The output of the S-PPTA will be the final TA report that will include required feasibility, design, and due diligence. The S-PPTA will (i) determine scope, components, and geographical coverage of the project; (ii) identify portfolio of subprojects; (iii) carry out feasibility study of the project, including technical, financial, economic, social, environmental, and gender assessment; (iv) complete detailed design and tender documents of core subprojects; (v) prepare procurement plan; (vi) prepare resettlement framework for the project and resettlement plans of core subprojects; (vii) prepare environmental assessment and review framework of the project and conduct initial environmental examination studies of core subprojects; (viii) prepare gender action framework and plan; (ix) design implementation arrangements; (x) carry out economic analysis and calculate EIRR; (xi) prepare cost estimates and financing plan; and (xii) prepare terms of reference for design and support consultants.
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