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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international development finance institution dedicated to reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific through loans.
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Description:The ADB was founded in with the goal of eradicating poverty in the region. It plays the following functions for countries in the Asia Pacific region: Provides loans and equity investments to its developing member countries DMCs Provides technical assistance for the planning and execution of development projects and programs and for advisory services Promotes and facilitates investment of public and private capital for development Assists in coordinating development policies and plans of its DMCs Though well-intentioned, ADB-funded operations have been responsible for causing widespread environmental and social damage, adversely affecting some of the regions poorest and most vulnerable communities. Though publicly financed by taxpayer dollars, ADB activities and those of other multilateral development banks are often carried out without the informed participation of affected people, non-governmental organizations NGOs , or, in many cases, the elected officials in the borrowing countries. A global movement to reform the MDBs has based its activities on the assumption that sustainable development and poverty alleviation are impossible without informed public participation in the decision making process. Civil society concerns with the ADB include: