The project area will tentatively include Serei Saophoan, Siem Riep, Kampong Thom, Battambang, Pursat, and Kampong Chhnang, which all have important roles as service centers for surrounding agriculture and value chain development. The project will support about two subprojects per town, which are yet to be decided. Options for private sector participation in infrastructure financing and management will also be studied. The details of each output will be determined following the priorities identified by the strategic urban development plans that will be prepared under the project preparatory technical assistance (TA). A grant by ADB will support capacity development for urban management as a parallel activity.
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