ADB has been supporting Solomon Islands since 1973 and has committed loans totaling $184.4 million, grants of $143.4 million, technical assistance worth $26.1 million, and ADB-administered cofinancing of $102.5 million for Solomon Islands. Cumulative loan and grant disbursements to Solomon Islands amount to $205.8 million.
Number of shares held:
708 (0.007% of total shares)
39,822 (0.299% of total membership, 0.460% of total regional membership)
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The Asian Development Bank has approved support of almost $150 million to boost land and maritime connectivity in Solomon Islands.
Despite a weakening economic growth forecast for the Pacific, recent progress in vaccination rollouts and stronger public health measures are providing optimism for the safe reopening of borders in the near term, according to...
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has launched a new strategy to help ADB’s Pacific developing member countries (DMCs) improve connectivity and tackle other core development challenges across the Pacific over the next 5 years.
Leah Gutierrez, Director General of ADB's Pacific Regional Department, outlines the key priorities in the Pacific Approach for 2021-2025, the impact of COVID-19 on the region over the past two years and into the future.