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Afghanistan - Agricultural Inputs Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Pest and pesticide management plan (English)

The development objective of the Agricultural Inputs Project for Afghanistan is to strengthened institutional capacity for safety and reliability of agricultural inputs and sustainable production of certified wheat seed. Negative impacts includes: affects human health; temporary or permanent loss of crops; loss of fruit trees; landscape degradation; soil degradation; air, water, and noise pollution; contamination from wastes; increase incidence of disease such as malaria and cholera; risk of drainage failure and adverse effects on flora and fauna. Mitigation measures includes: 1) proper drainage of the area. Link to other agencies (government and NGOs) working on health issues in the locality so that improved health care practices can be introduced to/adopted by local communities; 2) plantation of appropriate vegetation on hill slopes and other potentially erodible places; 3) appropriate earth compaction and in construction of access roads; 4) restriction of vehicular and construction machinery movements when necessary; 5) install sediment runoff control devices; 6) ensure contractors comply with contract provisions for restoring landscape; 7) all solid wastes to be collected and removed from the camp sites and disposed in local waste disposal sites; 8) provide adequate protective devices, drinking water and sanitary facilities to workers; 9) community awareness on use of pesticides and agro-chemicals in agricultural fields close to canal; and 10) regular spraying of water in the materials mixing and handling areas/temporary access roads.

Details

  • Document Date

    2011/11/30

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E4014

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    6

  • Country

    Afghanistan,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2012/09/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Pest and pesticide management plan

  • Keywords

    farmer;agricultural input;convention on biological diversity;Convention on International Trade;Integrated Pest Management;Crop;legal and regulatory framework;improved seed;vulnerability to natural disasters;national environmental action plan;water resource and environment;human resource development;protection of human health;primary education completion rate;Management of Natural Resources;environmental and social management;monitoring and evaluation plan;agrochemical;public health;wheat seed;application of agrochemical;safety and reliability;multilateral environmental agreement;natural resource base;access to information;food security situation;pesticide management;agriculture sector;environmental health risk;national environmental policy;Public Sector Development;human resource capacity;Public Administration Reform;maternal mortality rate;source income;Natural Resource Management;environmental management capacity;alien invasive species;inadequate waste management;farm household consumption;cost of fuel;land cover type;water quality management;livestock farming system;Livestock Production;application of pesticide;crop and livestock;synthetic chemical pesticide;international development assistance;quality control system;source of income;environment and development;private seed enterprise;population at risk;impact on health;farm service center;gdp growth rate;private sector involvement;public sector capacity;dependence on agriculture;important international agreement;Water and Energy;transfer power;quality control laboratory;managing natural resources;infant mortality rate;global environmental conventions;agriculture and service;sustainable development approach;control of pests;

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Afghanistan - Agricultural Inputs Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Pest and pesticide management plan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/105291468189865782/Pest-and-pesticide-management-plan