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Georgia - Third Secondary and Local Roads Project : resettlement plan (English)

The objective of the Third Secondary and Local Roads Project for Georgia is to: (i) reduce road user cost, (ii) increase road safety; and (iii) improve the management of routine maintenance on the selected local roads. Negative impacts include: loss of crops and trees, loss of structure, loss of asset, loss of land acquisition, loss of income, and loss of livelihood. Mitigation measures include: houses and buildings will be valued at replacement value based on construction type, cost of materials, type of construction, labor, transport and other construction costs. No deduction for depreciation and transaction costs will be applied; all Project Affected People (PAP), without regard to legal status of property, will receive support of various kinds, as per the principles set out in the entitlement matrix, to assist them in their efforts to maintain their livelihoods and standards of living prevailing prior to the project. Those who illegally own land will not be compensated for loss of land, but will receive compensation for loss of other assets which had been established on their own finance and for loss of income such that they are also assisted in their efforts to maintain their livelihoods. Detailed measures to be implemented will be determined based on the census and socio-economic survey to be carried out when resettlement action plan is developed; and annual crops will be valued at net market rates at the farm gate for the first year crop. In the eventuality that more than one-year compensation is due to the APs the crops after the first will be compensated at gross market value.


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    Georgia - Third Secondary and Local Roads Project : resettlement plan

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Georgia - Third Secondary and Local Roads Project : resettlement plan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.