ADB has been supporting Tuvalu since 1993, committing loans totaling $7.9 million, grants of $60.8 million, technical assistance worth $10.7 million, and ADB-administered cofinancing of $2.8 million. Cumulative loan and grant disbursements to Tuvalu amount to $36.3 million.
Number of shares held:
150 (0.001% of total shares)
39,264 (0.295% of total membership, 0.453% of total regional membership)
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Paid-in capital subscription:
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.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $3 million facility to fund project preparations for ADB-supported clean energy projects in the Pacific.
This publication reviews the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector in the Pacific. It proposes recommendations to strengthen the sector to help address the pandemic and build long-term resilience and sustainability.