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Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Uganda Electricity Access Scale-up Project (EASP) - P166685 (English)


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    Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Uganda Electricity Access Scale-up Project (EASP) - P166685

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    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; legal and regulatory framework; project affected persons; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; social and economic development; resource for poverty reduction; national forest authority; Environmental and Social Performance; new investment; contribution to climate change; small and medium enterprise; Informed Consultation and Participation; Management of Natural Resources; Risks and Mitigation Measures; stakeholder engagement; Access to Electricity; Host Communities; affordable modern energy; people with disability; vulnerable social group; local government authority; use of electricity; standard of behavior; code of conduct; violence against child; ambient noise level; disturbance on wildlife; movement of vehicle; capacity development activity; private sector enterprise; international good practice; supply of electricity; renewable energy technologies; number of connections; finance network; compensation for land; access to finance; Access to Energy; private sector entrepreneur; market entry barrier; information and communication; reallocation of fund; consultations with stakeholders; law and regulation; interests of stakeholder; stakeholder consultation; climate change impact; participation in policy; national land policy; use of land; impact of investments; spread of hiv; international policy framework; interests of worker; integration of culture; awareness raising campaign; culture in development; national water policy; Climate Change Policy; land use policy; social and environmental; renewable energy strategy; control of resource; private sector institutions; economic development community; local public; standard of living; Renewable Energy Policy; field visits; electricity access; energy access; financial intermediation; vulnerable group; solar system; productive use; positive impact; grid expansion; guiding principles; protected area; healthy environment; labour force; cumulative impact; distribution line; construction phase; solar technology; active participation; Clean Energy; health facility; grid network; community engagement; legal framework; project impact; benefit sharing; vulnerable individual; distribution network; civil works; energy credit; increased access; management function; affected communities; organic waste; Land Ownership; Waste Management; stakeholder interest; solar distribution; employment opportunities; employment opportunity; risk impact; waste generation; dust suppression; construction activities; air emission; refugee settlement; network expansion; stakeholder need; emergency response; local court; socio-economic development; environmental standard; ecosystem service; poverty eradication; equitable distribution; ethical guidelines; in work; rural electricity; animal industry; non-governmental organization; Energy Sector; energy policies; labour contract; institutional framework; cross reference; cultural beliefs; physical environment; community meetings; wealth creation; sustainable utilization; public resource; mitigation potential; land right; land issue; labor practice; aids policy; committee meeting; Cultural Heritage; consultative process; attractive market; gender issue; physical planning; Project Monitoring; compensation awards; reconnaissance survey; stakeholder involvement; water source; landfill site; sediment load; energy company; migratory route; worker camp; wildlife movement; public community; waste segregation; vehicular traffic; resolution mechanism; improved health; monitoring activity; waste recycling; education standard; local committees; industrial consumer; crop value; no harm; negative effect; water flow; gaseous emission; identification process; refugee community; private investor; tourist attraction; grid densification; solar dealer; solar panel; enough space; Public Infrastructure; solar batteries; acquired immunity; health centre; Resource Efficiency; dust emission; chemical use; commercial bank; wood fuel; industrial sector



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Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Uganda Electricity Access Scale-up Project (EASP) - P166685 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.