Asian Development Bank and Mongolia: Fact Sheet
Building on a 3-decade partnership, ADB will use sovereign, nonsovereign, and knowledge initiatives to ensure that Mongolia is resilient to the impacts of the pandemic and can continue to progress toward long-term sustainable and inclusive development.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has been Mongolia’s largest multilateral development partner since 1991, supporting the country’s transformation to a middle-income, market-based economy.
ADB is developing a new country partnership strategy, 2021–2024 for Mongolia. It will focus on supporting the country’s COVID-19 recovery as well as encouraging sustainable and inclusive growth. ADB will use sovereign, nonsovereign, and knowledge initiatives to ensure that Mongolia’s economy is resilient to the impacts of the pandemic.
Updated yearly, this ADB Fact Sheet provides concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information.