This presentation about a road project. Part of the N1 Road system, almost 150km of N1, 11m wide, 1.5m paved and 0.5m unpaved shoulders.
3 different phases - feasibility and IA; engineering design and resettlement; Construction
- In Mozambique Law 30m right of way on each side of the road.
- Corridor of ImPact - looked at 10m, 20m and 40m for each side of central line, and 15m for sensitive places, also deviated where needed from existing infrastructure and buildings.
- Almost 1200 PAPs, loss of land, houses...
- Red - no go areas for contractors
- Green - free for contractor to work in
The resettlement team was the same as design and implementation team because of limited time.
Key stakeholders were identified - Provincial, district and administrative authorities, communities
Used the Keep it Simple and Standard Approach.
- Opened new market areas
- Built new stores/commercial structures
- Built new boreholes
- Developed a RAP radio programme
- Issued identity documents
- Undertook public consultation
- Ensure traditional ceremony to ask the Gods to help the programme go well.
- PAP involvement important in RAP
Main challenge was the limited time to undertake the RAP
Having community liaison committees important.
- Members of the resettlement committee included the Administrator of the District, Traditional Leader, most influential members of the community and other representatives both men and women.
- There was limited time because it was an MCC funded project that needed to be completed in 5 years.