ADB’s support to Kiribati focuses on maintaining fiscal sustainability; upgrading infrastructure related to water supply, transport, renewable energy, and health; and enhancing disaster resilience.
ADB has been supporting Kiribati in building fiscal stability and upgrading infrastructure since 1974.
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ADB has been supporting Kiribati in building fiscal stability and upgrading infrastructure since 1974. Its engagement with Kiribati continues to focus on transformative infrastructure investments in sanitation, water supply, transport, renewable energy, and health, and policy reforms through technical assistance programs.
91 Gordon Street, Suva, Fiji
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
Kiribati Pacific Country Office
Unit 303 and 304, TK Plaza
Tel: +686 22040 / 22041
The Kiribati Pacific Country Office is closed on these dates:
Last updated: 4 January 2023