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DA NANG – QUANG NGAI EXPRESSWAY PROJECT
RESETTLEMENT PLAN

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Volume 2- QUANG NAM SECTION

January 2011

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CONTENTS
CONTENTS ............................................................................................................... i LIST OF TABLES....................................................................................................... iii ABBREVIATIONS ...................................................................................................... v DEFINITION OF TERMS ........................................................................................... vi EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................................................................ 1 I. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................... 7 I.1. The project ........................................................................................................7 I.2. Minimizing Land Acquisition and Resettlement Impacts ...............................10 II. LEGAL FRAMEWORK ................................................................................. 13 II.1. Relevant Vietnamese Legislation ....................................................................13 II.2. Involuntary Resettlement Policy of the WB (PO 4.12 - December 2001) ......15 II.3. Main gaps between Viet Nam policies and WBPolicy on IR ...........................15 III. ENTITLEMENT POLICY ............................................................................... 18 III.1. Objectives ....................................................................................................18 III.2. Eligibility to compensation and relocation assistance ................................18 III.3. Compensation Principle and Entitlement ...................................................19 III.3.1. Principles of Replacement Cost .................................................................19 III.3.2. Compensation policy for agricultural land .................................................20 III.3.3. Compensation for Residential Land ...........................................................22 III.3.4. Compensation houses/other structures ....................................................22 III.3.5. Compensation for Graves/Tombs ..............................................................23 III.3.6. Compensation for loss of Standing Crops and Trees .................................23 III.3.7. Compensation for Loss of Income and/or Business/Productive Assets ....24 III.3.8. Compensation for temporary impact during construction .......................24 III.3.9 Compensation for Loss of Community Assets ............................................25 III.3.10. Allowances and Rehabilitation Assistance during Transition Period ......25 III.3.11. Allowances / Assistance Targeted to Vulnerable Households ................27 IV. SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS ....................................................... 29 IV.1. General socioeconomic conditions of the Quang Nam Province ...............29 IV.2. Survey on the socioeconomic conditions of the project DPs ......................29 IV.2.1. Demographic Characteristics of DPs.....................................................30 IV.2.2. Educational status .................................................................................31 IV.2.3. Occupation and Employment ...............................................................33 IV.2.4. Household Incomes ..............................................................................33 IV.2.5. Households below Poverty level ..........................................................34 IV.2.6. Access to public facilities ......................................................................34 IV.2.7. Access to utilities and services .............................................................36 IV.2.8. Ownership of Consumer Goods ............................................................37 i

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V. RESETTLEMENT IMPACTS ......................................................................... 38 VI. RELOCATION ARRANGEMENT ................................................................... 69 VI.1. The potential of the resettlement sites ......................................................69 VI.2. Process of site development and resettlement policy ................................77 VI.3. Cost for the site development .....................................................................80 VI.4. Issues of relocation should be done once RP is approved. .........................80 VII. INCOME RESTORATION AND REHABILITATION ......................................... 81 VIII. CONSULTATION, PARTICIPATION AND INFORMATION DISCLOSURE, DISSEMINATION.................................................................................................... 94 VIII.1. Purposes and contents of consultation and information dissemination. ...94 VIII.2. Consultation during RP preparation. ...........................................................95 VIII.3. Consultation during RAP Implementation ................................................102 XIII.4. Disclosure ................................................................................................. 102 IX. IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS ...................................................... 103 IX.1. Responsibility .............................................................................................103 IX.2. Implementation arrangements .................................................................107 IX.3. RAP implementation schedule ..................................................................113 X. MONITORING AND EVALUATION ............................................................ 116 X.1. Internal monitoring .......................................................................................116 X.2. External Monitoring ......................................................................................116 XI. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM ......................................................... 120 XII. COST AND BUDGET ................................................................................. 122 XII.1. Compensation Prices .................................................................................122 XII.2. Cost estimate .............................................................................................123 ANNEX A: Comparision Table .................................................................................. 1 ANNEX B: Socio-economic Characteristics ............................................................. 10 ANNEX C: Resettlement Impacts ........................................................................... 21 ANNEX D: TOR for Replacement Cost Survey ......................................................... 35 ANNEX E: Resettlement Cost for Quang Nam Province .......................................... 36 ANNEX F: TOR for External Monitoring Agency ...................................................... 47 ANNEX G : DMS Questionaire ................................................................................ 54

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..53 Table V-7: Affected vulnerable households ............................................................... Affected Small Scale Business household .....32 Table IV-5: Types of employment.51 Table V-5: Impacts on annual crops and trees by Districts ....................................43 Table V-4: Loss of other Structures ...........................................................................52 Table V-6.......................................................................................................................39 Table V-3: DPs Affected by Loss of Agricultural Land .....................................56 Table VI-1.........54 Table V-8: Number of Household Are Entitled to Receive Land Plot in Resettlement Sites.........55 Table V-9: Summary of Impacts .............................. The households have to relocate and potential of resettlement sites by district ......................................................................................................................................................................................8 Table I-2: Districts and Communes covered by the Expressway .................................. loans and training courses in Quang Nam province could be considered for the economic restoration and livelihood improvement for the project affected people ..................................9 Table IV-1: Demographic Characteristics of DPs .................................................................Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 LIST OF TABLES Table I-1: General technical specifications of the project........85 iii .........38 Table V-2: Number of affected area of different land types.......... local NGOs of the affected districts ..................................................................32 Table IV-4: Education Level of Surveyed DPs .83 Table VII-2: Potential programs.....................................33 Table V-1: Number of HHs and heads affected by land acquisition in 07 Districts .................................................................................................................................31 Table IV-3: Educational status of the heads of householders...........................................75 Table VII-1: Consultation with institutions...................................................................30 Table IV-2: Age structure of surveyed population .................................................................................................

.....Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table VIII-1: Meetings in affected districts..124 iv .........96 Table VIII-2: Preferences............. choices of DPs to the modes of economic restoration ................100 Table IX-1: Proposed schedule for RAP implementation with key activities ......................................114 Table XII-1: Summary Estimated Resettlement Cost for the Quang Nam section ...........

Invalids and Social Assistance Ministry of Transport Non-governmental Organizations Project Information Pamphlet Project Management Unit 85 Provincial Peoples’ Committee Replacement Cost Study Resettlement Plan Socio-Economic Survey Terms Of Reference US Dollar Vietnam dong World Bank Women’s Union v .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ABBREVIATIONS CPC DPC DCSCC DARD DOC DOF DONRE DPI DOT DMS DP EMA FS GOV IDA IOL LURC MOLISA MOT NGOs PIP PMU85 PPC RCS RAP (or RP) SES TOR USD VND WB WU Commune People’s Committee District People’s Committee District Compensation and Site Clearance Committee Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Department of Construction Department of Finance Department of Natural Resources and Environment Department of Planning and Investment Department of Transport Detailed Measurement Survey Displace Person External Monitoring Agency Feasibility Study Government of Viet Nam International Development Association of the World Bank Inventory of Losses Land Use Rights Certificate Ministry of Labor.

with or without displacement. on account of changes resulting from the Project. occupation. full restoration of living standards and quality of life or otherwise improvement. Cut-off date Detailed Measurement Survey (DMS) Displaced Persons vi . title or interest in any house. The cut-off date has to be formally declared by the relevant authorities to stakeholders. place of work or residence or habitat adversely affected. permanently or temporarily. employment and sources of households incomes.12 of the World Bank. will have their or its (i) standard of living adversely affected. Means any person or persons. possessed. employment or sources of living. structures and other fixed assets.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 DEFINITION OF TERMS Assistance Means additional support provided to DPs who lose assets (particularly productive assets). water resources or any other moveable or fixed assets acquired. DPs including all persons who are affected by land acquisition for the project construction (permanently or temporary) and persons who are affected by land acquisition for the relocation site development for the relocating households. incomes. at a minimum. to supplement payment of compensation for acquired assets. commercial. firm. agricultural. in order to achieve. (ii) right. Term used in OP 4. restricted or otherwise adversely affected. private or public institution that. Persons who occupy the project site after the cut-off date will not be eligible for compensation and relocation assistance. and preparation of detailed list of households thus impacted by the project. land (including residential. forest and/or grazing land). household. assistance and resettlement is determined following completion of the DMS. including the loss of land. The final cost of compensation. in full or in part. Means the detailed survey of affected assets for preparation of Inventory of Losses (IOL). business. and/or (iii) business. The DMS will be done by respective District Compensation Committees in the RAP implementation phase once the benchmarks of the project site demarcation are put on the ground. Is the date of commencement of census and asset inventory surveys by the provincial authorities following approval of the project by GOV.

(iii) households falling under the current MOLISA benchmark poverty line. Means the community residing at. Means the processes by which all or part of land and property owned. or in the vicinity of relocation sites designated for relocating households. Decision on land recovery will be done through two steps (i) Decision at the provincial or city for the whole project areas and subsequently (ii) Decision by the district to each individual. location and measurement of all fixed assets that will be acquired / recovered or adversely affected by or as a result of the project. income substitution. Land recovery Resettlement Vulnerable People vii . (including income restoration support.) in order to achieve the objective of Resettlement Plan. transfer assistance. Inventory of Losses other structures. ponds. Means individuals or distinct groups of people who might suffer disproportionately or face the risk of being further marginalized by the effects of land and property recovery or resettlement and specifically includes: (i) female headed households with dependents (ii) households with disabled persons. assistance. These include. It also includes the assessment of the severity of the impact of land and property on the affected assets and the severity of impact to the livelihood and productive capacity of DPs. occupied or used. Means the process of identification. such as fences. Means the physical relocation of DP from the DP’s pre-project place of residence and/or business. (without limitation or being an exhaustive list) lands used for residence. tombs. wells. agriculture. firm or private institution by the State or are acquired by agreement. sources of income and livelihood.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Entitlement Means the range of measures comprising compensation. stalls and shops. household. possessed. (iv) children and elderly households who are with no other means of support. relocation support and assistance to the vulnerable DPs etc. Detailed and final IOL is carried out in the initial phase of RP implementation . and (v) landless households. trees with (IOL) commercial value. dwelling units. are compulsorily recovered or otherwise acquired from an individual. commerce. the Host community Livelihood restoration/ Improvement Means the restoration of livelihood and household incomes of relevant DPs through the RP policy and its implementation.

(vi) Timber trees. garden. and in the absence of such recent sales. Replacement Value viii . the price that would currently be paid for the tress on the nearest market based on the diameter of each tree at breast height. based on equivalent productive value. (iii) Houses and other related structures based on current market prices of materials and labor without depreciation or deductions for salvaged building materials. (iv) Standing crops equivalent current market value of the crop at the time of compensation. based on sales in other locations with similar attributes. (ii) Residential land based on market prices that reflect recent sales of comparable houses and residential land in the district and other nearby areas. (v) Perennial crops and trees. age and productive value (future production) at the time of compensation. Replacement Study Cost Means the process involved in determining the replacement cost of land. forest) based on market prices that reflect recent land sales of comparable land in the district and other nearby areas. and in the absence of such recent land sales. fishpond. cash compensation equivalent to current market value given the type. and/or costs of transaction as follows: (i) Productive land (Agricultural. houses and other affected assets based on surveys by independent evaluators.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Means the amount calculated before displacement which is needed to replace an affected asset without deductions for taxes.

Through realizing the scopes. Approximately 92 km length of the road alignment crosses through 7 districts namely Dien Ban. Nui Thanh. one of major reasons of traffic accident on National Highway 1A is considered of “Mixed Traffic.” That is mixing of industrial and living transportation. mixing of Quang Nam short traffic.Quang Ngai Expressway Project is with the objective of improving the road transportation system with the scopes of i) providing safe and secured transportation for the high speed and heavy vehicles. Duy Xuyen. the Expressway is also aimed to achieve the following targets: (a) Support Nationwide Socio-Economic Development (b) To Promote Socio-Economic Development of Central Vietnam (c) To Promote Improvement of Environment. covering a total of twenty four communes of Quang Nam Province.138 m2 Page 1 . land acquisition impacts in the Quang Nam province are summarized as below: There are a total of 3. with 139.878 Households will be impacted by the loss of residential land either partially or fully with the total affected area is 347. The project According to JETRO Study. and ii) strengthening of institution to manage the expressway transportation system. which will contribute for reducing traffic accident. Of these: . The Resettlement Plan summarizes the impacts due to the proposed expressway traversing the province of Quang Nam.874 households in 24 communes of 07 districts of Quang Nam province who will be impacted by land acquisition for the project. Based on this required area. Phu Ninh and Tam Ky city. Da Nang . the width of the corridor for the project is 70m.52 km in total length and tolled dual 2-lane facility (2-lane at each direction) at the entire alignment.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. and mixing of bicycle. Land acquisition impacts According to Vietnam Regulation. Thang Binh. motorcycle and vehicle. The Expressway is designed to receive long trip traffic. Que Son. and (d) To Promote Traffic Safety The alignment of the Expressway passes through two provinces (Quang Nam and Quang Ngai) and Da Nang city. 2.

700. Decree 84-2007. dated 30th September 2010.There are 771 HHs have to relocate to new places. of which relocated HHs due to loss of residential land (both with and without structure) are dominant one. followed by loss of agriculture land whee remaining land is rendered unviable for continued use (407 HHs).) and very close to the requirements of the World Bank standards on involuntary resettlement (OP 4. The cut-off date of the project coincides with the date of commencement of the census of affected persons and inventory of losses (IOL) and will be stablished when DMS begins following approval of the project by GOV.December 2001). The main policy objectives and principles of the Project Compensation and Resettlement policy are (i) land acquisition should be minimized as much as possible. The entitlements for compensation and other assistance take into consideration the latest provisions of the Decision 23/2010/QĐUB of Quang Nam People’s Committee. public meetings and commune discussions were held with affected households and local authorities.763 Households will be impacted on either partially or fully by the loss of houses with the total affected area of houses being 37. 4. the policy should be developed to (ii) ensure that affected people receive compensation at full replacement values and with relocation assistance so that they will be at least as well off as they would have been in the absence of the project or otherwise improved.923. Many DPs and local officials at Page 2 .473 Households will be impacted due to the loss of agricultural land with the total area of 2.858 m2 other land (public land) will be impacted . assistance and relocation has been improved significantly in recent years (Land law-2003. if unavoidable.12).About 1.12.762 m2 of forestry land (Production forestland) will be impacted. . which are 364 HHs (including 25 hh affected by loss of businesses). . Legal and Policy Frameworks The RP is developed based on the laws of the Government of Viet Nam (GOV) and the World Bank Policy on Involuntary Resettlement (OP 4.2. 3.623 m2. Decree 69-2009 etc. Decree 197-2004.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 .There are 02 collective or public institutions that will be affected by loss of its assets. The policy of GOV on compensation. .1.686. The cut-off date will be formally announced by the relevant authorities to stakeholders.594 m2.. . Public Participation and consultation Several meetings of consultations.

including outcome of the training. The economic restoration programs to the DPs losing their productive land. A post-implementation evaluation by the external monitoring agency would be carried out to determine whether the objectives of the income rehabilitation and livelihood restoration have been achieved. A lot of feedback has been obtained from DPs. The resettlement sites will be well developed with physical infrastructures and social services such as inter roads. The project will also provide logistical support for such transactions and all legal and documentation costs would be covered by the project if carried out within a period of six months from the date of receipt of compensation by the DPs. the project authorities will make special efforts to assist DPs who wish to purchase replacement private agricultural land on willingbuyer willing-seller basis. 5. drainage and sewage water treatment systems etc. External Monitoring agency will closely monitor this activity. will be closely monitored by the project authorities as well as by the external monitoring agency. water and power supply system. local authorities and relevant Provincial. Public consultation activities will continue throughout the implementation phase. Public Information Booklet (PIB) will be prepared by the Project Management Unit 85 and will be disseminated to the affected households and posted at the public places. There are 771 households have to be relocated with total required area of resettlement sites being 24. options to compensation modes (in cash or in kind. At the early time of the RP and project implementation. including vulnerable groups are developed to make sure that they would improve or at least restore their livelihood as before displacement levels. local NGOs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 the different levels from the province to commune as well as local NGOs have been consulted for different aspects of compensation and resettlement such as compensation and resettlement policy. Many different instruments and channels of consultation and participation were applied and organized. preference to the livelihood restoration/development programs etc. Implementation of livelihood restoration programs. District Departments. extension services etc.720m2. especially local NGOs. Relocation arrangements and livelihood restoration Since no public agricultural land is available that can be offered to the DPs as replacement agricultural land. The project authorities will provide additional resources for continued assistance to the DPs until they have restored their livelihood at least to the preproject levels. cash for self-relocation or to relocate at the resettlement sites which will be constructed by the project). Page 3 . The programs are proposed to be based on the consultation with DPs and other stakeholders.

ensuring overall project’s coordination and supervision of resettlement activities and coordination/liaison with the World Bank. relocation site development and direct its lower levels in implementing the RP.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Planning and implementation of selected income restoration plans will be based on extensive and well-documented consultation with the affect people. The PPC of Quang Nam Province and their relevant Departments are responsible for review. District People’s Committees. compensation at the replacement values. prepare compensation plans for each HH or individuals. The PMU 85 will provide overall guidance and closely coordinate with all district and commune levels for the project and RP implementation. affected institutions. The RAP and/or Vietnamese Version of Page 4 . The Project Management Unit 85 is responsible for disclosing the final RAP. The implementation schedule The implementation schedule of RAP is proposed based on the schedule of the project construction. implementation. 6. programming. PMU85. on behalf of the VEC. affected Communes will be responsible for carrying out for the DMS. It is responsible for realization of the Da Nang . has direct responsibility and day-to-day management oversight for implementing all aspects pertained to the Expressway’s works.Quang Ngai Expressway Project. approve on land recovery. compensation and assistance will be summarized as in Public Information Booklet (PIB) and will be disseminated to all DPs once this RAP is approved by the competent authorities. monitoring. 7. design. including planning. pay compensation to DPs as well as settle for complaints from DPs. is the Executing Agency of the Project. 8. Proposed schedule for RP implementation with key activities (this RP implementation schedule will be modified after the finalization of the proposed construction schedule). The VEC under the Ministry of Transport (MOT). Implementation Arrangements Responsibilities of all relevant authorities and institutions from Central to Commune levels are clearly described in the Decree 197/ND-CP-2004 and Decree 84/ND-CP2007. including resettlement policy framework. budgeting. District Compensation and Resettlement Committees (DCSCC). Information disclosure and dissemination Key information about the project. evaluation. a schedule for key activities is summarized as below.

