According to ADB website, the transaction technical assistance (TRTA) facility will provide implementation support to a series of ongoing and ensuing projects. In addition, the facility will support capacity development of line ministries and executing agencies, and project review and monitoring for improving the portfolio performance. The TRTA facility builds on the lessons learned from the implementation of ongoing TA 8426-BAN: Capacity Building for Portfolio Management approved on 13 August 2013, which is closing on 31 December 2018. Scope of TA 8426 is limited to supporting portfolio review and monitoring, and short-term capacity development and trainings. The purpose, scope, implementation arrangements, costs, financing arrangements, and terms of references of the TRTA were discussed with the ERD. Key areas of support include portfolio-wide support, procurement capacity support, institutional capacity and governance, financial management and project implementation support.
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