- November 10, 2014
- Posted by: IDC
- Categories: Case Studies, Newsletter
IDC Early Measures Report 2015
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) PS5 guidelines on Land Acquisition and Involuntary Resettlement require that all Project Affected Persons (PAPs)have their livelihoods restored or replaced with some improvement. IDC is currently working in Tanzania on a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for a joint venture partnership between Bagamoyo EcoEnergy and the Tanzanian Government. The Early Measures program for the Bagamoyo EcoEnergy RAP originally focused on basic literacy and numeracy, biodiversity management training, and health screening. Following extended project delays, it was decided to initiate livelihood improvement training to ensure continued proactive PAP engagement. It has been a learning curve for both the project affected communities and the IDC RAP Team with service delivery and successes improving with each Early Measure.
A full copy of the report can be downloaded here: EARLY MEASURES REPORT 2015