According to the Bank’s website, the knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will build technical capacity among Asian Development Bank (ADB) members eligible for Asian Development Fund (ADF) grants or concessional ordinary capital resources lending (COL) in sovereign debt sustainability assessment methods and debt management strategies. The TA will be conducted at the country and regional levels through targeted training and support activities, both remotely and on-site, and possibly over a longer period to secure more effective and lasting transfer of the knowledge. Drawing on an international pool of consultants and Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department (ERCD) resources, the TA team will tailor training and analytical support to meet recipients' specific circumstances and needs, which the team will identify in consultation with stakeholders from developing member countries (DMCs) and ADB regional departments.
Principal Economist- Asian Development Bank
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