Haidy Ear-Dupuy

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Haidy Ear-Dupuy, Head NGO and Civil Society Center (NGOC) at the Asian Development Bank, leads the Bank’s engagement with civil society organizations. The NGOC, through its institution-wide network of staff in the operations, provides institutional coordination and technical support to mainstream citizens engagement, CSOs engagement, and CSOs collaboration for development effectiveness. Before joining  ADB, Haidy worked with World Vision Cambodia as Director of Policy Advocacy and Communications where she worked on child protection, addressing child labor, anti human trafficking, food security, and governance. Haidy is a Graduate of the College of William and Mary with degrees in Government and Spanish. She also completed graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Agricultural and Applied Economics and Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Civil Society Engagement at ADB 05 October 2023 Slides ADB Administration and Governance
Recorded Solidarity Messages from Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department (SDCC), ADB 05 October 2022 Multimedia Gender Equality, Social Development and Protection
ADB Safeguard Policy Review Update – Phase 2 Regional Consultation Summary: Labor and Working Conditions Consultations 25 November 2021 Document Social Development and Protection
Core Labor Standards 12 April 2018 Slides Environment, Poverty, Social Development and Protection
How ADB Engages with Citizens 26 November 2015 Slides Governance and Public Sector Management
Asia Pacific Regional Open Government Partnership Meeting Summary 07 September 2015 Document Capacity Development, Governance and Public Sector Management
Tackling Corruption through Civil Society-led Information and Communication Technology Initiatives 01 March 2014 Cases Governance and Public Sector Management