As stated by the ADB, Subprogram 3 is the final subprogram in a programmatic series that was approved in 2019 with the financing of $50 million for subprogram 1. The program was originally designed with two subprograms. However, in 2021, it was restructured resulting in an additional subprogram and a new reform area.
The government plans to accelerate its economic diversification efforts and has prioritized the implementation of structural reforms to improve (i) trade and investment competitiveness, (ii) small and medium-sized enterprises development, (iii) infrastructure development (including through public-private partnerships, (iv) industry-based skills development, and (v) fiscal management and social protection. These efforts will enable the economy and the population to be more resilient to exogenous shocks in the future and will help improve the economy's medium-to long-term trajectory. This subprogram will continue to support the government in implementing complex reforms against the backdrop of significant macroeconomic challenges and constitutional changes by ensuring that planned reform efforts are supported.
ADB Team Leader:
Bobir Baisovich Gafurov - Public Management Specialist, CWRD
Navendu Karan - Principal Public Management Specialist, CWRD
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Executing Agency - Ministry of Finance:
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