The capacity development technical assistance (CDTA) will promote sustainable urban development in Myanmar towns by building institutional capacity of local authorities, leading to the prioritised needs-based provision of essential infrastructure. This capacity development activity of Part I (urban management) prioritizes the development and effective management of six major and relevant cities (Batch I - Yangon, Mandalay, and Mawlamyine; Batch II Pathein, Lashio, and Monywa), and further encourages the growth of district towns to stimulate balanced decentralised economic growth. However, Part II (flood risk assessment) will focus three key cities only (Yangon, Mandalay, and Mawlamyine). The CDTA will develop the capacity of civil servants of local (and regional) governments to plan, budget and prepare for multi sector urban development projects, some of which may eventually be funded by multi-lateral development banks and other development partners, or both.
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