According to ADB website, ADB is working with Mongolia to improve the lives of people living the country’s ger areas, or traditional tent communities. The program is providing and improving infrastructure and services in a variety of ways. This includes improving access to banking, lending and other financial facilities; upgrading transport systems; improving land use planning; upgrading water supply and waste water systems; and improving heating systems.
The program approach aims to initiate a redevelopment process in ger areas. Improving infrastructure within the ger area subcenters and connectivity with the city core center is critical for inclusiveness and important to facilitate the movement of people and goods, develop urban corridors, and create clusters of subcenters.
Project Officer: Heckmann, Arnaud
East Asia Department
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