Asian Development Bank and Cambodia: Fact Sheet

The Asian Development Bank's​ operations in Cambodia focus on improvement of livelihoods and employment in rural areas; national, provincial, and rural roads; climate-resilient infrastructure; upper secondary education; addressing skills gaps; and implementation of government reform programs for public financial management and decentralization.

ADB has been supporting Cambodia since 1966 and is the country’s largest multilateral development partner. ADB has committed $3.52 billion in lending, grants, and technical assistance for Cambodia, of which $559.28 million was mobilized from cofinancing sources. In 2018, the bank committed $560.46 million in sovereign loans and grants for the country, and catalyzed $40.5 million in cofinancing.

The ADB country partnership strategy, 2014–2018 for Cambodia is aligned with the government’s key growth and development plans and seeks to deepen rural–urban–regional linkages, target human and social development, and enhance public sector management. ADB expects to issue the country partnership strategy, 2019–2023 in the third quarter of 2019.

Updated yearly, this ADB Fact Sheet provides social and economic indicators on Cambodia as well as concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information.