ADB supports Tuvalu in improving maritime facilities, strengthening disaster resilience, advancing renewable energy, upgrading water and sanitation, fostering health, and enhancing prudent fiscal management.
This report outlines how the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative helped to strengthen an enabling business environment and to promote inclusive growth in the region during the fiscal year 2022.
This publication and accompanying summary materials highlight key messages from current research and data on women’s economic empowerment in Pacific island countries.
ADB has concentrated its development program in Tuvalu on efforts to improve macroeconomic growth and stability, investment in renewable energy, transport infrastructure, health coverage, and disaster recovery.
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.
Tuvalu is a small island developing state comprising nine atolls in the South Pacific. It is geographically isolated and highly vulnerable to climatic and economic shocks.
ADB has concentrated its development program in Tuvalu on efforts to improve macroeconomic growth and stability, investment in renewable energy, transport infrastructure, health coverage, and disaster recovery. To date, ADB has committed 44 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $133.6 million to Tuvalu.
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Tuvalu Pacific Country Office
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Tel: +688 20610
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Last updated: 4 January 2023