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Ethiopia - Irrigation and Drainage Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 4) : Resettlement action plan for vol 1/3 : main report (Inglês)

Water impoundment by the irrigation and drainage project for Ethiopia will displace large numbers of people who will lose their property and have to be relocated from their ancestral homes. In Ethiopia, irrigation projects in the past have led to the eviction of pastoral afar from their traditional grazing areas in the Awash Valley, and in the newer schemes, farming people have been or will soon be displaced. Thus, the following resettlement plan will be adopted based on the basic principle that resettlement should be avoided where feasible, or minimized, exploring all possible alternatives for project design. Where resettlement cannot be avoided, it will take place in a way that ensures that displaced persons are effectively consulted and have opportunities to take part in the planning and implementation of the programs. In addition, displaced persons will be assisted and adequately compensated such that their livelihoods and standards of living are improved or at least returned to restore previous levels. This will relate to all people directly affected by the subprojects, due to the involuntary taking of land and other assets. Resettlement compensation will be offered to all displaced persons regardless of the total number affected, the severity of the impact and whether or not they have legal title to the land.


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    Resettlement action plan for vol 1/3 : main report

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