The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a global financial agency that continues its efforts to eliminate extreme poverty in Asia and the Pacific, including Bangladesh, having the goal of helping the region develop and become inclusive, resilient, and sustainable. ADB aids its partners and affiliates through grants, loans, technical support, and equity investments that foster economic and social growth.
In Bangladesh, the ADB offers technical and financial assistance to the government and business sectors in areas such as energy, transportation, urban development, agriculture, and finance. The ADB collaborates extensively with Bangladesh's government and other organizations to identify areas of greatest need for investment and to create and execute development projects and programs. The bank also strives to mobilize private sector investments and assist legislative and institutional reforms in order to help establish a favorable environment for the nation's sustainable growth.