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Nigeria - Staple Crop Processing Zones Support Project : restructuring : Resettlement policy framework (Inglês)

The objective of the Staple Crop Processing Zones Support Project for Nigeria is to increase market linkages for farmers and strengthen the institutional framework for inclusive public and private investment in selected agribusiness clusters. Negative impacts include: loss of shelter, loss of land acquisition, loss of asset, loss of housing structure, loss of income, and loss of livelihood. Mitigation measures include: offer displaced persons choices among feasible resettlement options, including adequate replacement housing or cash compensation where appropriate; provide relocation assistance suited to the needs of each group of displaced persons, with particular attention paid to the needs of the poor and the vulnerable; make alternative housing and/or cash compensation available prior to relocation; build new resettlement sites for displaced persons with improved living conditions; and ensuring that infrastructure for the investment such as road reconstruction, gas pipeline, electricity be routed on the existing right of way as much as reasonably feasible.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2014/12/12

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de reassentamento

  • No. do relatório

    RP1795

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Nigéria,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2015/04/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Resettlement policy framework

  • Palavras-chave

    high rate of population growth;Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment;Environmental and Social Safeguard;resettlement action plan;Resettlement Policy Framework;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;land owner;external monitoring and evaluation;Information and Data Management;transport and logistics services;capacity building of community;Cost of Doing Business;market value of land;grievance redress mechanism;water supply system;access to land;involuntary resettlement;project affected persons;loss of income;access to asset;replacement cost;grain storage facility;small scale farmer;loss of land;panel of expert;method of valuation;transfer of property;strategic environmental assessment;conflict resolution system;food import bill;economies of scale;natural resource base;rights to land;provision of heat;infrastructure and services;Sustainable Economic Development;security of tenure;national food security;access to technology;small scale infrastructure;common land;vocational training centre;cost of land;data collection effort;demand for import;potable water supply;water infrastructure investment;cost of remediation;international good practice;small scale irrigation;acquisition of land;social infrastructure development;water supply network;loss of asset;dispute resolution procedure;food crop;payment of tax;compensation for land;consultation of stakeholders;Gas Pipeline;Public Infrastructure;catchment area;adequate housing;resettlement assistance;transaction cost;agricultural land;land use;private investment;land management;land area;moveable asset;land allocation;transfer tax;stakeholder engagement;residential purpose;matching grant;internal monitoring;valuation method;eligibility criterion;private investor;rural area;grievance mechanism;fruit tree;counterpart funding;management procedure;vulnerability assessment;lessons learnt;local farmer;gap analysis;legal recognition;site planning;shared growth;agricultural productivity;basic infrastructure;informed choice;water treatment;anchor investor;productive activity;vulnerable person;cash compensation;fallow land;safeguard study;distribution network;legal right;small dam;international standard;global market;international requirement;international guidelines;federal level;Natural Resources;marketing infrastructure;Power Generation;enabling environment;kwara state;project operation;road improvement;farm settlement;management capability;farmer association;farm production;skill development;agribusiness service;afforestation activities;reservoir capacity;crop management;farmers group;land mass;business partnership;pumping station;extension service;gas pressure;compensation court;national income;utility service;Road Networks;farming population;potential danger;basic food;resettlement process;local production;domestic unemployment;shared infrastructure;benefit sharing;land clearing;resettlement implementation;market compensation;community compensation;land compensation;minimum requirement;eligible beneficiary;management structure;migrant worker;productivity growth;program consisting;improving competitiveness;food production;business person;forest material;selection criterion;staff salary;annual budget;procurement activities;water bodies;drainage system;natural property;national policy;competitive cost;grazing land;Population Density;local conflict;cloth weaving;factory location;resettlement resettlement;income opportunity;ICT Innovation;Cultural Heritage;construction phase;equipment rental;input supply;community base;water requirement;management capacity;water investment;supply chain;initial investment;registration fee;agricultural labourers;vulnerable group;stakeholder identification;Mental disabilities;social status;grievance management;asset inventory;valuation study;compensation payment;cash allowances;community issues;monitoring responsibility;stamp duty;right holder;individual household;replacement value;restoration program;economic rehabilitation;communal land;agricultural assistance

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