Dominican Republic - Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program Project : resettlement plan : Marco de gestion ambiental y social (西班牙语)
The project development objective (PDO) of the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program for the Dominican Republic (CARCIP) is fully consistent with the overall regional program development objective and seeks to increase access to regional... 更多显示
The project development objective (PDO) of the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program for the Dominican Republic (CARCIP) is fully consistent with the overall regional program development objective and seeks to increase access to regional broadband networks and advance the development of ICT-enabled services in the Caribbean Region. CARCIPs objective is expected to be achieved through: (a) targeted investments in ICT infrastructure that fill the gaps at the national and municipal level, preferably in partnership with the private sector; (b) creating an open innovation ecosystem that fosters the development of ICT skills and ICT enabled services; and (c) strengthening institutional capacity/arrangements to ensure effective program implementation and outcomes.The objective of the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) is as follows: (i) provide an indication of the potential environmental and social impacts (including possible land acquisition and resettlement) according to the current status of development of the project; (ii) inform the planning and design of the project by comparing potential impacts of locations, configurations and alternative construction techniques that are under consideration; (iii) define procedures for subsequent impact assessment and development of appropriate tools for managing impacts (including associated mitigation measures) to the extent that the available project details. Negative impacts include: 1) Acquisition of land (temporary or permanent) and displacement of people; 2) occupational health and safety risk; 3) Vibration and Noise Nuisance; 4) Air Pollution; 5) Pollution or destruction of the marine and terrestrial environment; 6) Soil erosion and landslides; 7) Degradation of the natural environment; and 8) Intervention in Protected Areas. To minimize negative impacts, the following mitigation measures offer standard measures to minimize negative impacts: It is important to stress that complex or sensitive cases of public consultations are also needed. People affected should be informed of potential problems and mitigation measures. Their concerns and suggestions should also be taken into account in the design of appropriate measures sensitive or complex situations.