CRC (1-2 persons at each 03 level). and DP representatives. 2. which is a positive way to resolve issues that concerns of DPs. (ii) second stage. VNM version of the Entitlement Matrix would be made available to the DPs in each commune. Lawyer Union/associations. which are (i) first stage. Grievance redress mechanism The Grievance Redress Committee (called GRC) at 03 levels (commune/district and provincial level) will be established before the start of resettlement implementation and announcement publicly. 9. Page 5 .1: Schedule for key activities of RP implementation Activities 1. mass organization/civil society/CBOs/NGOs (1-2 persons). Start up of planning for income rehabilitation measures 4. Update detailed measurement surveys and census of DPs 3. the committee members will include 5-7 representatives from: PMU. An external monitoring report on the RP implementation will be made available at the project affected communes. Persons filing a complaint will not be charged administration or complaint fees. The full RAP will be disclosed at Info-shop of the World Bank and VIDIC of the World Bank office in Viet Nam. Pay compensation to and relocation of DPs. Post-implementation evaluation of resettlement Target dates/time January to February 2011 March to December 2011 June 2011 to September 2011 June 2011 to September 2011 May 2011 to December 2011 April 2012 to June 2012 June 2011 to April 2013 June 2013 Entitlement Matrix will be disclosed at affected districts and Communes level as well as at DONRE and DOF offices of Quang Nam Province. DPs can take 04 steps. 6. At each level. and (iv) final stage.at District level.Courts. affected districts and to relevant Departments of Quang Nam Province. If it is impossible to solve their complaints at the commune or ward level. Monitoring 8.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table 0. Information campaign: Information disclosure and dissemination of RP at info shop of the WB in DC and VIDIC at Viet Nam office and at PC office Quang Nam Province.at Commune level. Resettlement site construction 5. (iii) third stage-at Provincial level. Relocation of Households 7. A summary of project background and RP disseminated to all affected communities and DPs.

137.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Participation of civil society members and DPs representatives would ensure that the GRCs function without any coercion.327 1.2: Estimated Resettlement Cost for the Quang Nam section No I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV Items Compensation for land Compensation for Structures Compensation for other fixed assets Compensation for crops and trees Cost of resettlement site development Cost of Public Facilities Compensation for Loss of Businesses Allowances SUB-TOTAL A (I+II+III+IV+V+VI+VII+VIII) Cost of Management (2% of I . and take decisions in an objective and transparent manner.166.308 521.152.334 1.000 499.733.133.967 59.367 104.578 240.738.000 10. Cost and budget Table 0.900 20.040.849.633 Grand Total To ensure that all compensation is paid at replacement cost.032.800.332.000.308 0 5.594 Exchange USD (1USD = 19.590 29.558.000 VND) 13.000 20.060.000.000 20.009. Page 6 .790. where necessary to ensure that the final rates reflect market prices and that all assets are compensated at the replacement cost.590 25. the VEC will contract an independent land price appraisers licensed by the Department of Finance to carry out Replacement Cost Study (RCS) for all the affected assets based on the prevalent market prices.600.004.452 5.VII) Cost of RCS (Resettlement Cost Survey) Cost of External Monitoring & Evaluation (1% of I-VII) SUB-TOTAL B (X+XI+XII) Contingency 10% x (IX+XIII) Total cost (VND) 254.600.000 908. remain independent.923.667 12.054.500.000 581. 10.697 46. and discuss all the issues and complaints.072.600 39.826.789 30.080.815.540.541 1.278 2.073. VEC will ensure that adequate additional funds are available in a timely manner.014 1.196 52.042.014.300 98.103.576.370.000 1.016.478.342.770.427.678. In case of over-run of resettlement cost. The findings of the RCS will be submitted to the PPC for comparison and revisions.358 0 1.

20% of passing vehicles in the central Vietnam was bound for Hanoi and Quang Nam.52 km in total length and tolled dual 2-lane facility (2-lane at each direction) at the entire alignment. the Expressway is expected to contribute for the international transportation of economic triangle (Lao PDR – Cambodia – Vietnam) via East West Economic Corridor (EWEC) to ports in Central areas in Vietnam. and ii) strengthening of institution to manage the expressway transportation system. (c) To Promote Improvement of Environment: Environmental condition alongside NH1A is becoming worse due to heavy traffic volume. The Expressway will contribute for improving environmental condition alongside NH1A by receiving long trip traffic. INTRODUCTION I. one of major reasons of traffic accident on National Highway 1A is considered as “Mixed Traffic. The Expressway will be the pivot of traffic to connect these two regions.” That is mixing of industrial and living transportation. and mixing of bicycle. (d) To Promote Traffic Safety: The alignment of the Expressway passes through two provinces (Quang Nam and Quang Ngai) and Da Nang city with 139. The project According to JETRO Study. The general technical specification of the project is described as in Table I-1 below.Quang Ngai Expressway is designed to receive long trip traffic. the Expressway is also aimed to achieve the following targets: (a) Support Nationwide Socio-Economic Development: According to the logistic survey conducted at the time of JETRO Study in 2007 (JETRO Study). In addition. (b) To Promote Socio-Economic Development of Central Vietnam: The Expressway is considered to play the important role on transportation of goods and passengers in the whole country in combination with National Highway No. Page 7 .1. which will contribute in reducing traffic accidents and congestion Da Nang . Through realizing the scopes. The proposed Da Nang .1A (NH1A).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 I. more than 40% of passing vehicles between Da Nang and Quang Ngai was long trip connecting to the North and the South of Vietnam. mixing of Quang Nam short traffic. motorcycle and vehicle. In addition.Quang Ngai Expressway Project is expected to improve the road transportation system with the scope of i) providing safe and secured transportation for the high speed and heavy vehicles.

285 37.859 66.942 30/4.605. 4 lane expressway (Reservation for 6 lanes future expansion). 120 km/h M 26 Asphalt and concrete Super bridge: 1/100 m2 m2 Set/m Set/m Set/m Set/m Set/m Set/m Interchange Culvert for road Service zone Parking yard Traffic Management Center 12 Facilities Expressway Operation Offices Throughway Toll Barriers Toll station Set Set Set Set Set Set Set Set Quantity in Quang Nam Section 92 (From Km08 to Km100) 4 lane expressway (Reservation for 6 lanes future expansion).425. 120 km/h 26 Asphalt and concrete Super bridge: 1/100 6.198 01/540 09 106 02 04 01 01 02 10 9 Bridge/ culvert 6.587 254/13.109 m 10 11 Tunnel Crossing 01/540 04 68 02 04 01 0 0 05 (Source: Relevance Specified in the Feasibility Study Report of Da Nang – Quang Ngai Project by TEDI.383 02/1.5 Km of Expressway and 8. Item Unit Quantity of total project 139.52 (Including 131.372 1 Road length Km 2 Class of road 3 4 5 6 7 8 Travel speed Width of road base Road surface Frequency of flood return period Land to be permanently acquired House to be demolished Major Bridge Minor waterway Bridge Overpass bridge Viaduct Culvert for waterway 9.02 Km of road connecting to NH1A. February 2010) Page 8 .299 22/2.288 04/2670 72/7.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table I-1: General technical specifications of the project No.

2 Scope of the RAP The Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) summarizes the impacts due to the proposed expressway traversing the province of Quang Nam. approach road etc. The list of districts and communes traversed by the expressway in Quang Nam province is shown in Table I-2. However. approach roads etc. during the implementation phase.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 I. Table I-2: Districts and Communes covered by the Expressway Number 1 District Dien Ban Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc 2 Duy Xuyen 3 Que Son 4 Thang Binh 5 Nui Thanh 6 Phu Ninh 7 Tam Ky city The right of way is 70 m wide. they will be addressed in accordance with the policy provisions specified in the RAP and in compliance with the WB OP Page 9 . The impacts on land acquisition for this RAP are surveyed based on the design of the route of feasibility studies and the cadastral maps of affected communes. Approximately 92 km length of the road alignment crosses through 7 districts covering a total of twenty four communes of Quang Nam Province. Any potential adverse impacts due to the associated structures. if any adverse impacts are identified or any change in the design of associated structures. service areas. are not foreseen at this stage as all the proposed work will be carried out within the existing ROW.

based on their feedback. The impacts on land acquisition will be updated with detailed measurement survey (DMS) after the detailed engineering design is made available and the demarcation of the affected area is marked by the benchmarks on the ground by local authorities and PMU 85. The consultation with relevant parties was also held. 1 Although the modification section is from Km0 to Km16. especially to reduce the number of households that have to be relocated.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 4. Total affected structures in this section were reduced from 171 to only 106. Section from Km0 – Km8 which belongs to Da Nang City is specified in Da Nang RAP. the TEDI design consultant (DC) made adjustment to the alignment at sections: Km0+00 to Km16+00 and Km 60+00 to km 73+00 basing on the Announcement 422/TB-BGTVT signed on September 23. The JETRO Study and the WB Supplemental Study followed the alignment proposed by TEDI in its FS for the section of Quang Nam province. Km21 to Km26. 2009 and Announcement 594/TB-BGTVT signed on September 25. it reduces the number of affected houses significantly. the alignment was adjusted to minimize negative impacts on environment and land acquisition. The changes made to reduce impacts on land acquisition.2. and Thai Cam residential area. Km75 to Km80. Km 58+00 to km73+00. I. 2009 by MOT in order to reduce negative social impacts. and Km83 to Km97) were proposed in order to reduce adverse environmental and social impacts. 2009. As the result of alignment adjustment. number of households have to be relocated is reduced significantly compared to the original alignment proposed by TEDI in its Feasibility Study. By adjusting alignment in this area. From December 10. Km35 to Km43. are summarized below: The original alignment was proposed by TEDI in its Feasibility Study (TEDI F/S 2005) with due examination in order to reduce negative social impacts as well as to realize technical feasibility. Minimizing Land Acquisition and Resettlement Impacts A lot of efforts have been made by technical and social teams as well as local authorities to minimize impacts on land acquisition through different phases of the project study.12. Page 10 . The route of the expressway is shown as Figure I-1 below. Section from Km8 to Km16 An alignment is proposed to avoid Thai Cam industrial zones. As a result the major modifications at the following six sections in Quang Nam province (from Km8 to Km16 1.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan (Draft) – Quang Nam Section June 2010 Figure I-1: The route of the project Page 11 .

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Section from Km 21 to Km 26 With TEDI F/S, the proposed alignment passes through the residential areas by curving along the national railways. The WB Supplemental Study proposed to adjust the route by straightening the alignment and providing a tunnel through a mountain. By adjusting alignment in this area, the number of the affected houses were reduced from original 77 to only 39. Section from Km 35 to Km 43 This section is proposed to be straightened and therefore, several populated areas are avoided compared to the alternative proposed in the FS prepared by TEDI such as Hamlet 3, Hamlet 4, and Hamlet 5 of Phu Tho commune; Quy Thanh village; Quy Xuan village; and Hamlet 1 of Binh Quy commune. Section from Km 58 to Km 73 This section is proposed to avoid cutting across many 500kV high voltage transmission lines, and impacts on temples. Section from Km75 to Km80 The World Bank Supplemental Study, an alignment is proposed to be between TEDI FS and JETRO Study to avoid military facilities. Section from Km83 to Km97 The alignment proposed by TEDI FS and JETRO Study in this area runs parallel with the Chu Lai Open Economic Zone. During the course of discussions among relevant parties, it was confirmed that future expansion of the zone would be secured. Therefore, adjustment of the alignment is proposed in the World Bank Supplemental Study for securing future expansion of the zone.

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II. LEGAL FRAMEWORK
The relevant laws and regulations of the Government of Viet Nam define the legal framework for compensation, resettlement and rehabilitation under the project and the World Bank social safeguards policies. In case of discrepancies between the National laws, regulations, and procedures and WB's policies and requirements, WB's policies and requirements will prevail, consistent with Decree No. 131/2006/ND-CP (which provides that in case of “discrepancy between any provision in an international treaty on Official Development Assistance, to which the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam is a signatory, and the Vietnamese Law, the provision in the international treaty on ODA shall take precedence” -Article 2, Item 5). The same statement was mentioned in the Decree 197/2004/ND-CP on compensation and resettlement when the Government takes over the land for the defense, security purposes, benefits of nation and public works as well as for economic development. Decree No. 17/2003/ND-CP, promulgating the regulation on the exercise of democracy in communes, including requirements for consultation with and participation of people in communes.

II.1. Relevant Vietnamese Legislation
The policies of GOV on compensation, resettlement and assistance have been significantly improved from time to time, especially, 2003; National Assembly passed the date of land law. Many Laws, Decrees, Circulars and amendments to Laws; Decrees issued by the GOV to improve the policies on land acquisition, compensation and assistance. The policies on land acquisition, compensation and assistance have also significantly improved on the requirements of consultation, participation, information dissemination, monitoring and evaluation. For the projects financed by the International Banks, the GOV has also approved for the required waivers to meet with the international standards on involuntary resettlement. Land Law 2003/QH11, providing Viet Nam with a comprehensive land administration law. Decree No. 197/2004/ND-CP dated 3 December 2004, on compensation, rehabilitation and resettlement in the event of land recovery by the State, as amended by Decree No. 17/2006/ND-CP. Decree No. 17/2003/ND-CP, promulgating the regulation on the exercise of democracy in communes, including requirements for consultation with and participation of people in communes.

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Decrees No. 188/2004/ND-CP and 123/2007, specifying the methods for land pricing and land price frameworks in the event of land recovery by the State. Decree No. 84/2007/ND-CP, dated May 25, 2007 supplementary stipulations on issue of LURC, land acquisition, land use right implementation, procedure of compensation, assistance in the event of land recovery by the state and grievance redress. Circular 57/2010/TT-BTC, dated on 16 April 2010 of Ministry of Finance regulating the establishment of cost estimation, use and finalization of expenses for resettlement’s compensation and support in the case of land’s recovery. Circular No. 114/2004/TT-BTC elaborates in detail the methods (direct comparison and income methods) for determining land prices. Decree No. 17/2003/ND-CP, promulgating the regulation on the exercise of democracy in communes, including requirements for consultation with and participation of people in communes. Decree No. 131/2006/ND-CP, on the management and use of Official Development Assistance (ODA). Decree No. 131/2006/ND-CP provides that in case of “gaps between any provision in an international treaty on Official Development Assistance, to which the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam is a signatory, and the Vietnamese Law, the provision in the international treaty on ODA shall take precedence” (Article 2, Item 5). Decree 69/2009/ND-CP to amend for planning on land use, cost for land, land recovery, compensation and resettlement. This Decree requires a lot of assistance to the DPs who are affected by loss of productive land and are left with unviable land holdings; especially households have to relocate and losing the agricultural land. Circular 14/2009/TT-BTNMT dated 01 October 2009 guides on the details of implementing about compensation, resettlement and resettlement assistance, process of land acquisition, land allocation, leasing land. Decision 23/2010/QĐ-UB of Quang Nam People’s Committee, dated 30th September 2010, on compensation and resettlement policy.

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4.3.2. are provided with options that include relocation to an improved site. (b) Where it is not feasible to avoid resettlement. either in policy or practice are compatible with World Bank policy. or a combination of the two. Main gaps between Viet Nam policies and World Bank Policy on involuntary resettlement There are a number of ways in which the approaches of the Vietnam Government. to pre-displacement levels or to levels prevailing prior to the beginning of project implementation. Involuntary Resettlement Policy of the WB (PO 4. whichever is higher. exploring all viable alternative project designs. can negotiate compensation. Vietnam has a process whereby people without legal land rights may meet conditions of legalization and receive compensation for losses up to a rate equal to 100% of land price minus the taxes and fee for land use right registration from 15 October 1993 (Article 42. who satisfy residence conditions in accordance with the provisions of the Decree 197. On the issue of land tenure and the legal right to compensation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 II. Resettlement offer not only better improved infrastructure and social services but represent a higher standard of living. the Government and World Bank approaches are compatible. 3. 49 and 50 of 2003 Land Law) 2. or cash. in real terms.12 . and can appeal. resettlement activities should be conceived and executed as sustainable development programs. (c) Displaced persons should be assisted in their efforts to improve their livelihoods and standards of living or at least to restore them. providing sufficient investment resources to enable the persons displaced by the project to share in project benefits.December 2001) The objective of the policy on involuntary resettlement is: (a) Involuntary resettlement should be avoided where feasible. Page 15 . The most important compatibilities are: 1. II. or minimized. All DPs. Allowances and livelihood support are provided to help DPs in the transition period and there is an institutional structure through which people are informed. Displaced persons should be meaningfully consulted and should have opportunities to participate in planning and implementing resettlement programs.

