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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.
Current ADB operations in Azerbaijan are being implemented under the Country Partnership Strategy 2019–2023. ADB is one of the country’s key sources of official development assistance.
ADB is one of Cambodia's largest sources of official development assistance, with average annual lending of $329.8 million from 2016-2021. The bank's support is aligned with the Cambodia's National Strategic Development Plan 2019-2023.
As a small island developing state, the Federated States of Micronesia experiences heightened barriers to growth due to its geographic isolation, small population, capacity constraints, and exposure to natural hazards.
The Government of Georgia has taken steps to deregulate the economy, streamline bureaucracy, and combat corruption. ADB began its partnership with Georgia in 2007 and is one of the country's largest multilateral development partners.
Hong Kong, China joined ADB in 1969. It has provided $809.1 million in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $148.89 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
ADB assistance to Kiribati will focus on long-term investments to improve water supply, outer-island maritime infrastructure, renewable energy, disaster-resilient programs, and health infrastructure and system improvement programs.
ADB’s recent assistance to Nauru helped address the country’s considerable infrastructure needs, improve service delivery, strengthen fiscal sustainability, and enhance the performance of state-owned enterprises.
To support sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, ADB is focusing its assistance in Palau on improving public sector performance and promoting private sector development.
ADB's planned support for Solomon Islands aligns with the government’s strategic focus on increased infrastructure development, tax reform, prudent financial management, and strengthening basic health services and education.
ADB’s assistance program in Tuvalu will focus on improving outer-island port facilities, building disaster resilience, and scaling up access to renewable energy sources.