Solomon Islands: Projects and Results
Latest Project Results and Case Studies
Reconnecting Solomon Islands After the Cyclone Ita FloodsADB’s Transport Sector Flood Recovery Project helped reinstate bridge approach roads, culverts, and stream crossings and rebuilt three elevated bridges, reestablishing a seamless east–west road link on Guadalcanal and within Honiara. All works incorporated climate- and disaster-proof design.
How the ADF Base Allocation Increase is Already Transforming the PacificFrom clean power to port infrastructure, the Asian Development Fund is transforming the Pacific.
The Pacific Islands: The Push for Renewable EnergyA structural shift is taking place in the Pacific islands, as countries move away from fossil fuels in favor of more climate friendly forms of energy.
The Pacific Islands: Building Resilience to Natural DisastersAcross the region, ADB is committed to preparing climate change risk assessments for all its infrastructure investments in the Pacific.
The Pacific Islands: Connecting Countries to Each Other and the WorldConnectivity in the Pacific has two components: the physical and the digital. ADB has been working with development partners to help people and businesses overcome their isolation.
Unlocking the Economic Potential of Women in the PacificDoing business in the Pacific is hard, but it’s a lot harder for women. Fortunately, sweeping reforms across the Pacific are creating an enabling environment for business and opening up opportunities for women.
Making It Easier to Do Business in the PacificIt is now easier to register a business in many Pacific island countries following a successful pilot program in the Solomon Islands.
Solomon Islands Ports, Shipping and Maritime SafetyAn innovative project is improving the safety and efficiency of domestic maritime services, spurring rural development in Solomon Islands, and shaping up to be a model for similar projects in the Pacific region.
Solomon Islands: Rehabilitation of Sasape Marina Boosts EconomyThe sale and rehabilitation of Sasape Marina, formerly a state-owned enterprise, highlights some of the real benefits that can result from privatization.
Adapting to Climate Change in the Solomon IslandsLashed by rain, the Solomon Islands are rolling out a 'climate-proof' transportation infrastructure that will facilitate local trade and provide long-term construction and maintenance employment.
- Preparing the Strengthening Urban Health Services Project
- Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative, Phase IV
- Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility Coordination Office-Leveraging Infrastructure for Sustainable Development
- Pacific Disaster Resilience Program (Phase 2)
- Tina River Hydropower Project