Compensation at replacement cost is ensured in Article 6 of Decree 197/2004/ND-CP dated December 3rd. cash compensation equal to land use rights value at the time of land acquisition shall be applied. However. 197/2004/ND-CP and No. A comparative analysis between the WB policy and Vietnam’s national and provincial policies together with the policy provisions adapted for the project is provided in Annex A.  Decree 197 recognizes non-legal users or users without papers or documents only if they have been using the land to be affected by a project in a stable manner prior to 15th October 1993. the ‘significance’ of impact is triggered by a loss of 30 percent or more of agricultural land while in OP 4. The main gaps between national and provincial policies and OP 4. 2004 that “people who have land being acquired shall be compensated with land of similar land use purpose.  In accordance with the Vietnamese regulations. constructed in contravention of a land use plan. structures of similar technical standard”. all compensation would be at replacement cost and without any depreciation or deduction for salvaged material. or if they have encroached Page 16 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 5. In the project. However. all the affected users as of the cut-off-date would be entitled to compensation for their affected assets and appropriate relocation assistance. Decree 84/2007/ND-CP. 188/2004/ND-CP.12 the trigger is at a loss of 20 percent or more of productive land.  According to the Decree 197 and Decree 69. there are several gaps in the provisions of the WB policy with those of the Vietnamese regulations and local provincial practices. all households losing their productive land. In the project however.12 on involuntary resettlement of the World Bank are as follows. If there is any difference in value. such difference shall be settled in cash” and Article 19 in the same Decree states that “house and structure of domestic use of household or individual shall be compensated with the value of construction of new house.  Land Law and Decree 197 provide for deductions from both land and assets compensation in a number of circumstances. irrespective of the degree of loss. With the promulgation of the 2003 Land Law and the adoption of Decrees No. would be provided income rehabilitation assistance. If there is no land for compensation. the policies and practices of the Government have become more consistent with WB’s social safeguards policies. houses and structures will not be compensated if they have been constructed without permission. in case of compensation by new land or house. in accordance with the provisions of the WB policy.

 Vietnamese regulations do not fully cover the scope of the vulnerable groups as defined under the OP4. excludes non-registered businesses). the landless.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 upon a demarcated safety protection corridor. women headed households. disable persons). However. summarized above.e.  Decree 197 recognizes businesses or economic entities as DPs only if they hold a business certificate (i. Page 17 . In the project all affected structures would be paid at 100% of their replacement cost. the gaps analyzed above and the measures to address these gaps are also approved by the competent authorities of GOV. assistance for occupational change and job creation is only provided to DPs engaged directly in agricultural production and in cases where more than 30% of their agricultural land is affected.12 on Involuntary Resettlement of the World Bank. will be entitled to additional assistance and employment and income rehabilitation measures. With the approval of this RAP. However. the DPs losing sources of livelihood due to the adverse impacts on business establishments would be provided some assistance for a limited period and assistance in finding alternative employment even if they do not hold employment contract or if the businesses are not registered. Despite the key gaps. the elderly. In the project all affected businesses. in the project all DPs affected by loss of productive land.  Vietnamese regulations provide for compensation at 80% for houses and structures if they have been built on land that is ineligible for compensation. the provisions and principles adopted in the project will supersede the provisions of relevant decrees currently in force in Viet Nam consistent with Decree No. 131/2006/ND-CP on ODA management.  Under Decree 197 and Decree 69. In the project all affected structures would be paid at 100% of their replacement cost. the project provides for additional assistance to the households that fall within the definition of the vulnerable groups (poor households who fall below the poverty line. registered as well as unregistered would be entitled to compensation for losses and other applicable assistance. In the project however.  Decree 197 recognizes DPs losing employment and provide for economic support only if they have employment contract and are employed by a business or economic entity holding a business certificate. irrespective of degree of impact.

RP is prepared in a way to ensure that displaced persons will not be worse off. (ii) if land acquisition impacts are unavoidable. The Project will also provide an opportunity for the local population to derive benefits from it. and (c) those who have no recognizable legal right or claim to the land they are occupying. Persons who occupy the project site after the cut-off date will not be eligible for compensation and relocation assistance. minimize resettlement impacts. upon the possession of documents such as land tax receipts and residence certificates. The cut-off date will be formally declared by the relevant authorities to stakeholders. to achieve the objectives set out in this policy provided that they occupy the project area prior to the cut-off date of the project. Persons covered under (c) are provided compensation at full replacement cost for non-land assets they own and resettlement assistance in lieu of compensation for the land they occupy. Persons covered under (a) and (b) are provided compensation at full replacement costs for the land they lose. Objectives The overall objectives of this resettlement policy are (i) to avoid. or if not. and other assistance. Page 18 . Likewise.2. as necessary. thereby engendering a sense of ownership over this development undertaking. the Project should serve as an occasion for the local population to participate in its planning and implementation.1. (b) those who initially do not have formal legal rights to land or other assets but have a claim to legal rights based upon the laws of the country. payment for non-land assets they own and necessary assistance in cash or in-kind. III. Eligibility: DPs eligible for compensation and rehabilitation will include: (a) those who have formal legal rights to land or other assets.ENTITLEMENT POLICY III. Eligibility to compensation and relocation assistance Cut-Off Date: The cut-off date of the project coincides with the date of commencement of the DMS that will be carried out by project authorities following approval of the RAP by the Government of Vietnam and includes census and inventory of losses (IOL).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 III. Persons who occupy the project area after the cut-off date will not be eligible to any compensation or assistance. or upon permission of local authorities to occupy or use the project affected plots. they should be able to at least maintain or otherwise improve their pre-project living standards and income-earning capacity. rather.

3. (e) For perennial crops. The overall objective is to ensure that the DPs are able to improve or at least restore their livelihood to preproject level.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 III. and as specified in the following sections. based on recent sales in comparable locations with comparable attributes.1.12. (b) Residential land based on actual current market prices that reflect recent land sales. replacement cost is the amount calculated before displacement. based on productive value. aquaculture. and in the absence of such recent sales. age and productive value (future production) at the time of compensation. III. the principles will be as follows: Page 19 . Compensation Principle and Entitlement Compensation policy and entitlements proposed in the project. (f) For timber trees.3. garden and forest) based on actual current market prices that reflect recent land sales in the area. age and relevant productive value at the time of compensation based on the diameter at breast height of each tree. In case of cash compensation. fees and taxes for LURC or in the absence of such sales. (c) Houses and other related structures based on actual current market prices of materials and labor without depreciation or deduction for salvaged building materials and fees. (d) Annual crops equivalent to current market value of crops at the time of compensation. Principles of Replacement Cost All compensation will be based on the principle of replacement cost in cash or in kind. Vulnerable households are provided with additional assistance to meet the above stated objectives. which is needed to replace an affected asset without deduction for taxes and/or costs of transaction as follows: (a) Productive Land (agricultural. In case of in kind compensation. and in the absence of such recent land sales. based on prices of recent sales in comparable locations with comparable attributes. fees and taxes for LURC. cash compensation at replacement cost is equivalent to current market value for each type. cash compensation at replacement cost is equivalent to current market value given the type. take into consideration the Vietnamese national and provincial regulations and provisions of the WB’s OP 4.

the Project will provide rehabilitation allowances for Page 20 . then in addition to cash compensation at full replacement cost for the lost area (or for the entire affected plot if the remaining area of the plot is not economically viable). (iii) if more than 20% of a household’s agricultural land is acquired. or replacement land of equivalent productivity. (ii) if less than 20% of productive land affected rendering the remaning land unviable for continued use.3. cash compensation for the lost land will be give as follows: (a) Legal and legalizable land users: (i) if the portion of the land to be lost represents 20% or less of the total area of the landholding by DP. III.2. with improved or better condition for cultivation compared to that at the time of handing over to the project. If land compensation size is smaller or lower quality. the project. at the request of the DP. (b) Replacement productive land will be of equivalent productive potential and locational advantage similar to the land lost. will acquire entire land holding and the DP will be entitled to assistance and support similar to that in item (iii) below. cash compensation for the lost area at full replacement cost. DPs will be entitled to compensation on cash equivalent for the differences.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (a) Replacement residential land will be of the locational advantage and physical attributes similar to the land lost with equivalent or better access to physical infrastructure and social services. and the remaining plot of land is still economically viable. (d) Either grant with LURC and ownership of building without any taxes fees or if not. However. if land is not available or at the informed request of the DP. The DPs will also be entitled to income rehabilitation assistance as described in itm (iii) below. Compensation policy for agricultural land The DPs will be entitled to the following types of compensation and rehabilitation measures: The general mechanism for compensation of lost agricultural land will be through provision of "land for land" arrangements of equal productive capacity at location satisfactory to the DP. (c) Building and other substructures will be at the replacement conditions. taxes and fees for LURC and ownership of building must be included in the package of compensation to DPs.

they (DPs) will not be compensated for this public land. (b) Users with temporary/ leased rights to use land: (i) The DPs will be refunded the lease payment they have made for the affected portion of the land corresponding to the remaining lease period. at the request of the DP. a rehabilitation/training assistance will be provided to ensure the DPs are able at least to restore or improve their income levels and living standards. in addition to above. In case when the affected persons utilizes the public land (in Right of Way). at the informed request by the DPs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 training/retraining and intensifying of the existing occupation or shifting to new ones. whichever is higher. (ii) if the remaining land is rendered unviable. (ii) For poor and vulnerable households and DPs losing their productive land. that subjects to be recovered under the project. but will be compensated for crops and trees at full market prices. the DPs will receive assistance corresponding to 50% of land replacement cost. Page 21 . credit etc. Additionally. (c ) Land Users without recognized Rights to Use Land (i) In lieu of compensation for land. the project will take back entire land and provide the DP with suitable replacement land at location acceptable to DP. including landless. whichever is higher. allocation of arable land equal to per capita arable land in commune as regulated by Decree 64/1993/CP. the land to the Government. if there no land available for allocation or. Additionally. at the request of the DP. the project will refund the payment made by the DPs corresponding to the remaining lease period. the DPs will be compensated for any investment they have made on the affected land or 30% of the replacement cost of the affected land. The forms of assistance and support would be decided through close consultation with the entitled DPs to ensure appropriate and effective measures assisting the DPs to restore their income generating capacity and income levels. combining with technical assistance such as agricultural extension. with conditions to return. on request. If suitable replacement land is not available. as priority. the project will compensate DP for the investment made on the affected land or 30% of the replacement cost. OR.

with title to the land (plot of 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area). drainage. to water supply. cash assistance equivalent to 60% of the land replacement cost for them to arrange relocation by themselves. The relocation site will be developed with basic infrastructure. repairing cost to restore it to former or better conditions. who do not have legal or legalizable rights to the affected residential land. the project will provide either a residential plot of minimum size at a common RS or on a individual residential plot. can opt to one of the followings: (i) The provision of replacement residential land (plot at the relocation site) of equivalent size. or Cash compensation for entire residential land at full replacement cost and additional assistance for self-relocation equivalent to the unit cost of physical infrastructure invest per plot at the relocation site.4. If house/structure is partially affected.3. (ii) For the DPs.3. the DPs will be compensated for a part of loss of land in cash at the replacement cost and compensation for fully affected structures at full replacement cost. who have legal or legalizable rights to the affected land. For poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same ward/commune. which at least are equal to conditions existed at the former location. III. are entitled to the assistance amount equal to 30% of replacement cost.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 III. Compensation houses/other structures DPs losing houses and/or other structures will be entitled to the following: Page 22 .3. at a similar location and with land title without any cost. (c) DPs losing residential land with structures built thereon and without remaining land sufficient (less than 40 m2 in the urban rural area and less 100 m2 in the rural area) to rebuild on (relocating DP) are entitled to: For the DPs. including access road. access to electricity. or on request of the DPs. Compensation for Residential Land (a) DPs losing residential land without structures: Compensation for loss of land in cash at replacement cost (b) DPs losing residential land with structures built thereon and the remaining land is sufficient (not less than 40 m2 in the urban area and not less 100 m2 in the rural area) to rebuild their house on (reorganizing DP).

5. the project will provide a house/structure repair cost. as well as assistance in identifying alternative accommodation.3. Compensation in cash will be paid to each affected family or to the affected groups.3 miliion /person /month for a duration of 6 months. The amount will be sufficient to rebuild a structure the same as the former one at current market prices. (ii) (iii) (iv) III.3. Compensation for other structures/fixed assets will be at full replacement cost and will be in cash. whichever is higher. according to the full market value of the affected crops and at replacement cost for affected perennial trees (wooden and fruit trees). to enable DPs to restore it to former or better conditions. OR a relocation allowance of 0. Page 23 . relocation.6. Compensation for Graves/Tombs The level of compensation for the removal of graves/ Tombs will be for all costs of excavation. reburial and other related costs (to meet with some traditional custom). Compensation for loss of Standing Crops and Trees For annual and perennial standing crops. but not exceeding rental value for three months. III. The level of compensation will be decided in consultation with the affected families/communities. in addition to the compensation. If house/structure is partially affected and the remaining structure is viable for continued use. regardless of whether or not they have title to the affected land or permit to build the affected structure. regardless of the legal status of the land. who have leased a house for residential purposes will be provided an assistance equal to the remainder of rental contract value. compensation will be paid to households who cultivate the land. Tenants.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (i) For fully affected house (including house whose whole area is affected or partly affected but non-affected part could not be used either because of technical issue or because of inconvenient to use): Compensation in cash for entire affected structures will be provided at 100% of the full replacement cost for materials and labor. and transportation allowance for moving assets. No deductions will be made for depreciation or salvageable materials.

e. then the DPs have option to: (i) Continue using land. Allowance for Business Loss: All affected businesses and production households whose income is affected will be compensated or supported for losses in business equivalent to 50% of their actual annual income i. C. OR. (ii) Give it to the Project and be compensated as permanent loss (b) For residential land: Compensation for all affected movable properties at full replacement cost. plus transportation allowance to remove movable attached assets. Compensation for temporary impact during construction For temporary loss of land and properties. public land or land of enterprises: Allowance equivalent to the minimum salary as per the provincial regulations to affected employees during the transition period for a maximum of 6 months and will be assisted in finding alternative employment. III.7. OR compensation in cash for the affected land at replacement cost. satisfactory to the DP. equivalent to 6 months of average net income: (i) For licensed businesses the compensation will be based on their average yearly income declared with the taxation agency over the previous three years. the project will provide alternative site with locational advantage and physical attributes similar to the land lost with easy access to customers base. B.3.0 mil. If the business has to be relocated.VND/month.8.3. particularly during the implementation phase. and (ii) For unregistered affected businesses the compensation will be based on the income data collected at the the time of DMS but the compensation will not be less than 3. Employees who are affected by acquisition of residential/commercial land acquisition. and if the duration of project's use the land exceed more than two years. (c) For temporary impact on business: Compensation for temporary loss of income. the mechanism for compensating will be: A. Restoration of land to its previous or better quality before handing land over the owner. Restoration of land to its previous or better conditions by providing measures to improve land quality in cases of land being adversely affected or acidified. equivalent an average monthly net income. Compensation for Loss of Income and/or Business/Productive Assets For DPs losing income and/or business/productive assets as a result of land acquisition. Compensation for all Page 24 . DPs are entitled to follows: (a) For arable land: Compensation for the affected harvests of crops/trees at full market prices.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 III.

and for 6 months if the DP has to reorganize on the remaining residential plot. House Renting Allowance to affected owners of Residential Land: 0. water sources. except for poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same ward/commune. for a duration of 06 months. Where damages do occur.5 mil per month. Relocation Allowance: (i) in-district relocation: 3 mil. In addition.3. c. The above mentioned policy also applies to those affected by development of individual resettlement or group resettlement sites.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 affected movable properties at full replacement cost and restoration of land to its previous or better quality. bridges. Assistance for Relocation: All DPs. and (iv) rebuilt on the remaining land: 1. (d) For damages caused by contractors to private or public structures: Under their contract specifications. III. communities. factories. or government agencies following the compensation policy specified in the RAP.5 mil. the project will pay for the difference Page 25 . (v) affected tenant will receive relocation allowance of : 0. Allowances and Rehabilitation Assistance during Transition Period The DPs will be eligible to the following entitlements based on the different impacted categories: A. gravel and borrow pits etc. roads. (ii) out-district relocation: 4 mil and (iii) out-province relocation: 7 mil. where the compensation amount received by a DP is lower than the cost of minimum size of plot at the RS.3.3 mil per person per month. b. damaged property will be restored immediately to its former condition. groups. For impacts on Residential Land: a. the project will ensure that these would be restored or repaired as the case maybe.10. for duration of 12 months if the DPs has to be relocated. at no cost to the community. relocating to RS will be required to pay for the cost of the plot at the RS.35-0. sewage systems is damaged.9 Compensation for Loss of Community Assets In cases where community infrastructure such as schools. the contractors will be required to take extreme care to avoid damaging property and businesses during their construction activities. III. However. the contractor will be required to pay compensation immediately to affected families.

garden land. For impacts on Agricultural Land: a. including: (a) : Affected households losing 20% to 70% of their agricultural land will be assisted for living stabilization for 6 months if the remaning land is vible for continued use. (b) Affected households with more than 70% of their agricultural land acquired will be assisted for living stabilization for 12 months if the remaining land is viable for continued use.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 to enable DPs to get at least the minimum size of plot at RS. and (at 40% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for agricultural land. husbandry etc (Item 4 of Article 20 of Decree 69/2009). B. d.000 VND). Page 26 . Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. the DPs will be assisted with living stabilization support for 12 months. for duration of 04 months. DP will be assisted with seedlings. c. and for 12 months in case the remaning land is rendered unviable and entire land is acquired by the project. In case of land-for-land compensation. Households affected by loss of agricultural land where the remaining land is rendered unviable for continued use (<300 M2) would be provided with a minimum size plot of 100 m2 at the resettlement site. and for 24 months in case the remaining land is rendered unviable and entire land is acquired by the project. agricultural-forestry extension programs. Allowance for Living/production Stabilization (during the transition period): households who lose 20% or more of their agricultural lands affected by the project will be compensated with one time payment at cash equivalent to 30 kg of rice/person/month at local market price (about 300. pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land: Additional assistance (equivalent to 50% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for garden land and pond land. b. (c) households affected by loss of <20% of land and the remaining land is rendered unviable for continued use. The DPs who opt for self-relocation (except those reorganizing on their remaining residential plot) will be provided one-time payment of the amount equivalent to the cost of the developed plot of minimum size at the RS. and if the remaining land is viable for continued use the DPs will be assisted with one time payment at cash equivalent to 30 kg of rice/person/month multiplied with percentage of productive land acquired to total land holding.

