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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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    Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; form of discrimination against woman; Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Integrated Pest Management; environmental and social management; alternative pest control method; social risk management instrument; Occupational health and safety; desert locust; monitoring and evaluation system; community health and safety; female-headed household; early warning system; synthetic chemical pesticide; livelihood of farmer; ecologically sensitive habitats; loss of biodiversity; stakeholder engagement; access to food; food production system; occurrence of outbreak; loss of crop; greenhouse gas emission; grievance redress mechanism; international good practice; data collection method; sale of asset; ensuring food security; safety net program; law and regulation; capacity building training; regional environmental protection; climate change risk; personal protective equipment; risk of exclusion; strategies for prevention; vulnerability of farmers; application of insecticide; billion people; people with disability; release of fund; surface water pollution; participation of woman; violence against woman; application of pesticide; soil nutrient content; cash for work; number of beneficiaries; alternatives to pesticides; frequency of use; agriculture and livestock; capacity of community; land use pattern; livelihood support; Cash Transfer; emergency food; livelihood protection; buffer zone; affected communities; plant health; mitigation measure; stakeholder consultation; locust control; federal level; safe disposal; breeding season; obsolete pesticide; vulnerable people; pasture improvement; traditional authority; social concern; awareness creation; water bodies; dust emission; productive asset; pastoral community; international expert; soil erosion; crop season; strategic location; livestock loss; household level; sensitization campaign; contingency fund; security mechanism; ground spray; individual need; rangeland area; local radio; social distance; tank washing; empty container; environmental risk; community awareness; operational budget; safeguard specialist; agricultural input; working condition; rangeland rehabilitation; capacity limitation; social issue; information exchange; technical back stopping; grazing land; vulnerable group; integrated system; results framework; baseline assessment; ecological feature; South East; international convention; migratory route; habitat conditions; eligible beneficiary; livestock feed; construction site; agricultural crop; community interaction; water well; baseline conditions; health monitoring; livestock holding; direct beneficiaries; social laws; water source; income generation; environmental sustainability; common pasture; insecticide application; target organisms; animal fodder; train operation; distribution area; administrative structure; border district; Social Assessment; hot spot; administrative framework; infestation control; administrative requirement; preventive measure; pesticide selection; toxic pesticide; exposure time; response effort; adequate training; protection equipment; protective clothing; chemical use; labor influx; community targeting; invasive species; livestock fodder; food insecurity; gender dimension; transparent manner; interest group; lowland communities; farm input; affirmative action; crop seed; transparent reporting; community base; traditional leaders; local knowledge; human dimension; pasture land; information campaign; non-governmental organization; social screening; basic training; community representative; government institution; pesticide component; full participation; public awareness; local population; local tension; safety precaution; local conflict; assessment checklist; female head; statistical agency; Agricultural Risk; sexual favours; pasture development; eligibility criterion; endangered species; human environment; field work; population size; population structure; Public Services; cultivated land



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