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Lesotho - Transport Infrastructure and Connectivity Project : resettlement plan : Resettlement policy framework (anglais)

The development objective of the Transport Infrastructure and Connectivity Project is to improve access to agricultural markets and tourist sites and promote job creation in targeted areas of Lesotho, whilst supporting improvements in road safety and providing immediate and effective response in the event of an eligible crisis or emergency. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures are includes : (i) land acquisition and involuntary resettlement will be minimized; (ii) land acquisition and resettlement costs will, through any related RAP/ARAP costs as applicable, be built into each sub-project budgets; (iii) the provision of housing support (cash or replacement housing) and residential site support (replacement site or cash) where physical relocation is required; (iv) households are affected, measures will be implemented under the project to ensure that their compensation entitlements and well-being are properly managed and catered for; (v) for temporary occupation of land during construction work, contractors will be required by tender documents to sign ‘temporary occupation contracts’ with affected land owners; (vi) local relocation where affected household relocates somewhere in the vicinity of original home, allowing for continued use of unaffected assets; (vii)


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    Wolde Woldearegay,Desta

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    Plan de réinstallation

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  • Titre du rapport

    Resettlement policy framework

  • Mots clé

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;Environmental and Social Management Plan;Environmental and Social Management Framework;Policy and Institutional Framework;Output and Performance Based;physical cultural resources;market value of land;improvements in road safety;conservation of road asset;acquired immunodeficiency syndrome;water and sewerage company;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;road and bridges;access to asset;involuntary resettlement;loss of income;grievance redress mechanism;land acquisition process;standard of living;mobility of people;improving road safety;local economic activity;loss of asset;affected persons;loss of land;acquisition of land;displacement of people;road construction activity;impact of land;road traffic injury;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;Access to Education;forms of compensation;compensation for loss;remote rural area;female labor force;negative social impacts;quality of infrastructure;secondary road network;international good practice;flow of fund;road safety measure;capacity building support;provision of road;environmental risk;expropriation of property;quality of work;road asset management;case of emergency;arable land use;road construction industry;corridor of impact;private sector contractor;court of law;principle of transparency;issue of gender;HIV and AIDS;resettlement and rehabilitation;sustainability of livelihood;security of tenure;physical work;eligibility criterion;asset inventory;social safeguard;resettlement planning;legal right;asset loss;agricultural market;resettlement assistance;displaced person;legal framework;replacement cost;



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