Tuvalu and ADB
In the Spotlight
Developing Asia remains the fastest growing region globally despite slower-than-expected growth in major industrial countries as key economies move ahead with structural reforms, says a new ADB report. Read about the economic outlook for Tuvalu.
Engaging the private sector through public-private partnerships and privatization improves the performance and service delivery of state-owned enterprises, according to a new report by ADB.
Food insecurity and economic vulnerability should be included in a broader definition of poverty that could help policymakers develop more effective approaches, says new ADB report.
Developing safe air transport systems and airports is a critical task for all nations. The complex work requires that small and developing countries work together to pool their resources and expertise.
ADB's approach and operations in Tuvalu are aligned to the National Strategy for Sustainable Development, Te Kakeega 2005–2015, and its objectives of good governance and macroeconomic growth and stability.
ADB, together with development partners, remains committed to supporting the government's road map for improving the management of public resources, exercising prudent public expenditure and fiscal management, strengthening corporate governance, and delivering better public service to Tuvaluans.