Cofinancing with Australia and New Zealand

Investment Projects Cofinanced with Australia, 1 January 2010 – 31 December 2014

Country Project ADB Amount a
($ million)
Cofinancing Amount
($ million)
Type of
Cofinancing b
Bangladesh Third Primary Education Development 320.00 35.00 G
Cambodia Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction 130.00 11.93 G
Greater Mekong Subregion: Rehabilitation of the Railway in Cambodia (2nd Supplementary) - 0.96 G
Rural Energy - 6.11 G
Rural Roads Improvement II 54.00 6.67 G
People’s Republic of China Municipal Natural Gas Infrastructure Development Project (Phase 2) 100.00 18.00 C
Wastewater and Reuse Treatment Project 120.00 29.50 C
Indonesia Indonesia Eximbank 100.00 25.00 C
Metropolitan Sanitation Management Investment 80.00 48.83 G
Kiribati South Tarawa Sanitation Improvement Sector 7.56 13.95 G
Nepal School Sector Program 65.00 19.07 G
Papua New Guinea Microfinance Expansion 13.00 6.00 G
Rural Primary Health Services Delivery 20.00 40.00 G
Regional Trade Finance Program c 249.70 42.08 C
Solomon Islands Domestic Maritime Support (Sector) (Supplementary) - 4.30 G
Road Improvement (Sector) (Supplementary) - 0.74 G
Second Road Improvement (Sector) - 6.46 G
Transport Sector Development 12.00 30.00 G
Tonga Nuku’alofa Urban Sector Development 6.06 6.44 G
Outer Island Renewable Energy 2.00 4.50 G
Vanuatu Port Vila Urban Development 10.00 31.00 G
Viet Nam Central Mekong Delta Region Connectivity 410.00 134.00 G
Greater Mekong Subregion Flood and Drought Risk Management and Mitigation 45.00 5.89 G
Greater Mekong Subregion: Southern Coastal Corridor - Additional Financing 25.00 12.43 G
Health Human Resources Sector Development Program 60.00 11.00 G

– = nil.
a Loan, grant, or blend.
b C = commercial cofinancing, G = grant cofinancing.
c The $1 billion limit for ADB's Regional Trade Finance Program (TFP), approved by the Board of Directors in 2009, is the maximum exposure the TFP can assume at any one point in time. This limit has never been breached. Although greater than $1 billion in 2010–2014, the TFP exposure was not breached because TFP maturities tend to be short—less than 180 days on average—and TFP exposure can revolve (be reused) within a year. The TFP also distributes risk exposures to various partners that leverage its capital resources.

Investment Projects Cofinanced with New Zealand, 1 January 2010 – 31 December 2014

Country Project ADB Amount a
($ million)
Cofinancing Amount
($ million)
Type of Cofinancing b
Kiribati Strengthening Fiscal Stability Program 3.00 0.90 G
Papua New Guinea Improved Energy Access for Rural Communities 2.50 G
Solomon Islands Domestic Maritime Support (Sector) – Additional Financing 5.00 G
Road Improvement (Sector) (3rd Supplementary) 0.89 G
Second Road Improvement (Sector) (Supplementary) 0.36 G
Transport Sector Development 12.00 30.00 G
Tonga Cyclone Ian Recovery 4.52 4.27 G
Vanuatu Interisland Shipping Support 10.82 12.60 G

- = nil
a Loan, grant, or blend.
b G = grant cofinancing.