ADB Financing Partners
Responding Rapidly to the COVID-19 Crisis
In the face of the region’s glaring needs, ADB and its financing partners responded with agility, boldness, and innovativeness.
ADB partners with international development agencies, nongovernment or civil society organizations, nontraditional donors, multilateral and bilateral institutions, the private sector, and other emerging development partners. This section highlights the financing partners with active sovereign projects in 2020.
Who Partners with ADB
ADB works with a wide range of bilateral donors—government organizations that give direct assistance to a recipient country for development purposes—within and outside the Asia and Pacific region.
- China, People’s Republic of
- Korea, Republic of
- Netherlands, The
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
ADB partners with organizations or institutions established or chartered by more than one country to provide financial support and professional advice for economic and social development activities in developing countries.
- ANA Trust Fund
- ASEAN Infrastructure Fund
- Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
- Asian Investment Facility
- Eurasian Development Bank
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- European Investment Bank
- European Union
- International Fund for Agricultural Development
- Islamic Development Bank
- Neighbourhood Investment Facility
- New Development Bank
- Nordic Development Fund
- OPEC Fund for International Development
- Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility
- United Nations
- World Bank Group
ADB works with other partners through concessional or commercial cofinancing, including partners from the private sector, with corporate social responsibility and philanthropic thrusts.
Why Partner with ADB
ADB, with its breadth of operations, offers full or partial administration of development assistance and programs cofinanced with partners
ADB has a deep understanding of the region and its needs, as well as close and tested relationships with its member countries
ADB uses its convening power to catalyze and coordinate action on development challenges while creating synergies among various public and private development initiatives
ADB brings over 50 years of accumulated experience in implementing projects across multiple sectors and thematic issues of strategic importance
ADB provides nonbinding collaboration opportunities to scale up and promote local, national, and regional development projects and programs
ADB promotes knowledge generation and sharing across the organization and the region, and provides high-quality policy advice that helps strengthen the institutional capacity of its member countries