000/DP or equivalent to the actual cost of relocation expenses (labor. - - - III. Repair Allowance: If house/structure is partially affected and the remaining structure is viable for continued use. will be provided with additional assistance equivalent to 3 times the compensation amount. assistance through provision of land-for-land with secure tenure at no cost to landless households.000/month to cover the lodging and boarding expenses during the training period. independent business and commercial establishments: VND 3. power and telephone connections at the new site.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 e. transport) opting to transfer to another province.000 VND to cover the cost of domestic water. Every relocating DPs will be provided with a lump-sum one time amount of 3. Transport Allowance for all relocating households. f. irrespective of the degree of impact. transport) if relocating within the Province/City and VND 5. Trainees will be paid a lumpsum allowance of VND 200. they will be given priorities to be recruited in local manufacturing industries.500. Every DP affected by loss of productive land. the project will provide a repair allowance equivalent of 20% of compensation for the affected part of the structure to enable DPs to restore it to former or better conditions. At least 30% of training facilities would be reserved for women.000.3. The DPs participating in such training programs will be exempted from payment of tuition fees. C.000/ DP or equivalent to the actual cost of relocation expenses (labor. After finishing training courses.000. The size of land will not be less than 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area.11. Other Allowances/Assistance: Incentive Bonus: All DPs who vacate the affected land immediately after receiving compensation and allowances will be given an incentive allowance of 3-5 mil VND. or cash equivalent Page 27 . Support for vocational training and job creation: At least one member of households affected by loss of productive land will be entitled to vocational training and assistance in getting employment in the province. Allowances / Assistance Targeted to Vulnerable Households All poor or vulnerable Dps will get additional assistance as described below: (1) For landless households.

if DPs prefer for selfrelocation.5-4. elderly without any source of support) will get the same support (1. Page 28 . ware veterans. wouded or dead soldiers families: 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 to the cost of minimum size of the plot at RS. household with disable person. VND/household) given to poor households in accordance with the provincial policy.0 mil.5-4 mil/HH: (ii) Poor Relocated Household or Poor Household whose 20% or more of their productive land affected or where <20% land affected but the remaining land is rendered unviable: 3-5 mil/HH (to be certified by local authority) (3) Other vulnerable groups (female headed household. (2) Social Policy: (i) Relocated Households including social policy heroic mothers.

84%. There are seventeen districts and towns in the province. 860km from Hanoi to the South and 865 km from Ho Chi Minh to the North.375 billion Dongs. The data on the socioeconomic conditions of the project affected households covered a total of 1. mining products. thus scoring the stable growth of the national economy. In 2008. GDP grew at an average rate of more than 10% in the period 2001-2006 and at 12. the industrial production value is 6.108044’ E. so transportation in this region is particularly difficult. the GDP of the province is 17.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 IV.2. at latitudes of 14 057’. taking 24.16003’N and longitudes of 107012’ . Page 29 .1.451 billion Dongs.5 million.4 km2 with a population of 1. Quang Nam is a province that consider agriculture as the main industry.514 billion Dongs. The selection of households for socioeconomic survey was based on the results of Inventory of loss (IOL). with the sea to the East and with Kon Tum province and Laos PDR to the West.436 households.98% of GDP. following changes in the alignment by TEDI (December 2009) additional survey was carried out during January 2010 based on TEDI adjusted alignment. of which the gross domestic product of Agricultural is 4.874 affected households in the Quang Nam province. General socioeconomic conditions of the Quang Nam Province Quang Nam Province is located in Central Viet Nam. Most of the province’s geographic area is mountainous. Quang Nam lies on rich biological resources.687 billion Dongs taking 38. With the two famous traditional products: the world's highest essential oil content Tra My cinnamon and Ngoc Linh ginseng. with Quang Ngai province to the South. SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS IV. Meanwhile it also pushes forward the development of the industry and infrastructure facilities. It borders with Da Nang city to the North. Survey on the socioeconomic conditions of the project affected households The IOL and socioeconomic survey was originally conducted during December 2008March 2009. The land area of Quang Nam is 10. The socioeconomic household survey accounted for 37 % of the 3. Formal and informal meetings and group discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders including local NGOs was also carried out during the socioeconomic survey. However.7% in 2008. and water energy.438.18 % of GDP and Service production value is 6. taking 36. IV. and households affected severally by loss of agricultural land and businesses.

The average age of the total surveyed population is 36 years old with the average proportion of males is 49.7 3.3 47.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 At the time of survey and information gathering as mentioned above.4 3.9 4.811 48. all respondents are Kinh people. Hence the socioeconomic characteristics of the communities and potential DPs presented below will necessarily be updated after the final detailed designs are completed and the bench marks demarcating for the project boundaries are put on the ground and officially declared to local authorities and local people.8 % and females is 50.357 1. Demographic Characteristics of DPs According to the results of census and IOL for 1.0 4.7 50. The socioeconomic survey also did not indicate presence of any ethnic minorities in the Quang Nam section.3 4.6 1.7 50.9 66.7 52.7 1.0 4.1 Household Size ( %) Less than 4 (persons /HH) 47.6 56.7 2.436 Affected Persons Average household size (person/HH) 4.4 30.811 persons) wh o ar e located in the project affected areas.2 40.9 55.1 47.436 affected HHs (5.5 53.2 4. The detailed Demographic Characteristics of DPs by communes are presented in Annex B.2 49.6 45.1 42.6 50.0 49.314 716 329 871 1.0 50.1.3 51.7 48.2 Page 30 .8 50.3 49.5 34. only the Feasibility Study (FS) was available. Precise affected area has not yet identified and marked on the ground.0 4.2 %.2 Gender Ratio District Population From 5-8 (persons /HH) 46. The average HH size is 4 persons for the whole section.207 17 5.2.2 50.7 More than 8 (persons /HH) 6.7 48.4 50.3 49.8 41. Table IV-1: Demographic Characteristics of DPs (Quang Nam Province Section) Total affected HHs surveyed with census and IOL 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1.1 Male (%) Female (%) Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total 1.7 6.0 4.8 51.8 61. The results of survey from a sample of the project affected households are as follows. IV.3 4.

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Table IV-2: Age structure of surveyed population
Percentage of age group (%) Total affected HHs surveyed Average age of surveyed population From 18 to 35 years old 31.3 34.7 32.2 31.5 37.0 45.0 36.7 36.3 From 36 to 55 years old 26.2 27.4 31.9 24.5 30.8 26.6 37.5 28.6

District

Population

Less 5 years old

From 5 to 18 years old 15.2 13.9 15.3 21.0 12.6 11.0 9.9 14.0

Over 55 years old 20.8 18.1 14.4 16.5 14.3 11.9 11.3 15.3

Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total

295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1,436

1,314 716 329 871 1,357 1,207 17 5,811

37.7 35.3 36 34 35.8 37.4 43 36.4

6.5 5.9 6.2 6.5 5.3 5.5 4.6 5.8

IV.2.2. Educational status The illiteracy rate among survey HHs is 3 . 4 %. About 4 0 . 9 % of the total surveyed population has attained basic secondary education level while 31.1 % of the total surveyed population has attained at least primary education level. The survey found encouraging percentage of the surveyed population (about 19.1%) achieving high school level and just small portion (5.5%) got college or university degree. As for the HHs’ Head, the illiteracy rate is very low, just 0.8 %. 47.7 % of the surveyed HHs Heads has reached primary education. More than 37.3% has got basic secondary education. The details of educational status of analysis on the heads of households and surveyed affected persons are described as in Table IV-3 and Table IV-4 below. The details of educational status by communes are shown in Annex B.

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Table IV-3: Educational status of the heads of householders
Education Level of DP Households Heads District Total Surveyed HH Heads Illiterate (%) Primary Education (%) 44.5 57.0 54.3 38.5 50.0 41.2 55.0 47.7 Basic Secondary Education (%) 45.7 35.6 41.9 51.8 31.1 33.3 20.0 37.3 High School Education (%) 6.9 5.1 3.3 6.6 17.3 21.9 11.2 12.1 College and University (%) 0.5 0.8 0.5 0.9 1.6 3.6 13.8 2.1

Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total

295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1,436

2.4 1.5 0.0 2.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.8

Table IV-4: Education Level of Surveyed DPs
Education Level of DP Population District Total surveyed population Illiterate (%) Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total 1,314 716 329 871 1,357 1,207 4 5,811 6.4 3.7 2.3 2.4 3.3 2.9 3.1 3.4 Primary Education (%) 29.6 36.9 35.7 31.4 31.9 24.9 28.9 31.1 Basic Secondary Education (%) 39.3 38.2 42.5 42.3 36.8 47.5 37.2 40.9 Higher Secondary Education (%) 19.7 15.8 14.8 18.2 22.3 19.1 24.3 19.1 College and University (%) 5 5.4 4.7 5.7 5.7 5.6 6.5 5.5

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IV.2.3. Occupation and Employment The main employment sectors in the project areas include agriculture, business, industry, government services, professional, self-employed, which is shown in the table below. Among them, the agricultural section is the dominant one, which accounts for 64.3% of the employed population. There is no statistic figure for unemployment because except for specific works such as workers, government staffs, etc. people in these areas are listed in agriculture section. The employment details are presented in the Annex B. Table IV-5: Types of employment
District Survey population 1,067 585 259 636 1,112 1,059 4 4,733 Agriculture (%) 62.3 69.9 74.1 67.6 59.8 59.1 66.7 64.3 Business (%) 10.6 4.9 6.2 12.6 9.7 12.8 3.5 9.5 Workers in industry (%) 16.4 12.7 9.5 10.9 10.0 9.8 9.6 11.1 Gov service (%) 1.4 2.5 2.6 2.3 8.4 8.4 12.1 5.4 Profess -ionals (%) 6.9 3.5 4.1 4.9 6.4 4.8 5.9 5.3 selfemployed (%) 0.6 5.0 0.8 0.0 3.5 3.1 1.1 2.4 Other (%) 1.8 1.5 2.7 1.7 2.2 2.0 1.1 2.0

Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total

Note: Survey populations are at the age of 18 to 55 of the surveyed 1,436 households. IV.2.4. Household Incomes More than 64.3 % of the surveyed DPs are engaged in the agricultural sector. From these, it is identified that the primary income of the DPs comes from agricultural activities. The average monthly income of the surveyed HH in affected districts is about VND 843,000 per capita per month, of which Tam Ky city has the highest figure, which is VND 925,000 per capita per month; and Que Son district has the lowest figure, which is VND 819,149 per capita per month. The monthly income per capita by communes is presented in Annex B.

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0 29.0 24. The details of Number of poverty household in each commune are described in the Annex B. About 76.0 24.5.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 IV.1 44.2.6 43. food poisoning.8 % 27.7 50.2.6 44.000 to 500.000 HHs 72 50 25 72 109 97 1 426 % 21.0 23. Findings from the survey show that a considerable high proportion (23.5 26.0 46.000VND per person per month in urban area2.5% of households have their average monthly incomes per capita over VND 200.000 and would need additional assistance to meet the project objectives.7 IV.5 % 51.000 HHs 154 77 37 92 154 156 2 672 Income Capita with More than VND 500.000VND per person per month in rural area and 260. Access to public facilities Health In the affected districts.1 46.000 VND per person per month.8 25. There is a high 2 Source: Decision No 170/2005/QĐ-TTg Page 34 .9 30.5%) of monthly income per capita is less than VND 200. diarrhea.9 43.5 25.1 33. HIV/AIDS is a concern although the reported numbers of affected persons are very limited at present.000 per month. Table IV-6: Number of poverty household base on MOLISA poverty line Total Surveyed HHs Income Capita with Less than VND 200. the most common health problems are flu.9 28. However.9 30. and traffic accident consequences.5 25. since the project predominantly covers rural areas.6.6 31.2 21.436 69 37 22 43 83 83 1 338 District Income Capita from VND 200.000 HHs Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1. the criteria applied to assess the poverty line is 200. Households below Poverty level The poverty line for residents of the Project Area for the period 2006-2010 was set at 200.

0 27. Many adults have only completed 6 years.6 37.1 75. Difficult economic conditions lead to high numbers of children dropping out of school. and there is a hospital in each district.3 71.3 No Periodic health care check (%) 68. or 4 years or only 1 year of primary education. It was learned that there is just about 26.7 80.8% of survey population who work as professional.7 29. The details of the number of HH accessing to public facilities are shown in the Annex B. The lack of high school and of opportunities for non-agricultural employment leads to low motivation for study among the young. Public health centers are presented in each commune.9 24.436 Periodic health care check (%) 31.3 % of the HHs experience with periodic health check. workers and government officer have health insurance.7 Education All communes have kindergartens and a school with primary and lower secondary levels.0 73. However school facilities are poor and many villages are far away from a school.3 18.0 72.4 62. facilities are poor in the main project area and there is a lack of nurses as well as medicine. Page 35 .0 26.7 81. There is only 21. Table IV-7: Percentage of HHs experience with periodic health check in affected area Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total Total Surveyed HHs 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 under-nutrition among children below five years old and comparatively low uptake of contraceptive methods for family planning.3 20. However.

3 4. The detail by communes is shown in Annex B.0 3.7 2.6 0.0 2.7 1.0 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 IV.3 52.7.4 0.3 Latrine with semi septic tank (%) 10. Electricity Hundred percent (100%) of the affected communes are connected to the national power grid with private meter.9 1. Table IV-8: Percentage of HHs has toilet facilities District Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total Total Surveyed HHs 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1.6 43. Sanitation Some 66 % of the DPs have latrine with semi-septic tank and 32. the remaining 1.436 Latrine with septic tank (%) 87.0 32.0 Latrine over pond or river (%) 2. Water is in short supply during the dry season.7 percent of the population are without toilet facilities.3 % use latrine with septic tank.7 0.3 95. Only a few of households have filter and treatment system for drinking water.4 53.2.7 100.0 60.0 66.3 38. Access to utilities and services Water supply None of surveyed HHs is connected to safe water system and all HHs have to use drinking water derived from wells. Poor water supply may be one of the reasons that there is a high incidence of water borne diseases in the area. However the electricity usually interrupted in dry season. dirty during the rainy season.0 45.1 95.7 Page 36 .

0 95.0 33.2 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky city Total Page 37 .7 73.0 62. Ownership of Consumer Goods Most of the population has access to telecommunication systems.5 13.0 61.3 38.7 50.8 59.3 3.3 26.8.5 34.3 HH with motorbike (%) 45.3 55.1 0.8 0.8 HH with washing machine (%) 4.9 HH with Video Player (%) 37.4 6. and about 30 % of the HHs has telephones.0 71.0 28.3 75.436 HH with telephone (%) 44.0 86.0 3.3 HH with TV (%) 87.0 39.7 77.7 37.8 25. Table IV-9: Consumer Goods of the surveyed households Districts Surveyed HH 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1.2.7 34.0 38.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 IV.3 100.3 26.0 29.2 80.0 100.1 2.0 4. for instance.9 % of the HHs has TV. more than 86.0 73.

