In 2020, the World Bank Group cofinanced with ADB nine projects for a total of $1.3 billion, including three COVID-19-related projects.
The economies of the Pacific are set to rebound in 2022, according to the latest issue of the Asian Development Bank’s Pacific Economic Monitor launched today.
Solid waste challenges in the Pacific must be addressed at the island, regional, and ocean level.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $3 million facility to fund project preparations for ADB-supported clean energy projects in the Pacific.
Thanks to investment from Australia and ADB, a new clean water plant in Ebeye, in the north-west corner of the Marshall Islands, is changing lives.
A structural shift is taking place in the Pacific islands, as countries move away from fossil fuels in favor of more climate friendly forms of energy.
Across the region, ADB is committed to preparing climate change risk assessments for all its infrastructure investments in the Pacific.