Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Mar 31, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Mar 24, 2023
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According to the ADB, the program represents a fundamental paradigm shift in applying a transformative model to promote green territorial development and urban-rural linkages, whereby livable human settlements - aimag (province) and soum (subunit of an aimag) centers - become anchors of green agribusinesses that promote sustainable, resilient, and high-carbon sequestration rangeland management. Initially focusing on Mongolia's western aimags, the program will promote climate finance and private sector investment mechanisms that can be replicated countrywide.
The ADB categorized the risks in the following way:
Environment - B
Involuntary Resettlement - B
Indigenous Peoples - C
The co-financiers of the project are the European Investment Bank and the Green Climate Fund.
According to the ADB, the European Investment Bank will contribute with a grant of USD 10.5 million and a loan of USD 52.9 million, and the Green Climate Fund with a grant of USD 25 million and a loan of USD 50.2 million.
Responsible ADB Officer:
Arnaud Heckmann - East Asia Department, Urban and Social Sectors Division
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agencies -
Ministry of Construction and Urban Development:
Address: Government Building 12, Builders Square-3, Ulaanbaatar 15170, Mongolia
Phone: +976 7600 3333
Fax: +976 1132 2904
Ministry of Economy and Development:
Address: United Nations Street 5/1, Government Building 2 Ulaanbaatar 15160, Mongolia
Phone: +976 51263333 / +976 77001717
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