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Africa - East Africa Public Health Laboratory Networking Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 8) : Environmental impact assessment for the proposed laboratory at Busia district (anglais)

The development objective of the East Africa Public Health Laboratory Networking Project for Burundi is to establish a network of efficient, high quality, accessible public health laboratories for the diagnosis and surveillance of tuberculosis and other communicable diseases. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) ensure that building designs takes into consideration of the needs of people with disabilities including access point for wheel chairs (including upstairs rooms) as well as provision of special washrooms and rams at the access points; (2) ensure fair and market prices are paid to suppliers commensurate to quality of goods and services rendered; (3) waste collection should be made at least once in 24 hours and it should be done in such a way to minimize nuisance of smell and dust during collection; (4) keep all construction equipment in good operating condition to reduce exhaust emissions; (5) use signage to warn staff and or visitors that are not involved in construction activities of dangerous places; and (6) adopt best transport safety practices with the goal of preventing traffic accidents and minimizing injuries suffered by project personnel and the public.

Information

  • Auteur

    Ngegba,Eva K.

  • Date du document

    2012/01/01

  • Type de document

    Évaluation environnementale

  • Numéro du rapport

    SFG1139

  • Volume

    8

  • Total Volume(s)

    9

  • Pays

    Afrique,

  • Région

    Afrique,

  • Date de publication

    2015/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Environmental impact assessment for the proposed laboratory at Busia district

  • Mots clé

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