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Liberia - Emergency Infrastructure Project : resettlement plan : Resettlement action plan : draft report (Inglês)

The Liberia Emergency Infrastructure Project will, on an emergency basis, assist the Government to reconstruct parts of the country's devastated infrastructure. The emergency works cover a network of roads that can be divided into two sections: the Monrovia to Buchanan (MB) corridor, and the Gate 15 to Guinea Border (GG) corridor. Some of the negative impacts of the project are: (a) the involuntary taking of land resulting in: relocation or loss of shelter; loss of assets or access to assets; or loss of income sources or means of livelihood, whether or not the affected persons must move to another location, (b) the involuntary restriction of access to legally designated parks and protected areas resulting in adverse impacts on the livelihoods of the displaced persons. Mitigation measures of the project are: replacement or cash compensation for lost assets and structure; restoration of income streams/livelihoods; relocation allowance; infrastructure repair and relocation; housing reconstruction, if applicable; land reinstatement and restoration; and enterprise relocation, compensation and its adequacy.


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    Resettlement action plan : draft report

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