As stated by the ADB, the TA will ensure projects prepared under the agriculture, food, nature, and rural development (AFNR) sector continues to contribute to the Bank's priorities such as high climate-financing, particularly on climate adaptation financing and food security. The TA is expected to deliver around $4.4 billion investments through the projects or programs. The TA will also support policy advisory, institutional reforms, capacity development, and upstream work for and business development in AFNR sector operations.
No project contacts provided at the time of disclosure.
ADB Team Leader:
Takeshi Ueda - Principal Natural Resources and Agriculture Economist
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