Asian Development Fund (ADF)
Fonds asiatique de développement
Fondo Asiatico de Desarrollo
1974-06 Manila Philippines
Jun 1974, Manila (Philippines), by F-XF0077 - Asian Development Bank (ADB), taking over, by 31 Dec 1979, all contributions previously administered by 'Multi-Purpose Special Fund (MPSF)' (set up 1968, wound up 1980), including those administered by 'Agricultural Special Fund (ASF)' which was wound up in 1973.
Provide a systematic mechanism for mobilizing and administering resources for the Asian Development Bank to lend on concessional terms to member countries with low per capita gross national product and limited debt repayment capacity.
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Together with U-XF0597 - ADB Technical Assistance Special Fund (TASF) and, since Mar 1988, the 'Japan Special Fund (JSF)', supplements 'Ordinary Capital Resources (OCR)' of ADB. No separate offices, board, management or staff.
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