The TA, by improving the understanding of what drives change in the urban sector and designing effective strategies to maximize and promote sustainable and equitable growth of urban settlements, will encourage national development and prosperity, and improve the quality of life in towns and cities within three countries - Armenia, Pakistan and Uzbekistan. The aim of the TA is to develop context-specific, appropriate solutions that would have the highest likelihood of delivering measurable development results for participating countries and ADB. The output will be high quality knowledge products, presented in a highly accessible way, that will help inform and influence key decision-makers on urban policy in the participating DMCs. The outputs will also improve knowledge and understanding of the urban sector for a broader audience, including ADB, and enable CWRD to deliver its assistance to the urban sector in a more effective and efficient manner.
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