Asian development bank sri lanka
It is implemented through 10 local commercial banks in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Department of Development Finance of the Ministry of Finance. Building on an existing ADB line of credit, the program works to strengthen the technical capacity of banks, government agencies, and civil societies organizations CSOs to better serve women who own and lead SMEs. It includes the following activities:. Participating banks will also receive capacity building to help them expand their focus on the WSME market and improve genderinclusive financial services. Strengthening gender-inclusive policy , regulatory framework, and the network of government agencies and CSOs by providing capacity development to promote gender-inclusive policies to support WSMEs.
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The loan funds will be used to meet the cost of vaccines and also for several other associated activities including establishment of vaccine related monitoring systems, providing cold chain related transport facilities and strengthening medical waste management. The total project cost is estimated as USD The expected project impact is to enhance the resilience and responsiveness of the health system to curtail the COVID virus spread, reduce morbidity and mortality, and the negative health, social and economic effects of the COVID pandemic in Sri Lanka. The project will be implemented targeting the entire country across all 9 provinces with a special focus on protecting geographically, socially, and economically deprived population from COVID and its effects. The project is scheduled to be completed by 30th June,
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This document identifies five key principles and corresponding actions to address climate change impacts on water and land resources in the region, focusing on what to do and why it should be done. It addresses how the recommended actions can be implemented, with a focus on practical solutions illustrated by case studies from Asia and the Pacific. The study takes into account the different scenarios and impacts projected across vulnerable sectors and estimates the total economic loss throughout the 21st century and amount of funding required for adaptation measures to avert such potential losses.