According to the bank's docuent, "The objective of the Project is to strengthen early warning, resilient investments and financial protection of Tonga...The AF will support an identified financing gap under Component 1: Strengthening Early Warning and Preparedness, and a corresponding financing gap under Component 4: Project and Program Management, due to the extended closing date of 18 months. No changes are required to the PDO, though changes are proposed to the results framework as detailed below."
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