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Pakistan - First Phase of the Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project : additional financing - resettlement plan : Final report (English)

The development objective of the First Phase of the Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project (WSIP) for Pakistan is to envisage improved efficiency, reliability, and equity of irrigation water distribution in three area water board (AWB) namely Ghotki, Nara, and Left Bank. Negative impacts include: loss of trees and crops, loss of structures, loss of asset, loss of land acquisition, loss of income, and loss of livelihood. Mitigation measures include: a) cash compensation for affected part of the structure at replacement value; b) allowance to cover repair cost of the remaining structure; c) cash compensation equivalent to market value of gross harvest for one year production or for the remaining period of tenancy/lease, whichever is greater; compensation at market value and for loss of net income from subsequent crops that cannot be planted for the duration of temporary possession; and in cash on the basis of replacement cost of material and labor without deduction for depreciation or salvageable materials for the damages during the period of temporary possession.

Details

  • Document Date

    2006/11/01

  • Document Type

    Resettlement Plan

  • Report Number

    RP1661

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Pakistan,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2014/06/04

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Final report

  • Keywords

    Framework for Land Acquisition;Environmental and Social Action Plan;Social and Environmental Management Plan;on-farm water management;irrigation and drainage sector;source of drinking water;joint management;international water management;country financial accountability assessment;overseas economic cooperation fund;management of water resource;project monitoring and evaluation;improving water use efficiency;Environmental and Social Impact;preparation of bidding documents;lack of storage capacity;Environmental Assessment;canal system;Waterlogging and Salinity;crop water requirement;returns from irrigation;Water Resource Management;Participatory Irrigation Management;national environmental;country assistance strategy;Country Assistance Strategies;groundwater resource base;surface water source;acquisition of asset;repair and maintenance;transfer of fund;increased agricultural productivity;investment in rehabilitation;flood management system;irrigation water supply;income and expenditure;public service delivery;annual river flow;public sector entity;irrigation command area;source of employment;agricultural income tax;initial environmental examination;department of agriculture;high water losses;public health engineering;basin irrigation system;operations and maintenance;water quality issue;convention on wetland;lack of knowledge;depth of poverty;access to water;rural financial market;school management committee;geographical information system;land tenure system;crop root zone;code of conduct;criteria for selection;surface water supply;procurement of work;irrigation water demand;fresh groundwater area;operation and management;collection of water;repair and reconstruction;surface water resource;soil salinity;Consulting services;canal command;mitigation measure;main canals;project intervention;selection criterion;water distribution;shallow groundwater;crop season;environmental issue;hydraulic infrastructure;Irrigated Agriculture;water logging;construction supervision;focus group;remedial work;drainage system;safe disposal;health problem;cropping pattern;institutional strengthening;water delivery;soil profile;wildlife sanctuary;environmental specialist;irrigation network;water availability;public consultation;irrigation infrastructure;Indigenous Peoples;preventive maintenance;rural population;poverty alleviation;consulting engineer;poor household;irrigation canal;Water Shortage;canal level;staff rule;corrective action;legal entities;legal entity;social mobilization;environmental consideration;farmer organization;procurement rule;administrative rule;private land;irrigation sector;important sites;long-term commitment;social disaster;administrative power;minimum level;investment capacity;water supplies;Leave Bank;flood water;provincial policy;rapid appraisal;institutional weakness;irrigation department;salinity control;public property;cultural organisation;village organizations;water point;boat people;water system;emergency situation;groundwater level;surface drainage;adequate budgetary;financial covenant;federal agency;drainage management;livestock population;environmental characteristic;improve revenue;civil works;small irrigation;water measurement;flow data;heavy rain;local radio;road bridge;irrigation scheduling;broadcast information;management operation;institutional environment;flood warning;supply water;construction work;effective participation;vulnerable group;construction plans;consultation workshop;technical standard;construction management;inadequate drainage;deferred maintenance;short listing;financial proposal;remedial measure;coastal region;irrigated area;procurement action;project impact;household income;education science;drainage water;conveyance efficiency;long-term sustainability;social plan;construction activities;evaluation study;voluntary basis;staff salary;management consultant;data communication;flood plain;crop failure;wage income;rent seeking;field staff;inequitable distribution;surface flow;beneficiary group

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Pakistan - First Phase of the Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project : additional financing - resettlement plan : Final report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/733941468284106859/Final-report