Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) and Resettlement Implementation Plans (RISs) are professionally prepared tools in avoiding, mitigating or organizing the undesirable impacts of involuntary resettlement. Thus, resettlement activities should result in measurable improvements in the economic conditions and social well-being of affected people and communities.
The purpose of this Training is to provide guidance in the planning and execution of involuntary resettlement that specifies the procedures that it will follow and the actions that it will take to mitigate adverse effects compensate losses, and provide development benefits to persons and communities affected by an investment project. Resettlement may provide opportunities to an affected community to improve housing, public infrastructure, and services and to engage in land use planning that contributes to the long-term development objectives.
- Identifying Issues related to resettlement in developing countries. Sustainability and equity.
- Components of a Resettlement Action Plan
- Identification of Project Impacts and Affected Population.
- A legal framework for land acquisition and compensation
- Preparation of land acquisition requirements for a project, aerial and satellite images. Minimization of reinstallation, Digital data and specialized software, Data processing and Preparation of RAP.
- Preparation of a budget. Resettlement planning, execution and monitoring of RAP.
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