Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Mar 17, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Sep 25, 2019
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According to the Bank's website, this project finances support for the provincial governments of Mongolia in their efforts to improve solid waste management practices, reduce environmental pollution and enhance community awareness and employment generation opportunities in the waste management sector.
This grant will have three outputs:
(i) upscaling and expanding the scope of the Zamyn-Uud pilot in four provincial centers: Darkhan-Uul, Gobi-Altai, Subkhbaatar and Uvurkhangai aimag capitals and designing future preplication interventions
(ii) testing inclusive solid waste recycling approaches targeting the informal sector and poor communities located close to transfer stations and the dumpsite generating employment opportunities to improve their livelihood
(iii) launching a public information and education campaign to provide better understanding and appreciation of sustainable, environmentally sound and inclusive waste sorting, recycling and reuse
No contact information at time of writing.
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