The impact of the proposed project will be improved urban environment and quality of life for the residents of the Lower Caucasus Economic Zone and NAR. The outcome of the project is improved SWM services and management in the Lower Caucasus Economic Zone and NAR. The project outputs will include:
(i) Institutional arrangement defined to help MEI develop and implement institutional frameworks, establish and enforce operational procedures and guidelines, introduce and disseminate stricter environmental policy and regulatory frameworks; promote sound financial management of municipal SWM utilities through innovative mechanisms and instruments as well as cost recovery tariffs.
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