Building a differentiated approach for Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations and Small Island Developing States
Article | 4 September 2020
ADB continually finds ways to update its approach to some of the most difficult development challenges in Asia and the Pacific, especially those found in conflict-affected countries like Afghanistan and Myanmar or in countries where fragility is the result of small size and population, geographic isolation and disproportionate threats from climate change such as the Marshall Islands, Kiribati and Tuvalu. ADB is reviewing and updating its approach during 2020-2021 and invites practitioners and stakeholders to participate in this process. By coming together, we can develop approaches that are more adaptable, feasible, and sustainable.