ADB-Tuvalu Partnership Strategy
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2016-2018 for Tuvalu is aligned with ADB’s Interim Pacific Approach, 2015 and the Midterm Review of Strategy 2020. The focus on strengthening public sector management and the transport sector, particularly outer island port development, supports Tuvalu’s National Strategy for Sustainable Development, 2005-2015 objectives of good governance, macroeconomic growth and stability, and sustainable economic infrastructure.
Focus of assistance
Firstly, ADB’s operations will continue implementating reforms in public sector management, supported by a policy-based program aimed at strengthening fiscal sustainability and consolidating past reform efforts undertaken by ADB. Secondly, an investment project will help improve outer islands’ port facilities, some of which were damaged during tropical cyclone Pam, to ensure the safe and efficient transfer of people and goods, promote economic development, and improve people’s livelihood in the outer islands.
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