The proposed technical assistance is included in the Pacific: Regional Operation Business Plan (ROBP) 2013-2015 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), as a 2013 non-lending activity. The proposed technical assistance supports the ROBP emphasis on strengthening core government functions including policy formulation, and public sector management.
The design of the proposed Pacific Regional Infrastructure Facility Coordination Office (PRIF Coordination Office) is based on the design of the existing PRIF Secretariat (supported through World Bank) and PIAC (supported through RETA-6522), however the design also incorporates the recommendations of independent evaluations and direction from the SMT.
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|Establishment of the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility Coordination Office||Mar 2013|
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