43087-013: Crisis Recovery Support Program

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview


To accelerate Armenia's recovery from the adverse impact of the global financial crisis. Read More

Country Armenia
Project Number 43087-013
Type or Modality of Assistance Loan
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status Approved
Approval Number Loan No. 2529
Approval Date 06 Jul 2009
Closing Date 15 Oct 2009
ADB Financing ($ thousand) 46,300
Geographical Location Armenia
Sector Multisector
Subsector Multisector
Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Categories Some gender benefits
Safeguard Categories Environment: C
Resettlement: C
Indigenous People: C

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Project Data Sheets (PDS)

Responsible ADB Officer
Asadullah Sumbal
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Responsible ADB Department
Central and West Asia Department

Responsible ADB Divisions
Financial Sector, Public Management and Trade Division, CWRD

Executing Agencies
Ministry of Finance and Economy

PDS Creation Date
16 Apr 2009

Last PDS Update
22 May 2011