According to ADB website, the multitranche financing facility program aims to improve basic urban services and promote the local economy in priority aimag (province) capitals and soum (subunit of an aimag) centers of Mongolia. The geographically targeted and integrated approach of the program will focus on priority regional urban clusters (RUCs) that have the potential to promote a more resilient and diversified economy to deliver inclusive and sustainable growth. Major outputs of the transaction technical assistance are (i) economic and urban development strategy and components identified, (ii) investment program prepared and feasibility study completed, and (iii) aid effectiveness and project readiness activities ongoing.
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