According to ADB website, the program will be aligned with the following impact: more sustainable development in Mongolia, driven by multisector economy and ecological balance achieved. The outcome is population and private sector in targeted regional urban clusters benefit from improved urban and economic facilities and services. The outputs of the program are (i) municipal infrastructure and urban services in targeted areas improved, (ii) economic infrastructure and facilities in targeted areas improved, (iii) road linkages within targeted urban regions increased, and (iv) capacity in program and institutional management strengthened.
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