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Philippines - Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project : environment and social management framework (English)

The development objective of the Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project for Philippines is to improve access to markets and specifically enhance the competitiveness of smallholder farmers in the targeted agrarian reform community (ARC) clusters. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) compensation package for land or right of way (ROW) acquisition, and or crop damage compensation, based on prior consultation with project-affected persons; (2) hiring preference to qualified local community residents, particularly those who will be displaced; (3) implement appropriate erosion control, slope stabilization, and protection measures; (4) follow natural drainage paths when constructing road drainage canals and installing culverts; (5) provision of facilities to workers to allow them to segregate, and properly dispose biodegradables from non-biodegradables; and (6) control of vehicle speed to lessen suspension of road dust.


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    Philippines - Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project : environment and social management framework

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Philippines - Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project : environment and social management framework (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.