Bhutan and ADB
ADB’s country partnership strategy for Bhutan, 2019–2023 supports efforts to diversify the economy, catalyze private sector growth, improve connectivity, build climate-resilient infrastructure, and strengthen human capital.
Results achieved are aggregate amounts of contributions to 7 Operational Priorities of Strategy 2030 from operations reported in project completion reports, technical assistance completion reports, and extended annual review reports circulated for the year.
These results are also presented on the annual Development Effectiveness Review. The review covers all operations financed by ADB's ordinary capital resources and the Asian Development Fund, ADB's concessional lending window.
|Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction (tCO2-equivalent per year)||508,790|
|New households connected to electricity||9,586|
|New households connected to electricity, Rural||9,586|
|Installed energy generation capacity (MW equivalent)||126|
|Installed energy generation capacity, Renewable (MW equivalent)||126|
|Transmission lines installed or upgraded (km)||19|
|Distribution lines installed or upgraded (km)||1,682|
|Use of roads built or upgraded (average daily vehicle-kms in the first full year of operation)||138,938|
|Roads built or upgraded (km)||239|
|Expressways and national highways built or upgraded (km)||136|
|Provincial, district, and rural roads built or upgraded (km)||103|
|Roads built or upgraded, Rural (km)||66|
|Roads built or upgraded, Urban (km)||173|
|Households with new or improved water supply||14,052|
|Households with new or improved water supply, Urban||14,052|
|Households with new or improved sanitation||4,021|
|Waste water treatment capacity added or improved (m3 per day)||6,800|
|Water supply pipes installed or upgraded (length of network in km)||66|
|Small and medium-sized enterprise loan accounts opened or end borrowers reached||1,900|
|Students benefiting from new or improved educational facilities||771|
|Students benefiting from new or improved educational facilities, Female||216|
|Students benefiting from new or improved educational facilities, Male||555|
|Teachers trained with quality or competency standards||26|
|Teachers trained with quality or competency standards, Female||7|
|Teachers trained with quality or competency standards, Male||20|
|Cross-border transmission of electricity (gigawatt-hours per year)||497|
Source: Asian Development Bank. 2018 Development Effectiveness Review (April 2019)
Note: Results achieved are aggregate amounts of outputs and outcomes from operations reported in project completion reports and extended annual review reports circulated for the year.
Sources: ADB project and/or program completion reports issued in 2010-2018, staff estimates, and ADB Strategy and Policy Department.
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