The ADB–Azerbaijan partnership aims to support the private sector, realize green energy initiatives, raise public sector efficiency, improve infrastructure, and strengthen human capital.
Azerbaijan could create 42,000 new jobs in its key industries by 2025, if the country develops promising policies and workforce to support the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) transformation, says a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) study.
This report explains how the rapid adoption of digital technology in Central and West Asia can help unlock growth and shows why economies need to invest in training to build the skilled labor force needed for the jobs of the future.
This report explains how Azerbaijan’s fast-growing agro-processing, transportation, and storage industries can benefit from the adoption of digital technologies and outlines how to train the skilled workforce it needs for the new economy.
Central and West Asia, and its neighboring countries, must work together to address increasingly severe impacts of climate change that could lead to water scarcity, food insecurity, and even conflict in the region, ADB said today.
ADB is one of Azerbaijan’s key sources of official development assistance. Current ADB operations are being implemented under the country partnership strategy, 2019–2023, which aims to boost private sector development, raise public sector efficiency, improve infrastructure, and strengthen human capital. The strategy is closely aligned with the Government of Azerbaijan’s strategic road maps for the national economy and main economic sectors. A new country partnership strategy for 2024–2028 is expected to be implemented by 2024.
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Last updated: 11 May 2023