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Tanzania - Third Social Action Fund - Productive Social Safety Net Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Environmental and social management framework (English)

The objective of the Third Social Action Fund - Productive Social Safety Net (TASAF III -PSSN) Project was to increase and enhance the capacity of communities and stakeholders to prioritize, implement and manage sustainable development initiatives and in the process improve socio-economic services and opportunities. Negative impacts include: dust pollution, decline in water quality, increase in soil erosion, pollution of polyethylene paper during tree planting, introduction of exotic species, and pollution of groundwater and of surface waters and habitats. Mitigation measures include: 1) dust control by water or other means; 2) prevention of erosion by revegatation; 3) dry construction and physical stabilization; 4) collection of all polyethylene papers; 5) use of indigenous species and provenance; 6) avoid areas of fragile or unstable soils/slopes; 7) avoid our using fertilizers, herbicides; 8) proper design of canals; and 9) monitoring of water quality.


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    Environmental and social management framework

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Tanzania - Third Social Action Fund - Productive Social Safety Net Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Environmental and social management framework (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.