According to the Bank’s website, the demand for this TA evolved from the changing regional dynamics in the post-coronavirus disease (COVID-19) environment and the emerging business needs to (i) address climate change impact, and (ii) promote high-quality growth. In particular, the TA will provide innovative financial solutions to address the emerging sectors, including those in which the project commercial bankability is yet to be achieved. These areas include, for example, net zero agricultural transformation, ecosystem conservation and biodiversity on the East Asian-Australasia Regional Flyway, and disaster risk finance. The TA will support policy advice, capacity building, research and development, and knowledge development and dissemination.
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