As stated by the ADB, Subproject 10 will support the preparation of projects in five countries, namely Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyz Republic, and Turkmenistan. The TA subproject outputs are as follows: (i) country level gender information produced; (ii) preliminary gender design features of projects in priority sectors identified; and (iii) capacity development of government agencies on integrating gender perspectives in project development conducted.
ADB Team Leader:
Mary Alice Rosero - Senior Gender and Development Consultant
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