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Brazil - Pernambuco Sustainable Water Project : resettlement policy framework : Marco conceitual da política de reassentamento (Portugués)

The development objective of the Pernambuco Sustainable Water Project (PSH-PE) for Brazil is to improve sustainable water supply and sanitation services in the Capibaribe river basin and in the Metropolitan Region of Recife (MRR), both in appropriate quality and quantity. The project will support the Government of Pernambuco goal of achieving sustainable economic growth and social development, for which a reliable and efficient management of water resources, adequate irrigation, water supply and sanitation services provision are critical. The resettlement framework covers the following content: (i) characteristics, objectives, and rationale of developments associated to the need for displacement; (ii) foundations and guidelines of the service policy; (iii) criteria for eligibility; (iv) legal framework; (v) institutional arrangements for resettlement; (vi) mechanisms for serving communities and public consultations; (vii) costs and timeframes; (viii) proposal for ex-post monitoring and evaluation methodology; and (ix) definition of minimum content for preparing a resettlement plan. There are no relevant negative effects identified as the consequence of implementing this project at the regional level. The main negative impacts refer to the local level, deriving mostly from actions related to the execution of the works and that can be mitigated through the adoption of appropriate project design and execution criteria and procedures.


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    Plan de reasentamiento

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    América Latina y el Caribe,

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    Marco conceitual da política de reassentamento

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