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Afghanistan - Third National Solidarity Program Project : environmental and social management framework : annex C (Inglês)

The development objective of the Third National Solidarity Program Project for Afghanistan is to build, strengthen, and maintain community development councils (CDCs) as effective institutions for local governance and social-economic development. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) maintain flow required for downstream uses (drinking, other domestic, industry, hydropower, etc.); (2) ensure sufficient channel section is available for flow during construction; (3) careful construction with a view to limit change to stream morphology and regime change to the minimum; (4) use of some material from dredging for liming of nearby acidic soils; (5) encourage alternative cropping techniques to avoid monocultures which are more dependent on pesticides for high yields; (6) avoid noise generating activities during particular periods - times of prayers, school hours, etc.; and (7) provide adequate signage’s and speed control within settlements.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2015/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E4846

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Afeganistão,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2015/11/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Afghanistan - Third National Solidarity Program Project : environmental and social management framework : annex C

  • Palavras-chave

    irrigation and watershed management;degradation of critical natural habitats;Environmental and Social Impact;degradation of natural resource;protection of cultural property;Social and Environmental Management;extraction of ground water;Land and Water Resources;project affected persons;drainage of water;operation of dams;emergency reconstruction operation;repair and maintenance;construction and operation;energy and water;codes of practice;compliance with law;traffic management plan;provision of drainage;provision for drainage;Integrated Pest Management;risk of accident;risk of damage;income generating activity;water abstraction point;works of art;right to compensation;water resource assessment;implementation of mitigation;resettlement of people;payment of salary;local community representatives;compensation at replacement;claim for compensation;rights of way;acquisition of land;ground water table;extraction of groundwater;adverse environmental impact;loss of livelihood;owners of assets;Type of Investment;water supply network;expansion of access;law and legislation;cultural artifact;government land;social group;construction activities;construction material;productive asset;land acquisition;mitigation measure;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;regime change;community level;hand pump;legal right;irrigation well;community meetings;subproject proposal;construction equipment;archaeological artifact;Social Assessment;protective mask;safety plan;burial site;asset acquisition;archaeological site;adequate signage;community construction;social condition;voluntary contribution;sound design;acidic soil;male population;contingency plan;cultural site;water point;contractual agreement;employment opportunities;positive impact;engineering design;regional balance;employment opportunity;gender equity;applicable law;cumulative effect;professional competence;social outcome;lessons learnt;effective application;female population;noise barrier;dust generation;safety instruction;irrigation method;cropping pattern;extra water;water bodies;health authorities;early warning;tree plantation;supply water;official gazette;Cultural Heritage;raise awareness;universal value;inadequate drainage;toilet facility;agricultural land;dust control;emission control;ancillary activities;construction area;road closure;speed control;water user;water course;alternative crop;subproject approval;direct discharge;exposed surfaces;written permission;fertile land;accidental spillage;community hall;construction stage;rural transportation infrastructure;school activity;replacement cost;distribution network;irrigation network;drainage channel;land management;irrigation system;common land;traditional rights;customary law;habitat improvement;replacement land;cash compensation;consultation process;crop production;productive land;catchment area;Land tenure;school function;medical waste;wildlife sanctuary;ceramic tile;political campaign;health clinics;wildlife reserve;environmental review;social safeguard;construction phase;participatory monitoring;monitoring plan;small-scale infrastructure;management capacity;early identification;rigorous analysis;national legislation;management framework;food preparation;social issue;vegetative protection;community center;power line;private property;natural vegetation;pollution control;living standard;income earning;production capacity;special situation;participatory planning;internal monitoring;corrective action;environmental degradation;civil society;civil works;screening procedure;output monitoring;external monitoring;institutional framework;capacity constraint;rural community;retaining structure;provincial branch;open well;dug well;erosion protection;wastewater collection;local population;cultural monument;hard hats;Urban Infrastructure;cultural resource;cultural value;natural site;religious significance;soil conditioner;satisfactory manner;

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