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Yemen - Emergency Crisis Response Project : Environmental Assessment : إطار عمل الإدارة البيئية والاجتماعية (Árabe)

The development objective of the Emergency Crisis Response Project for Yemen is to provide short-term employment and access to selected basic services to the most vulnerable; preserve existing implementation capacity of service delivery programs; and provide emergency cash transfers to the poor and vulnerable in response to the food crisis. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) use dust control measures onsite, such as water spraying for dust suppression; (2) cover lorries transporting friable construction materials and spoil; (3) provide adequate protective wear for workers, and equipment must be maintained regularly to avoid any emissions; (4) regular inspection and examinations for impacts and address them through maintenance replacement of materials spoiled; (5) for handling and occupational health applying strict protection regulation for occupational health measurements is critical and a site-specific management plan is required-including all operational stages from handling, washing, classification, freezing, backing up to loading and distribution to consumption; (6) maintain records and procedures for equipment maintenance, handling, and storage of liquid fuels and chemicals; lab regular testing for ground and surface water; (7) encourage drying mechanisms to avoid stagnant water; (8) frequently inspect the cistern for leakage and the houses for expected damages from leakages; and (9) avoid creating congested and unsafe road conditions at intersections, and in villages and towns.

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  • Autor

    Yemen

  • Data do documento

    2019/03/29

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    SFG5353

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    9

  • País

    Yemen, Iêmen República do

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/04/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    إطار عمل الإدارة البيئية والاجتماعية

  • Palavras-chave

    united nations framework convention on climate change; ozone layer depletion and climate change; minimum age for admission to employment; access to clean drinking water; social and environmental; Environmental and Social Impact; Occupational health and safety; access to basic service; Environmental and Social Safeguard; project design and implementation; international human rights treaty; health and safety risk; management of water resource; Economic and Social Plan; conservation of natural resources; Public and Private Institution; environmental resource management; integrated water resources management; sustainable natural resource management; Social and Environmental Assessment; grievance redress mechanism; local private sector; natural resource base; protection of human; social service intervention; gross domestic product; law and regulation; standard operating procedure; village access road; consultations with stakeholders; labor intensive work; displacement and resettlement; Poverty & Inequality; risk management approach; natural resource conservation; transfer of water; climate change mitigation; international environmental agreement; global environmental issue; control over resources; access to information; payment of salary; operations and maintenance; national water plan; human rights obligation; Rule of Law; environmental protection law; host country regulation; environmental assessment process; essential social services; economic development plan; flora and fauna; quality of environment; regulation of groundwater; climate change impact; average total cost; civil society group; temporary employment opportunities; potentials for community; national service delivery; alleviation of poverty; level of capacity; cash for work; drip irrigation system; safety net approach; significant adverse impact; loss of biodiversity; land use change; Internally Displaced Person; waste management problem; waste management facilities; adequate health care; basic food commodity; fresh water resource; sustainable resource management; stakeholder engagement; Cultural Heritage

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