ADB Assistance Works
ADB Energy Assistance Works. Just Ask Pakistani Fisherman Ismatullah Mangi
ADB continues a focus on infrastructure development and institutional reforms in Pakistan through its country partnership strategy.
ADB Microfinance Assistance Works. Just Ask Indian Dairy Farmer Sarvesh Chauhan
Since its first loan to India in 1986, ADB has contributed to the country's transformation through infrastructure development, financial reform, agriculture, and clean energy.
ADB Climate Change Assistance Works. Just Ask Tajik Engineer Nuriddin Odinaev
Tajikistan has grown its economy and reduced poverty over more than two decades of partnership with ADB.
ADB Education Assistance Works: Just Ask Bhutanese Student Kinley Pem
Bhutan's partnership with ADB has helped drive its careful, tradition-focused development strategy.
ADB Health Assistance Works: Just Ask Mongolian Herdswoman Oyuntuya Baldan-Ochir
Mongolia began revamping its economy and society in the early 1990s and ADB was an early, trusted partner in this effort.
ADB Water Assistance Works: Just Ask Georgian Housewife Tamara Makhviladze
Georgia and ADB have worked together since 2007 to deliver infrastructure and services that benefit all.
ADB Micro-Finance Assistance Works: Just Ask Uzbek Businesswoman Matluba Norbutaeva
Since 2010 ADB has funded 7.5 million microfinance loan accounts across Asia and the Pacific.
ADB Transport Assistance Works: Just Ask Lao Cafe Owner Sengchan Savatphoun
ADB has funded the construction or improvement of more than 92,000 km of road in Asia and the Pacific since 2010, that’s more than twice the distance around the earth.
ADB Energy Assistance Works: Just Ask Sri Lankan Farmer Herath Mudiyanselage Rathnapala
Since 2010, ADB loans and grants have led to an additional 19,000 gigawatts of power generation across Asia and the Pacific, that’s about the same as 20 large power stations.
ADB Sanitation Assistance Works: Just Ask Samoan Village Chief Valaauina Malo
ADB has helped bring improved sanitation to more than 5 million homes in Asia and the Pacific since 2010.