Afghanistan: Development Effectiveness Brief

Publication | November 2010
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Since the start of the partnership over 40 years ago, ADB has provided Afghanistan with $2.1 billion in loans, grants, guarantees, technical assistance, ADB-administered cofinancing, and private sector investments.

As Afghanistan's fourth-largest donor, ADB has helped stimulate the economy, drive through critical reforms, and repair the country's shattered infrastructure. ADB suspended operations in the country in 1989 because of civil war, but returned in late 2001 and has provided $2.1 billion in loans, grants, guarantees, and technical assistance. ADB has concentrated its loans and grants in energy, transport, irrigation, agriculture, governance, and finance. ADB has used private sector support to help invigorate banking and telecommunications.

Contents

  • Afghanistan and ADB: A Partnership for Stability
  • ADB's Contribution to Development and Poverty Reduction
  • Operational Effectiveness: Improving Efficiency and Performance
  • Future Challenges

Additional Details

Type
Series
Subjects
  • ADB administration and governance
  • Managing for Development Results (MfDR)
  • ADB funds and products
  • Private sector (Non-sovereign) financing
Countries
  • Afghanistan
SKU
  • ARM102720

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