The TA will help the government enhance the efficiency of externally financed public investments and, in particular, strengthen the government's effective mobilization and utilization of ADB resources by (i) enhancing the capacity of government staff involved in project financial management, specifically in the financial preparation and appraisal of projects to optimize the utilization of borrowed funds and ensure debt repayment, and (ii) helping the government develop a manual on the financial management of ODA and less-concessional borrowing, as well as sector-specific guidelines on the financial preparation and appraisal of ADB-funded investment projects.
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