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South Sudan - Emergency Food and Nutrition Security Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental and Social Management Plan (English)

The development objectives of Emergency Food and Nutrition Security Project are: (a) to provide food and nutrition support for the protection of lives and human capital of eligible beneficiaries; and (b) to help farmers re-engage in agricultural production in selected drought-affected areas in South Sudan. Some of the negative impacts include: (i) loss of vegetation cover; (ii) increased soil erosion and sedimentation; (iii) soil nutrient loss; (iv) pollution from agro-processing; (v) loss of vegetation cover, impaired catchment function; (vi) reduced agro- biodiversity value; (vii) irreparable damage to and or loss of physical cultural resources; (viii) food insecurity at house hold level and Poverty; (ix) poor adoption of agriculture technology; (x) blockage of pipes or drainage channels; (xi) loss of man hours due injuries and infections caused by farm work; and (xii) sharing of tasks and failure to separate women roles from men’s tasks. Some of the mitigation measures include: (i) conversion of land to agriculture; (ii) water catchments protection; (iii) slashing, digging and desilting drainage channels; (iv) conflict for food or water other resources between livestock, wildlife and humans; (v) planting deep rooted trees Agro forestry practices; (vi) use recommended organic and inorganic fertilizers for soil improvement; (viii) subsidy on farm inputs by the government; (ix) gender mainstreaming through training; (x) no dumping in wetland; (xi) enforce social norms; and (xii) adherence to ethical code of conduct and sensitization.

Details

  • Author

    South Sudan

  • Document Date

    2017/09/01

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    SFG5237

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    South Sudan,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/03/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Environmental and Social Management Plan

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Safeguard; Environmental and Social Management Plan; Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan; Environment and Social Management Plan; Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Environmental and Social Management Framework; Occupational health and safety; Food and Nutrition Security; Soil and Water Conservation; food and agriculture organisation; loss of vegetation; crop and livestock; soil nutrient loss; Solid Waste Management; lack of knowledge; implementation of mitigation; vegetation for fuel; recovery of livelihood; lack of credit; grievance redress mechanism; adverse environmental impact; resettlement action plan; loss of biodiversity; Indigenous People Plan; land use change; significant adverse impact; loss of habitat; conversion of land; lack of control; risk of death; Integrated Pest Management; mitigation measure; soil erosion; participatory method; Technology Transfer; charcoal burning; farm input; crop diversification; sexual harassment; agriculture technology; appeals committee; contractual issue; drainage channel; benefit sharing; spill response; local resident; aquatic habitat; illegal hunting; gully formation; crop raiding; soil contamination; social obligation; conservation agriculture; resolution mechanism; wildlife species; wildlife population; raw material; Social Conflict; productive resource; pollution control; inorganic fertilizer; excess water; ecological zone; water catchment; genetic material; cultural objects; construction activities; cultural resource; catchment function; community authority; food insecurity; protected area; tree species; biodiversity value; poor farming; fuel wood; ground water; soil improvement; human error; farming population; social concern; ethical code; physical assault; medical bill; continuous sensitization; project operation; extreme poverty; human capital; eligible beneficiary; community sensitization; agricultural production; gender issue; fill material; affected persons; community level; aggrieved person; emergency food; Contractual obligations; local ngo; social requirement; contract completion; contract activity; price response; global food; environmental concern; radio tv; technology service; gender mainstreaming; gender bias; production resource; Agricultural Technology; effective capacity; emergency support; farm level; farming practice; environmental requirement; water quality; waste minimization; responsible person; environmental monitoring; safeguard issue; livelihood insecurity; outreach activity; recipient communities; limited resources; corrective action

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South Sudan - Emergency Food and Nutrition Security Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental and Social Management Plan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/996911552298629067/Environmental-and-Social-Management-Plan