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Fostering Value-added Activities in Western Mongolia.

Approval:24 Dec 2015

Timetable: Concept Clearance 04 Oct 2015

Fact Finding 05 May 2015 to 15 May 2015

Approval 24 Dec 2015

Last PDS Update 24 Dec 2015

Source of Funding / Amount:TA: Fostering Value-added Activities in Western MongoliaTechnical Assistance Special FundUS$ 815,000.00

Sector / Subsector:Agriculture, natural resources and rural development

- Agricultural policy, institutional and capacity development

Public sector management

- Economic affairs management

Description:The proposed TA will support private sector development in the rural-based, western region. The TA will strengthen coordination between the three aimags of the western region with a focus on improving access to export markets. It will also improve the capacity for investment and market analysis among businesses, aimag authorities, and other stakeholders. It was included in COBP.

Description of Outcome:The outcome will be enhanced readiness for value-added activities in private sector development in the three western aimags. Performance will be assessed by the submission of a strategy for private sector development to local aimag governments for their endorsement by 2017.

Project completion date : 2018-12-31 12:00:00

Major organization : CABINET SECRETARIAT

Address : Ulaanbaatar

Country :Mongolia

Url :

Financier : Asian Development Bank (ADB),

Financier address : Asian Development Bank (ADB)

6 ADB Avenue,

Mandaluyong City 1550,


Website :

Tel: +63 2 632 4444

Fax: +63 2 636 2444

East Asia Department,

Mongolia Resident Mission,

Attn:Enerelt Enkhbold

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