According to bank documents, the project is provisionally planned to begin operating in late-2018 and continue until the end of 2021, with an estimated total cost of US$1.8 million. The project has two components that are described below:
Component 1: Capacity Building for Evidence Based Policy Making (US$1,640,000)
Component 2: Project Management and Administration, Monitoring & Evaluation, Knowledge Dissemination (US$160,000)
This project is being financed by the Japan Policy and Human Resources Development Fund.
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