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These quick reference Fact Sheets summarize ADB’s partnerships with its members. They provide key facts and figures, an overview of activities and future directions, and are updated each year.
ADB stands ready to support and collaborate with Thailand to ensure recovery from the health, social, and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ADB is responding to Bangladesh's need for greater climate resilience, quality education, improved infrastructure, and skills development to realize the government's goal of becoming an upper middle-income country by 2031.
Brunei Darussalam joined ADB in 2006. It has provided $497.55 million in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $22.08 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
India is a founding member of ADB and the bank’s fourth largest shareholder. Since commencing operations in 1986, ADB has aligned its operations in the country to the government’s developing priorities.
The Lao PDR aims to promote quality, sustainable, inclusive, and green growth in the context of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and to graduate from least developed country status in 2026.
ADB cooperation since 2011 with Malaysia has expanded on several fronts under successive development plans.
To date, ADB has committed 494 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $7.7 billion to Nepal.
Singapore is a founding member of ADB. It has provided $480.7 million in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $32.18 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
To date, ADB has committed 155 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $2.4 billion to Tajikistan.