.763 Households will be impacted on either partially or fully by the loss of houses with the total affected area of houses being 37.858 m2 other land (public land) will be impacted . .886 4.874 Number of affected people 2.There are 771 HHs have to relocate to new places.700.1. Of these: .207 622 114 3. RESETTLEMENT IMPACTS There are a total of 3. of which relocated HHs due to loss of residential land (both with and without structure) are 364 HHs including 25 households affected by loss of businesses.487 2.686.473 Households will be impacted due to the loss of agricultural land with the total area of 2.623 m2.There are 02 collective or public institutions that will be affected by loss of its assets.594 m2. and by loss of agriculture land (407 HHs).556 Page 38 . .878 Households will be impacted by the loss of residential land either partially or fully with the total affected area is 347.923.940 1.874 households in 24 communes of 07 districts of Quang Nam province who will be impacted by land acquisition for the project.138 m2 . Details of land acquisition impacts on the households by communes are shown in Annex C. The number of households affected due to the acquisition of different categories of land in each district is shown in Table V-1 below.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 V.762 m2 of forestry land (Production forestland) will be impacted.753 1.About 1. Table V-1: Number of HHs and heads affected by land acquisition in 07 Districts Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total Number of affected HHs 569 397 502 463 1.459 1.621 410 15. .2. .

307 309.710 595. forestry and living. production forestry land and other land are the main types of land that are lost by the project.467 97.378 241.693 169. land used by Security and national defense offices.762 m2 respectively. agriculture land.927 15.543 1.859 6.762 Loss of other3 types of land (m2) 154. water surface.138 Loss of agricultural land (m2) 612.700. and other specially used land such as land for industrial waste Page 39 .334 712.690.929 627. which is 2.182 19.285 Residential land. Impact on types of land Impacts on the different types of land by districts are shown in Table V-2 below and by communes are presented in Annex C.832 73.170 347.133 842.258 60.106 11. 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Among the 7 affected districts given in the table above.202 20.145 437. which are 1.790 71.602 110.623 m2.644 215.686.762 Total (m2) Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 840.214 2.690. not for agriculture.029 928.856 87.138 m2.128 2. agriculture land lost the highest area compared to others.957 170. Residential land experienced the lowest amount of affected area which is 347.762 m2 and 1. Loss of Agricultural Land The number of households who are affected by the loss of agricultural land (losing more than 20% of the total area of the agricultural land holding) by districts and 3 Other land or Public land is the land that being used for other purposes.836 456.623 Loss of production forestry land (m2) 0 59.794 448. Table V-2: Number of affected area of different land types Loss of residential land (m2) 74. Each types of affected land is discussed detail in the following sections.912 863.331 881.119 34.207 whereas 114 affected HHs were recorded in Tam Ky City which is the lowest number compared to others. which is 1.425. It includes vacant land along roads. cultural and historical relics land. Nui Thanh has the highest number of affected HHs by the project.527 361.233.700. A.686. Forestry land and other land has nearly the same amount of areas that are lost.018 1. Among them.638 11.

the total land holding varies between 1200 m2 to 4000m2 per household.the overall average being 1. varying between 0. Page 40 . on an average the households would have to lose 75% or more of their land holding before the remaining land falls below minimum economic size of 300 m2. Table V-4 presents the total and affected area of agricultural land in the project communes of all the three provinces covered by the project.96% in Quang Nam province . Taking an average household size of 4. However. However.485 households have red book. 2. As discussed above.473 HHs are affected by loss of agricultural land. but are legalizable and are entitled to receive red book.126 HHs lose more than 20% of their land holding and 407 HHs lose more than 70% of their total agriculture land holding. 210 households lose entire land holdings. Of these 407 would lose >70% of their productive land. not many would have their remaining land holding falling below 300 m2. The DPs in this category would also be entitled to additional assistance and income rehabilitation. Even if the lowest land holding of 1200 m2 is considered. Only 407 households would lose >70% of their land holding in this province. The remaining 1719 hh would lose between 20-70% of their land holding. It is therefore safe to assume that the number of households where the remaining land is rendered below 300 m2 is not likely to be more than 400.47%. these HH are not considered as permanent residents of the area and therefore they are not eligible to have red book. the total loss of agricultural land compared to total area of agricultural land in the project communes is minor. Only 1. 791 households have not received red book.12 policy provides for preference to ‘land-for-land’ option to households who are affected by loss of >20% of their productive land.45-4. The average agricultural land holding in the project communes vary between 300 to 1000 m2 per person. Degree of Impact and land-for-land option Although 2473 households are affected by the loss of agricultural land. 347 households are affected by loss of <20% of land holdings. Of the 407 households affected by loss of >70% of agricultural land. As can be seen in the Table V-3 below. there would be very few of these households entitled to land-for-land option OR looking for replacement land because the remaining area of their land would be more than sufficient to support the family. of which 2. Further.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 number of households which fully affected on agricultural land holding (fully affected or the remaining areas are less than 300 m2) are shown as in Table V-3 below. which is endowed with very fertile land and moderate climate. These households are part of annual voluntary migration from other places to the project site. Most of the HHs in the project area have the average amount of 2. this will be verified further when the DMS is completed. A total of 197 households will not be eligible to have red book.000 m2 of agricultural land. Total number of 2126 households fall in this category. The WB’s Op 4.

External monitoring agency will closely monitor the type of assistance sought by the DPs and the level of support provided by the project authorities. issuance of LURCs. or where <20% affected but the remaning land is rendered unviable for economic use (<300m2). will Page 41 . The entitlements to compensation and other assistance to the DPs affected by loss of >20% of their productive land.a). The authorities also confirmed. as outlined in Section III. ii) provide logistical support to relocating DPs when they find replacement land. will be provided with additional assistance equivalent to 3 times the compensation amount.2. However.4 below. Although compensation rates for affected land and other assets would be established based on the Replacement Cost Surveys to ensure that they reflect prevalent market prices. there is significant area of private agricultural land in each project commune. Project authorities have also committed to provide following assistance to DPs who wish to buy agricultural land in communes within and adjoining the project: i) provide information to the DPs on available replacement land and facilitate visit to the area. as well as in other communes adjoing the project area. Every DP affected by loss of productive land. many DPs expressed that it would not be difficult for them to buy private agricultural land (Section VIII. However. Field investigations have revealed that although there are cases of households buying and selling agricultural land holdings in the project area. that can be purchased by the DPs if they so wish on willing-buyer willing-seller basis. iii) facilitate processing of legal documents such as registration. irrespective of the degree of impact. This additional cash amount would ensure that DPs would be able to buy land in private market even if there is marginal rise in land prices. it is recognized that in case of large number of households willing to buy private agricultural land.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 As required by the policy. In Vietnam. The project will also cover the cost of legal documentation if the DPs buy replacement land within 6 months from receipt of compensation for affected agricultural land. During the public consultation exercise.10. the land prices in the market would most likely rise compared to the pre-project level and may in some cases go above the compensation rates DPs receive. and can be seen from Table V.3. district and commune authorities have confirmed that although there is non-agricultural public land in the project communes. people cannot buy/sell agricultural land officially although private deals when done and are routinely regularized by commune authorities. the project is required to offer land-for-land option to these households. these deals are done unofficially. As such project would not be in a position to ‘offer’ land-for-land option to the DPs. there is no public agricultural land available that can be used for replacement land.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ensure that even if the land-for-land option is not made available the DPs would be able to improve. All the DPs exposed by impact other than those considered to be minor. Page 42 . as described in Section III. will have a range of programs.3.10. or at least restore their livelihood to the pre-project levels. to support their full livelihood restoration and assure asset compensation at replacement value.

686.128 2.485 141 111 102 93 201 125 18 791 34 28 24 24 51 32 4 197 Page 43 .307 309.836 456.119 34.70% of the total agricultural land holding Number of HH affected by loss of >70% of the total agricultural land holding Legal status on land use right District Loss of agricultural land (m2) Number of HH affected by loss of Agricultural land Households have Red book Households have not granted with Red book households will not be eligible to have Red book Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 612.378 241.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table V-3: DPs Affected by Loss of Agricultural Land Number of HH affected by loss of <20% of total agricultural land holding Number of HH affected by loss of 20% .719 102 56 59 43 69 66 12 407 265 208 190 173 379 237 33 1.145 437.473 44 52 47 43 94 59 8 347 294 239 210 204 468 269 35 1.623 440 347 316 290 631 394 55 2.710 595.

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Loss of Residential Land Number of households which fully affected on residential plot (fully affected or the remaining areas are less than 100 m2 in the rural area and less than 40 m2 in the urban area) and residential landless households are identified by districts as in Table V-5 below. 364 HHs are fully affected and needed to be relocated and the project has to acquire and compensate for a whole plot. The remaining land is sufficient for them to continue to live there.638 11. of which 514 HHs are partially loss of land both with and without structure.832 73.856 87.258 60.170 347. Table V-5: Number of households affected on residential land by district Number of HH fully affected on residential plot with structure Number of HH fully affected on residential plot without structure 9 5 0 9 7 15 0 45 Number of HH partially affected on residential plot with structure 78 34 32 63 112 118 7 444 Number of HH partially affected on residential plot without structure 12 5 3 9 17 18 6 70 District Loss of residential land (m2) HH affected by loss of residential land Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 74. so that relocation option is not applicable.202 20. 878 HHs are affected by loss of residential land. The compensatory money will be provided to those.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 2.138 154 65 46 139 197 257 20 878 55 21 11 58 61 106 7 319 As can be seen from the Table V-5. Page 46 .182 19.

The numbers of affected HHs due to the loss of forest land under the 135 program would need to be collected at the time of DMS.690. two affected kinds of houses are collected including fully affected and partly affected houses.700. the remaining (20%) is provided to local people through 135 program. but are legalizable to be granted with LURC and 96 households will not be eligible to have LURC because they have changed the use of land from agricultural to non-agriculture without permission.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table V-6: Legal status on land use right Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total HH affected by loss of residential land 154 65 46 139 197 257 20 878 Legal status on land use right Households have households will households have not granted with not be eligible to LURC LURC have LURC 102 37 15 41 16 8 30 9 7 85 42 12 124 50 23 153 75 29 14 4 2 549 233 96 It is identified that there are 549 households have LURC. no households are considered affected by the loss of this land by the project. Loss of Forest Land Total 1. 3. 233 households have not granted with LURC.2). B. However. Page 47 . Loss of Houses Based on impacts of the project. Houses that are collected here including houses in residential land (residential land with structure) and houses in business households. Each kind of house is concretely discussed in the following subsections. Loss of Other Land There are 1. Ttherefore.762 m2 of ‘other land’ affected by the project. this category of land is public land. 4. they will be compensated based on the agriculture land use according to the Decision 29/2008/QD-UBND of Quang Nam PPC dated on 26th August 2008. Impacts on Structures 1. Most of them are the production forest (details in table 5. When these HHs are affected by the land acquisition. About 80% of forest land belongs to public forest.762 m2 of forest land are lost due to the project implementation.

. tile roof.House class 4: House with brick or wood structures.House class 1: House with brick and concrete structures. of which 9. Class 4 and temporary house are of the lowest quality in terms of use of building material and condition. The losses of houses by communes are described in Annex C. The total affected area is 22. of which: . 1. bad living facilities. Page 48 .037 m2. followed by 7. of HHs who are fully affected on houses 55 21 11 58 61 106 7 319 Number of fully affected houses 55 21 11 58 61 106 7 319 Classes Class 1 7 3 0 3 4 9 0 26 4 Districts Class 2 3 5 3 13 21 38 1 84 Class 3 1 1 2 1 3 2 0 10 Class 4 24 8 4 30 31 48 6 151 Temporary house 20 4 2 11 3 9 0 49 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 4 The classes of house is specified in Circular No. which is also the number of affected houses.718 m2 of class 1. 07/LB-TT dated 30 September 1991. bathrooms. There are no houses on non-residential land. These households would be entitled to relocation as the remaining residential land would not be of minimum size for for continued use and reconstruction of houses. toilet.054 m2 of class 2 houses. living facilities are less complete and convenient than house class 1. electricity and water…).House class 2: House with brick and concrete structures.563 m2 belongs to class 4 houses. These houses consist of 5 types depending upon their construction types.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Fully affected houses. 2. . normal living facilities. . The number of HHs who are fully affected due to the loss of houses is 319. Table V-7: Fully affected houses by districts (fully affected area or partially acquired by the project but the remaining area unviable for use) Total No. fibro or tile roof. complete and convenient living facilities (such as Kitchen.House class 3: House with brick structures.717 m2 of temporary houses and finally is 985 m2 of class 3.

933 480 22.769 4.781 3.943 2.453 7.2 Partially impacted houses The total number of households who are partially affected by the loss of houses and the numbers of affected houses of each types and their areas are shown in Table V-9 and Table V-10 below.717 2 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 1.037 Affected area (m ) Class 1 720 295 0 330 425 948 0 2.563 Temporary house 696 132 76 374 104 335 0 1.423 679 3.955 390 9.050 1.718 Class 2 249 396 233 1. Table V-9: Partially affected houses by districts Districts Total No.950 1.255 90 7.300 1.560 520 245 1.054 Class 3 75 80 125 65 200 440 0 985 Class 4 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table V-8: Area of fully affected houses according to each house class Districts Total Affected 2 area (m ) 3. of HHs who are partially affected on houses 78 34 32 63 112 118 7 444 Number of partially affected houses 78 34 32 63 112 118 7 444 Classes Class 1 8 2 0 4 4 25 0 43 Class 2 1 12 7 21 28 49 0 118 Class 3 2 6 7 6 2 5 0 28 Class 4 67 14 18 32 73 39 7 250 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total Page 49 .

Areas or numbers of each affected types in district level are concretely discussed in the table below. These partially affected houses will received the compensation at replacement cost for the affected area plus Repair Allowance equivalent to 20% of compensation for affected structure. Brick wall fence (4.114 m2). Loss of Other Structures Structures include kitchens (which are separated from living houses). which will enable them to improve their housing condition.231 3. other structures with fibro cement font cover.715 985 945 2. The losses of other structures by communes are described in Annex C.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table V-10: Area of partially affected houses according to each house class Districts Total Affected 2 area (m ) 2.949 m2.555 1. graves. Houses for poultry (which is 5. The total affected area is 15. 2.498 Class 2 40 430 260 822 1.417 2 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total There are 444 households whose their houses are partially affected. Class 4 houses attribute to the highest number of affected houses with 250 houses. subhouse with fibro cement font cover (5.488 Class 3 40 110 139 260 92 180 0 821 Class 4 2.365 245 8. and finally.522 m2). iron gate.224 m2.274 245 15. which also the number of affected houses. Houses for poultry.737 and 404 respectively. Page 50 . which are 11. No temporary houses were recorded by partially loss.042 1. wells.345 400 546 961 2.429.224 Affected area (m ) Class 1 290 45 0 188 140 835 0 1. cement Playground.829 4.077 m2). brick wall fence. The number of graves and well are considerable high. the lowest affected areas belongs to iron gate with 1. followed by the area of kitchen (which is 7. Cement ground has the highest affected areas. which are 3.927 m2).894 0 4.

793 51 11.213 578 1.980 288 509 7 4.077 1.204 79 62 15 5.552 243 251 114 660 58 102 1 1.300 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table V-4: Loss of other Structures Houses for poultry (m2) Other structures with Fibro cement font cover (m2) Cement Playground (m2) Brick wall fence (m2) Number of Graves Districts Kitchen (m2) Iron Gate (m2) Number of Well Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 4.927 829 855 84 3.949 730 753 285 1.010 3.018 14 5.737 103 41 4 112 47 94 3 404 Page 51 .570 544 942 9 7.445 324 93 1.567 545 142 1.128 1.255 323 3.217 1.429 648 608 252 775 691 700 63 3.

473 households.445 The number of households affected by the loss of crop areas and those affected by the loss of agricultural land are the same i.969 6.580 963.860 31. 2.7 million trees in kind of acacia. 72.771 205.235 96. a total of 878 households are affected by loss of over 1. eucalyptus.461 387.848 6.815 2.630 m2 of land under rice crop.201 205.254 506.111 263. and trees in both agriculture land and residential land. therefore.263 1.595 3. There are 2.169 19.630 79.995 825 645 1. Loss of Business and Employment Business here are small shop including vegetable shops.961 406.262 77.437 349.944 9.327 trees of acacia and 963. do not hire employee to support their business.445.703 10.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 C.e.701 29. These business HHs are run by their members in the houses.841 42.295 4.323 371.102 371. the affect to employees are not present.757 10. acacia. The number of other affected trees are 11.983 810 72.711 192.367 92.390 6.370 40.460 59.360 210 11.283. These affected households (25 HHs) are eligible to organize on Page 52 .123 63.335 m2 of land under sugar cane. Table V-5: Impacts on annual crops and trees by Districts Districts Rice (m2) Maize (m2) Sugar cane (m2) 13. groceries and others essential things for life.335 Acacia (tree) 0 25.009 2.327 Eucalyptus (tree) 88. and of trees are sugar cane. D. 731.579 56. of which 25 will have to be relocated.735 Number of other trees Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 520. In addition. There are 34 small scale businesses (independent shop) are affected. The main types of crops including rice and maize. eucalyptus and other trees. Impacts on crops and trees Crops are raised in agriculture land.263 m2 of land under maize crops. 349.458 731.283.245 97.735 trees of eucalyptus will be affected.

