The PPTA will formulate prefeasibility proposals for all physical and non-physical investments in 9 towns. For Batch 1 towns, it will also (a) screen all viable technical options, (b) complete basic engineering designs for selected infrastructure subprojects, and (c) incorporate climate-proofing and water sensitive urban development elements.
In addition, the PPTA will cover:
(i) Governance assessment of the EA and proposed IAs covering financial management, anticorruption, policy and legal, capacity and other institutional issues and mechanisms.
(ii) Poverty reduction and social Impacts assessment, including identification of gender benefits and developing a Gender Action Plan (GAP) for the project.
(iii) Safeguards assessment and development of frameworks and plans for environmental, involuntary resettlement and indigenous people (if applicable).
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