ADB supports Fiji’s strategic objectives through policy analysis and advice, sovereign and private sector financing facilities, and strategically targeted technical assistance and knowledge services.
This publication and accompanying summary materials highlight key messages from current research and data on women’s economic empowerment in Pacific island countries.
Since Fiji joined ADB in 1970, ADB has been helping the country achieve its goals largely through investments in transport infrastructure, water supply sanitation, and public sector management.
Growth in the South Pacific economy of Fiji is projected to reach 6.3% in 2023 and moderate to 3.0% in 2024, according to a new economic report released by ADB.
The Pacific is expected to sustain its economic recovery, with growth across all of ADB's Pacific developing member countries this year, according to ADO April 2023, ADB’s flagship economic publication.
Engagement with Fiji has focused on economic recovery from the impacts of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, and on building resilience to future economic shocks. Since Fiji joined ADB in 1970, ADB has been helping the country achieve these goals largely through investments in transport infrastructure, water supply and sanitation, and public sector management.
In November 2021, ADB reclassified Fiji from a group C to a group B country under ADB’s Graduation Policy. Since January 2022, Fiji has been eligible for technical assistance grants, concessional loans, regular loans, and various trust funds. In the event of a disaster, Fiji is also eligible for emergency response grants and emergency loans.
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Last updated: 4 April 2023