ADB has been supporting Tuvalu since 1993, committing loans totaling $7.9 million, grants of $60.8 million, technical assistance worth $10.7 million, and ADB-administered cofinancing of $2.8 million. Cumulative loan and grant disbursements to Tuvalu amount to $36.3 million.
Number of shares held:
150 (0.001% of total shares)
39,264 (0.295% of total membership, 0.453% of total regional membership)
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Paid-in capital subscription:
The fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCAS) and small island developing states (SIDS) approach—or FSA—represents a new way of doing business for ADB’s most vulnerable developing member countries.
ADB's Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations and Small Island Developing States Approach is set to improve livelihoods, inclusiveness, and resilience in these countries through more agile, flexible, and acutely responsive operations.
The fragile and conflict-situations and small island developing states approach presents ADB's new way of doing business in its most vulnerable members, which are at further risk because of the COVID-19 crisis.
This publication showcases 100 projects and programs tackling climate change and its impacts on people and the environment in cities across Asia and the Pacific.