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.
Asian Development Bank and Kazakhstan: Fact Sheet
Current ADB operations in Kazakhstan support economic diversification, inclusive development, and sustainable growth. ADB is also supporting Kazakhstan’s active participation in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Program.
Asian Development Bank and Kiribati: Fact Sheet
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.
Asian Development Bank and the Kyrgyz Republic: Fact Sheet
The Kyrgyz Republic joined the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 1994. In recent years, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic has maintained a strong development agenda to reduce poverty through inclusive economic growth.
Asian Development Bank and the Lao PDR: Fact Sheet
ADB is one of Lao PDR's largest sources of official development assistance, with an average annual lending of $100 million over the 5 years to 2021.
Asian Development Bank and Malaysia: Fact Sheet
ADB resumed engagement with Malaysia in 2011. The partnership was laid out on a platform of regional cooperation and integration, building institutional capacity, private sector engagement, and knowledge partnership.
Asian Development Bank and the Marshall Islands: Fact Sheet
ADB is supporting the Republic of the Marshall Islands to strengthen energy security, develop water and sanitation infrastructure, raise educational standards, strengthen public financial management, and improve governance.
Asian Development Bank and Mongolia: Fact Sheet
ADB launched a new Country Partnership Strategy for Mongolia in 2021, which aims to aid economic recovery and help lay foundations for long-term inclusive and sustainable growth.
Asian Development Bank and Nauru: Fact Sheet
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.
Asian Development Bank and New Zealand: Fact Sheet
New Zealand is a founding member of ADB. It has provided $2.28 billion in capital subscription to ADB. It has also contributed and committed $214.82 million to Special Funds since becoming a member.
Asian Development Bank and Niue: Fact Sheet
In March 2019, Niue became the 68th and most recent member of ADB. Niue and ADB are in the early stages of developing an investment and technical assistance pipeline.