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Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120 (English)


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    Alvi,Mohammad Imtiaz Akhtar

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    Environmental and Social Review Summary

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    South Sudan,

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    Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120

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    Environmental and Social Review Summary; Occupational health and safety; community health and safety; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; Soil and Water Conservation; sustainable management; use of child labor; worker health and safety; social risk management; institutional capacity assessment; market access road; source of energy; community resource persons; risk of violence; access to farm; small holder farmer; risk management tool; pollution of soil; support to producer; Social Risk Rating; household food security; sustainable crop production; child headed household; women headed household; Gender-Based Violence; rules of conduct; risk of conflict; principle of proportionality; natural resource commodity; Rule of Law; conflict and violence; access to land; grievance redress mechanism; renewable energy source; cultural heritage site; code of conduct; pest management technique; communal natural resources; agricultural livelihoods; water harvesting; agricultural market; project intervention; mitigation measure; seed company; agricultural input; environmental risk; emergency food; contract worker; food storage; vulnerable group; contract labor; indirect labor; specialized agency; corruption investigation; labor influx; land take; financial resource; irrigation infrastructure; vulnerable household; water source; market infrastructure; seed development; local enterprise; grazing area; Waste Management; social impact; agricultural enterprise; Host Communities; traditional farming; seed production; agricultural production; equal access; applicable law; nutrition component; cultural value; dietary habits; agricultural potential; security measure; family head; remote area; affected communities; grievance mechanism; geographical targeting; bride price; on-farm water; construction activities; wife inheritance; Child Marriage; general assessment; local investment; community consultation; energy resource; annual crop; Fragile Countries; rural land; traditional authority; natural asset; tropical forest; Conflict Resolution; community resilience; land use; citizen engagement; participatory planning; security risk; landlocked country; producer cooperative; value chain; sustainable use; Resource Efficiency; water quality; capacities in support; rural farming; minimum age; local market; farm product; labor requirement; traditional leaders; production capacity; food production; labor management; seed bank; community labor; international ngos; rural retailer; population group; extension worker; farmer produce; community safety; Civil War; Armed Conflict; rural area; farmer institutions; water infrastructure; Violent Conflict; community conflict; smallholder farmer; disproportionate burden; farming families; project costing; good environmental; social practice; management strategy; chemical pesticide; ecosystem service; physical characteristic; positive impact; borrower's commitment; dry area; research institution; young girl; research institutions; archaeological significance; household benefit; Cash Transfer; stakeholder consultation; child soldier; demobilized soldier; Social Assessment; green revolution; arable land; financial service; agricultural activity; project risk; risk assessment; government's capacity; institutional framework; nutritional support; international waterway; seasonal agriculture; infrastructural development; small-scale water; harvest infrastructure; capacity constraint; financing agreement; benefit sharing; income generation; project datum; critical habitat; economic shock; agricultural infrastructure; irrigation system; green belt; quality seed; gender dynamic; farmer training



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Alvi,Mohammad Imtiaz Akhtar

Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - South Sudan Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Project - P169120 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.