The objective of the regional technical assistance (RETA) is to (i) provide technical and advisory assistance to ongoing inter-governmental and national environmental initiatives (e.g. HOB, SSME, and haze); (ii) create linkages and synergies between existing environmental projects; (iii) strengthen regional policy dialogue and coordination in managing cross-border issues; and (iv) strengthen management of natural systems and resources and improve environmental quality. The RETA shall provide technical and advisory assistance by strengthening capacity to implement the aSEA regional environment program that includes support for initiatives to address transboundary haze pollution; follow-up actions of the Trinational Declaration on the Heart of Borneo (HoB) Initiative; and supporting the implementation of the Conservation Action Plan for the Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Eco-Region (SSME).
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