Georgia: Country Operations Business Plan (2019-2021)
ADB's country operations business plan, 2019–2021 for Georgia is consistent with its country partnership strategy 2014–2018, which focuses on sustainable transport, regional connectivity, and economic corridor development.
The COBP is consistent with the strategic priorities set out in ADB’s Strategy 2030, the Socioeconomic Development Strategy of Georgia,3 the Government of Georgia’s Four-Point Action Plan, and it takes into account transition to the country partnership strategy 2019–2023 for Georgia.
The COBP will support the government to (i) improve internal and regional market connectivity to enhance private sector competitiveness and broaden access to economic opportunities; (ii) provide reliable drinking water, sewerage, and sanitation services, particularly in secondary cities and towns that are potential hubs for agribusiness, tourism, and regional trade; (iii) improve the security and stability of electric power systems, especially for communities in lagging regions; (iv) strengthen public sector management for better mobilizing domestic resources and developing the private sector, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); and (v) increase access to finance and promote financial inclusion, particularly for microenterprises and SMEs.
- Consistency of Business Plan with Country Partnership Strategy
- Indicative Resource Parameters
- Summary of Changes to Lending and Nonlending Programs