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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 has been helping Pakistan reduce poverty and increase resilience and prosperity by supporting investments in key sectors and services.
Palau is a small island developing state in the northern Pacific. It is exceptionally vulnerable to natural hazards, and its narrow economy exposes it to international market volatility.
ADB is one of Papua New Guinea’s largest sources of official development assistance, with an average annual lending of $339 million over 5 years from 2017 to 2022.
ADB has been working with the PRC since 1986. To date, ADB has committed 1,193 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $42.9 billion to the PRC.
ADB is helping the Philippines address poverty and inequality, tackle climate change, enhance resilience and sustainability, make cities more livable, improve governance and institutional capacity, and promote gender equality.
Portugal joined ADB in 2002. It has provided $480.7 million in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $96.21 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
The Republic of Korea is a founding member of ADB. It has provided $7.12 billion in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $788.11 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
Samoa is a founding member of ADB and has been receiving support from the bank for infrastructure development and policy reforms, and strengthening its climate resilience.
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 support economic recovery, ADB is assisting Solomon Islands to invest in transport, water supply, energy, urban infrastructure and services, education, health, and public sector management.