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Last updated September 2, 2021
Created June 22, 2021
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The Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) tourism infrastructure for Inclusive growth Project is formed by three countries including Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam to enhance tourism and pro-poor employment, which are consistent with the GMS strategic framework 2012-2022, GMS tourism sector strategy 2005-2015, and the current poverty reduction strategies of the participating countries. The initial environmental and social impact assessment (IEIA) of the project focused on the provinces of Kampot and Kep under ADB category B, which are comprised of small infrastructure and environmental improvement investments. The following infrastructure subprojects of the provinces above points out in the subsequent 4 outputs :
- Output 1: last-mile tourism access infrastructure improved - Output 2: Environmental services in cross border tourism centers improved - Output 3: Support capacity building - Output 4: Project management.