The proposed small-scale capacity development technical assistance (S-CDTA) supports the government's priority to develop an efficient transport system and result-based management of the roads subsector. The proposed S-CDTA is included in the country operations business plan, 2014 -2016 for Kazakhstan.
The impact of the proposed S-CDTA will be improved planning, budgeting and service delivery in the transport sector. It will be monitored through integration of sector performance targets in the medium-term expenditure framework (MTEF) and annual budgets.
The outcome of the proposed S-CDTA will be enhanced institutional capacity of the MOTC to manage the roads subsector using a results-based approach.
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