ADB assistance to Afghanistan is closely aligned with the country’s National Peace and Development Framework, self-reliance and reform agendas, and national priority programs.
Green bonds are an increasingly viable option for investors in Asia, like pension and superannuation funds, looking to get involved in green sustainable financing.
Building strong partnerships with diverse institutions is a major focus of ADB's Strategy 2030 to mobilize more resources for its sovereign and nonsovereign operations. Here are ADB cofinancing projects with Canada and the United States of America.
Raise public awareness about ADB and the Asia-Pacific region in North America.
Mobilize resources from the public and private sectors in North America for ADB operations.
Act as a liaison between ADB's Manila Headquarters and North American policymakers and major stakeholders, and strengthen collaboration with other multilateral institutions based in North America.
The United States has contributed $23.04 billion in capital subscription as of 31 December 2018. It has contributed and committed $4.85 billion to Special Funds since joining in 1966.