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Albania : Lake Skadar-Shkoder Integrated Ecosystem Management Project : resettlement action plan : Process framework for the Albania side of the Lake (English)

The Albania-Montenegro Lake Skadar/Shkodra Integrated Ecosystems Management Project (LSIEMP) aims to support and extend existing mechanisms for effective transbundary cooperation, at the local, regional, and national levels, for the preservation, management, and sustainable economic development of the Skadar Lake region. The process framework document includes a number of recommendation and mitigation measures, as follows : project affected peoples (PAPs) will be given a chance to voice their concerns and preferences regarding project impacts and possible mitigation actions throughout the design, preparation and implementation; reduce unregulated fishing, as much as possible by giving unlicensed fishermen the chance to either legitimize their practices or transition into other livelihood activities; the project will attempt to facilitate the strengthening and/or enforcement of laws and regulations pertaining to the natural resource use in and around the Lake using a combination of incentives and that will be determined during project implementation with inputs from the appropriate resource user umbrella organizations; regulate fishing trade by creating fish markets in Shkoder where only licensed fishermen can sell their catches, while also funding the application of stronger, fairer controls, such as by training and motivating rangers to enforce restrictions on illegal fishing methods across the Lake; encourage investments in the processing and marketing of goods and services; promote investment activities that are already pursued in the area (e.g. handicrafts production, the production of certain medicinal plants, family-based aquaculture in localized fish ponds, etc.) or be essentially new (e.g. agro-industrial business development using updated technologies); establish conflict resolution mechanisms for mediating and resolving conflicts within or between affected communities should it be necessary; and finally, should any conflicts arise that are cross-border in nature, they will be referred to an ad-hoc body created within the framework of an appropriate transboundary institution, such as the bilateral Working Group on Public Outreach and Education established under the LSIEMP.

Details

  • Document Date

    2007/02/01

  • Document Type

    Resettlement Plan

  • Report Number

    RP592

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    South Eastern Europe and Balkans,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2007/08/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Process framework for the Albania side of the Lake

  • Keywords

    active participation of civil society;fishery management plan;broad range of stakeholders;natural resource use;sustainable village economy;access to information;Regional Economic Development;environmental management framework;conflict resolution mechanism;determination of eligibility;enforcement of law;standard of living;participatory data collection;Sustainable Economic Development;types of income;international good practice;protected area;affected persons;fish resource;Natural Resources;artisanal fishermen;public engagement;alternative livelihood;fish trade;local livelihoods;environmental sustainability;restoration measure;sustainable management;subjective indicators;social analysis;pilot activities;household use;affected communities;local stakeholder;commercial fishing;freshwater fish;social sustainability;community access;spatial planning;social group;handicraft production;fish pond;domestic tourism;employment alternative;productive activity;socioeconomic indicator;income restoration;eligibility criterion;livelihood opportunity;Sustainable Tourism;cultural value;targeted training;productivity level;employment type;community level;standard indicator;private entity;research program;national legislation;media education;consultation process;ordinary citizens;public consultation;public hearing;participation requirement;local ngo;fish stock;species composition;livelihood strategy;medicinal herb;commercial interests;artisanal fishing;involuntary resettlement;potential conflicts;participatory approach;applied studies;local market;sport fishing;lakeside villages;socioeconomic survey;baseline data;migratory species;fishing practice;unsustainable fishing;ecosystems management;integrated management;critical ecosystem;regulatory regime;direct participation;resource users;participatory monitoring;legal limit;economic exploitation;habitat restoration;legal structure;local population;human capital;fishing regime;organizational capacity;fishing restrictions;unregulated fishing;illegal fishing;fish market;effective participation;mitigation actions;project impact;community relation;commercial practice;ecosystem health;data management;monitoring arrangement;adequate representation;

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Albania : Lake Skadar-Shkoder Integrated Ecosystem Management Project : resettlement action plan : Process framework for the Albania side of the Lake (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/426581468116038760/Process-framework-for-the-Albania-side-of-the-Lake