According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of the knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) aims to strengthen the governance and institutional capacity of the Municipality of Ulaanbaatar (MUB) to enable effective investment in quality infrastructure that are green, sustainable, resilient, and inclusive. The TA will (i) improve the policy and regulatory framework; (ii) strengthen the transparency and accessibility of related civil services by using digital technologies; and (iii) build institutional capacity in capital investment planning (CIP), project implementation, and municipal asset management.
The TA is closely aligned with the priorities of the country partnership strategy for Mongolia, 20212024, which aims to support climate-resilient infrastructure development and enable revenue mobilization through institutional capacity and governance strengthening._The TA will contribute to achieving operational priorities 2 (on accelerating progress in gender equality), 4 (on making cities more livable), and 6 (on strengthening governance and institutional capacity) of Strategy 2030 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)._The TA will support Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 (on sustainable cities and communities) by enhancing inclusive and sustainable urban infrastructure development, and SDG 17 (on partnerships) by strengthening domestic resource mobilization. The TA will subsequently contribute to SDG 1 (on no poverty), SDG 5 (on gender equality), and SDG 10 (on reduced inequalities).
Project Officer: Bai Jie
Designation: Urban Development Specialist / Asian Development Bank
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