Development Effectiveness Country Briefs
The Development Effectiveness Country Briefs present how ADB's operations help improve people's lives in developing member countries and the challenges ADB and the countries face in pursuing agreed development goals. They complement the annual Development Effectiveness Review in reporting on ADB's performance using the ADB Results Framework indicators. The Development Effectiveness Review reports on corporate performance while the briefs focus on country-level performance.
Armenia: Development Effectiveness Brief 2010
An ADB member since September 2005, Armenia received cumulative assistance of $223.9 million in loans and $3.9 million in technical assistance grants as of 31 December 2009.
Nepal: Development Effectiveness Brief 2010
By the end of 2009, Nepal has received a total of $2.97 billion in loans and grants, and technical assistance grants of $137.9 million from ADB.
Lao PDR: Development Effectiveness Brief 2010
As of December 2009, ADB has extended approved loans and grants of almost $1.4 billion, with 95% from the Asian Development Fund. ADB has also extended $122.6 million in technical assistance.
Cambodia: Development Effectiveness Brief
From 1998 to 2009, ADB's lending and nonlending support to Cambodia totaled $1,171.4 million, comprising 40 loans amounting to $825.1 million, 36 grants of $280.2 million, and 107 technical assistance projects of $66.1 million.
Bangladesh: Development Effectiveness Brief 2010
Since becoming an ADB member in 1973, Bangladesh had received loans amounting to about $10.8 billion for 202 loans, and technical assistance grants valuing at $195.2 million for 348 projects by the end of December 2009.
Afghanistan: Development Effectiveness Brief
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.
Mongolia: Development Effectiveness Brief
As of 31 December 2009, ADB’s ongoing loan and grant portfolio consisted of 10 loans for a total of $187.5 million and 8 Asian Development Fund grants for a total of $122.2 million, including 15 projects and 2 programs.
Georgia: Development Effectiveness Brief
As of September 2010, ADB had provided Georgia with $523 million in loans and $5.46 million in technical assistance grants.
Papua New Guinea: Development Effectiveness Brief 2010
By the end of 2009, Papua New Guinea received about $1.3 billion in approved loans from ADB. The country regards ADB as a mainstay partner in key sectors such as transport, HIV prevention and primary health, and private sector development.
ترقياتی اثرپذيری کا خلاصہ: پاکستان
Since becoming an ADB member in 1966, Pakistan has received almost $20 billion in loans to fund development programs, with about $14 billion disbursed as of the end of 2008.