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Papua New Guinea and ADB

ADB's priorities in Papua New Guinea focuses on developing transport infrastructure, promoting renewable energy, expanding access to finance, and improving health services.

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The country partnership strategy (CPS) is ADB's primary platform for designing operations to deliver development results at the country level. ADB works with each developing member country to map out a medium-term development strategy and a 3-year country operations business plan (COBP) to implement it.

  • 24 Sep 2019 | Institutional Document

    Papua New Guinea: Country Operations Business Plan (2020-2022)

    The country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Papua New Guinea is consistent with ADB’s country partnership strategy (CPS), 2016–2020 and the Government of Papua New Guinea’s national development plans. The COBP is also consistent with the priorities set out in ADB’s Strategy 2030. This COBP focuses on the five priority areas of the CPS: (i) transport, (ii) energy, (iii) health, (iv) water and other urban infrastructure and services, and (v) public sector management. This COBP also includes education and finance.  

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