The data on affected major business and manufacturing establishments.300.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 a resettlement site or in a market area. especially 4.422.5 million VND per household per month was recorded in Que Son district. the monthly average income of each household is about 2. 18 businesses are registered while the remaining 16 are un-registered. The assistance is provided to those households depending on the total of the areas that they loss and dependence on business income.000 0 2.160.824 Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 3 3 5 4 9 10 0 34 3 2 3 1 5 4 0 18 Page 53 . both registered and un-registered. Affected Small Scale Business household Number of affected business HH Number of affected business HH who have to relocated 2 1 5 2 7 8 0 25 Number of Registered business HHs Number of NonRegistered business HHs 0 1 2 3 4 6 0 16 Average Incomes of affected business House (VND/HH/month) 2.333 3. If their incomes are diversity (mean that they have other income except for business like income from agriculture. which is the highest figure among 7 affected districts.5 million VND.333 2.). was not collected at this time. etc.222 2. the assistance is different from the HHs whose income just originated from business. The rest households (9 HHs) are partly affected by the project.283. These will receive compensation in accordance with the provisions of the compensation policy.500 2. Table V-6.437.000 1. The income of HHs are quite high. Of the affected small-scale household businesses.333. The data would need to be collected during the DMS period.333. The remaining areas of their shops are large enough for them to continue their business.

However. a household will receive support/assistance for only one criteria.. Most of the these households fall in more than one category. Among 7 affected districts.Eighteen telephone poles. Page 54 .five 0. F. Impacts on Collective assets and public works All the collective assets and public works are affected by the project need to be relocated. Table V-7: Affected vulnerable households Districts Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total Number of HH is under the poverty line set forth by MOLISA 69 37 22 43 83 83 1 338 Number of HH covered under social policy 45 35 55 31 50 62 16 294 Number of femaleheaded HH 69 51 69 71 77 115 19 471 5 Social Policy households are those with heroes – mother..Eight 35 kV electricity poles . female headed HHs (471 HHs) and those eligible to the social policy5 of the Government (249 HHs). . Impact on vulnerable people Vulnerable groups include HHs who are under the poverty line set forth by MOLISA (338 HHs) .One 500KV electricity pole in Tam Thai commune.Thirty. and/or with member who lay down one’ life for country and/ or wounded in the war. belonging to Quang Nam post office. Phu Ninh district . Thus the maximum number of households that can be classified as vulnerable would be 471. Duy Trung contains the highest number of HHs in each vulnerable groups. 62 HHS have problems with social policy and number of female headed HHs are 115. and .Eleven 10kV electricity poles. which is 126 HHs who are under the poverty line set forth by MOLISA.Five 220 kV electricity poles in Dien Ban district .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 E. including: .4kV electricity poles All these electricity poles belong to Quang Nam electricity.

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Presently, the information on households incomes and below poverty line and those falling in the category of vulnerable people is based on the sample survey. However, in order to determine the total number of such households for entitlements, the aggregate numbers would need to be collected at the time of DMS. G. Relocation Requirements Based on data given above, Table V-8 below indicates the number of HHs that need to be relocate due to the loss of residential land, or entitled to receive a minimum land plot by loss of agriculture land, and by loss of structures and businesses. As can be seen from the table, there are 796 would be entitled to relocation and are entitled to receive plots at the RS. Of these, 364 households are affected by loss of residential land (both with and without structures). 25 of these households would be provided space for carrying out business activities at the resettlement sites. Additionally, 407 households affected by loss of agricultural land where the remaining land is rendered unviable for use (<300 M2) will receive minimum size plots of 100 m2. Table V-8: Number of Household Are Entitled to Receive Land Plot in Resettlement Sites
Number of HH who have to relocated due to loss of residential land with structure 55 21 11 58 61 106 7 319 Number of HH who have to relocated due to loss of residential land without structure 9 5 0 9 7 15 0 45 Number of HH who are entitle to get land plot in resettlement site due to loss of agricultural land 102 56 59 43 69 66 12 407 Total No. of HHs who have to be relocated or entitled to receive a minimum land plot 166 82 70 110 137 187 19 771

Districts

Number of affected business HH

Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total

2 1 5 2 7 8 0 25

During the consultations with the DPs many relocating households, specially those affected by loss of residential land, have shown preference for self-relocation. Actual number of DPs opting for project sponsored RS would therefore be much smaller than estimated above and will be finalized following more consultations, after completion of the DMS.

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Summary of Impacts Based on the description of impacts in the previous sections, the summary is presented in the Table V-9 below: Table V-9: Summary of Impacts
Number I 1 2 3 4 II 1 2 3 4 5 6 III 1 2 3 IV V VI Item Land Agricultural land Residental Land Production forest land Other land Structure House Class 1 House Class 2 House Class 3 House Class 4 Temporary House Other Structure Crops and trees Crops Forest trees Other Trees Loss of Business Collective assets and public works Relocation Requirement 2,473 878 34 electricity poles Telephone poles 771 m
2

Number of Affected HHs

Unit

Quantity

2,473 878 Number of HHs to be collected at DMS -

m m m m

2 2

2,686,623 347,138 1,700,762 1,690,762

2

2

69 202 38 401 52 763

m m m m m m

2 2 2 2 2 2

4,216 11,542 1,806 17,980 1,839 39,095

2,686,623 1,695,062 1,706,507 1,837,143 43 12 -

Tree Tree VND/HHs/ Month Number Number -

Entitlement Matrix The entitlement matrix for compensation and relocation is described as in Table V.17 below.

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Table V.17: Entitlement Matrix
Type of Loss/ Impacts 1. Productive Land (Agricultural, Aquaculture etc.) either in or out of the residential area. Application 1.1. Marginal loss (<20% of land holding) Single affected plot: The remaining area of affected plot is still economically viable (>300 m2) for use or meets the expected personal yield. Eligible Persons (a) Owners of land with (i) LURC (Red book) or (ii) in the process of acquiring LURC or (iii) are eligible to acquire LURC according to the regulations of GOV. 244 DPs (b) Users with temporary or leased rights to use land. 76 DPs - The DPs will be refunded the lease payment they have made for the affected portion of the land corresponding to the remaining lease period. Additionally, the DPs will be compensated for any investment they have made on the affected land or 30% of the replacement cost of the affected land, whichever is higher. - if the remaning land is rendered unviable, at the request of the DP, the project will take back entire land and provide the DP with suitable replacement land at location acceptable to DP. If suitable replacement land is not available, at the request of the DP, the project will refund the payment made by the DPs corresponding to the remaining lease period. Additionally, the project will compensate DP for the investment made on the affected land or 30% of the replacement cost, whichever is higher. (c)Land Users without recognized Rights to Use Land 27 DPs 1.2. Loss (>20%) Fully (a) Owners of land (i) with - if more than 20% of a household’s agricultural land is DPs will receive assistance corresponding to 50% of land replacement cost. In addition to above, rehabilitation/training assistance will be provided. Entitlements - Cash compensation at replacement cost (free from taxes and transaction costs) for the affected area of the land. - For non-land assets: See the subsequent Items of compensation for other assets below. Implementation Arrangements - Process of preparing application dossier and obtain decision on land recovery, information publicize/ dissemination (DMS, compensation and assistance package (Compensation Plan), compensation payment etc.,) followed the Articles 53, 55, 57 and 58 of Decree 84/2007 and Articles 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 of Decree 69/2009. - Affected households to be notified at least ninety days before land recovery by the Project (Land law-2003; Article 39- Item 2). The owner of land will hand over the land within 20 days from the date PMU 85 fully pays compensation for land (Article 58 of Decree 84/2004). For poor and vulnerable, affected farmers, including landless, allocation of arable land equal per capita arable land in commune as regulated by Decree 64/1993/CP, or if there no land available for allocation or, on the DPs’ request as informed choice. This considered as a similar

2,473 DPs

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pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land: Additional assistance (equivalent to 50% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for garden land and pond land. Eligible Persons LURC. .126 DPs Page 58 . credit etc.Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. DP will be assisted with seedlings. The owner of land will hand over the land within 20 days from the date PMU 85 has paid compensation and other allowances in full. January 2011 Entitlements acquired. Implementation Arrangements principles said in Decree 197/2009 and Article 16 of Decree 69/2009 ND-CP of GoV . Article 39.Other assistances which each province or city could decide based on the locality conditions (Article 23 of Decree 69/2009). agricultural-forestry extension programs. The forms of assistance ans support would be decided through close consultation with the entitled DPs to ensure appropriate and effective measures assisting the DPs to restore their income generating capacity and income levels. garden land. .Assistance for changing job. or (ii) In the process of acquiring LURC. husbandry etc (Item 4 of Article 20 of Decree 69/2009).Item 2). This will be determined by the DCSCC and concurred with by the affected household during DMS). then in addition to cash compensation at full replacement cost for the lost area (or for the entire affected plot if the remaining area of the plot is not economically viable). or replacement land of equivalent productivity.Affected households to be notified at least ninety days before land recovery by the Project (Land law-2003. the Project will provide rehabilitation allowances for training/retraining and intensifying of the existing occupation or shifting to new ones. 715 DPs As the same policy mentioned for categories 1. employment with cash either at three (03) times of compensation for agricultural land or allocated with one plot or apartment or business land plot. . .In case of land-for-land compensation. combining with technical assistance such as agricultural extension. . . and (at 40% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for agricultural land. or (iii) Eligible to acquired LURC.Assistance for stabilizing the livelihood (Item 2 of Article 17 of Decree 69/2009).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application affected plot or where <20% land affected but the remaning land is rendered unviable Affected plots: To be fully acquired if the remaining land is no longer viable for continued use or does not meet the expected yield. 1.241 DPs 2.1 (b) above. (b) Users with temporary or leased rights to use land.For non-land assets: See the entitlement for non-land assets is described as in next items below..

or(iv) Those covered by customary rights. It is proposed that in the urban area. If house/structure is partially affected. Page 59 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application Eligible Persons (c)Land Users without recognized Rights to Use Land 170 DPs 2.For the portion to be acquired permanently: Cash compensation at replacement cost (free from taxes and/or transaction costs). . As the same policy mentioned for categories 1.e. see the entitlement for other non-land assets describe in items below.Item 2). such as members of ethnic minority groups.DPs losing residential land with structures built thereon and the remaining land is sufficient (not less than 40 m2 in the urban area and not less 100 m2 in the rural area) to rebuild their house on (reorganizing DP). Article 39. The owner of land will hand over the land within 20 days from the date PMU 85 fully pays compensation for land. 878 DPs . Implementation Arrangements . 315 DPs January 2011 Entitlements . This will be determined by the DCSCC and concurred with by the affected household during the DMS. repairing cost to restore it to former or better conditions. Marginal loss (i. .Affected household to be notified at least 180 days before land recovery by the Project (Land law-2003. non-affected residential area is not 2 less than 100 m and the shape of the remaining plot are acceptable for DP to rearrange the house. Residential Land and joint garden. the DPs will be compensated for a part of loss of land in cash at the replacement cost and compensation for fully affected structures at full replacement cost. 2.1. land is still viable for use and not requiring relocation).1 (c) above.For non-land assets.. 514 DPs (a) Owners of land with (i) LURC or (ii) in the process of acquiring LURC or (iii) are eligible to acquire LURC according to the regulations of GOV. the nonaffected residential area is not less than 40 2 m and in the rural area.

Loss of productive land with remaining land unviable for continued use (i. 137 DPs (c)Land Users without recognized Rights to Use Land. or (iv) Those covered by customary rights. DPs will not be compensated for illegal land loss .If the selling cost of plot(s) at the new site is more than the value of the affected residential land. or (ii) Cash compensation for entire residential land at full replacement cost and additional assistance for self-relocation equivalent to the unit cot of physical infrastructure invest per plot at the relocation site. If the plot(s) at the new site is equal the value of affected residential land. access to electricity. to water supply. If the Page 60 . the nonaffected residential 2 area is less than 40 m and in the rural area. Article 39. which at least are equal to conditions existed at the former location. 62 DPs 2. This will be determined by the DCSCC and concurred with by the affected household during DMS. at a similar location and with land title without any cost.DPs who reorganize will be compensated for temporary land loss at 30% of replacement cost . It is proposed in the urban area. 234 DPs January 2011 Entitlements . land no longer viable for continued use and the entire property to be acquired).2.Item 2). the project will provide either a residential plot of minimum size at a common RS or on a . drainage. such as members of ethnic minority groups.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application Eligible Persons (b) Users with temporary or leased rights to use land. For poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same ward/commune.e.. DPs receive new plot at the new site without any balance. including access road. The owner of land will hand over the land within 20 days from the date PMU 85 fully pays compensation for land. The process of compensation a plot at the resettlement site will be as follows: .Repair cost for partially affected structures or subsistence allowance for fully affected structures. Implementation Arrangements DPs losing residential land with structures built thereon and without remaining land sufficient (less than 40 m2 in the urban rural area and less 100 m2 in the rural area) to rebuild on (relocating DP) are entitled to: (i) The provision of replacement residential land (plot at the relocation site) of equivalent size. DPs receive new plot at no additional cost (Item 1 of Article 19 of Decree 69/2009). (a) Owners of land with (i) LURC or (ii) in the process of acquiring LURC or (iii) are eligible to acquire LURC according to the regulations of GOV.Affected household to be notified at least 180 days before land recovery by the Project (Land law-2003. The relocation site will be developed with basic infrastructure. non-affected residential area is less 2 than 100 m .

Implementation Arrangements plot(s) at the new site is less than the value of affected residential land. commune and DPs then needs an approval of district PC. For the DPs. cash assistance equivalent to 60% of the land replacement cost for them to arrange relocation by themselves. with titled to the land (plot 2 of 40 m ).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application 364 DPs Eligible Persons January 2011 Entitlements individual residential plot. cash assistance equivalent to 60% of the land replacement cost for them to arrange relocation by themselves. with title to the land (plot of 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area). For poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same as their affected ward/commune. as their informed choice. the project will provide either a residential plot of minimum size at a common RSs or an individual resettlement site. who do not have legal or legalizable rights to the affected land. who do not have legal or legalizable rights to the affected land. an assistance amount corresponding 60% of the land replacement cost for them to rearrange relocation by themselves. DPs will receive plot and the difference in cash. are entitled to the assistance amount equal to 30% of replacement cost. are entitled to the assistance amount equal to 30% of replacement cost. For poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same ward/commune. Detailed regulation on plot allocation will be developed by PMU 85 and DCSCC through consultation with district. (b) Users with temporary or leased rights to use land. or on request of the DPs. with title to the land (plot of 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area). Page 61 . The planning and detailed design for the relocation sites will be done by consultant of PMU 85 in consultation with stakeholders and then approved by the PC of Quang Nam Province. or on request of the DPs. 96 DPs (c)Land Users without recognized Rights to Use Land 34 DPs For the DPs. the project will provide either a residential plot of minimum size at a common RS or on a individual residential plot. or on request of the DPs.

Marginal impact (i. with or without building permit. .. require no relocation.e.Tenants. 444 DPs 3. . and transportation allowance for moving assets. unaffected portion of the house is still viable for use and could be remained from the technical viewpoints.3 miliion /person /month for a duration of 6 months.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts 3. Structures Application 3. The indicators for a marginal impact on house will be determined by the DCSCC with the technical assistance from District or Provincial Construction Department and concurred by the commune authorities and affected household during the DMS..Compensation for other structures/fixed assets will be at full replacement cost and will be in cash. as well as assistance in identifying alternative accommodation. who have leased a house for residential purposes will be provided an assistance equal to the remainder of rental contract value.2. whichever is higher.1.For allowances see from subsequent items below. 763 DPs . Implementation Arrangements The calculation of rates will be based on the actual affected area and not the useable area. Severe impact (i. but not exceeding rental value for three months. regardless of whether or not they have The calculation of rates will be based on the actual affected area and not the useable area.If house/structure is partially affected and the remaining structure is viable for continued use. . Page 62 . therefore.e. the project will provide a house/structure repair cost. with or without building permit 319 DPs Eligible Persons Owners of the structures with or without acceptable proof of ownership over the land. to enable DPs to restore it to former or better conditions. 444 DPs January 2011 Entitlements . OR a relocation allowance of 0.For fully affected house (including house whose whole area is affected or partly affected but non-affected part could not be used either because of technical issue or because of inconvenient to use): Compensation in cash for entire affected structures will be provided at 100% of the full replacement cost for materials and labor. Two cases could be (i) The Owners of the structures with or without acceptable proof of ownership over the land. in addition to the compensation for affected portion at replacement cost . house is partially acquired by the project but no longer viable for continued use or the entire structure is acquired).

