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Plenary 3_Sanjay Srivastava

Plenary 3_Sanjay Srivastava

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This is Sanjay Srivastava's presentation "Partnerships for Strengthening Country Safeguard Systems Experience from South Asia and from POWERGRID in India" during the Country Safeguard Systems Regional Workshop: Towards Common Approaches and Better Results, 18-19 April 2012, Manila, Philippines.
This is Sanjay Srivastava's presentation "Partnerships for Strengthening Country Safeguard Systems Experience from South Asia and from POWERGRID in India" during the Country Safeguard Systems Regional Workshop: Towards Common Approaches and Better Results, 18-19 April 2012, Manila, Philippines.

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Published by: Asian Development Bank Conferences on May 14, 2012
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Partnerships forStrengthening CountrySfd Safeguard Systems
Experience from South Asia and from Power Grid in IndiaSanjay SrivastavaRegional Safeguards Advisoregional Safeguards AdvisorThe World Bank, Washington DC202-458-8977
The views in this presentation are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian DevelopmentBank (ADB), or its Board of Governors, or the government they represent. ADB does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included inthis presentation and accepts no responsibility for any consequence of their use. Terminology used may not necessarily be consistent withADB official terms.
 
 
The World Bank recognizes that management of social andto growth in South Asia.
Land Acquisition is the biggest challenge -All SAR country’s regulations,but differ in definition, scope and treatment of affected people and donot include a resettlement policy that emphasizes resettlement as adeveloment issue.
All SAR countries have robust Environmental Policies and Regulations,however, with hugely uneven application and enforcement. Keydifferences remain in definin boundaries of Environmental Assessmenttrans-boundary issues; public consultation requirements;implementation framework; budget and management commitment; andmonitoring and feedback mechanisms.
 
Key Findings of an Ongoing Comparativeaeguars evew n countres
The Government’s intent to use eminent power of domain for involuntary land,interpretation and potential dispute.
There are key differences across institutions and countries in determination of .
Countries like India and Sri Lanka are moving ahead to apply a new andprogressive Resettlement policy that goes beyond traditional Land Acquisition.
The EA process in most SAR countries are faced with poor quality of EA;baseline information; weak analyses of alternatives; poor implementation; weakvenvironmental regulations, including EHS and OHS requirements.

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