Building on 25 years of its trusted partnership with the country, ADB helps Tajikistan progress toward inclusive, green, and resilient development
This brochure summarizes the 25-year partnership between Tajikistan and ADB to help improve the lives of the country’s people.
Despite the increasing significance of regional integration, limited empirical evidence exists to compute and measure its levels using digital and sustainable development dimensions and related indicators in the member economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Centra
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 Director for Regional Cooperation in Central and West Asia Lyaziza Sabyrova explains how regional cooperation can address challenges, and how ADB supports the region through the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program.
ADB has partnered with Tajikistan since 1998. Under the bank’s country partnership strategy, 2021-2025, ADB operations pursue three strategic priorities: supporting structural reforms to enhance resource allocation and mobilization, improving labor productivity through human capital development, and fostering better livelihoods through investment in a land-linked economy.
To date, ADB has committed 155 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $2.4 billion to Tajikistan.
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The Tajikistan Resident Mission (TJRM) was inaugurated by former ADB President Tadao Chino and Tajikistan Prime Minister Akil Akilov in November 2003. Located in Dushanbe, TJRM's responsibilities include:
TJRM will be closed on these dates:
* = The dates are subject to moonsighting.
Last updated: 22 November 2022