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GuidelinesImpESS-CombineRev13-10-072

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Department of Public Works Directorate General of Highways

Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP)

Guidelines for Implementation of Environmental and Social Safeguards

Version 1B November 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I INTRODUCTION1. BACKGROUND OF EINRIP PLANNING PROCESS .................................................................................. 1 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. TABLES Table 2-1 Key Differences in Social Safeguards: EINRIP and WB Projects ................................................. 6 FIGURES Figure 1-1 Schematic of EINRIP Planning Process ........................................................................................ 1 Figure 2-1 Scheduling of ESS Activities in relation to Civil Works Sequence ................................................. 9 OVERVIEW OF PLANNING PROCESS........................................................................................................... 1 SELECTION OF EINRIP CORRIDORS.......................................................................................................... 2 PRELIMINARY CORRIDOR FIELD REVIEW ................................................................................................... 2 PRELIMINARY FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENT OF CANDIDATE SUB-PROJECTS .............................................. 3 FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF IDENTIFED CANDIDATES .................................................................................... 3 SELECTION OF PROJECTS FOR EINRIP .................................................................................................... 3 ENVIRONMENTAL SCREENING AND STUDIES ............................................................................................. 5 STANDARD ENVIRONMENTAL CLAUSES ..................................................................................................... 5 SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS ................................................................................................................................. 5 MANAGEMENT OF THE APPLICATION OF SAFEGUARDS............................................................................. 6 MONITORING OF LARAP IMPLEMENTATION .............................................................................................. 6

OVERVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS (ESS) .............................................. 4

PART II EINRIP ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS (ESS)1. APPLYING ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS..........................................................10 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS .....................................................................................................10 APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS ...........................................................................12 SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS ...................................................................................................................12 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS MANAGEMENT ......13 PREPARING A UKL/UPL OR AMDAL .............................................................................................13 PREPARING THE SLARAP AND LARAP .........................................................................................14 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT MITIGATION AND MONITORING ................................................................15 SOCIAL IMPACT MITIGATION AND MONITORING ...............................................................................15 LANGUAGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL DOCUMENTATION......................................................15

THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS TO BE APPLIED ......................13

FIGURES Figure 1: Indonesian Environmental Impact Screening Process................................................................... 11 Figure 2: Schedule of Steps for Completion of Subproject UKL/UPL Studies .............................................. 14 Figure 3: Key Steps Required for LARAP and SLARAP Preparation ........................................................... 15

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PART III LAND ACQUISITION AND RESETTLEMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK (LARF)1. 2. GENERAL PRINCIPLES .....................................................................................................................16 SOCIO ECONOMIC SURVEY, INFORMATION AND CONSULTATION ............................................16 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 3. 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5. 3.6. 3.7. 4. 4.1. 4.2. 5. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 6. 6.1. 6.2. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY AND INVENTORY OF ASSETS LOST .......................................................16 INFORMATION, AWARENESS, AND CONSULTATION ..........................................................................17 INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION .......................................................................................................17 FULL (LARAP) AND SIMPLE (SLARAP) LAND ACQUISITION AND RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN .......17 TRACER STUDY ............................................................................................................................19 COMPENSATION............................................................................................................................19 RELOCATION ASSISTANCE.............................................................................................................19 RESETTLEMENT/REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE...............................................................................19 COMPENSATION ALTERNATIVES ....................................................................................................20 CATEGORIES OF PROJECT AFFECTED PERSONS ............................................................................20 LAND DONATION ...........................................................................................................................21 RESETTLEMENT SITE ....................................................................................................................22 TYPES OF ASSISTANCE .................................................................................................................22 ASSISTANCE SCHEDULE AND COST ...............................................................................................23 HEAD, MEMBERS, AND TASKS OF THE LAND ACQUISITION COMMITTEE............................................23 CONSULTATION AND ASSISTANCE BY INDEPENDENT INSTITUTION....................................................23 COORDINATION BETWEEN BAPPEDA AND LAC.............................................................................23 INTERNAL MONITORING AND REPORTING .......................................................................................24 EXTERNAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION .....................................................................................24

LAND ACQUISITION...........................................................................................................................19

LIVELIHOOD RESTORATION ASSISTANCE ....................................................................................22

LAND ACQUISITION COMMITTEE (LAC)..........................................................................................23

MONITORING AND EVALUATION .....................................................................................................24

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PART I - INTRODUCTION1.1.1.

Background of EINRIP Planning ProcessOverview of Planning Process

The concept which is being adopted in EINRIP is to provide road and related bridge improvements to upgrade the condition of significant lengths of roads to develop continuous and consistent corridors. This is a different approach to the majority of betterment projects which have been carried out with the aid of multi-lateral funding, where relatively short, unconnected improvements are carried out only on those sections which are deemed to have the absolute worst conditions, or are economically ranked as being highly justified. In EINRIP the overall condition of the corridor is examined and improvements have been planned to significantly benefit transport along the entire corridor and beyond. During the planning and design processes for EINRIP, the assessment of Environmental and Social Impacts has been one of the primary criteria. The following provides a summary of the work carried out and the environmental and social considerations which have been used in the overall planning process. a. b. c. d. e. Selection of corridors for inclusion in EINRIP; Preliminary field review of selected EINRIP corridors; Preliminary feasibility assessment of candidate projects; Feasibility studies; Selection of candidate projects.

The process is illustrated in Figure 1.1 Figure 1-1 Schematic of EINRIP Planning Process

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1.2.

Selection of EINRIP Corridors

The National Road Network in Indonesia has recently been extended to include a further 8,000 km of previous Provincial and Kabupaten Roads of varying standards (generally referred to as the new National 8K). Consequently one of the major objectives of EINRIP is to improve these links to an acceptable standard, suitable to their new status, to help ensure that the National road network provides acceptable standards of service and accessibility, and is capable of supporting local and regional economic development. Prior to the commencement of EINRIP, the entire National Road Network, including the new National 8K, were screened to identify required improvements using the Indonesian Road Management System (IIRMS). This computer based system identifies the optimum treatment for the road network in specific locations based on a number of factors including the recorded traffic data (AADT), roughne