Tenants. . or damage to assets 763 DPs Owners regardless of tenure status 3. 3. . latrine. whichever is higher. cash compensation at replacement cost equivalent to current market value given the type.For perennial crops trees.For allowances see from subsequent items below. yard.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application remaining residential land is sufficient for reconstructed of the house (equal or more 2 than 100 m in the 2 rural area and 40 m in the urban area) or (ii) residential land is less 2 than 100 m in the 2 rural area and 40 m in the urban area (considered not convenient to rebuild the house). Implementation Arrangements 319 DPs 4. .Annual crops and aquaculture products equivalent to current market value of crops/aquaculture products at the time of compensation. Owners of the structures with or without acceptable proof of ownership over the land. fence. with or without building permit. so that HH has to move to new site. No deductions will be made for depreciation or salvageable materials. age and productive value (future production) at the time of DPs will be given notice several months in advance regarding evacuation. etc) 763 DPs 5.3 miliion /person /month for a duration of 6 months. as well as assistance in identifying alternative accommodation. who have leased a house for residential purposes will be provided an assistance equal to the remainder of rental contract value. or damage to assets. OR a relocation allowance of 0. .351 DPs .Compensation for other structures/fixed assets will be at full replacement cost and will be in cash. Crops and Trees.351 DPs Loss of. 763 DPs Cash compensation based on current market prices of materials and labor without depreciation or deductions for salvaged building materials The calculation of rates will be based on the actual affected area and not the useable area. and transportation allowance for moving assets. but not exceeding rental value for three months. Page 63 .Secondary Structures (kitchen. Crops grown after issuance of the deadline will not be compensated. The amount will be sufficient to rebuild a structure the same as the former one at current market prices. Eligible Persons January 2011 Entitlements title to the affected land or permit to build the affected structure. aquaculture products Loss of. barn.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts 3. and for 12 months in case the remaning land is rendered unviable and entire land is acquired by the project. ward. or damage to.000 VND). district.All costs of excavation.351 DPs Application Eligible Persons compensation. Loss of Income/ Livelihood due to loss of productive land 155 DPs Impacts due to permanent loss of 20% or more of their total productive land or where <20% land affected but the remaining land is rendered unviable. Either (i) Cash compensation to cover the cost of affected assets or (ii) in kind compensation based on the negotiation between DCSCC and commune authorities or with owner of the collective assets. commune. of (iii) are eligible to acquire LURC. provincial government unit Loss of. and (iv) affected households with lease agreement over the affected land 2. or damage to assets Owners of assets Either in (i) cash compensation to cover the cost of restoring the facilities or (ii) in kind compensation based on the negotiation between DCSCC and owners of assets. 155 DPs 9. and for 24 months in case the remaining land is rendered unviable and entire land is acquired by the project.126 DPs Page 64 .126 DPs 2.Graves/ Tombs Have to move graves or tombs the Affected households group of HHs or Loss of. (c) households affected by loss of <20% of land and the remaining The amount will be given in tranches every 6 months to coincide with the cropping season while affected households are taking part in the income restoration program in order to restore their pre-project income/livelihood. relocation and reburial will be reimbursed in cash to the affected family.Public Facilities none 7. . Communalowned assets.126 DPs 2. assets 02 DPs Village. January 2011 Entitlements Implementation Arrangements .Graves to be exhumed and relocated in culturally sensitive and appropriate ways. (ii) in the process acquiring LURC. collective assets 02 DPs 8. including: (a) : Affected households losing 20% to 70% of their agricultural land will be assisted for living stabilization for 6 months if the remaning land is vible for continued use. Allowance for Living/production Stabilization: households who lose 20% or more of their agricultural lands affected by the project will be compensated with one time payment at cash equivalent to 30 kg of rice/person/month at local market price (about 300. . 155 DPs Owners of land (i) with LURC.Timber trees based on diameter at breast height at current market value 6. (b) Affected households with more than 70% of their agricultural land acquired will be assisted for living stabilization for 12 months if the remaining land is viable for continued use.

Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. and if the remaining land is viable for continued use the DPs will be assisted with one time payment at cash equivalent to 30 kg of rice/person/month multiplied with percentage of productive land acquired to total land holding. husbandry etc (Item 4 of Article 20 of Decree 69/2009). Every DP affected by loss of productive land. Households affected by loss of agricultural land where the remaining land is rendered unviable for continued use (<300 M2) would be provided with a minimum size plot of 100 m2 at the resettlement site. garden land. for duration of 04 months. they will be given priorities to be recruited in Implementation Arrangements Page 65 . and (at 40% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for agricultural land. DP will be assisted with seedlings. Support for vocational training and job creation: At least one member of households affected by loss of productive land will be entitled to vocational training in the province.000/month to cover the lodging and boarding expenses during the training period.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application Eligible Persons January 2011 Entitlements land is rendered unviable for continued use. After finishing training courses. pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land: Additional assistance (equivalent to 50% of the cost of compensation for the adjacent residential plot) for garden land and pond land. The DPs participating in such training programs will be exempted from payment of tuition fees. Trainees will be paid a lump-sum allowance of VND 200. agricultural-forestry extension programs. irrespective of the degree of impact. the DPs will be assisted with living stabilization support for 12 months. will be provided with additional assistance equivalent to 3 times the compensation amount. In case of land-for-land compensation.

Implementation Arrangements 10. 34 DPs Impacts on shops or other types of services 25 DPs Relocating shop owners regardless of tenure status. public land or land of enterprises: Allowance equivalent to the minimum salary as per the provincial regulations to affected employees during the transition period for a maximum of 6 months and will be assisted in finding alternative employment. Page 66 .e.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section Type of Loss/ Impacts Application Eligible Persons January 2011 Entitlements local manufacturing industries. At the time of compensation. and (ii) For unregistered affected businesses the compensation will be based on the income data collected at the the time of DMS but the compensation will not be less than 3. DPs will be given priority for business relocation along highway. equivalent to 6 months of average net income: (i) For licensed businesses the compensation will be based on their average yearly income declared with the taxation agency over the previous three years. plus transportation allowance to remove movable attached assets. satisfactory to the DP.VND/month. the mechanism for compensating will be: (i) Allowance for Business Loss: All affected businesses and production households whose income is affected will be compensated or supported for losses in business equivalent to 50% of their actual annual income i. communal roads and along canals near the bridges or footbridges in order to maximize their benefit from business opportunities. OR compensation in cash for the affected land at replacement cost. Loss of Income/ Livelihood due to relocation of business Marginal Impacts 9 DPs Owner of business. (ii) Employees who are affected by acquisition of residential/commercial land acquisition.0 mil. the project will provide alternative site with locational advantage and physical attributes similar to the land lost with easy access to customers base. 9 DPs the affected For DPs losing income and/or business/productive assets as a result of land acquisition. 25 DPs If the business has to be relocated. allowances will be adjusted to account for inflation.

ware veterans. assistance through provision of landfor-land with secure tenure at no cost to landless households. if DPs prefer for self-relocation. heroic mothers.5-4. 12. household with disable person. If the household eligible to more than one additional support allowance for the vulnerable people.For landless households. or cash equivalent to the cost of minimum size of the plot at RS. Repair Allowance: If house/structure is partially affected and the remaining structure is viable for continued use. elderly without any source of support) will get the same support (1. only one package with the highest value will be applied.Allowance for households as per Government regulation (social policy households. The vulnerable groups were defined as in Terms of Terminology Specific assistance to vulnerable groups would be as follows: . .Social Policy: (i) Relocated Households including social policy heroic mothers. VND/household) given to poor households in accordance with the provincial policy. wounded.Other vulnerable groups (female headed household. Other Allowance/Assi stances Loss of land and nonland assets Affected vulnerable groups regardless of severity of impacts. The size of land will not be less than 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area. . The vulnerable groups were defined as in Terms of Terminology Incentive Bonus: All DPs who vacate the affected land immediately after receiving compensation and allowances will be given an incentive allowance of 3-5 mil VND. Allowances /Assistance Targeted to Vulnerable Households Loss of land and nonland assets Affected vulnerable groups regardless of severity of impacts. wouded or dead soldiers families: 1. dead soldiers).5-4 mil/HH: (ii) Poor Relocated Household or Poor Household whose 20% or more of their productive land affected or where <20% land affected but the remaining land is rendered unviable: 3-5 mil/HH (to be certified by local authority) .500.000 VND to cover the cost of domestic Page 67 .Entitled to take part in Income Restoration Program .0 mil. Every relocating DPs will be provided with a lump-sum one time amount of 3.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 11. the project will provide a repair allowance equivalent of 20% of compensation for the affected part of the structure to enable DPs to restore it to former or better conditions.

transport) if relocating within the Province/City and VND 5. the PMU 85 will pay full replacement cost or ‘land for land” compensation if contractor fails to restore the affected land within 3 months after end of use (agreement between parties will be monitored by independent monitoring agency. requiring DPs to change in the types of land use. Transport Allowance for all relocating households.000. If the quality of land will be radically changed when return to DPs.000. power and telephone connections at the new site. then DPs should be compensated for all envisaged cost of losses. Page 68 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 water. Temporary Impacts Temporary loss of land User of affected land .000/ DP or equivalent to the actual cost of relocation expenses (labor. 13.000/DP or equivalent to the actual cost of relocation expenses (labor. transport) opting to transfer to another province. independent business and commercial establishments: VND 3. 14. (ii) restoration of the land within 3 months after use.For the portion to be used temporarily during construction (no more than 2 years of acquiring land): (i) rental in cash which will be no less than the net income that would have been derived from the affected property during disruption. Any other impacts that may be identified during implementation - - Entitlements to compensation and other assistance would be provided in accordance with the compensation policy.

about 0. General description of potential resettlement sites is summarized below: Dien Ban district Dien Ban district authorities advised that the Project Management Unit should plan for group relocation and if HH prefer to the relocation site. RELOCATION ARRANGEMENT Based on the results of IOL. the number of households that would need to be relocated and results of consultation on the preference of HH to the modes of relocation (self-relocation or to plots at the relocation sites which will be developed by the project). health care station. These households would be pooled with other relocating households in the adjoining districts provided they are willing to move there. A total of 771 HHs would need to be relocated. Out of the 364 households eligible for relocation due to the loss of residential land (with and without structures) some are likely to opt for self-relocation. and community cultural house. kindergarten. 1) There is one site in Dien Tho commune. Households opting for self-relocation will be entitled to compensation and relocation assistance. the project should buy plots from land developers rather than to construct the new sites. The transmission lines of 35Kv and 0.4 kv are available nearby the site. Page 69 . together with need of resettlement sites in the districts is shown in table below. DPs would be requested to confirm their decision in writing. Particularly. the minimum number of households for a RS would be at least 25 to make it economically feasible for provision of utilities and public services.000 m2. in Tam Ky City. This site is close to the commune link road. there are only 19 households eligible for relocation. described in Chapter 5. community leaders and DPs. For those opting for project sponsored RS. This will be further reconfirmed during the implementation phase and exact number of DPs willing to go for the project sponsored resettlement sites and for self-relocation would be determined based on the consultations.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 VI. The potential of the resettlement sites Information on the potential resettlement sites in the communes was obtained through a series of consultation and discussion with the local authorities. VI. The site is in Ward 2 with the area of about 25.5 km to old residential area.1.

Thang Binh district 5) There is one site in Binh Que commune of Thang Binh district.4 KVA are available nearby the site. kindergarten. The transmission line of 0. health care station.. health care station.4 KVA are available nearby the site. The transmission lines of 110 kv and 0.4 KVA are available nearby the site. kindergarten. health care station. about 1 and 0. kindergarten. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. This site is about 700 m far from the old residential area. This site is about 600 m far from the old residential area.5 km to old residential area.000 m2 in Ward Chiem Son. 35 KVA and 0. This site is close to the commune link road (11 m wide with asphalt payment). health care station. The site is with the area of about 30. This site is about 100 m far from the old residential area. and community cultural house.000 m2 in Ward Binh Hoi. the former owner was the local government. kindergarten. the former owner was the local government. the former owner was the local government. The site is located on agricultural land thus there is no household that have to relocated to new place. health care station.4 kv are available near by the site. The transmission line of 35 KVA and 0. 4) There is one site in Duy Trung commune of Duy Xuyen district. Page 70 . The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. and community cultural house. about 100 m to old residential area. and community cultural house. The transmission line of 110 KVA. (ii) The other site is in Ward Thai Cam of Dien Tien commune with the area of about from 10000 m2 to 15. kindergarten. kindergarten.000 m2 in Ward 5. This site is close to the commune link road. Duy Xuyen district 3) There are two sites in Duy Son commune of Duy Xuyen district (i) the first site is with the area of about 25.4 kv are available nearby the site. and community cultural house. (ii) The other site is in Ward Phu Nham Dong with the area of about 10. This site is about 600 m far from the old residential area.000 m2. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. and community cultural house. and community cultural house. The site is located on agricultural land thus there is no household that have to relocated to new place. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. health care station.000 m2 in Ward Nam Thanh.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 2) There are two sites in Dien Tien commune of Dien Ban district (i) the first site is with the area of about 6.4 KVA are available nearby the site. The transmission line of 35 KVA and 0. The transmission lines of 35 kv and 0. the former owner was the local government.000 m2. The site is with the area of about 11.

7) There are two sites in Binh Quy commune of Thang Binh district (i) the first site is with the area of about 16. 9) There is one site in Tam Phuoc commune. health care station. kindergarten. This site is about 150 m far from the old residential area. The site is in Ward My Tra of Binh Chanh commune with the area of about 15. This site is close to the commune link road. and community cultural house. health care station. the former owner was the local government. This site is close to the commune link road.4 kv are available nearby the site. health care station. The site is in Ward Phu My with the area of about 10. the former owner was the local government. The transmission line of 0.000 m2. (ii) The other site is in Ward 7 with the area of about 5. and community cultural house. The transmission lines of 0. and community cultural house. kindergarten. and community cultural house. The transmission lines of 35Kv and 0. kindergarten. about 600 m to old residential area.000 m2.4 kv are available nearby the site. the former owner was the local government. 10) There are three sites in Tam Thai commune of Phu Ninh district (i) the first site is with the area of about 10. This site is close to the commune link road. kindergarten.500 m2 in Ward Hoa Binh. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads.4 kv are available nearby the site.4 KVA are available nearby the site. The transmission line of 35 KVA and 0.000 m2 to 20.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 6) There is one site in Binh Chanh commune.5 km to old residential area. and community cultural house. (ii) The other site is in Ward Quy Phuoc 1 with the area of about from 15. The transmission lines of 110 kv. and community cultural house.4 KVA are available near by the site. This site is close to the commune link road. Phu Ninh district 8) There are two sites in Tam Thanh commune of Phu Ninh district (i) the first site is with the area of about 6. and community cultural house. (ii) The second site is in Ward Truong My with the Page 71 . The transmission lines of 0. and 0. about 0. health care station. This site is about 700 m far from the old residential area. health care station. health care station. about 1 and 1. The transmission line of 0.4 KVA are available nearby the site.500 m2 in Ward 6.000 m2 in Ward Quy Thanh 1. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. kindergarten.4 KVA are available nearby the site. This site is about 300 m far from the old residential area.000 m2. kindergarten.5 km to old residential area. kindergarten.500 m2. health care station. about 100 m to old residential area.

This site is close to the commune link road.4 KVA are available nearby the site.500m2. and community cultural house.000 m2. The transmission line of 110 KVA and 0.4 kv are available nearby the site. health care station. kindergarten. (iii) the third site is in Ward Khanh Tho with the area of 11. about 300 m to old residential area. 13) There is one sites in Tam Xuan 1 commune. The transmission lines of 0.000 m2 in Ward Xuan Trung. The transmission line of 0.4 KVA are available nearby the site. The transmission lines of 0. Tam Ky City No potential resettlement sites were identified in Tam Ky city.5 km to old residential area. kindergarten. and community cultural house. health care station. (ii) The other site is in Ward Trung Dinh with the area of about 7. kindergarten.4 KVA are available nearby the site. and community cultural house. kindergarten. health care station. kindergarten. The transmission lines of 35Kv and 0. and community cultural house. This site is close to the commune link road.4 KVA are available nearby the site.4 KVA are available nearby the site. health care station. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. The site is in Ward Dong Tay with the area of about 4.500 m2. This site is close to the commune link road. This site is about 200 m far from the old residential area. kindergarten. the former owner was the local government. This site is about 150 m far from the old residential area. 11) There are two sites in Tam Dan commune of Phu Ninh district (i) the first site is with the area of about 6. about 0. and community cultural house. about 150 m to old residential area. The transmission line of 0. This site is about 200 m far from the old residential area. The site is with the area of about 25. and community cultural house.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 area of about 10.000 m2 in Ward 5. the project should buy plots from land developers rather than to construct the new sites. 12) There is one site in Tam Dai commune. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads.000 m2. Nui Thanh district Nui Thanh district authorities advised that the Project Management Unit should plan for group relocation and if HH prefer to the relocation site. The site is also very close to the commune-link roads. health care station. health care station. the former owner was the local government. Page 72 .

