The TA will provide the agreed design and feasibility study that will make the Project suitable for ADB financing as well as Kazakhstan national standards and regulations.
TA consultants will (i) duly review the engineering design, technical standards, alignment, and procurement documentation, following ADB guidelines and policies, and Kazakhstan standards and regulations; (ii) develop sub-components to help distribute project benefits to the poor; and (iii) assist the EA with public consultations and socioeconomic surveys to ensure that local residents' needs are incorporated in the project design.
Completed outputs include (i) draft final report (DFR), (ii) feasiblity study; (iii) land acquisition and resettlement framework and plans (LARF and LARPs); (iii) environment assessment review framework (EARF), and initial environment examination (IEE).
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