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Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Securing Uganda’s Natural Resource Base in Protected Areas (P174337) (English)

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  • Author

    Borrowing Agency

  • Document Date

    2021/04/29

  • Document Type

    Environmental and Social Management Plan

  • Volume No

    1

  • Country

    Uganda,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/04/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Securing Uganda’s Natural Resource Base in Protected Areas (P174337)

  • Keywords

    Climate-Smart Development; Environmental and Social Impact; Environmental and Social Safeguard; Occupational health and safety; sustainable management of forest; impact from climate change; occupational safety and health; community health and safety; Environmental and Social Performance; social risk management; protected area; human wildlife conflict; water and environment; decline in biodiversity; annual loss rate; high population growth; grievance redress mechanism; mainstreaming of gender; effective forest management; social risk assessment; good business practice; amount of rainfall; sources of water; ground water resource; participation of woman; voice and agency; forest carbon stock; planning and design; social and environmental; Grievance Redress Service; impacts on biodiversity; code of conduct; disposal of residual; erosion control measures; signs and symptoms; intangible cultural heritage; downstream water user; appropriate mitigation measures; enforcement of term; forest protected area; land use plan; Natural Resource Management; natural resource sector; plant protection act; population growth rate; education and literacy; natural resource base; culture and religion; different forest types; forest reserve; stakeholder consultation; forest restoration; invasive species; civil works; alternative livelihood; business skill; income stream; employment opportunity; employment opportunities; population trend; topographic map; community labor; forest fire; alien species; Job Creation; Natural Resources; institutional framework; sedimentary rock; noise pollution; patrol activities; social standard; natural forest; wildlife area; Social Assessment; community group; standard procedure; Project Monitoring; stakeholder engagement; generic risks; community livelihoods; basic infrastructure; forest law; carbon emission; forest monitoring; marginalized group; free grazing; reference level; fire management; water bodies; wood extraction; natural habitat; ecosystem service; watershed protection; climatic variability; farming system; water quality; stakeholder concern; agricultural land; legal framework; forest fragmentation; national system; respective responsibility; construction site; agricultural expansion; biological hazard; social aspect; tree nurseries; fruit species; community consultation; craft design; market dynamic; practical skill; affected districts; value addition; forest loss; negotiated agreement; value chain; several factors; land area; community wildlife; bee keeping; clay loam; transnational network; employment form; social objective; field activity; short-term training; Environmental Assessment; effective monitoring; tourism sector; adequate facility; financial resource; community engagement; environmental screening; management structure; public nuisance; snake bites; skin irritation; tree species; environmental risk; environmental benefit; species diversity; local council; population structure; pyramid structures; construction activities; game parks; traditional leaders; opinion leaders; basic training; implementing partner; feedback mechanism; female population; temporary storage; competent authority; affected communities; legal requirement; community exposure; cultural significance; oil exploitation; animal interaction; local employees; waste oil; main river; disposal risk; secure storage; waste segregation; Waste Management; construction waste; windy conditions; weather condition; protective gear; construction work; approval process; lacustrine environment; geophysical data; carrying water; small area; small rivers; low fertility; flat land; sea level; rainfall regime; natural park; climatic gradients; crystalline basement; telephone call; consultative meeting; low altitude; forest specialist; community meetings; legislative framework; literature review; direct intervention; several areas; dry season; groundwater recharge; conservation priority; meteorological stations; monthly temperature; rainfall pattern

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Borrowing Agency

Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Securing Uganda’s Natural Resource Base in Protected Areas (P174337) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/809301619720504702/Revised-Environmental-and-Social-Management-Framework-ESMF-Securing-Uganda-s-Natural-Resource-Base-in-Protected-Areas-P174337