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Cambodia - Greater Mekong Subregion - Power Trade Phase 1 Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Resettlement action plan for Saravanh Province (Inglês)

This resettlement action plan for the Greater Mekong Subregion Power Trade Project for Cambodia 1) identifies design, construction, and maintenance measures to avoid or mitigate potential adverse impacts, to be incorporated into the final design; 2) identifies the people affected by the transmission lines and substation sites, and losses incurred to physical and non-physical assets affected, including homes, homesteads, productive lands, commercial properties, tenancy, income-earning opportunities, social and cultural activities and relationships, and other losses; and 3) aims to assist affected people in developing their social and economic potential in order to improve or at least restore their incomes and living standards to pre-project levels. The project encompasses 43 villages in 10 communes, two districts, and six villages in 1 commune. There is not much agricultural land within the proposed alignments. When necessary to construct transmission lines across agricultural land, the land on which the tower is to be built will be permanently acquired. Compensation will be provided to affected persons whose land is acquired to build towers. Trees will be either removed or periodically prunes to provide needed line clearance, while minor pruning will be required for insulated distribution lines. The SWER alignment will avoid palm trees (primarily sugar palms) in preference to trees grown for wood and smaller fruit trees as many of these trees can be pruned to provide the necessary line clearance without killing trees. Although all land belongs to the State under the Land Law, private property rights regarding possession, use of land and rights of inheritance are recognized by this Law. Under the National Constitution of 1993, the right of private land ownership is recognized and land expropriation is prohibited, except in the national interest and with payment of just and fair compensation.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Cambodia

  • Data do documento

    2006/05/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de reassentamento

  • No. do relatório

    RP450

  • Nº do volume

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Mekong,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Resettlement action plan for Saravanh Province

  • Palavras-chave

    affected villages;source income;source of income;payment need;access to safe drinking water;paddy rice cultivation;educational level;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;market value of land;transmission line;maternal and child health;life expectancy at birth;ethnic group;infrastructure and facilities;rice paddy field;field survey;Resettlement Policy Framework;place of work;standard of living;income generating activity;slash and burn;population and demographics;Cash Income;resettlement action plan;acquisition of asset;grievance redress mechanism;basic human need;field work activity;production of rice;residence or habitat;security and development;comments and feedback;cultivation of rice;agriculture and forestry;incidence of poverty;patterns of participation;decline in productivity;small scale industry;supervision and guidance;loss of asset;cost of labor;source of energy;consumption of fuel;ethnic minority groups;income generation activities;Access to Education;amount of land;flora and fauna;social and environmental;loss of life;payment of compensation;distribution of population;severity of impact;vegetable and fruit;lack of water;labour force;dry season;remote area;site survey;shifting cultivation;construction work;educational achievement;replacement cost;power station;main road;cash crop;Ethnic Minorities;rural village;Population Density;rural area;transfer tax;agricultural land;rainy season;agricultural production;population distribution;village head;upland area;agricultural activity;main river;involuntary resettlement;fruit tree;land use;agricultural practice;national language;secondary sources;wild meat;irrigation system;traditional pattern;displaced person;affected households;degraded forests;animal raising;land occupation;wild fruits;heritage site;bamboo shoot;government representative;geographic region;fighting poverty;elderly household;dangerous disease;commercial activity;aerial bombing;town center;unexploded ordnance;reasonable time;landlocked country;commercial facilities;regional distribution;road intersection;dried fish;central regions;fishing activity;public meeting;local market;subsistence household;traditional medicine;broom grass;handicraft production;house construction;subsistence need;indigenous minorities;resettlement implementation;rice field;dietary fiber;land loss;industrial activity;traditional handicrafts;household fall;household use;spoken language;household head;crop area;upland rice;Capture Fishery;rice mill;Livestock Production;remote village;educational condition;valley area;high diversity;settlement pattern;human suffering;ground surface;individual household;jet bombers;literacy achievement;socioeconomic development;affected districts;energy resource;small stream;mountain slope;linguistic diversity;fish habitat;forest clearing;unemployment rate;census data;electricity law;minimal impact;district authority;vegetable garden;compensation requirement;primary data;legal framework;regulatory requirement;Headquarter Offices;export earnings;pumping water;resettlement monitoring;internal monitoring;annex annex;institutional set-up;electricity development;mountain area;social structure;tree plantation;national population;small villages;double cropping;sugar cane;Animal Husbandry;hydropower potential;economic sector;classification standard;rural population;study area;small holder;government's commitment;development target;household consumption;transmission right;beneficial impact;entitlements policy;social analysis;secondary data;resettlement activities;endangered wildlife;protected area;affected persons;income restoration;income substitution;relocation support;grid extension;substantial household;recreational value;living standard;Irrigated Agriculture;land usage;grazing land;Fixed Assets;productive asset;consultation process;wildlife resource;business premise;productive potential;improved public;infrastructure facility;market price;construction site;cultural conditions;vulnerable group;building material

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