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Ethiopia - Tana and Beles Integrated Water Resources Development Project : environmental assessment (English)

This document presents an Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) and Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF) developed for the Tana and Beles Integrated Water Resources Development Project (TBIWRDP). The TBIWRDP will provide the foundation and opportunity to realize the region's potential building on current investments for further development of water resources and the promotion of private sector investment. The project aims to address the inadequate institutional capacity to promote, facilitate and regulate private sector investments in the sub-basins that are targeted to stimulate economic growth while ensuring resource sustainability. The project mitigation factor are following; low-technology stream bank protection, drains and terraces, access to and secure water supply points for use during periods of flooding secure food storage facilities, and flood-proofed sanitation systems. The project environmental impacts consequences should be taken into account in project selection, sitting, planning, and design by preventing, minimizing. The project impacts affecting indigenous peoples dispersed and mixed indigenous populations highly acculturated indigenous populations.

Details

  • Document Date

    2008/03/12

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E1803

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Ethiopia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2008/03/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Ethiopia - Tana and Beles Integrated Water Resources Development Project : environmental assessment

  • Keywords

    construction phase;integrated watershed management;environmental and social assessments;Environmental and Social Impact;legal and regulatory framework;Soil and Water Conservation;water quality issue;construction activities;Natural Resource Management;cultural heritage site;critical natural habitats;grievance redress mechanism;development of water;ownership of land;acquisition of land;water supply development;environmental screening category;law and regulation;water resource availability;sustainable land management;Health Care Waste;flora and fauna;downstream water user;personal protective equipment;intensive water use;adequate water supply;number of water;site selection process;adequate disposal facilities;standard of living;machinery and equipment;water information system;indigenous population;mitigation measure;physical resettlement;involuntary resettlement;Indigenous Peoples;water right;religious sites;environmental rules;wet season;flood management;environmental study;soil disturbance;construction area;Water Allocation;water source;wildlife habitat;environmental issue;social tension;construction management;watershed development;environmental conservation;bus route;compensation payment;noise level;contract clause;social issue;Capital Investments;disposal site;land acquisition;municipal regulation;erosion potential;land purchase;equipment maintenance;steep slope;tree species;vehicle speed;fill material;flood risk;monitoring program;recreational area;work schedule;commercial areas;vulnerable people;Residential Neighborhood;native plant;disposal area;construction waste;downstream ecosystem;debris flow;toxic material;bus stop;security guard;night work;physical activity;flat terrain;flood protection;soil stability;water flow;Irrigated Agriculture;community relation;analytical capacity;sustainable investment;catchment pond;groundwater monitoring;management capacity;native species;drainage canal;sewer system;dust mask;access route;trained worker;drainage system;sensitive ecosystems;toxic substance;hard hats;heavy rain;investment resource;volcanic eruption;Coral Reef;improved water;water storage;water logging;safety training;guard rail;soil permeability;road marking;dust control;Traffic Safety;school child;construction accident;local safety;seismic event;recycling systems;water course;mechanical equipment;facilities development;disposal system;medical waste;Population Displacement;sanitation development;adjacent forest;soil quality;construction material;social studies;social study;socio-economic survey;asset inventory;resettlement assistance;subproject preparation;sediment load;resource sustainability;current investment;federal level;local livelihoods;legislative act;environmental procedures;performance reviews;environmental authority;steep gradient;Population Density;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;similar provision;mixed ownership;social effect;social planning;Land tenure;indigenous territory;dispersed population;present water;cultural property;private investment;field survey;consultation process;local law;information requirement;land asset;monitoring requirement;stakeholder consultation;mountainous terrain;stakeholder discussions;legal tenure;land expropriation;resettlement process;communal property;low-income family;sampling location;vulnerable group;social safeguard;legal problems;natural hazard;public health;sanitation system;construction supervision;construction work;unauthorized access;national regulation;corrective action;floor space;project size;remedial measure;community characteristic;endangered species;Land Ownership;monitoring arrangement;community needs;principal component;institutional responsibilities;site visits;

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Ethiopia - Tana and Beles Integrated Water Resources Development Project : environmental assessment (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/713901468256199810/Ethiopia-Tana-and-Beles-Integrated-Water-Resources-Development-Project-environmental-assessment