Pakistan and ADB
In the Spotlight
In Multan, a city in Pakistan's eastern province of Punjab, a group of women is receiving training as solar panel technicians. This initiative is providing them with new income opportunities and raising their status in society.
ADB and the Government of Pakistan today signed two loans totaling $380 million for projects to help improve the country’s urban and transport sectors.
Flowing more than 1,000 km between Pakistan’s Indus River and the Suleiman Mountains, the Chashma Canal has helped transform a vast expanse of barren land into green farmland where profitable crops like rice and sugarcane can be cultivated.
This country profile provides a comprehensive overview of climate change science and policy in Pakistan, drawing insights from national and international literature.
The Government of Pakistan has worked with ADB to strengthen the country’s key infrastructure, boost social and environmental safeguards, and promote information sharing with other countries.
The country partnership strategy, 2015-2019 for Pakistan continues to focus on infrastructure development and institutional reforms. It outlines financial assistance in six key sectors: energy; transport; agriculture, natural resources, and rural development; water and other urban infrastructure and services; public sector management; and finance
Pakistan is a member of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program.
Projects in Pakistan
- Capacity Building for Khushhali Bank Limited
- Enhancing Public-Private Partnerships in Punjab Project
- Supporting Economic Corridor Development through Strategic Planning Frameworks
- Punjab Intermediate Cities Improvement Investment Project (Phase 2)
- Strengthening the Federal Public–Private Partnership Framework and Enabling Reforms for Infrastructure Financing Support