The technical assistance (TA) aims to help the institutions in Central and West Asia manage (i.e., plan, allocate, monitor, and account for) public resources in an optimal manner to achieve more targeted and effective results in education and water supply and sanitation sectors. It will also amplify the impact and outcome of ADB's public management operations in Central and West Asia. Rapid gap assessments in core sectors will first identify public management interventions that can improve the results of investment projects. Results management and governance tool kits customized to suit each country's needs will be developed for each sector. Pilots will then be designed for programmatic lending to help participating countries achieve more targeted policy reform as well as effective and tangible results in core sectors in line with ADB's results framework. It will likewise benefit ADB's engagement with participating countries.
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