According to ADB website, the proposed R-CDTA responds to ADB Strategy 2020's emphasis on environmentally sustainable growth and regional integration as strategic agenda and good governance, capacity development, and knowledge solutions and partnerships as drivers for change. The R-CDTA also responds to ADB's Water Policy (2001), which highlights regional cooperation and exchange of water sector information and experiences across borders. The project impact will be vulnerability against flood disasters in the Asia and Pacific region reduced. It is expected to have an project outcome which is the application of ecosystem-based solutions for FRM and CCA in the region increased.
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