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Nepal - Rural Access Improvement and Decentralization Project : resettlement plan : Remedial action plan for the project affected people (Inglês)

The Rural Access Improvement and Decentralization Project for Nepal aims to improve the existing rural roads, construct trail bridges and support for community infrastructure development to enhance the access of rural population to social services and economic opportunities. The project roads affected 955 households with damage to or loss of their residential structures. In addition, 16 individuals have lost their source of income/livelihood and 57 individuals have suffered minor structure losses or damages. Some of the people who lost their structures above 25 per cent have also repaired their structures although there are some expectations. The people who have fully lost their residential structures have already been resettled in nearby localities by the District Development Committee (DDCs). However, some of the women headed households and poor people who were affected by damages above 25 per cent have expectations from the project for compensation. The individuals who have lost tea shops, Ghatta (indigenous water mill) and Ghumti shop (mobile shop) and whose minor assets/structures were damaged or displaced such as tube well, compound wall and cow shed are satisfied with the road and have already re-established and repaired their assets/structures. To provide relief to these people, it is proposed to provide some cash assistance to offset the expenses already incurred by these people to undertake repair or reconstruction of their affected structures.


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    Remedial action plan for the project affected people

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    rural access improvement and decentralization;Environment and Social Management Framework;land holding size;loss of livelihood;extent of loss;Indigenous Peoples;rural road improvement;loss of land;loss of income;women headed household;distribution of land;price of land;ownership of land;village development committee;arrangements for payments;cost of repair;agriculture and livestock;social service centers;road improvement works;rural transport infrastructure;fair weather road;rural transportation infrastructure;impact of land;source income;source of income;remedial measure;residential structures;land acquisition;remedial action;mitigation measure;dry season;land owner;land transfer;cash assistance;affected households;average cost;project impact;land use;corrective action;income source;private property;improved livelihood;nepali language;damaged house;productive asset;increased opportunity;rural context;public place;legal recourse;take time;income earning;land right;transfer process;incentive cost;cow shed;indigenous water;household affect;sustainable income;construction work;social mobilization;information gap;marginal impact;trail bridge;vulnerable group;marginal farmer;project road;rural community;vulnerable communities;natural habitat;legal provision;infrastructure facility;rural population;productive land;significant loss;road section;road width;health post;cadastral survey;rural area;



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