Solomon Islands: Development Effectiveness Brief | Asian Development Bank

Solomon Islands: Development Effectiveness Brief

Publication | January 2012
Solomon Islands: Development Effectiveness Brief

This country brief discusses how Solomon Islands has achieved important development gains through ADB’s support. From 1973 to 2010, Solomon Islands had 16 loans, six Asian Development Fund grants, and 65 technical assistance projects.

The relationship has included 16 loans, six Asian Development Fund grants, 65 technical assistance projects, ongoing policy dialogue, and the development of specific knowledge products. Solomon Islands have achieved important development gains through ADB's support. In transport, they have focused on restoring infrastructure; improving maintenance; increasing safety, quality, and reliability; and promoting private sector participation. ADB's private sector reform activities have helped implement state-owned enterprise reforms and improve the environment for doing business.

Contents 

  • Solomon Islands Development Indicators
  • Solomon Islands and ADB: Ensuring Basic Infrastructure
  • ADB's Contribution to Development and Poverty Reduction
  • Operational Effectiveness: Improving Efficiency and Performance
  • Future Challenges