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Botswana - Integrated Transport Project : resettlement plan : Resettlement policy framework (anglais)

The development objective of the Integrated Transport Project is to assist the Government of Botswana to take the first bold step in revamping/modernizing its entire transport system. It aims to start with enhancing its system efficiently in order to eventually take up the challenge of its ambitious vision by positioning itself to be the feeder hub of Southern Africa. Some of the negative impacts of the project are: loss of land, loss of buildings and other works, loss of trees, perennial crops, food crops, loss of business income and loss of business goodwill, expenditure incurred on transfer of movable properties and temporary structures, and loss of wages and jobs. Mitigation measures of the project are: 1) involuntary resettlement should be avoided where feasible, or minimized, exploring all viable alternative project designs; 2) displaced persons should be assisted in their efforts to improve their livelihoods and standards of living or at least to restore them, in real terms, to pre displacement levels or levels prevailing prior to the beginning of project implementation, whichever is higher; and 3) compensation would be given to project displaced persons before their relocation and/or land acquisition and/or loss of incomes associated with change in land use due to the project.

Information

  • Auteur

    Arid Environmental Consultancy (Pty) Ltd

  • Date du document

    2008/12/01

  • Type de document

    Plan de réinstallation

  • Numéro du rapport

    RP752

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Botswana,

  • Région

    Afrique,

  • Date de publication

    2008/12/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Resettlement policy framework

  • Mots clé

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;displaced person;market value of land;millennium development goal;project affected persons;payment of compensation;customary land right;Resettlement Policy Framework;grievance redress mechanism;standard of living;loss of right;resettlement action plan;construction of road;case of emergency;loss of asset;civil works;construction of pipeline;road subsector;national road network;management of air;land use zoning;cost of resettlement;customary tenure systems;demand for land;environmental impact statement;Environmental Management Plan;expropriation of land;piece of legislation;land tenure system;allocation of land;natural resource service;informal dispute resolution;purpose of redistribution;social and environmental;management of road;cost of transport;payment of cash;adverse social impact;resettlement plan;replacement cost;land acquisition;competent authority;Host Communities;organizational procedures;state land;freehold land;eligibility criterion;crown land;domestic law;resettlement preparation;common law;legal right;land area;involuntary resettlement;transfer tax;protected area;survey instrument;vulnerable group;grievance mechanism;land take;adequate compensation;resettlement assistance;resettlement activities;resettlement sites;compensation plan;resettlement program;productive potential;colonial administration;public hearing;monetary term;lease property;urban land;agricultural land;government building;Public Services;high court;cash compensation;living standard;vulnerable household;external monitoring;total compensation;residential housing;housing sites;agricultural sites;transition period;Air Safety;population increase;reasonable estimate;land preparation;credit facilities;portfolio responsibilities;job opportunities;job opportunity;Armed Forces;private land;exclusive right;displaced people;earning opportunity;land transaction;transparent manner;baseline survey;poverty datum;customary law;penalty fee;Indigenous Peoples;personal interest;power line;adequate facility;Ethnic Minorities;lease agreement;urban labor;effective participation;existing business;urban labour;rehabilitation plan;statutory bodies;physical inspection;affected communities;institutional building;sewerage scheme;power station;rural area;reasonable effort;rural society;Funding agencies;plant operator;Public Infrastructure;project impact;compensation measures;resettlement strategy;written agreement;Town Planning;physical planner;small fraction;replacement value;resettlement implementation;compensation rate;lost land;valuation process;fixed asset;land administrators;local market;Fixed Assets;gravel road;development value;legal framework;movable properties;adult man;secondary data;private company;urban poor;eminent domain;secure tenure;social parameter;tribal areas;communal water;equal right;poverty indicator;disadvantaged population;male relative;administrative power;employment opportunity;pit latrine;operational principle;reserve land;urban roads;peripheral area;small population;land shortage;colonial era;employment opportunities;valuation procedure;temporary structures;intangible asset;productive resource;surface water;organizational arrangement;competitive edge;contract terms;road traffic;Impact assessments;required measure;traditional rights;sanitary condition;infrastructure provision;rapid urbanization;urban centre;statutory authority;rural settlement;affected population;improved public;infrastructure facility;market cost;building material;construction site;rehabilitation process;squatter upgrading;cultural institution;statutory responsibility;historic site;archaeological site;commencement date;technical department;state sector;rail service;customary right;assessment exercise;Export Diversification;lost revenue;national monument;investment resource;Natural Resources;

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