The proposed small-scale regional capacity building technical assistance (SR-CDTA) aims at providing critical operational support to develop operations strategy, business plans and roadmaps for the energy sector of each South Asia developing member country (DMC), including project identification, assist in project processing to ensure readiness and quality at entry for projects under preparation as well as project management activities. The SR-CDTA will also cover identification and preparation of investment transactions to further advance regional cooperation and integration (RCI). The SR-CDTA is not included in Country Operations Business Plans of individual DMCs. This technical assistance proposal is prepared based on indication from DMCs, received during various consultation missions, regarding their needs in developing energy sector operations strategy, business plans and roadmaps, expanding RCI and improving project quality at entry.
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