The expected impact of the TA is improved opportunities for economic participation, and improved access to basic social services for all East Timorese.
The expected outcome of the TA is that infrastructure assets are created and upgraded in line with medium-term National Development Plan targets, including transport, communications, urban development, power, and water supply and sanitation.
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