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Cambodia - Second Road Assets Management Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Abbreviated resettlement action plan for (package 2, 3, and 4: national road no. 7 from Km 136+000 at Thnol Totoeung to Km 300+000 at Kratie) (Inglês)

The Second Road Assets Management Project (RAMP-II) will support the scaling up of the original RAMP project’s achievements to ensure continued effective use of the rehabilitated national (NR) and provincial road (PR) network in support of the economic development in Cambodia. The RAMP-II will improve the climate resilience and longevity of about 218 km of National Roads 3 and 7 through the strengthening, repair and maintenance (through three-year performance based maintenance contracts) of road surfaces, and installation of about 90 km of side-drainage in flood prone areas along the roads. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: Community members have the right to make a contribution of their land or other assets, without seeking or being given compensation. This can often be justified because the road rehabilitation will either increase the value of the remaining property or provide some other direct benefit to the affected people. Voluntary contribution is an act of informed consent. Implementing agencies must assure that voluntary contributions are made with the prior knowledge on the part of the person who will donate assets that other options are available, and are obtained without coercion or duress. In addition to labor assistance for removal and reparation of structure the two vulnerable AHs will receive special assistance for the disruption of her business during construction. Since they will loss income resulted from business disruption the special assistance will be given in the form of living allowance. Thus, each vulnerable AH will receive a living allowance of 20kg rice per 5 persons per month for one month (or equivalent to $50 in cash). During construction, landless AHs will receive assistance for shifting back her stall. During the consultation, consensus and agreement was reached with the two vulnerable AHs on this package of compensation and support to be provided for them by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT).


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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Abbreviated resettlement action plan for (package 2, 3, and 4: national road no. 7 from Km 136+000 at Thnol Totoeung to Km 300+000 at Kratie)

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    steel roofs; degree and type; Provincial Department of Public Works; drainage; civil works; Environmental and Social Impact; performance based maintenance contracts; market value of land; road right of way; Environmental and Social Safeguard; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; acquisition of land; performance based contract; source income; flood prone area; source of income; adverse social impact; resettlement action plan; income earner; payment of compensation; flow of fund; repair and maintenance; physical cultural property; voluntary contribution; standard of living; acquisition of asset; economic impact assessment; improved transport infrastructure; labor and materials; dispute resolution mechanism; place of work; road maintenance program; possession of land; short term impact; cost of transport; court of law; road asset management; public information campaign; ethnic minority representative



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