The proposed project will have the following three components: (i) Development of Road Infrastructure in Dingxi City, (ii) Development of Urban Infrastructure and Wetland Protection in Zhangye City, and (iii) Project Management and Capacity Development. The proposed project will contribute to economic growth of the cities through integrating efficient and rational urban development with environmental improvement and wetland restoration and protection. In addition to the urban infrastructure improvement, the project will (i) increase capacity of the local government agencies to design and implement urban infrastructure development projects integrated with environmental improvement components; (ii) improve technical, financial, and managerial efficiency of the city's water supply company; (iii) improve urban services pricing and subsidization policies; (iv) improve traffic safety, management, and functionality of road infrastructure; and (v) develop a gender action plan.
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