Encouraging the energy transition
Guidance for urban development
Looking beyond Bangkok
Thailand is one of the world's emerging countries. It enjoys constant growth despite an unstable political situation and is the second-largest economy of Southeast Asia (the fourth-largest economy in terms of per-capita GNP).
To maintain growth while reducing social inequalities, the country has chosen to invest in infastructure, innovation, health, education and the preservation of the environment. And the government is implementing significant regulatory reforms.
AFD has been present in the country since 2004. Our action is focused on two areas: combating climate change and protecting the environment.
News & Events
Over the last years, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) has been rising in the political agenda of both the international community and many governments around the world. ...
A comparative analysis of agroecology network led to a classification based on their conditions of emergence, their structure and governance mechanisms. The study points the strengths and weaknesses of ...
Creating Access to Agricultural Finance - Based on a horizontal study of Cambodia, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania, Thailand and Tunisia
Inadequate financing of the agricultural sector remains a major constraint in developing countries. Despite the existence of genuine financial needs of large magnitude, financial institutions face difficulties in serving ...