According to the Bank's website, this project finances a range of infrastructure projects in municipalities throughout Ukraine.
The project will entail (1) strategic partnerships (2) project development support and (3) upstream engagements and knowledge management.
The ECA Cities Platform II aims to support the development of sustainable urban infrastructure by facilitating increased investments into urban infrastructure projects in the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region. The Platform will establish strategic partnerships with municipalities and support them to plan and implement quality infrastructure projects, make them bankable and finance them by leveraging commercial capital, thereby complementing scarce public-sector resources. This will help to address the financing gap for urban infrastructure projects and make a direct contribution to help increase access to infrastructure services to citizens and improving the quality and/or efficiency of urban services. As a result, cities will not only strengthen their competitiveness through job creation and economic growth and enhanced operational efficiency, but also improve the environmental sustainability of urban infrastructure in terms of reduction of greenhouse gases and other pollutants.
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