According to the Bank’s website, the knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will improve the financial sustainability of the Uzsuvtaminot Joint Stock Company (UJSC), the national agency managing and developing Uzbekistan's municipal water supply and sanitation (WSS) sector and the capacity of the executing agency for WSS projects funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The TA will support UJSC in (i) preparing climate-resilient and carbon-neutral midterm and long-term investment plans, (ii) strengthening debt management capacity, and (iii) improving its governance and institutional capacity. It will support the government's public financial management and medium-term debt management strategy, while improving WSS service delivery across the country.
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Responsible ADB Officer: Hu, Ruoyu
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