Country Partnership Strategies

  • September 2015

    Indonesia: Strategi Kemitraan Negara Sementara (2015)

    Strategi kemitraan negara sementara (Interim Country Partnership Strategy, I-CPS) 2015 untuk Indonesia memperpanjang keabsahan CPS 2012-2014 selama satu tahun. Hal ini memungkinkan CPS berikutnya yaitu CPS 2016-2019 diselaraskan dengan Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2015-2019. RPJMN ini disusun pemerintah untuk periode lima tahun, termasuk pengaturan pelaksanaannya, yang diselesaikan dalam enam bulan pertama tahun 2015. I-CPS 2015 ini konsisten dengan prioritas yang ditetapkan dalam Kajian Tengah Waktu atas Strategi 2020 dari ADB.
  • September 2015

    Indonesia: Interim Country Partnership Strategy (2015)

    The interim country partnership strategy (I–CPS), 2015 for Indonesia extends the validity of the CPS, 2012–2014 for 1 year. This will allow the next CPS, 2016–2019 to be aligned with the government’s 5–year National Medium–Term Development Plan, 2015–2019, including the implementation arrangements, which are being finalized in the first 6 months of 2015. The I–CPS, 2015 is consistent with the priorities set out in the Midterm Review of Strategy 2020 of the Asian Development Bank.
  • August 2015

    (پاکستان: ملکی شراکت کی حکمت عملی (2015-2019

    ایشیائی ترقیاتی بینک کی ملکی حکمت عملی (سی پی ایس) ایشیائی ترقیاتی بینک کی حکمت عملی کے وسط مدتی جائزہ کی رو سے ایشیائی ترقیاتی بینک اور حکومتی ترجیحات جن کا مقصد شراکتی و پائیدار ترقی کو حاصل کرنا ہے کے حصول میں مدد دے گا
  • August 2015

    Maldives: Interim Country Partnership Strategy (2016)

    This interim country partnership strategy (ICPS) for 2016 is being prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the Strategy and Policy Department on interim CPS business process, where the CPS and the government’s development strategy need to be synchronized. The current ICPS is for 2014–2015. The Government of the Maldives is formulating a national development strategy (NDS), which will be finalized by the third quarter of 2015.
  • August 2015

    Pakistan: Country Partnership Strategy (2015-2019)

    The country partnership strategy (CPS) defines ADB's strategic approach in Pakistan for 2015−2019, aligned with ADB's Strategy 2020 midterm review priorities and the country's own development strategy.
  • June 2015

    Interim Pacific Approach, 2015

    The interim Pacific Approach, 2015 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will extend the validity of the Pacific Approach, 2010–2014 until the Board of Directors endorses the new Pacific Approach in January 2016.
  • June 2015

    Sri Lanka: Interim Country Partnership Strategy (2015–2016)

    ADB's interim country partnership strategy (CPS), 2015–2016 for Sri Lanka is the first step to adjust ADB’s operations strategy to align it with evolving needs. The interim CPS includes the agriculture, natural resources, and rural development (ANR) sector in ADB’s priority sectors in Sri Lanka to strengthen the drive toward inclusive growth. The Mahaweli Water Security Investment Program is included in the 2015 lending pipeline to operationalize the mandate. Other strategic thrusts and priority sectors remain the same as in the CPS, 2012–2016.
  • March 2015

    Papua Niugini: Kantri Patnasip Strateji (2016-2020)

    Kantri patnasip strateji (CPS) i tok klia long ol bikpela plen bilong ADB long wok insait long Papua Niugini (PNG) bilong 2016-2020, bihainim Strateji bilong ADB long 2020 midtem reviu praioriti na divelopmen strateji bilong kantri yet.
  • March 2015

    Papua New Guinea: Country Partnership Strategy (2016-2020)

    The country partnership strategy (CPS) defines ADB's strategic approach in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for 2016-2020, aligned with ADB's Strategy 2020 midterm review priorities and the country's own development strategy.
  • December 2014

    საქართველო: ქვეყანასთან თანამშრომლობის სტრატეგია (2014-2018)

    ქვეყანასთან თანამშრომლობის სტრატეგია ეფუძნება ADB-ის შეფასების სტრატეგია 2020-ს და სრულ შესაბამისობაშია საქართველოს მთავრობის სოციალურ-ეკონომიკური განვითარების სტრატეგიასთან (საქართველო 2020).

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