36023-012: Improving the Living Environment of the Poor in Ger Areas of Mongolia's Cities
Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview
The purpose of the JFPR Project is to pilot innovative and sustainable approaches to address housing-related poverty in selected ger areas in Mongolia. The objectives are to (i) pilot sustainable opportunities for housing finance to the poor; (ii) show viable and sustainable approaches for operating public bathhouses; and (iii) using community assets to reduce the costs of housing for the poor in ger areas. The JFPR project will have the following four components: (i) housing finance for ... Read More
|Type or Modality of Assistance||
|Financing||Public sector (Sovereign)|
TA No. 9015
|Approval Date||07 May 2002|
|Geographical Location||The JFPR project will be implemented in the following cities: Baruun-Urt, Choibalsan, Choir, Dalanzadgad, Darkhan, Mandalgovi, Ondorkhann, Sainshand, Tsetserleg, Ulaanbaatar, and Zuunmod.|
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