The regional capacity development TA, originally for $2,016,000 financed on a grant basis from the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and administered by ADB, was approved on 31 May 2012. In addition to maintaining the objectives of the previous TA, the TA supports (i) ADB development coordination offices (DCOs) role in facilitating the governments' policy dialogue with development partners, and (ii) strengthening the governments' capacity to implement and administer a growing portfolio of infrastructure projects.
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