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Thailand - Expanding Community Approaches in Conflict Situations in Southern Thailand Project : environmental assessment (Inglês)

The objective of the Expanding Community Approaches in Conflict Situations in Southern Thailand Project is to contribute to confidence-building between communities and sub-district authorities in Southern Thailand through participatory local development approaches in six sub-districts, and through capacity building of selected local government officials as well as selected civil society networks and organizations. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: a) maximum participation of all stakeholders in the environmental assessment and compliance monitoring is encouraged; b) complementation with other projects of the government especially in environmental protection and institutional strengthening should be pursued; c) periodic project progress reports should also contain the status of compliance with environmental conditionality; d) all project staff, facilitators, consultants are oriented and trained in the various environmental and social safeguard procedures; and e) all project staff, facilitators, and consultants work closely with local government units in charge of local regulations, environment and social issues to ensure that the project comply with government regulations and have no adverse environmental and social impacts.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2013/09/20

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E4294

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Tailândia,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2013/09/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Thailand - Expanding Community Approaches in Conflict Situations in Southern Thailand Project : environmental assessment

  • Palavras-chave

    Environment and Social Management Framework;Environmental and Social Impact;Occupational health and safety;Environmental and Social Safeguard;loss of wildlife habitat;Demand for Good Governance;local government official;civil society network;risk of accident;small scale infrastructure;adverse environmental impact;implementation of mitigation;loss of income;drainage of water;places of worship;construction and operation;drinking water supply;awareness raising activity;local government agency;child care center;incidence of disease;contract for work;social and environmental;water abstraction point;income generating activity;mitigation measure;construction work;social issue;cultural value;domestic work;subproject proposal;indigenous people;Indigenous Peoples;social cohesion;beneficiary assessment;archaeological site;government land;natural flow;construction activities;cultural property;social screening;environmental risk;basic infrastructure;subproject implementation;Social Protection;information dissemination;Ethnic Minorities;water resource;financing activities;protected area;Environmental Assessment;lessons learnt;safeguard issue;participatory local;gender need;safeguard screen;physical resources;government regulation;safeguard policy;local regulation;government units;social concern;approval process;development partner;institutional strengthening;interested stakeholders;south-south learning;fiduciary capacity;water quality;Safeguard Policies;environmental conditionality;operational guidance;retaining structure;undue harm;administrative staff;organic fertilizer;grievance mechanism;participatory approach;open well;participatory assessment;historical building;construction permit;regular monitoring;participatory measure;breeding area;natural habitat;project costing;project selection;unauthorized access;drainage system;safety hazard;environmental screening;positive impact;biological resource;project operation;replacement value;international travel;guiding principles;forestry operation;resettlement benefits;social cost;participatory method;fishing boat;cultural characteristics;concrete mix;dangerous material;policy requirement;motor bike;excess nutrient;water availability;flood regime;logistical support;water logging;participatory community;block grant;toxic compound;domestic law;ancillary activities;management cost;buffer zone;social accountability;community meetings;environmental safeguard;safeguard specialist;private asset;improper disposal;production area;public water;inadequate drainage;building design;ethnic group;safeguard measure;erosion protection;property damage;affected communities;dust generation;aquatic ecosystem;grant proposal;community level;construction site;land acquisition;water bodies;accidental spillage;regime change;asset loss;participatory planning;community center;local population;social group;youth network;ethnic background;vulnerable group;voting process;agricultural land;involuntary resettlement;water course;Coral Reef;building material;access path;light vehicle;raise awareness;crop damage;construction material;income stream;land take;community approach;road surfacing;village meeting;small-scale infrastructure;

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