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Georgia - East-West Highway Improvement Project : resettlement policy framework (Vol. 2) : Tbilisi - Senaki - Leselidze auto road section Agaiani - Igoeti E43 and E55 (Inglês)

The construction of the road and other associated permanent and temporary facilities in Georgia will require an acquisition of approximately 153 hectares of land along the road corridor. This resettlement policy framework for the Georgia East-West Highway Improvement Project pertains to the Agaiani-Sveneti portion of the highway. The improvement of the Agaiani-Sveneti section will not require a large-scale expropriation of private land and with the exception of the by-pass at Igoeti. The project is committed to minimizing the involuntary resettlement or physical displacement of people. The inventory process in this report is needed to indicate that this is being achieved. A small proportion of project-affected populations and 27.8 hectares of private lands will be interrupted during road construction. Losses in income and livelihood caused by the project might be mitigated both through cash compensation and through activities financed by a special fund. The temporary economic dislocation of project-affected populations will be minimized. At the stage of detail design the studies should be conducted to tailor the mitigation measures to the vulnerabilities of affected populations. This report provides guidance on the measures required for ensuring consistency with involuntary assessment and land acquisition procedures, as well as information on the responsible bodies involved in this process. It establishes conceptual framework for the preparation on involuntary resettlement in relation to the specific period.

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