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Nigeria - Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) : Environmental Assessment (Vol. 7) : Environmental and Social Management Plan for Reinstating and Constructing Damaged, Washed Away, and Missing 23 nos. River Crossings on the Rural Road Network in Imo State (Inglês)

The overarching objective of the Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) for Nigeria is to support the improvement of rural access and mobility in the participating States by: (a) providing improved all-weather access road networks in selected and prioritized rural development areas; and (b) supporting the institutional reform in the transport sector in the states to improve management of the state-wide road network. Some of the negative impacts of the project are: erosion observed near bridge between Jambutu and Boggare, embankment to river crossing has been eroded by river run-off path, pot holes from water of last rain and poor drainage conditions, stagnant water along road with waste. Can be potential breeding spot for mosquitoes, and flooding of road due to river crossing between old and new Demsa, road is marshy in some parts, dust, and noise pollution. Mitigation measures include: dust control by application of water, Workers will wear hearing aid protection; ensure most of such work is carried out after gives consideration for nearby schools; health centers etc; ensure all vegetation destroyed is re-instated/re-planted after construction work is completed; develop proper decommissioning procedures that will prevent and avoid damage to vegetation and ecosystem; and educate personnel on strict adherence to decommissioning procedures.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Renteria Lozano,Nigeria

  • Data do documento

    2019/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    SFG1477

  • Nº do volume

    7

  • Total Volume(s)

    7

  • País

    Nigéria,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/06/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental and Social Management Plan for Reinstating and Constructing Damaged, Washed Away, and Missing 23 nos. River Crossings on the Rural Road Network in Imo State

  • Palavras-chave

    international trade in endanger species; Gender-Based Violence; Environmental and Social Impact; river crossing; Occupational health and safety; federal government of nigeria; land use act; capacity building plan; legal and regulatory framework; social and economic development; Environmental and Social Safeguard; convention on climate change; regulation enforcement; community health and safety; site clearing; grievance redress mechanism; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; Resettlement Policy Framework; labour influx; construction and operation; maintenance of road; national environmental; project affected persons; resettlement action plan; intimate partner violence; chain of custody; waste management standards; national institutional framework; national environmental legislation; code of conduct; gender based violence; sustainable poverty reduction; waste management plan; public service provision; surface type; community development associations; Resettlement action plans; loss of vegetation; convention on biodiversity; cost of transportation; cash crop cultivation; fundamental human right; cultural heritage site; Solid Waste Management; machinery and equipment; water quality parameter; acquisition of land; access to asset; severity of impact; child right; killing of animal; risk of transmission; local government authority; protection of child; federal level; water for fish; wet season; civil works; aquatic plant; base camp; aquatic communities; wetland water; oil palm; mitigation measure; Natural Resources; water sample; natural habitat; stakeholder consultation; surface water; monitoring plan; community culture; civil engineering; retaining wall; rural area; environmental matters; approach road; community level; Environmental Assessment; socio-economic survey; air temperature; social group; air samples; engineering design; alternative route; palm tree; construction work; routine inspection; governance system; soil erosion; national policy; minimum requirement; subsequent phase; water pollution; gaseous emission; community participation; biological diversity; sustainable use; heavy duty; migrant population; good health; cultural site; dust emission; community construction; good environmental; waste generation; mitigation cost; socio-economic status; monitoring program; monitoring frequency; population characteristic; adequate representation; random sampling; biophysical data; field study; safeguard approach; safeguard measure; community consultation; public forum; economic empowerment; agricultural input; judicial process; rural population; water distribution; adequate compensation; public consultation; Host Communities; access road; freshwater resource; project operation; soil contamination; transportation infrastructure; sustainable exploitation; environmental study; construction waste; traffic court; wastewater discharge; increased demand; increased security; contractor equipment; Social Conflict; illicit behavior; refuse collectors; community dynamics; Child Labour; child labor; school dropout; local inflation; legal framework; meeting attendance; measured parameters; gray wolf; soil sample; sample collection; sampling location; capacity strengthening; sample preservation; external monitoring; baseline survey; primary data; annex annex; soil quality; carbon monoxide; baseline information; biophysical environment; social condition; social screening; chemical additive; pavement layer; road verge; environmental barrier; regulatory enforcement; reporting procedure; palm oil; concrete slab; cultural inhibitions; culvert crossing; river water; sand mining; social issue; chemical analysis; temperature range; monitoring activity; farmer income; record keeping; noise pollution; total nitrogen; aquatic life; technical committee; court resolution; hydrogen sulphide; response time; stakeholder engagement; nitrogen dioxide; sulphur dioxide; carbon dioxide; criminal code; ozone layer; montreal protocol; international guidelines

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