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Appraisal Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Dedicated Grant Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Guatemala - P170391 (English)

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  • Author

    Pizarro,Dianna M.

  • Document Date

    2021/01/28

  • Document Type

    Environmental and Social Review Summary

  • Report Number

    ESRSA01123

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Guatemala,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/01/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Appraisal Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Dedicated Grant Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Guatemala - P170391

  • Keywords

    Environment and Social Management Plan; Environmental and Social Review Summary; Free, Prior and Informed Consent; environmental and social management; community health and safety; changes in land use; access to financial service; income-generating opportunity; Natural Resource Management; sustainable forest management; forest management system; use of pesticide; management of forest; timber forest product; cultural heritage site; crime and violence; food security initiative; risk of contagion; availability of resource; gender based violence; healthy working conditions; people with disability; climate change issue; adoption of technology; participation of child; grievance redress mechanism; person with disability; intellectual property rights; means of production; social and environmental; impacts on biodiversity; environment for investment; access to forest; land tenure rights; rights to land; dispute resolution mechanism; international good practice; application of pesticide; intangible cultural heritage; Integrated Pest Management; natural vegetation cover; personal protective equipment; forest management plan; authorization to work; participation of woman; Natural Resources; community workers; natural habitat; affected communities; protected area; archeological site; national regulation; enabling conditions; child labor; Social Assessment; potential conflicts; stakeholder engagement; involuntary resettlement; social impact; productive activity; indigenous communities; indigenous community; sustainable management; traditional systems; sustainable livelihood; land management; public meeting; vulnerable group; forest concession; customary mechanisms; consultation process; pending issues; public consultation; mitigation measure; Indigenous Peoples; forced labor; institutional framework; migrant population; selection criterion; traditional knowledge; legal framework; Labor Law; forest monitoring; Social Conflict; liquid waste; safety measure; cultural norm; market analysis; minimum salary; applicable legislation; working relationship; communal forest; small-scale infrastructure; simple task; young age; local law; environmental legislation; social security; international agreement; regular monitoring; baseline information; project effectiveness; risk response; participation activities; tropical storm; effective information; participation strategy; participatory mechanism; screening procedure; managed forest; separate meeting; unskilled laborer; interest group; direct beneficiaries; vulnerable population; remote data; ongoing support; potential barrier; health guideline; labor issue; indigenous language; international health; National Institutions; traditional ways; indigenous woman; community engagement; cultural adaptation; communication strategy; affirmative action; ancestral territory; customary way; adverse risks; national legislation; gap analysis; international legislation; financing instrument; intangible heritage; financial intermediaries; archaeological heritage; legislative framework; improved enforcement; access restrictions; biodiversity impact; cultural property; protective measure; earth movement; monitoring procedure; archaeological materials; direct intervention; field survey; ancestral land; forest degradation; preventive health; local outbreaks; emergency preparedness; social distance; Infectious Disease; land acquisition; appropriate training; herbicide use; land administration; water bodies; soil health; invasive plants; precautionary measure; historical evidence; precautionary approach; aquatic ecosystem; tenure security; governmental agency; eligibility criterion; restricted access; land restriction; use rights; informal land; screening tool; community consultation; environmental consultant; active engagement; capacity strengthening; diversified livelihood; environmental conservation; community participation; project impact; community ownership; forested areas; commercial partners; active participation

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Citation

Pizarro,Dianna M.

Appraisal Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Dedicated Grant Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Guatemala - P170391 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/497061611877934770/Appraisal-Environmental-and-Social-Review-Summary-ESRS-Dedicated-Grant-Mechanism-for-Indigenous-Peoples-and-Local-Communities-in-Guatemala-P170391