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Vietnam - Rural Distribution Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 26) : Feasibility study : Binh Duong Province (Inglês)

The development objective of the Rural Distribution Project for Vietnam focuses on rehabilitating and increasing the capacity of existing distribution lines and substations and standardizing them to enable them to meet the growing demand more efficiently, provide better quality and quantity of electric power for productive uses, and reduce power system losses. The resettlement plan (RP) evaluated the impact on project affected peoples (PAPs). In this regard, the following mitigation measures will be applied : acquisition of land and other assets, and resettlement of people will be minimized as much as possible; all PAPs residing, working, doing business, or cultivating land in the right of way (ROW) of transmission lines, surrounding areas of tower foundations, substation areas, or service roads will be provided with rehabilitation measures to assist them to improve or at least maintain their pre-project living standards, income earning capacity, and production levels; displaced peoples (DPs) raising complaints and grievances will be treated fairly and guided by the related agencies with procedures and formalities for lodging their complaints; the previous level of community services and resources will be maintained or improved; and finally, supervision, monitoring, and evaluation of the RP implementation will be carried out effectively and timely.


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    No. 1 Power Construction Consultancy Co. Ltd., PC2 Power Engineering and Consulting Center

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    Plano de reassentamento

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    67 (Ver todos os volumes)

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Feasibility study : Binh Duong Province

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