According to the Bank’s website, the general objective of this Technical Cooperation (TC) is to create a Regional Public Good (RPB) that contributes to greater regional integration in the Amazonian border regions, through a better institutional framework that promotes the development of productive sectors with an impact on trade and investment. To achieve the general objective, three specific objectives are proposed: (i) design and implement a methodology (methodological framework) and an implementation manual that helps strengthen the institutional framework, where local entities (Mayor offices or Prefeitura) have a fundamental role. and priority for action - especially - in the promotion of sustainable economic development sectors; (ii) application of the methodology (two pilots) to specific specific sectors, in order to create roadmaps that help promote and potential these sectors, in a coordinated, inclusive and sustainable way and; (iii) generation of training, coordination and collaboration instances between the different actors in the region.
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