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Pacific Disaster Resilience Program (Phase 3): Report and Recommendation of the President

Reports and Recommendations of the President | November 2020

The program will improve the resilience of the participating Asian Development Bank (ADB) Pacific developing member countries to disasters triggered by natural hazards and health emergencies. It will support policy actions strengthening resilience to disasters and provide a source of financing for timely emergency response and early recovery.

The report and recommendation of the President to the Board of Directors (RRP) document describes the terms and conditions of a project for consideration and approval by ADB's Board of Directors.

This document dated November 2020 is provided for the ADB regional project 50028-003.

Linked Documents

  1. Facility Agreement: Cook Islands
  2. Grant Agreement: Federated States of Micronesia
  3. Grant Agreement: Kiribati
  4. Grant Agreement: Marshall Islands
  5. Loan Agreement: Palau
  6. Grant Agreement: Samoa
  7. Grant Agreement: Solomon Islands
  8. Grant Agreement: Tonga
  9. Grant Agreement: Tuvalu
  10. Grant Agreement: Vanuatu
  11. Sector Assessment (Summary): Disaster Risk Management
  12. Contribution to the ADB Results Framework
  13. Development Coordination
  14. Country Economic Indicators: Cook Islands
  15. Country Economic Indicators: Federated States of Micronesia
  16. Country Economic Indicators: Kiribati
  17. Country Economic Indicators: Marshall Islands
  18. Country Economic Indicators: Palau
  19. Country Economic Indicators: Samoa
  20. Country Economic Indicators: Solomon Islands
  21. Country Economic Indicators: Tonga
  22. Country Economic Indicators: Tuvalu
  23. Country Economic Indicators: Vanuatu
  24. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Federated States of Micronesia
  25. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Kiribati
  26. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Marshall Islands
  27. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Palau
  28. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Samoa
  29. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Solomon Islands
  30. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Tonga
  31. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Tuvalu
  32. International Monetary Fund Assessment Letter: Vanuatu
  33. Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategy
  34. Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan
  35. List of Ineligible Items
  36. Macroeconomic Assessment Summary: Cook Islands
  37. Sector Assessment (Summary): Health (Emergency Focus)