The PPTA will (i) develop an investment project bankable by ADB loan; (ii) conduct due diligence for technical, economic, financial, social, and environmental viability of the project; and (iii) assist the EA in developing required documentation for country resource allocation including PC-1 for submission to the Planning Commission.
The output of the project will be a modernized border crossing point that meets users' demand of quality border crossing services and is ready to develop into an integrated and coordinated border management regime such as the single window system.
Latest Project Documents
|Regional Improving Border Services Project: Project Data Sheet (Urdu Translation)||Mar 2015|
|Regional Improving Border Services Project||Sep 2013|
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