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China - Fuzhou Urban Transport Project : involuntary resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement action plan (Chinese)

The purpose of the Resettlement Plan for the China Fuzhou Urban Transport Project is to work out a resettlement and rehabilitation action plan for the project affected people (PAPs) to ensure that the PAPs will gain benefit from the proposed project and improve their standard of living or at least to rehabilitate their standard of living after the completion of the project. The "project affected people" (PAPs) refers to those whose production or living are affected by the land acquisition for the project. This includes 1) Those whose land (including the land for household plot, public facilities, agriculture, forestry, stockbreeding, fishery and sideline), structures (including private housing and attachments, enterprise buildings or public buildings etc.), entitlements or other properties are partially or wholly, temporarily or permanently acquired and occupied. 2) Those that have used the said land, structures or properties, or whose business, occupation, habitation or habits and customs are detrimentally affected. 3) Those whose living standards are affected due to the land acquisition and resettlement. To ensure the PAPs to get compensation for all their losses, reasonable resettlement and good rehabilitation of life, and make them share project benefit, project affected people (PAP) will be subsidized for their temporary difficulties so as to improve the income and living standard of the individuals, and production and profit-gaining ability of the enterprises or at least rehabilitate them to the level or higher prior to resettlement or beginning of the project.

Details

  • Document Date

    2005/03/07

  • Document Type

    Resettlement Plan

  • Report Number

    RP296

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Resettlement action plan

  • Keywords

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China - Fuzhou Urban Transport Project : involuntary resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement action plan (Chinese). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/868761468769205648/Resettlement-action-plan