As stated by the ADB, the TA cluster comprises a total of 13 subprojects, each focused on different aspects of river basin management. Ten subprojects are under implementation and three are under preparation. The TA cluster is part of ADB's Yellow River Ecological Corridor program, a multisector approach which is aligned with the following impact: resilient ecological protection and security in the Yellow River basin achieved. The TA cluster and YREC program are supporting the PRC's Yellow River Basin Ecological Protection and High-quality Development Program, 20212035, which aims to strengthen water resources management and sustainable development in the basin.
The objective of this subproject is to identify the ecological water requirements of rivers is essential to maintaining river health.
ADB Team Leader:
Mark R. Bezuijen - Principal Environment Specialist, EAD
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agency - Ministry of Water Resources:
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