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Cambodia - Greater Mekong Subregion - Power Trade Phase 1 Project : environmental assessment (English)

This resettlement action plan for the Greater Mekong Subregion Power Trade Project for Cambodia 1) identifies design, construction, and maintenance measures to avoid or mitigate potential adverse impacts, to be incorporated into the final design; 2) identifies the people affected by the transmission lines and substation sites, and losses incurred to physical and non-physical assets affected, including homes, homesteads, productive lands, commercial properties, tenancy, income-earning opportunities, social and cultural activities and relationships, and other losses; and 3) aims to assist affected people in developing their social and economic potential in order to improve or at least restore their incomes and living standards to pre-project levels. The project encompasses 43 villages in 10 communes, two districts, and six villages in 1 commune. There is not much agricultural land within the proposed alignments. When necessary to construct transmission lines across agricultural land, the land on which the tower is to be built will be permanently acquired. Compensation will be provided to affected persons whose land is acquired to build towers. Trees will be either removed or periodically prunes to provide needed line clearance, while minor pruning will be required for insulated distribution lines. The SWER alignment will avoid palm trees (primarily sugar palms) in preference to trees grown for wood and smaller fruit trees as many of these trees can be pruned to provide the necessary line clearance without killing trees. Although all land belongs to the State under the Land Law, private property rights regarding possession, use of land and rights of inheritance are recognized by this Law. Under the National Constitution of 1993, the right of private land ownership is recognized and land expropriation is prohibited, except in the national interest and with payment of just and fair compensation.

Details

  • Author

    Cambodia

  • Document Date

    2006/08/01

  • Document Type

    Resettlement Plan

  • Report Number

    RP450

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Mekong,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Cambodia - Greater Mekong Subregion - Power Trade Phase 1 Project : environmental assessment

  • Keywords

    Energy;initial environmental examination;transmission line;post implementation evaluation;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;market value of land;external monitoring and evaluation;monitoring and evaluation mechanism;local member of parliament;kv transmission line;resettlement and rehabilitation;acquisition of land;loss of income;damage to crops;residential land;replacement cost;parcel of land;cost of land;payment of compensation;public legal entity;social and environmental;rights of way;compensation for land;land use change;cost of repair;public information campaign;standard of living;access road;ownership of land;possession of land;private property right;access to asset;national resettlement policy;law and regulation;adverse social impact;cost for maintenance;amount of land;evidence of ownership;costs of implementation;capacity building training;dry season crop;income earning capacity;resettlement of people;salaries and wages;means of communication;Drainage and Irrigation;electric power supply;transfer of information;local farming system;primarily due;source income;source of income;amounts of compensation;expropriation of land;unit of entitlement;fair market value;disbursement of fund;land use capability;resolution of grievances;loss of livelihood;cost of living;pay in cash;kingdom of cambodia;valuation of asset;source of energy;funds for implementation;rate of illiteracy;cost of construction;construction and operation;local public road;loss of asset;amount of electricity;land use restriction;transition period;living standard;tree crop;grievance procedure;public property;environmental requirement;wet season;legal title;paddy land;land title;paddy field;rural area;income loss;compensation rate;power line;agricultural land;resettlement assistance;resettlement activities;land holding;cash compensation;evaluation study;rehabilitation assistance;replacement land;income restoration;market rate;fair compensation;voluntary agreement;public domain;small area;affected population;logistical support;lattice tower;field crop;internal monitoring;village head;national interest;private land;support structure;vulnerable group;acquisition process;market price;household income;resettlement planning;land capability;state land;private ownership;transfer cost;court decision;Land Fill;rural village;business loss;sugar palm;cultural activities;household head;palm tree;law relate;infrastructure damage;heavy machinery;foundation construction;cereal crop;construction activities;large trees;civil works;crop land;social aspect;equivalent replacement;height restrictions;contractor responsibility;communal property;lump sum;financial penalty;main road;employment generation;compensation payment;coconut palm;restricted use;displaced person;contract requirement;local resident;project impact;affected farmer;productive land;commercial properties;competent authority;involuntary resettlement;flood hazard;national budget;public consultation;business impact;contract - requirements;rice crop;land expropriation;crop loss;public meeting;fuel wood;farming activity;community consultation;environmental issue;

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Cambodia - Greater Mekong Subregion - Power Trade Phase 1 Project : environmental assessment (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/914091468054850845/Cambodia-Greater-Mekong-Subregion-Power-Trade-Phase-1-Project-environmental-assessment