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Western Africa - Agricultural Transformation Project : resettlement plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement policy framework for Sierra Leone (Inglés)

The development objective of the Agricultural Transformation Project for Western Africa was to contribute to agricultural productivity increase in the participating countries’ top commodity sub‐ sectors that are aligned with regional priorities. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: wherever inhabited dwellings may potentially be affected by a subproject, an alternative site or land will be sought or the activity/sub-project shall be redesigned to avoid any impact on such dwellings; wherever the impact to the participating farmer with regard to land take for demonstration or test plots is significant, an alternative land or site will be sought; minimization of land impact will be factored into site/demonstration farms and technology selection. Demonstration farms and or project facilities will be located on lands with no structures; infrastructure required by the project will be sited on government lands which has not been encroached or private lands which the owner is willing to use to participate under the program without compulsion; people occupying project-affected land at the cut-off date are eligible to project resettlement policy, which includes both those who have legal rights to land, including customarily recognized rights, and occupants who have no legal right to the land they are occupying. In practice, this means that people usually considered in Ghana as ‘squatters’ will be entitled to project assistance if they are present on site at the cut-off date; compensation will be determined at full replacement cost, plus any other supplementary assistance where necessary (e.g. disturbance allowance, livelihood assistance, transportation allowance etc); and compensation will be paid either in cash or in-kind; and Any cash compensation payment will be made prior to displacement, destruction or removal of affected property or PAP. In-kind compensation payment will be agreed upon and signed off before development of the land or removal of the affected property.

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  • Fecha del documento

    2018/05/01

  • Tipo de documento

    Plan de reasentamiento

  • Número del informe

    SFG4365

  • Volumen

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    4

  • País

    Western Africa,

  • Región

    África,

  • Fecha de divulgación

    2018/05/17

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nom. del doc.

    Resettlement policy framework for Sierra Leone

  • Palabras clave

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