According to bank documents, the project proposes some concrete and broad engagements in the areas of (i) Technical Assistance for Hulhumalé Sustainable Urban Planning, Development and Management, (ii) Resilient Infrastructure and Emergency Preparedness; (iii) Sustainable Neighborhoods and Smart City Development; and (iv) Contingent Emergency Response.
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