45415-001: Urban Development in Secondary Cities

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview

Description

The Government of Armenia requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to provide policy and advisory technical assistance (TA) to prepare city development/investment plans (CDPs) in the four secondary cities: Gyumri, Vanadzor, Dilijan, and Jermuk. The government and ADB approved the Sustainable Urban Development Investment Program in 2011 to finance priority infrastructure projects in urban areas of Armenia for a total amount of $400 million equivalent. The first tranche for $50 million will ... Read More

Country Armenia
Project Number 45415-001
Type or Modality of Assistance Technical Assistance
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status Approved
Approval Number TA No. 8361
Approval Date 29 Apr 2013
Geographical Location Armenia/Vanadzor/Lori,Armenia/Gyumri/Shirak,Armenia/Dilijan/Tavush,Armenia/Jermuk/Jermuk
Sector Energy
Industry and trade
Information and communication technology
Transport
Water supply and other municipal infrastructure and services
Subsector Energy utility services
Trade and services
ICT industries and ICT-enabled services
Transport policies and institutional development
Urban public transport
Other urban services
Urban policy, institutional and capacity development
Urban slum development
Urban solid waste management
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth (ESG)
Inclusive economic growth (IEG)
Drivers of Change Partnerships (PAR)
Private sector development (PSD)

 

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