Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Aug 19, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Apr 21, 2022
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According to the bank website, EBRD Green Cities intends to add additional technical assistance support titled Rapid Infrastructure Resilience Appraisal & Action Plan ('RIRAP') to offer a)help to the affected cities in Ukraine and neighbouring countries respond to the stress on infrastructure and services from the increase in population; (b)identify urgent and emerging needs for liquidity support; and c)help cities in Ukraine rebuild national and municipal infrastructure; whilst accelerating green transition.
The first stage of the Product will address a) and b) above, only. Item c) will be actioned once the Bank's response to the fast moving situation in Ukraine is clear.
In addition, the RIRAP will also assist cities to consider how to create added resilience and adaptation in city infrastructure to support needs in the medium to long-term recognising the uncertainty of displaced people's movements. The intent is to strengthen existing services to safeguard livelihoods whilst assuring green and sustainable infrastructure provision.
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