The South Asia Urban Knowledge Hub (K-Hub), a regional capacity development technical assistance (TA), was developed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the governments of Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. The TA responds to country partnership strategies with a strong emphasis on knowledge management and solutions, results orientation, and regional cooperation. It also reflects the general recognition that solutions for increasingly complex urban environments require bold action guided by knowledge.
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