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India - Second Gujarat State Highway Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 4) : Resettlement action plan for Dhansura-Meghraj corridor (Inglês)

The objective of the Second Gujarat State Highway Project for India is to improve the efficiency and safety of the core state highway network and strengthen institutional effectiveness towards improved service delivery and financing strategies. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: i) compensation for residual unviable land parcels will be provided to those affected persons who are eligible and opting for the same; ii) compensation for loss of structures, other assets will be provided at replacement cost and will be paid before physical displacement from the occupied or affected area; iii) assistance will be provided to those affected persons who lose their livelihood due to the acquisition carried out as part of the project; iv) cut-off date for titleholders will be the date of publication of notification under section 4(1) of land acquisition act, 1894. For non-titleholders, the date of project census survey or a similar designated date declared by project authority will be considered as cut-off date; v) the households and land owners who are absent during the time of census survey will be entitled for assistance and budget provisions will include them also. However, people moving to the Corridor of Impact (CoI) after the cut-off date will not be entitled for any compensation or assistance; and vi) loss of common property resources will be compensated and reconstructed at project cost. Enhancement measures also will be provided for community assets located alongside the project corridor in consultation with the community.


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    Resettlement action plan for Dhansura-Meghraj corridor

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    environmental and social management;aids prevention plan;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;impact on forest resources;loss of customary right;workforce participation;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;replacement cost;affected persons;standard of living;acquisition of land;agricultural land;grievance redress mechanism;payment of compensation;project affected persons;community asset;corridor of impact;construction of road;resettlement and rehabilitation;income generating activity;core road network;loss of asset;consumer price index;loss of land;availability of water;place of residence;replacement of water;compensation at replacement;roadside rest area;annual inflation rate;cost of training;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;compensation for land;lack of evidence;resolution of dispute;social and environmental;settlement of dispute;public information campaign;provision of road;land parcel;irrigated land;private property;land owner;public consultation;vulnerable group;perennial crop;transition period;mitigation measure;cultural property;corrective measure;religious structure;hand pump;community consultation;social impact;loan appraisal;road safety;tree plantation;living standard;private land;traditional rights;forest land;resettlement plan;alternative livelihood;lump sum;land cost;involuntary resettlement;special provision;project costing;budget provision;law relate;minimal impact;plant species;village communities;government functionary;external monitoring;road improvement;land use;residential structures;stakeholder consultation;road development;resettlement impacts;rural area;skill development;forest dweller;safety measure;settlement period;monitoring indicator;internal monitoring;industrial structure;marginal farmer;project road;project intervention;unmarried daughters;water tap;social safeguard;social aspect;affected population;income generation;railway line;pedestrian crossing;warning signs;immovable asset;subsistence allowance;construction activities;income source;resettlement activities;stamp duty;effective monitoring;income profile;open market;real value;monetary compensation;cattle shed;agricultural wage;age distribution;small trader;rural artisan;household size;public building;Property title;vulnerable person;government land;minor children;small farmer;core principle;hard shoulder;productive use;prevention campaign;resettlement budget;physically challenged;rehabilitation assistance;informed choice;resource base;socio-economic survey;civil works;non-governmental organization;lane facility;project impact;household impact;housing scheme;special protection;asset loss;land transaction;cash compensation;



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