Partnership Report 2022: Driving Growth, Boosting Resilience

Institutional Document | June 2023

The Partnership Report 2022 highlights the work of ADB and its partners in cofinancing development in Asia and the Pacific in the past year. The report presents how ADB’s financing partnerships built and nurtured the resilience of developing member countries, enabling them to withstand economic and other shocks.

The Partnership Report 2022: Driving Growth, Boosting Resilience is a digital publication that highlights the work of ADB and its partners in cofinancing development in Asia and the Pacific during the past year. The report offers data and insights on cofinancing in ADB’s sovereign and nonsovereign operations, stories of growth and resilience, and individual partner and trust fund profiles that showcase their contributions to ADB’s operations.

Despite the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impacts gradually diminishing, 2022 saw new challenges emerge—from the Russian invasion of Ukraine to the worsening food crisis to extreme weather events. These were stark reminders of how shocks to the system can unwind development. Amid these challenges, ADB and its partners continued to leverage partnerships.

ADB and its financing partners mobilized $11.4 billion in 2022, significantly focusing on promoting resilience against shocks to drive post-pandemic economic growth in the Asia and Pacific region. Sovereign cofinancing reached $4.3 billion, while cofinancing for nonsovereign operations reached $7.1 billion. Numerous private sector partners, 14 bilateral partners, 6 multilateral partners, and 4 global funds cofinanced 124 sovereign and 41 nonsovereign projects with ADB.

ADB’s annual Partnership Report features the work and achievements of ADB’s financing partnerships with bilateral and multilateral institutions, the private sector, and other development partners each year. Produced by the Strategy, Policy, and Partnerships Department of ADB, the report illustrates how financing partnerships are delivering concrete impacts on the ground, how they are aligned with ADB operational priorities, and how partnerships amplify ADB’s operations.

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  • ADB administration and governance
  • ADB funds and products
  • Cofinancing
  • Private sector (Non-sovereign) financing
  • 8.5 x 11

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