1 edition of resettlement of project-affected people found in the catalog.
resettlement of project-affected people
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Hari Mohan Mathur.|
|Contributions||Mathur, Hari Mohan., HCM Rajasthan State Institute of Public Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HC435.2 .R456 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||98900065|
and formulation of a suitable and acceptable Resettlement & Rehabilitation (R & R) policy based on the valuation of the property of the entire Project Affected Persons (PAPs). The main objective of this study is: 1. To prepare demographic profile of all the areas under the project. 2. To assess socio – economic characteristics of the people. Size: KB. 4. PROJECT IMPACT Construction of the km embankment and km Feeder Roads and 2 Resettlement sites will require acquisition of ha land. In total the project will affect Project Affected Units (PAUs) with a population of 15, (APs).
Thiis book is aimed at exploring the socioeconomic assessment of the project-affected people of the Tehri hydro project. e Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad, first conducted. resettlement practitioners and people interested in human rights issues of projects. I enjoyed the book very much, and development scholars will ﬁnd the book interesting and consequently every academic library should have a copy of the book. However,ultimatelythe bookwas notwrittenforthe more practice-oriented resettlement and impact assessment.
Resettlement and Mining in Papua New Guinea This chapter examines a range of relocation agreements negotiated between developers and project-affected people in PNG. Section II deals with relocation agreements, their costs and socioeconomic impacts. An examination is presented of the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for better rehabilitation of affected people. The book presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes and suggests ways to reduce the risks of impoverishment. Case studies from different parts of India examine the risks of impoverishment associated with .
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Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) was necessary. The RAP was also recommended inan earlier Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF) study. One component of the RAP is to undertake a baseline socio-economic studyof the project affected persons (PAPs) based mainly on a census about the Size: 1MB.
Get this from a library. Development projects and impoverishment risks: resettling project-affected people in India. [Hari Mohan Mathur; David Marsden;] -- "This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for better rehabilitation of affected people.
It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes. IFC Handbook for Preparing a Resettlement Action Plan iii. Foreword. Involuntary resettlement may entail both the physical displacement of people and the disruption of their livelihoods.
Social Development Specialists at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) File Size: 7MB. This annex describes the elements of a resettlement plan, an abbreviated resettlement plan, a resettlement policy framework, and a resettlement process framework, as discussed in File Size: 38KB.
Key stakeholders in a resettlement program are the affected people, their representatives, host populations, any NGOs or other civil society organizations working in the area, local governments of the affected and the resettlement areas, project contractors, funding agencies, consultants conducting various studies, and the engineering and.
This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for rehabilitation of affected people. It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes and suggests ways to reduce the risks of impoverishment. It is thus an important contribution to this crucial debate and widens the scope and parameters of the discussion to include humanitarian.
status of project affected people (PAPs). Information gaps should close (not grow) during project implementation. This finding also suggests that the assessment made on resettlement impacts at appraisal often changes during implementation.
Resettlement Outcomes. The projects were rated on a number of resettlement outcomes, as presented in. Displacement, Resettlement, Rehabilitation, Reparation and Development - China Report the new policy stresses the overall economic improvement of project-affected areas as the broader base and foundation for resettlers to cope with the social, financial, economic, and ecological descriptions in this book include resettlement figures.6File Size: KB.
Project Affected Families as a resettlement zone ; (s) “Requiring Body” shall mean any company, a body corporate, an institution, or any other organization for whom land is to be acquired by. ADVERTISEMENTS: Resettlement and Rehabilitation of People: Problems and Concerns.
It is a well-known fact that both natural and human made disasters force people to move out of their land. For example. Tsunami in South Asia in DecemberLatur and Gujarat earthquake, the Orissa super-cyclone and scores of floods and droughts in other parts of [ ].
Resettlement: Focus on Asian Experiences”, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi Mathur, Hari Mohan & David Marsden (eds.) (), “Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks. Resettling Project Affected People India”, Oxford University Press.
PFile Size: KB. Ressetlement and rehabitation 1. RESSETLEMENT AND REHABILITATION 2. RESSETLEMENT Population transfer or resettlement is the movement of a large group of people from one region to another, often a form of forced migration imposed by state policy or international authority and most frequently on the basis of ethnicity or religion.
Banishment or. Government of India, – ‘National policy on resettlement and rehabilitation for project affected families’. Published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part-I, Section 1, No- 46, dated 17th February, - Buy Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India book online at best prices in India on Read Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.
Mathur HM () Restoring incomes and livelihoods of project-affected people: issues in resettlement planning. Scand J Dev Altern Area Stud 18(4)–75 Google Scholar Modak P, Biswas AK () Conducting environmental impact assessment for developing : Hari Mohan Mathur.
better life for people displaced by infrastructure development projects. This book comprises recent displacement and resettlement case studies conducted by eight anthropologists in South Asia.
Each contributor wrote around the key theme of the book: Is involuntary resettlement a development opportunity for those displaced by development.
The objectives of the Policy are: (i) to minimize displacement and to identify non-displacing or least displacing alternatives; (ii) to plan resettlement and rehabilitation of project affected families (PAFs) or project affected households (PAHs), including tribal and vulnerable households; (iii) to provide improved standard of living to PAFs.
i Resettlement Action Plan Report Preliminary and Detailed Engineering Design for the Dualling of Mombasa - Mariakani (A) Road OCTOBER File Size: 2MB. This study also includes a sample survey of project-affected households, with special reference to tribal people, dalits, and Other Backward Castes.
The authors see development-induced displacement, resettlement and rehabilitation not just from the academic point of view. This project, which included two large dams (Katse and Mohale), had significant impacts on local people, including loss of grazing, arable land, and resettlement of 71.
Host population Community residing in or near the area to which affected people are to be relocated. Income restoration Re-establishing the income sources and livelihoods of affected people.
Involuntary Resettlement Necessity for people affected by a development project to relocate and to rebuild their lives, incomes and asset bases elsewhere.With the existing development-induced resettlement and rehabilitation (R&R) practices, information from the selected case study, and the knowledge gained from earlier research studies, recommendations are proposed that will significantly improve the well-being of resettled people affected by similar development-induced projects.impacts, and list of project affected households prepared for the resettlement plan.
The final cost of compensation, assistance and resettlement is determined following completion of the DMS. Displaced person: refer to persons, households, communities and institutions definedFile Size: 1MB.