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Brazil - Rio de Janeiro Sustainable Rural Development Project : resettlement policy framework : Marco conceitual da política de reassentamento involuntário (Português)

The aim of the Rio de Janeiro Sustainable Rural Development Project is to increase small-scale farming productivity and competitiveness in specific territories of the State of Rio de Janeiro through the promotion of environmentally-sustainable practices and socioeconomic improvements in farming communities. The project will not cause physical resettlement nor nonphysical displacement. However, there is a question with respect to potential compensation issues with respect to activities under Subcomponent 1.2 which would improve tertiary roads by preventing the generation of erosive run-off onto farmers' fields, enhance overall road accessibility to small farming communities, and lower operation and maintenance costs.


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    Plano de reassentamento

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    América Latina e Caribe,

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    Marco conceitual da política de reassentamento involuntário

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