grants Portfolio as of end 2017
in US$ million

AND
East Asia Private sector projects…
Total Amount - $169.0 $30.0
PRC- $80.0
Mongolia- $89.0

Pacific
South Asia Southeast Asia
Total Amount - $26.5
Total Amount - $350.0 Total Amount - $448.5
Papua New Guinea - $20.0
India- $300.0 GMS – $145.0 Samoa – $6.5
Bangladesh - $50.0 Cambodia - $14.0
Lao PDR- $15.0
Viet Nam- $99.5
Philippines- $175.0

Reflects approved amount and excludes cofinancing. Education Sector Secretariat data as of 22 Feb 2018.
Health Sector Loans and Grants Pipeline, 2018-2020
in US$ million

Central West Asia

Total Amount - $377.0


AND
East Asia Private sector projects…
Armenia - $20.0
Tajikistan – $62.0 Total Amount - $610.5 $70m
Pakistan – $120.0
Kazakhstan – $80.0 PRC- $433.0
Uzbekistan - $95.0 Mongolia- $177.5

Pacific
South Asia
Total Amount - $420.0
Total Amount - $370.0 Southeast Asia
Papua New Guinea - $395.0
India- $200.0 Total Amount - $217.0 Vanuatu - $11.25
Bangladesh- $100.0 Tonga – $3.75
Bhutan- $20.0 Lao PDR- $30.0 Samoa - $7.5
Sri Lanka- $50.0 Viet Nam- $172.0 Tuvalu- $2.5
Philippines- $120.0

Reflects approved amount and excludes cofinancing. Education Sector Secretariat data as of 22 Feb 2018.
2017 TAs- approved and under processing
Project Name Project Number Approved Amount ($ Approval Date
million)
EARD-MON Development of the Health Sector 51134-001 1 21-Sep
Master Plan, 2019-2027
SARD-BHU Preparing the Health Sector 51141-001 0.5 10-Aug
Development Program
PARD-PNG Preparing the Health Services Sector 51035-002 0.8 30-May
Development Program

SARD-PAK Preparing Health Sector Assessment 51318-001 0.225 27-Sep

SARD-SRI Preparing the Health System 51107-001 0.5 05-Oct


Enhancement Project
PARD Systems Strengthening for Effective 50282-002 0.8 10-Jan
Coverage of New Vaccines in the Pacific

EARD – MON Improving the Screening Program for 51105-001 0.8 For Approval
Viral Hepatitis

SERD- REG Strengthening Regional Health 51151-001 - For Approval


Cooperation in the Greater Mekong
Subregion
Universal Health Coverage RETA
RETA 8983 (Universal Health Coverage for Inclusive Growth:
Supporting the Implementation of the Operational Plan for
Health 2015-2020) Financed by TASF, PRC Poverty Fund, with parallel
financing from Korea’s KSP

• Support Regional Departments in project


development and Develop innovative
interventions
– SMART hospitals or health service delivery
(climate change/ IT)
– National Health Insurance for UHC (social
protection)
– Urban Health (urban)
– Integrated Health Service that address Non-
communicable Disease and Harness the
Private Sector
• Convene meetings
Health Security RETA
RETA -8763 (Results for Malaria Elimination and Control
of Communicable Disease Threats in Asia and the
Pacific) Financed by UK’s DFID, Australia’s DFAT and Canada’s DFAT
ADB supports leveraging ICT in health
Increase efficiency, improve management,
speed and transparency

• Rapid case detection and communications applications


• Health issues monitoring dashboards

• Shared electronic health records


• Telemedicine
• Mobile health applications, health promotion
• Mobile phone-based reminder systems, CDR applications
• Integrated patient ID registries

• Hospital and insurance digital payments


• Financial management information systems
• ICT-based supply chain logistics

• Human resources for health information system


• Use of GIS for targeting services
And now for detail
from each region