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Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Emergency Locust Response Program (P173702) (English)


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    Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Emergency Locust Response Program (P173702)

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    desert locust; social risk management instrument; national youth service; climate change and disaster risk; Integrated Pest Management; community health and safety; convention on biological diversity; sustainable management; health and safety risk; Land and Water Resources; impact of climate change; environmental and social management; environmental and social assessments; Grievance Redress Service; access to health service; locust control; gender based violence; use of pesticide; ecologically sensitive habitats; approach to surveillance; synthetic chemical pesticide; standard operating procedure; intimate partner violence; agricultural extension worker; status of woman; mitigation measure; form of violence; ground water contamination; code of conduct; national agricultural research; species of insect; Sexually transmitted diseases; application of pesticide; port of entry; air pollution impact; Gender-Based Violence; person with disability; Internally Displaced People; human rights violation; financing activities; early warning system; number of residents; access to food; public awareness campaign; human health risks; HIV and AIDS; capacity building training; surface water body; safety data sheets; adverse social impact; grievance redress mechanism; aerial spraying; water bodies; surveillance activity; public consultation; pesticide application; protected area; conventional pesticide; crop field; ground spray; stakeholder consultation; reporting system; personal protection; security guard; inspection regime; contract worker; health hazard; ecological zone; grievance mechanism; forced marriage; Natural Resources; Indigenous Peoples; environmental risk; monitoring indicator; local population; social tension; land use; packaging material; future outbreaks; affected communities; affected farmer; safe disposal; best practice; agricultural sector; spray teams; Gender Equality; adequate mitigation; stakeholder engagement; community engagement; livelihood protection; asset loss; regional body; social standard; productive asset; livestock holding; breeding site; protective gear; big data; human capital; safety measure; Agricultural Technology; health effect; certification procedure; comparative analysis; legal instrument; information resource; monitoring process; reporting procedure; risk map; egg laying; community awareness; internal communication; outreach activity; specific commitment; risk instruments; adverse risks; undue harm; national bodies; population increase; plant variety; climate resilience; reference point; exclusion criteria; approval process; high-risk activity; empty container; punitive measure; secure storage; toxicity level; pesticide poisoning; natural habitat; Health Workers; accidental exposure; safety precaution; awareness creation; audit scheme; storage facility; emergency service; secure site; central storage; geographical area; self-help group; child abuse; regular monitoring; pesticide selection; Safeguard Policies; safeguard policy; sensitive ecosystems; Cultural Heritage; land acquisition; involuntary resettlement; marginalized group; Social Conflict; high probability; working condition; ecological areas; adversely impact; ground stations; professional conduct; adverse consequence; coping strategy; social group; political conflict; remote area; security personnel; Resource Efficiency; export crop; cattle rustling; terrorist attack; security threat; security concern; project approval; stakeholder need; ecological effect; field staff; transparent tenders; registration process; local area; social safeguard; risk classification; in school; several days; living arrangement; degrading treatment; management structure; pollution problem; rural community; vulnerable woman; labour influx; community water; limited resources; alternative livelihood; organic farming; Livestock Production; traditional community; nomadic pastoralism; beneficial impact; physical environment; other development; positive impact; baseline dat



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Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Emergency Locust Response Program (P173702) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.