Clean Air Initiative: GlobalClean Air Initiative: AsiaIniciativa del Aire Limpio: América LatinaClean Air Initiative: Sub-Saharan Africa
Advanced Search
Countries
Topics
Browse by Country + Topic

and

CAI Listserv
Air Quality Newsletters
Opportunities

Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2008
was held in Bangkok, Thailand
12-14 November 2008

Join the CAI-Asia Partnership

About Us

The Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) promotes innovative ways to improve air quality in Asian cities by sharing experiences and building partnerships. CAI-Asia was established in 2001 by the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, and USAID, and is part of a global initiative that includes CAI-LAC (Latin American Cities) and CAI-SSA (Sub-Saharan Africa).

CAI-Asia brings together stakeholders to build knowledge and capacity, develop policies and implement on-the-ground measures for improved air quality while simultaneously addressing health, climate change, energy and transport issues. Since 2007, this multi-stakeholder initiative consists of three parts:

  • CAI-Asia Center, a regional, Manila-based non-profit organization that is the implementing arm of CAI-Asia
  • CAI-Asia Partnership, a United Nations Type II partnership, with over 165 members representing cities, governments, academia, NGOs, private sector, and development agencies
  • Country Networks in China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Viet Nam
CAI-Asia Strategy and Business Plan


Partnership Strategy 2009-2012Partnership Strategy 2009-2012
[.pdf, 556.1Kb]

This strategy lays the foundations of the work that the CAI-Asia Partnership proposes to be doing over the next four years, and will feed into the business plan of the CAI-Asia Center and work plans of Country Networks.



CAI-Asia Center Business Plan 2009-2010CAI-Asia Center Business Plan 2009-2010
[.pdf, 286.9Kb]

Sub-sections
Documents
CAI-Asia Partnership
CAI-Asia Center

Secretariat: CAI-Asia Center, 3510 Robinsons Equitable Tower, ADB Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines 1605
Tel: +632 3952843 to 45 / Fax: +632 3952846