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  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam Road Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan

    (Umbrella Report)

    Year 1 National Improvement Program Roads

    Submitted by:

    Ministry of Transportation Vietnam Road Administration Project Management Unit 18

    Prepared with the Assistance of:

    The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    Final

    August 2004

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  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with the assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    Table of Contents Page List of Acronyms List of Tables List of Figures Executive Summary E-1 1. Introduction 1-1 1.1. Project Description 1-1 1.2. Project Area 1-1 1.3. Resettlement Issues 1-3 2. Project components and RAP scope 2-1 2.1. The Sub-Projects 2-1 2.2. The Sub-Projects Impacts 2-1 2.3. Scope of Resettlement Action Planning 2-1 3. Eligibility and Definitions 3-1 3.1. Definitions of Displaced Persons (DP) 3-1 3.2. Eligibility 3-1 3.3. Legal vs. Illegal DPs 3-1 4. Legal Framework 4-1 4.1. Policy Framework of GOV 4-1 4.2. World Bank Guidelines 4-1 4.2.1. Policy Objectives 4-1 4.2.2. Eligibility 4-2 4.3. Reconciliation of GOV and World Bank Policies 4-2 5. Compensation and Entitlement Policy 5-1 5.1. Objectives 5-1 5.2. Principles 5-1 5.3. Compensation Policy 5-3 5.3.1. DPs Losing Agricultural Land and Crops 5-3 5.3.1.1. DPs with Legal or Legalizable Rights of Land use 5-3 5.3.1.2. DPs without Legal or Legalizable Rights of Land use 5-4 5.3.2. DPs Losing Residential Land and Structures 5-4 5.3.2.1. DPs with Legal or Legalizable Rights of Land use 5-4 5.3.2.2. DPs without Legal or Legalizable Rights of Land use 5-5 5.2.3. DPs Losing Business 5-5 5.3.4. DPs Losing Fixed Assets 5-6 5.3.5. Other Compensation 5-6 5.4. Subsidy Allowances and Other Assistance 5-6 6. Institutional Arrangements 6-1 6.1. Main institutions and organizations 6-1 6.2. Demarcation of responsibilities 6-1 6.2.1. Ministry of Transport (MOT) 6-2 6.2.2. PMU-18 6-2 6.2.3. Quality Control and Management Bureau of MOT 6-3 6.2.4. Design and construction consulting companies 6-3 6.2.5. Provincial People’s Committee (PPC) 6-3 6.2.6. Provincial Compensation Committee (PCC) 6-3 6.2.7. District People’s Committee (DPC) 6-4 6.2.8. District Compensation Committee 6-4

  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with the assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    6.2.9. Commune People’s Committee 6-4 6.2.10. Consultant for Technical Assistance to PMU-18 6-5 6.3. Release of funds for compensation payments 6-5 7. Public Participation and Consultation 7-1 7.1. Public Information Campaign and Consultation Process 7-1 7.1.1. Phase I: Consultation on Resettlement Planning and Preparation 7-1 7.1.1.1. Activity 1: Media campaign prior to DMS 7-1 7.1.1.2. Activity 2: Information dissemination by PMU-18 to PDOT 7-1 7.1.1.3. Activity 3: Information dissemination by PDOT and consultation with district and local authorities

    7-2

    7.1.1.4. Activity 4: Information dissemination and consultation with DPs 7-2 7.1.1.5. Activity 5: PMU-18 meetings with provincial, district and commune representatives

    7-2

    7.1.2. Phase II: Information Campaign and Consultation during Resettlement Implementation

    7-3

    7.1.2.1. Activity 1: Information dissemination and training 7-3 7.1.2.2. Activity 2: Public Meetings 7-3 7.1.2.3. Activity 3: Compensation Agreement 7-6 7.1.2.4. Activity 4: Providing DPs the Information on Compensation Payments 7-6 7.1.2.5. Activity 5: Public Meeting concerning Resettlement Site 7-6 7.1.2.6. Activity 6: Consultation with DPs to confirm their training preferences 7-7 7.1.2.7. Activity 7: Public meeting on lot distribution/allocation at resettlement site

    7-7

    7.1.2.8. Activity 8: Information/coordination to commune authorities, DPs and the general public about resettlement site construction

    7-8

    7.1.2.9. Activity 9: Information to the general public and the DPs on the schedule of relocation

    7-8

    7.1.2.10. Activity 10: Public meeting on resettlement issues 7-8 8. Grievances and Complaints Mechanism 8-1 8.1. Content of Grievances and Complaints 8-1 8.2. Timeframes and Procedures 8-1 9. Monitoring and Evaluation 9-1 9.1. Internal supervising and monitoring 9-1 9.2. External monitoring and evaluation 9-2 Annexes Annex 1 – Policy Framework for Compensation, Resettlement and Rehabilitation

    of Displaced Persons

    Annex 2 – DMS Questionnaire Annex 3 – Names of PDOT Officials Annex 4 – Terms of Reference for Social & Environmental Monitoring

  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with the assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    List of Figures

    Page Figure 1-1: Location of NIP Roads

    1-1

    Figure 2-1: Typical Cross-Section of the NIP 2-3

    Figure 5-1: Entitlement Matrix

    5-1

    Figure 6-1: Institutional Arrangements

    6-2

    Figure 6-2: Disbursement of Compensation Funds

    6-2

  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with the assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    List of Tables

    Page Table 1-1: Description of Project Improvement Road Sections

    1-3

    Table 2-1: Technical Design Specifications of NIP First-Year Roads

    2-1

    Table 4-1: Comparison of Government Policy with the World Bank’s OP 4.12 4-5

  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with the assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    List of Acronyms

    ACF Assets Compensation Forms ADB Asian Development Bank DCC District Compensation Committee DMS Detailed Measurement Survey DP Displaced Person DPC District People's Committee EA Environmental Assessment EMDP Ethnic Minority Development Plan EMP Environmental Management Plan GOV Government of Vietnam LURC Land Use Rights Certificate MOT Ministry of Transport NGO Non-governmental Organization NH National Highway NIP Network Improvement Project OP Operational Policy PC Public Consultation PCC Provincial Compensation Committee PDOT Provincial Department of Transport PID-1 Project Implementation Division 1 PMU-18 Project Management Unit No 18 PPC Provincial People's Committee RAP Resettlement Action Plan ROW Right-of-Way SA Social Assessment VND Vietnamese Dong

  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam - Network Improvement Project

    E-6 Resettlement Action Plan: Umbrella Report Prepared with assistance of The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A. THE ROAD NETWORK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT The economic growth rate of Vietnam is one of the highest in Southeast Asia. Agriculture is the backbone to the economy, employing the majority of the country’s labor force, while certain industries, such as manufacturing, and the service sector also employ a large number of workers. Vietnam has made substantial gains in poverty reduction in recent decades, but poverty still remains high particularly in rural areas. One of the strategies of the Government of Vietnam (GOV) for reducing rural poverty is improving rural road infrastructure and connectivity with urban centers. The Network Improvement Project (NIP) aims to contribute to this strategy by improving rural road networks in Northern provinces in Vietnam. By doing so, the project expects to (i) reduce road transit times in selected rural areas in northern Vietnam; (ii) reduce vehicle-operating costs; (iii) improve overall road access to poor and isolated agricultural communities; and (iv) facilitate the delivery of goods from agricultural production centers to markets. The NIP will focus on the rehabilitation and strategic widening of approximately 635 kilometers of roadways over a three-year period. The GOV will finance the NIP through the lending facilities of international development institutions. For the sub- projects scheduled to be impleme