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The Country Operations Business Plan describes the consistency of the business plan with the country partnership/regional cooperation strategy, including grants and projects in the pipeline.
The priorities under ADB’s Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), 2017–2021 remain valid for the country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022. ADB operations will support key operational priorities from Strategy 2030: addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities through infrastructure (energy and transport) as well as education and training and healthcare; building climate and disaster resilience through appropriate infrastructure and livelihood support; making cities more livable through urban infrastructure and services; promoting rural development and food security focusing on community development; strengthening governance and institutional capacity including public sector management and private sector development; and fostering regional cooperation and integration for the provision of regional public goods.
Kế hoạch hoạt động quốc gia (COBP) 2020-2022 của ADB cho Việt Nam vẫn nhất quán với các ưu tiên trong kế hoạch phát triển kinh tế xã hội 5 năm 2016-2020 của Việt Nam và các hỗ trợ của ADB để thực hiện kế hoạch này trong chiến lược đối tác quốc gia (CPS) 2016-2020.
ADB's country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 for Viet Nam remains consistent with the priorities of the country’s Socio-Economic Development Plan, 2016–2020 and ADB’s support to its implementation under the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2016–2020.
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Thailand will be a bridge to fill the gap between the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2013–2016 and the forthcoming CPS, 2020–2024. ADB’s COBP lays the foundation for the expected strategic directions of the forthcoming CPS. It also maintains consistency with three strategic directions and four program areas of ADB’s CPS, 2013–2016, all of which still remain fully relevant and valid.
This country operations business plan (COBP) is the first COBP of the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2019–2023 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) with the Royal Government of Cambodia. This COBP includes a mix of project loans, policy-based lending for government-led policy reforms, and other financing modalities to support long-term infrastructure programs. In 2020–2022 the sovereign lending program will focus on four pillars: (i) accelerate competitiveness and economic diversification; (ii) strengthen human capital and lifelong learning; (iii) foster green, sustainable, and inclusive development; and (iv) improve governance.
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is consistent with the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2019–2023 for Armenia. The strategic objectives of the CPS, 2019–2023 are to support the government’s efforts to ensure diversified growth and widen inclusiveness. The planned program in this COBP is aligned with the CPS, which is structured with three strategic pillars: (i) priority infrastructure investments, (ii) targeted service delivery improvements, and (iii) greater regional cooperation and integration. The planned program in this COBP is also well-aligned with ADB’s Strategy 2030 operational priorities, particularly poverty, livable cities, environment, governance, regional cooperation, and gender.
The country operations business plan, 2020–2022 is consistent with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) country partnership strategy (CPS), 2019–2023 for Fiji. The country operations business plan is the first to be prepared following the approval of ADB’s CPS. ADB will support Fiji to achieve sustained, inclusive, private sector-led growth by focusing on three strategic objectives: (i) promoting private sector investment and growth, (ii) broadening access to quality services and economic opportunities, and (iii) building resilience and reducing economic volatility. Accelerating progress in gender equality, fostering regional cooperation and integration, and leveraging private sector investment and public–private partnerships are priorities that are mainstreamed in all strategic objectives.
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Nepal is guided by ADB’s country partnership strategy (CPS), 2020–2024. The objectives of the CPS, 2020–2024 are to (i) improve infrastructure for private sector-led growth, (ii) improve access to devolved services, and (iii) promote environmental sustainability and resilience.
The country operations business plan (COBP), 2020–2022 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Uzbekistan is consistent with the recent government initiatives and the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2019–2023 for Uzbekistan.
Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) country operations business plan for the Philippines, 2020-2022 will maintain alignment with the ADB's country partnership strategy, 2018–2023 for the Philippines and the government’s priorities of investing in infrastructure, local economies, and poor Filipinos. The lending operations will target climate-resilient infrastructure development that better connects regions, communities, and people, and raise competitiveness.