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Gambia, The - Third Education Project : resettlement policy framework (Inglês)

The objective of the Third Education Project for Gambia is to provide a legal framework and a screening process for future education investment activities. Negative measures include: loss of land, loss of housing or commercial business, loss of economic resources or employment, marginalization of the population concerned, a degration of health standards or increased morbidity, loss of access to natural resources, disarticulation or disturbance of way of life of affected population, and food shortages. Mitigation measures include: a) reallocate land equivalent if not better than their land re-possessed; b) intensification of the methods of production and diversification of their produce or revenue generating activities outside their lands; c) use of the resources created by the project to improve productivity; and d) the creation of ad-hoc committees responsible for problems of resettlement or losses of assets or access is recommended.


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    Gambia, The - Third Education Project : resettlement policy framework

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