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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.
To date, ADB has committed 494 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $7.7 billion to Nepal.
ADB has placed its regular assistance to Afghanistan on hold effective 15 August 2021, but in 2022 supported the economic and social development of the Afghan people through a special arrangement with the United Nations to address basic human needs.
Since 2005, ADB has supported Armenia through various programs mainly in transport, public finance, school safety, energy, water supply, and urban development. It remains one of the country's largest multilateral development partners.
Australia is a founding member of ADB. It has provided $8.17 billion in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $3.14 billion to Special Funds since becoming a member.
Azerbaijan aims to develop a sustainable and competitive economy, achieve an inclusive society, improve human capital, shift to “green growth,” and improve infrastructure. ADB continues to be one of the country's key sources of official development assistance.
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.
Belgium is a founding member of ADB. It has provided $480.7 million in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $268.68 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
Bhutan became a member of ADB in 1982. To date, ADB has committed 205 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $1.2 billion to Bhutan.
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.