According to the bank's website, "The knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) Strengthening Policy Formulation and Implementation will help the Royal Government of Bhutan (the government) build its institutional capacity in the areas of policy formulation and implementation for effective debt management and robust macro- economic analysis including private sector participation. The TA is aligned with two operational priorities (OP) of ADB Strategy 2030, (i) (OP1) addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities including spatial disparities; and (ii) (OP6) strengthening governance and institutional capacity through innovative and sustainable solutions to strengthen the country's capacity in macroeconomic coordination and debt management. The proposed TA is also included in the Country Operations Business Plan (COBP) 2020 -2022."
Responsible ADB Officer Tshering, Nidup
Responsible ADB Department South Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division BHRM
Ministry of Finance, Royal Government of Bhutan
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