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Country Partnership and Regional Cooperation Strategies Under Preparation

The Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) provides the strategic framework for ADB to engage with each developing member country (DMC). It is the primary platform for designing operational programs to deliver development results at the country level, guided by both the country's development strategy and the corporate strategic priorities of ADB. The CPS timeframe is aligned with the client's strategic planning cycle, where relevant and feasible. Adjustments in the timeframe can be made if justified by major economic or political developments. In such case, an interim CPS with a time horizon of a maximum of 2 years and abbreviated business process may be prepared when there is considerable uncertainty.

The Regional Cooperation Strategy (RCS) is a strategy for an ADB-defined region or subregion in Asia and the Pacific to achieve the desired objectives of regional cooperation.

Country/Region Strategy Type and Period Country Consultation Strategy Formulation Meeting Board Consideration and Endorsement Team Leader
Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) and Interim Country Partnership Strategy
Armenia CPS 2019-2023 Q2 2019 Q2 2019 Q3  2019 Anne Witheford
Azerbaijan CPS 2019-2023 30 May - 6 Jun 2018 26 Jul 2018 Mar 2019 Aziz Haydarov / David Oldfield
Bhutan CPS 2019-2023 Sep 2018 Nov 2018 Jun 2019 Tshewang Norbu
Fiji CPS 2019-2023 8-14 Aug 2018 31 Aug 2018 Feb 2019 S. Singh
Georgia CPS 2019-2023 Q3 2018 Nov 2018 Q3 2019 Kenji Takamiya
Kyrgyz Republic CPS 2018-2022 Nov 2017 20 Apr 2018 25 Sep 2018 Rajesh Vasudevan
Nepal CPS 2020-2024 Oct 2018-Jan 2019 II Feb 2019 IV Aug 2019 Sharad Bhandari
Philippines CPS 2017-2022 15 Jul 2017 10 Oct 2017 14 Sep 2018 Joven Balbosa
Uzbekistan CPS 2018-2022 29 May - 6 Jun 2018 4 Sep 2018 Jan 2019 Lyaziza Sabyrova

Updated as of 21 Aug 2018

An Interim CPS is normally considered by the Board on a No Objection basis.

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