ADB-Uzbekistan Partnership Strategy
ADB and the Government of Uzbekistan have agreed on a new 5-year country partnership strategy (CPS) for 2012-2016 that will focus on promoting inclusive growth through diversifying the economy and expanding regional cooperation.
The new strategy will focus on transport, energy, municipal services, water, and access to finance. The CPS will also prioritize governance, regional cooperation and integration, private sector development, knowledge management, gender equity, and climate change.
Uzbekistan has made major welfare gains, with the percentage of the population below the poverty line decreasing from more than 25% in 2005 to 16% in 2011. Per capita income has nearly trebled in the last seven years to $1,580, on the back of prudent macroeconomic management and a favorable external environment.
Strategic assistance under the CPS will promote industrial development, accelerate economic diversification, and support the private sector. ADB will also support improvements in infrastructure and promote small and medium-sized enterprises, both essential to job creation.
The CPS also supports Uzbekistan’s commitment to regional connectivity and trade through the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation program.
Country Operations Business Plans
Country Partnership Strategies
Country Partnership Strategy Final Review
Country Partnership Strategy Updates
Regional Cooperation Strategy and Programs
- Pacific: Regional Operations Business Plan (2014-2016)
- Pacific: Regional Operations Business Plan (2013-2015)
- Pacific: Regional Operations Business Plan (2010-2013)
- ADB's Approach to Assisting the Pacific (2010-2014)
- Working in Fragile Environments: A Midterm Review of the Pacific Strategy (2005–2009)
The Public Communications Policy (PCP) recognizes that transparency and accountability are essential to development effectiveness. It establishes the disclosure requirements for documents and information ADB produces or requires to be produced.
The Accountability Mechanism provides a forum where people adversely affected by ADB-assisted projects can voice and seek solutions to their problems and report alleged noncompliance of ADB's operational policies and procedures.