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Africa - Second West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program Project : resettlement plan : Cadre de Politique de Réinstallation (法语)

The goal of the Second West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program is to determine the framework and conditions to: (i) avoid or minimize involuntary resettlement where feasible, exploring all viable alternative project designs, (ii) assist people moved to improve their former living standards, their ability to generate revenue or at least their restoration, (iii) encourage the production community in the planning and implementation of resettlement, and (iv) provide the assistance to those affected regardless of the legality or tenure. The program, started in 2008, aims at the development and dissemination of improved agricultural technology priority. The second phase will be to consolidate the gains of the first phase and to ensure its expansion to a scale suitable for achieving the development objective, which remains unchanged: to develop and disseminate improved technologies in the priority sectors of participating countries to improve their productivity. The activities likely to cause the relocation as part of the implementation of WAAPP 2A in Mali include: the construction of infrastructure / equipment, land acquisition for the purposes of experimentation and extension to larger scale. But also, the site occupancy planned for experimentation or extension scale (authorized or not) may also lead to the relocation. In Ghana the compulsory acquisition of land by the project could have both social and economic impacts on the people, their assets and livelihoods. It could result in relocation or loss of shelter; lost of assets or access to assets; or loss of income sources or means of livelihood, whether or not relocation takes place. The effect of these loses on the persons living in the project zone would be increased poverty unless measures are put in place to compensate them for the losses incurred. In Mali, the negative social impacts on the test sites are absent (no loss of land, or property of an individual is expected). In Senegal, the experimental sites are private However, some experimental sites (as in Kolda) have been partially occupied by institutions (school, Islamic Institute, etc.).


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