This case study has been developed as part of PRIF's monitoring and evaluation program. It is one of a series of papers on coordination between the PRIF partner agencies and partner governments. The example showcases a unique partnership arrangement between the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank that has been developed for the Fiji Transport Infrastructure Investment Sector Project. The lessons learned concern issues such as the time it takes to develop coordination arrangements, the need for commitment to the highest level in each agency, and the importance of flexibility and leveraging the comparative advantage of each agency.