Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction Annual Report 2021
Institutional Document | November 2022
This annual report explains how the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) supported ADB developing member countries during 2021 as they sought to recover from damaging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It highlights programs in Cambodia, Vanuatu, and Bangladesh, and presents the background, project implementation progress, achievements, and financial operations of the fund, which is a partnership between ADB and the government of Japan. It shows how the fund now plans to focus on areas including universal health coverage, climate change and disaster risk management as it works to reduce poverty and help countries build a more sustainable, resilient future.
- Executive Summary
- Overview of 2021 Operations
- Overview of Fund Operations, 2000–2021
- Outreach, Visibility, and Knowledge Sharing
- 2022 Activities