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Vietnam - Dam Rehabilitation and Safety Improvement Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement action plan for Thanh Hoa (English)

The development objective of the Dam Rehabilitation and Safety Improvement Project for Vietnam is to support the implementation of the government dam safety program by improving the safety of prioritized dams and reservoirs as well as to protect people and assets of the downstream communities. Negative impacts include: loss of assets, loss of income, loss of trees and crops, loss of land acquisition, loss of structures, and loss of livelihood. Mitigation measures include: the impacts on land acquisition and assets as well as relocation of Affected Households (Ahs) must be minimized. In case that the minimization of land acquisition is infeasible, the compensation and assistance for restoration will be provided for people adequately; the compensation rates will be determined on the basis of results of independent land/assets appraisal in a timely and consultative fashion. All fees and taxes on land and/or house transfers will be waived or otherwise included in a compensation package for land and structures/houses or business activities. The local authorities will ensure that APs who choose resettlement site on their own obtainment, without additional cost, will be provided with the necessary house and land use right certificate or official certificates corresponding to similar compensation packages provided to those who choose to move to the project’s resettlement sites. This includes compensation for agricultural land, residential land, structures and other assets; additional efforts, such as economic rehabilitation assistance, training and other forms of assistance, should be provided to APs losing income sources in order to enhance their future prospects toward livelihood restoration and improvement. Vulnerable groups may need additional assistance in this regard; and the previous level of community services and resources, encountered prior to displacement, will be maintained or improved for resettlement areas.


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    Tuyet Thi

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    Resettlement Plan

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Resettlement action plan for Thanh Hoa

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Tuyet Thi

Vietnam - Dam Rehabilitation and Safety Improvement Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement action plan for Thanh Hoa (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.