Myanmar and ADB
In the Spotlight
ADB and the Government of Myanmar have agreed to partner up in promoting public-private partnerships (PPP) in the transport sector. ADB will provide strategic and transaction advisory services to support the Government of Myanmar’s bid to identify and develop transport projects through PPPs.
In Myanmar, 25.6% of the population lives below the national poverty line. Get the latest statistical data on poverty and socioeconomic development in Myanmar and compare poverty indicators among countries in Southeast Asia.
This assessment highlights Myanmar’s energy sector performance, major development constraints, government plans, and future ADB support strategy.
Women are still far less likely to seize economic opportunities and start businesses throughout Asia and the Pacific. Three women tell us what needs to change in their country to boost the number of female entrepreneurs.
Emerging from decades of economic and political isolation, Myanmar is striving for inclusive economic growth and poverty reduction. The country has strong potential for broad economic expansion, possessing abundant natural resources, a strategic location at the crossroads of Asia, a young population, and a sizable market with wide-ranging investment opportunities. Successful national elections, held in November 2015, represented an important milestone in Myanmar’s transition.
ADB operations in Myanmar focuses on building human resources and capacity, creating an enabling economic environment, and expanding access and connectivity.
Myanmar is a member of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).
Read the ADB and Myanmar fact sheet.
Projects in Myanmar
- Support for Sanitary and Phytosanitary Arrangements Development
- Enhancing the Power Sector's Legal and Regulatory Framework
- Design of e-Governance Master Plan and Review of Information and Communication Technology Capacity in Academic Institutions.
- Developing the Asset Management Program for Myanmar Roads
- Support for Myanmar's Reforms for Inclusive Growth