The TA aims to increase the impact and outcomes of ADB financial sector operations in Central and West Asian countries. It will incorporate lessons learned in providing access to finance and develop a better understanding of credit demand, supply, and constraints in the Central and West Asian countries. It will also address common issues, stakeholder priorities, crosscutting training needs, synergies with other ADB operations, and targets for ADB support. This will be accomplished through two components. The first will (i) undertake financial sector assessments and surveys, (ii) prepare crosscutting regional knowledge products and working papers, and (iii) prepare product-focused action plans based on country demand. The second component will deliver training and capacity building programs.
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