According to the Bank’s website, the knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will support building the capacity of developing member countries (DMCs) in the Central and West Asia region to tackle diverse knowledge needs. The TA project supports the Knowledge Management Action Plan (KMAP), 20212025 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the KMAP Roadmap of its Central and West Asia Department (CWRD), which is a living document listing specific actions to improve knowledge work. The proposed TA project is included in the indicative country pipeline and monitoring report for 20222024 for CWRD DMCs. It will continue the knowledge support initiated by ADB's regional TA for Supporting Knowledge Solutions in Central and West Asian Countries (scheduled for completion in August 2022) and build on the progress made.2 The TA will coordinate closely with ADB's Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department (ERCD) and other relevant ADB departments.
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