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Ethiopia - Road Sector Support Project : Resettlement Plan : Resettlement Action Plan for Lot One : Nekemte-Andhode (86 Km) - Milestone One (English)

The development objective of the Road Sector Support Project for Ethiopia is to reduce travel time and cost along selected inter-regional corridors and support the sustainability of the federal road network. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) cash compensation for affected land equivalent to replacement value, taking into account market values for the land; (2) opportunity cost compensation equivalent to 2 months net income based on tax records for previous year (or tax records from comparable business, or estimates); (3) land for land replacement shall be of minimum plot of acceptable size under the zoning laws or a plot of equivalent size, whichever is larger, in either the community or a nearby resettlement area with adequate physical and social infrastructure systems as well as secured tenure status; (4) cash compensation for affected assets, taking into account market costs for assets and materials (verifiable improvements to the property by the tenant); (5) cash compensation equivalent to average of last 3 years market value for the mature and harvested crop; (6) special support will be provided during relocation in addition to timely payment of compensation for the lost assets like reconstruction of the affected houses, transporting their household materials to the new site as well as monetary support; and (7) prepare livelihood restoration plan and implement the activities in the respective woredas for project affected persons (PAPs) who lost more than 20 percent of their land holdings and source of income.


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    Resettlement Action Plan for Lot One : Nekemte-Andhode (86 Km) - Milestone One

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    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; environmental and social management; market value of land; Output and Performance Based; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; traffic management plan; project road; grievance redress mechanism; compensation for loss; adverse social impact; public consultation; capacity building training; displacement of people; potable water supply; loss of farmland; source of energy; loss of income; finance and economic; quantitative data collection; expropriation of property; average household income; good quality water; ground water source; rural road construction; expropriation of land; land for agriculture; sources of water; acquisition of land; environment for woman; gender based discrimination; rights to land; distribution of condoms; spread of hiv; source of income; early warning system; types of property; water supply pipeline; negative social impacts; AIDS prevention activities; species of tree; risk of accident; source income; awareness raising activity; project affected persons; fruit bearing trees; average family size; project feasibility studies; mode of transport; ownership of property; construction of road; Sexually Transmitted Disease; family and friends; income generation activities; social service facility; places of worship; care of child; mitigation measure; eligibility criterion; land use; household survey; vulnerable group; asset valuation; resettlement assistance; replacement cost; income restoration; external monitoring; construction activities; local stakeholder; land acquisition; stakeholder consultation; compensation payment; budget requirement; construction work; administrative framework; positive impact; grazing land; transfer tax; rural area; perennial crop; Public Utilities; agricultural land



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Ethiopia - Road Sector Support Project : Resettlement Plan : Resettlement Action Plan for Lot One : Nekemte-Andhode (86 Km) - Milestone One (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.