The Asian Development Bank's country partnership strategy for Viet Nam is based on promoting job creation and competitiveness, increasing the inclusiveness of infrastructure and service delivery, and improving environmental sustainability and climate resilience.
The Asian Development Bank's operations in Myanmar address the strategic areas of infrastructure connectivity, human capital and skills development, and structural and institutional reform to improve the inclusiveness of the country’s economic growth.
The Asian Development Bank's operations in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic focus on improving physical connectivity to catalyze private sector investment, generate employment, and boost incomes; developing skills that will promote nonresource sectors; and expanding access to health services to enhance labor productivity.
The Asian Development Bank recently moved from an infrastructure-based support model for the People's Republic of China to a model that will improve the quality of economic growth by underlining environmental protection and social sector development.
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.
Cambodia’s national environment plan provides the country with a road map for achieving many of its Sustainable Development Goals.
This publication shows how strategic environmental assessments can help the Greater Mekong Subregion countries create sustainable national power development plans.