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14) There is one site in Tam My Dong commune. The site is in Ward 5 with the area of about 20,000 m2. This site is close to the commune link road, health care station, kindergarten, and community cultural house, about 0.5 km to old residential area. The transmission lines of 110Kv are available nearby the site. Que Son district Que Son district authorities advised that the Project Management Unit should plan for group relocation and if HH prefer to the relocation site, the project should buy plots from land developers rather than to construct the new sites. 15) There is one sites in Que Xuan 2 commune. The site is with the area of about 10,000 m2 in Ward 5, the owner is the local government. This site is about 200 m far from the old residential area. The site is also very close to the communelink roads, health care station, kindergarten, and community cultural house. The transmission line of 35 KVA and 0.4 KVA are available nearby the site. 16) There is one site in Phu Tho commune. The site is in Ward 1 with the area of about 10,000 m2. This site is close to the commune link road, health care station, kindergarten, and community cultural house, about 0.5 km to old residential area. The transmission lines of 35Kv are available nearby the site. PMU 85 will carry out extensive consultations with the district and communes authorities to identify available potential resettlement sites and finalize the sites in further consultations with the relocating DPs to ensure that the location of resettlement sites are acceptable to them. Land allocation in resettlement site: it is proposed that the land allocation in above mentioned resettlement site is as following: 1. For DPs, who affected with residential land and have to be relocated would be offered plots of varying sizes, the minimum being 100 m2 in rural areas and 40m2 in urban areas. Of the households affected by loss of residential land, 25 households would be provided with separate space for business activities. For DPs, who where remaining agricultural land is rendered unviable are entitled to get land plot of minimum size 100m2.

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Based on the land requirement, land plots from the 24 resettlement sites will be provided to DPs as described in Table V.1 below6. The number of resettlement sites to be developed would depend on the final number of DPs opt for the project sponsored resettlement sites. Further, if the holding capacity of resettlement site in a district is lower than the demand, some of the DPs would be given the option to relocate to the resettlement sites in the adjoining districts with surplus land in the resettlement sites. The land for the all the potential sites are owned by respective local authorities. However, some of these areas may have been provided to local community members on lease. If such leased areas are used for development of RS, appropriate compensation and assistance will be provided to affected households in accordance with the policy provisions in this RAP. The area of potential sites is more than required to relocate DPs. During the implementation phase and following consultations with the DPs entitled to relocation, precise requirement for RS would be determined and preference for RS development would be given to the areas without any encumbrances. Preference would also be given to develop only non-agricultural land for RS.

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It is noted that, the construction coefficient for resettlement site development is about 2.2 time. This includes areas allocated for public facilities and utilities as well areas for establishing local shops/market.

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Table VI-1. The households have to relocate and potential of resettlement sites by district
Number of HHs who is entitled to relocate Number of HH Affected by loss of agricultural land with unviable remaining land Required resettlement area (m2) Avaiability of Potential Resettlement Area

District Total

HH relocated due to loss of Res. Land

Total Resettlement Area

Resettlemnt Land-plot Area

Basic Service Area

Number of potential resettlement site

Area of potential resettlement site (m2)

Remarks

Dien Ban

166

64

102

53,1200

16,600

36,520

03

46,000

The land for the potential RS is owned by local government. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to the existing public facilities and utilities. The land for the potential RS is owned by local government. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to the existing public facilities and utilities. The land for the potential RS is owned by local government. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to the existing public facilities and utilities. The land for the potential RS is owned by local government. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to

Duy Xuyen

82

26

56

26,240

8,200

18,040

03

46,000

Que Son

70

11

59

22,400

7,000

15,400.0

02

20,000

Thang Binh

110

67

43

35,200

11,000

24,200

04

81,000

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900 77. The land for the potential RS is owned by local government.500 Page 76 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 the existing public facilities and utilities.140 10 71.100 4.700 41. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to the existing public facilities and utilities.620 0 24 0 309.080 246.840 18. - Nui Thanh 137 68 69 43.140 02 45.000 Phu Ninh 187 121 66 59. All the potential sites have good road access and are close to the existing public facilities and utilities.180 169.840 13.700 30.500 Tam Ky Total 19 771 7 364 12 407 6.720 1. The land for the potential RS is owned by local government.

or (ii) Plot at the resettlement site. This will be finally determined by the DCSCC and concurred with by the affected household during the DMS. construct and relocate households to the new resettlement sites. Process of site development and resettlement policy Fully affected residential plot with house (households have to be relocated): Plot no longer viable for continued use and the entire property to be acquired. if DPs prefer for self-relocation. (e) For landless households. Based on the differences in cost between the residential land and the new sites. Page 77 . (b) If the plot(s) at the new site is less than the value of affected residential land. assistance through provision of land-for-land of similar attributes with secure tenure at no cost to landless households. DPs will receive plot(s) and the difference in cash. timeline. (c) The planning and detailed design for the relocation sites will be done by consultant of PMU 85 and approved by the PC of Quang Nam Province. The DPs would be entitled to relocation if in the urban area. DPs who are fully affected on residential plot and house have an option on either: (i) Cash compensation at replacement cost (free from taxes and transaction costs) for the entire land plus with bonus for self-relocation. DPs receive new plot at the new site without any balance.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 VI. which will be developed by the project. compensation options including: (a) If the selling cost of plot(s) at the new site is more than the value of the affected residential land. the key steps below presents the required activities. DPs receive new plot at no additional cost. Following the final decision of affected households with regard to their relocation options. The size of land will not be less than 40 m2 or cash equivalent. and groups responsible in order to design. Actual the number of plot on resettlement sites will depend on the preference by the DPs. (d) Detailed regulation on plot allocation will be developed by PMU 85 and DCSCC through consultation with commune authorities and DPs then need an approval of district PC. the non-affected residential area is less than 40 m2 and in the rural area. non-affected residential area is less than 100 m2. If the plot at the new site is equal the value of affected residential land.2.

Affected households will not be displaced until the commune/ward allocates land acceptable to DPs and until DPs received full compensation and allowances due them. (b) The Project Management Unit 85 and the DCSCC to prepare the TOR for the site planning and detailed design. payment conditions. prepare the Compensation Plan for each DP get plan reviewed and approved by the relevant authorities and then pay compensation to DPs who are affected by land acquisition for the sites. consultants to prepare for the site planning and detailed design. (e) Plot allocation to HH and issuance of LURC and ownership of house.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (a) The Project Management Unit 85 and the DCSCC to propose the sites to the PPCs of Quang Nam for their approval (total area of the site. (ii) inform the affected households that if the value of the plot is lower than the replacement cost of the affected household’s lost residential land. This will allow DPs to have sufficient time to rebuild their houses. (f) During the preparation of detailed planning. the price difference will be paid in cash to the affected household. With regard to timing of payment to DPs and relocation. relocation schedule. select consultants for these services. disbursement of compensation will be at least four months prior to displacement. (c) The Project Management Unit 85 and the DCSCC to submit the site planning and detailed design including the cost of the site construction and EIA for the sites to DOCs. costs. and procedures for the awarding of plots to households. number of plots. the DCSCC will (i) consult with relocating households to discuss final location of the relocation site. The DCSCC will also take into consideration suitable plots for households who have businesses and ensure that the plot that will be allocated for them will have suitable commercial potential. Bidding and selection of contractors for the site construction (could be included of housing if HH prefer the project to construct the house for them). areas of plots etc. Page 78 . size of plot.). DONREs of Quang Nam province for its review and then to the PPCs of Quang Nam for the approval on the land recovery and detailed planning of the sites. (iii) document agreements reached with the households and posted in the office of the commune. (d) The DCSCC to carry out for DMS.

DONRE. of Days December 2009 to October 2010 February 2011 February to March 2011 April 2011 to June 2011 Group Responsible DCSCC DCSCC to submit to the PCs of Da Nang City PMU 85 and DCSCC Consultants under the supervision of PMU 85 and DCSCC Consultants with the help from PMU 85 and DCSCC 3 4 5 June 2011 6 July-August 2011 PMU 85 and DCSCC 7 SeptemberOctober 2011 Consultants of PMU 85 8 OctoberNovember 2011 DCSCC 9 10 11 12 13 December 2011 to March 2012 March 2012 March-April 2012 April-July 2012 May-August 2012 Contractor Contractor DCSCC HH and Contractors HH with the help of local authorities Page 79 . Bidding invitation. Table VI-2: Steps for Site Planning. DOF for their reviews and then to the PC of Quang Nam province for their Approval. Compensation Plan for the site. bidding evaluation and selection of contractors for the site construction. Development and Relocation Implementation No.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Following the site selection and approval by the DPs. get feedback from them. plot arrangement. 1 2 Steps Final survey and proposal for the potential sites Approval for selected sites of city/province PC Prepare TOR and selection of consultants for site planning and detailed design Prepare a draft detailed planning according to Vietnam standards (physical infrastructure. Detailed Design and Bidding Document based on the approved detailed planning. Approval of relevant authorities on the results of bidding evaluation and award the contract to the successful bidder Construction of the site Demarcate Plot Allocate Plot to HH based on the regulation of plot allocation Construction of Houses and Public social services (done in parallel) Relocation of HHs Time/Estimated No. submit to DOC. Finalize the planning including EIA. market etc) Consultation with stakeholders on the site planning. the steps for site planning and site development are summarized in Table VI-2 below. Disclose the approved planning at the affected communes. kindergarten.

Issues of relocation should be done once RP is approved. Cost for the site development According to the entitlement policy and the principles described in item VII. Page 80 . AND (iv) Cost for social services such as health care station. the following item will not be included in the selling cost of plot (will be subsidized by the project owner) (i) (ii) Cost for topographic.4. detailed design and EIA. cost estimate. However. The following activities need to be done by DCSCC once the RP is approved. the cost for the site development by PMU 85 will be partially repaid by the DPs from their compensation package for residential land (DPs receive compensation for residential land lost and buy the plot at the resettlement sites). based on the bench marks demarcate for the project site on the ground.2 above. kindergarten. community cultural house etc. to achieve the objectives of the RP. VI. plot allocation and granting of LURC to relocating HH. hydrologic survey. (iii) Develop for the steps and mechanisms of site approval.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 For affected households who opt to receive cash compensation for self-relocation will be compensated in full for all their losses (land and non-land assets) and the necessary relocation and transition allowances. The DCSCC and commune authorities to help relocating households through the process of land purchasing and having legal papers for the ownerships. (iii) Cost for the access road (off site road). VI. (ii) Get reconfirmed from relocating HH on their options to the relocation (to the relocation sites or to the sites in the commune which re underdevelopment or will be developed by non-project owners or selfrelocation management). (i) Finalize the list of relocating HH in each commune after the DMS completion. Cost for site planning. DCSCC also help relocating families (if needed) to deal with residential land developers in the localities in case DPs want to buy plots or apartments at the sites which developed by site developers or by districts (not by the project).3. site planning and design. bidding and site construction and construction supervision. geologic.

traditional authority.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 VII. House Rental Allowance. and environmental problems: production systems are dismantled. Additionally. kin groups are dispersed. unless mitigated.. people are relocated to environments where their productive skills may be less applicable and the competition for resources greater. Page 81 . b. and cultural identity. and the potential for mutual help are diminished or lost. community institutions and social networks are weakened. Decree 69/2009 etc. Laws.). The GoV has improved its policy on land acquisition. social. The entitlement for the economic restoration and livelihood improvement are described in detail in Chapter 3. poor and other vulnerable households would also be entitled to income rehabilitation assistance. Consequently. compensation at the replacement cost itself is not enough. Decree 197/2004.g. relocation assistance through different types of allowances and economic restoration plan need to be developed in order to make sure that the project affected person will not be worse off or otherwise improved their livelihood and living standards at new places. c. and vulnerable households include: A. Additional assistance to relocating DPs where the compensation amount they receive falls short of the minimum size plot at the RS. face greater risks of impoverishment. The livelihood restoration and improvement are required in the involuntary resettlement policy of WB. The DPs affected by loss of productive land. irrespective of the degree of impact would be eligible for the variety of income rehabilitation programs and assistance additional to the compensation. In addition. INCOME RESTORATION AND REHABILITATION Experience has it that. Decrees of GoV such as Land law 2003. therefore. people face impoverishment when their affected productive assets or income sources are not replaced. Relocation Allowance. there are people who on account of their position in society and/or their physical and economic situation are less capable of re-establishing themselves than the others and. For Loss of Residential Land: a. compensation and assistance to resettlement from time to time. households affected by loss of business and employment . especially for the assistance policies in order to make sure that the affected persons will not be worse off or otherwise improve their living conditions and livelihood at the new place (e. The combination of income rehabilitation measures focusing on the DPs affected by loss of productive land. loss of businesses. involuntary resettlement resulting from development projects often gives rise to severe economic.

DPs covered under provincial social policy to receive cash assistance. Incentive Bonus b. Provision of minimum size of plot at RS to landless DPs. d. d. Support for vocational training to at least one member of affected households. c. Allowance for Living/Production Stabilization (during the transition period). For the economic restoration needs. Trainees would be provided with subsistence allowance during the training period C. b. the consultant of PMU5 has carried out for the following: Page 82 . Other Allowances/Assistance a. or cash equivalent. Transport allowance to all relocating DPs Vulnerable DPs will get additional assistance as follows: a. 30% of such positions would be reserved for women. Assistance to DPs for lost agricultural/pond/garden land adjacent to residential land but not recognized as residential land. Agriculture extension services to farmers affected by partial loss of productive land and the remaining land is viable for continued use. c. A lump sum cash amount to cover cost of utility connections at new site to all relocating DPs. Providing cash equivalent to the cost of a developed minimum size plot to the self-relocating DPs. Other vulnerable groups not covered under the provincial social policy to receive the same assistance as provided to social policy The process of consultation with DP’s on different options to the economic restoration/activities was described as in Table VIII-2 of Chapter VIII below. Every DPs affected by loss of productive land is provided with additional cash assistance equivalent to three times the compensation amount f. For Loss of Residential Land: a. B. e. Repair Allowance for partially affected structures c.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 d. Provision of a free minimum size plot of 100m2 to DPs who are affected by loss of productive land and the remaning land is rendered unviable for continued use. b.

Center for vocational employment orientation. various institutions. Page 83 . The description about consultation with stakeholders was detailed in Chapter 8 above. With Dien At offices of From 28 to 31 Ban district. (b) Employment Opportunities and Income Restoration Activities Not withstanding the aforementioned.Center for agricultural extension programs. including local NGOs in Quang Nam province were met with regard to possible employment opportunities. the institutions were met with is as in Table VII-1 below. Organizations providing small loans were also explored. In the consultation from December 2009 to January 2010. Discussions were held with regard to programs available and basic requirements in order for households to be eligible for employment. With Duy At offices of From 23 to 26 . . the compensation amount plus additional cash support provided to the DPs would ensure that they would be able to buy replacement productive land in the areas within or adjoining the project even if there is some increase in the land prices due to the increase demand. the project authorities will make special efforts to assist DPs who wish to purchase replacement private agricultural land on willing-buyer willing-seller basis.Women Union .District Department of Labor and invalid and Xuyen consulted December 2009 Social Affairs. loans availability in the localities and income restoration program activities that are available or can be made available for the affected people. local NGOs of the affected districts Meeting Venue Time Consulted institutions .Farmer Association . Further.Social and policy Bank Branch 2.District Department of Labor and invalid and Social Affairs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (a) Effort of seeking agricultural land to compensate for agricultural lost land Since no public agricultural land is available that can be offered to the DPs as replacement agricultural land. The project will also provide logistical support for such transactions and all legal and documentation costs would be covered by the project if carried out within a period of six months from the date of receipt of compensation by the DPs. For the specific purpose of consultation for the economic restoration activities. consulted December 2009 Quang Nam institutions province . . trainings. training and 1. the project will plan and implement a responsive and sustainable income restoration activity for eligible households as needed. Table VII-1: Consultation with institutions.

Farmer Association . 3.Social and policy Bank Branch training and .Women Union . With Tam At offices of From 15 to 18 Ky city.Women Union . 4. institutions . Thang At offices of From 21 to 23 Binh district.Women Union .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 district. . . .Center for vocational employment orientation.Farmer Association . . .Women Union . consulted December 2009 Quang Nam institutions province . 5.Center for agricultural extension programs.Social and policy Bank Branch 7. .Center for agricultural extension programs.Social and policy Bank Branch training and . . institutions Quang Nam province .Center for vocational training and Quang Nam employment orientation. With Nui At offices of From 12 to 15 .District Department of Labor and invalid and Social Affairs.Center for agricultural extension programs.Center for agricultural extension programs.Center for agricultural extension programs. . 6. With Que At offices of From 21 to 23 Son district. Page 84 .Farmer Association .District Department of Labor and invalid and Thanh consulted January 2010 Social Affairs.Social and policy Bank Branch training and .Center for vocational employment orientation. . province . consulted January 2010 Quang Nam institutions province 8 .Center for vocational employment orientation. district.Center for vocational training and employment orientation.Center for agricultural extension programs.District Department of Labor and invalid and Social Affairs.District Department of Labor and invalid and Social Affairs.Social and policy Bank Branch training and . consulted December 2009 Quang Nam institutions province .Women Union . consulted December 2009 Quang Nam institutions province . With Phu At offices of From 4 to Ninh district.District Department of Labor and invalid and Social Affairs.Farmer Association .Farmer Association . .Center for vocational employment orientation.

pig etc. loans for farming and husbandry etc. fruit trees. These programs are implementing with the co-operation of district women union and farmer association.65% per month.Extension Center for Agriculture has 05 staff who are working at the center office and 15 people who are working at communes.) and planting sugar. . the potential of programs proposed by the districts. available in the project localities and resources of implementing agencies in the project Districts.905 HHs on poverty reduction.Vocational training center has 47 trainers but is with limited functions and at the presence just mainly doing vocational training for the high school pupils. It is implementing the programs in the district such as animal husbandry (cow. The staff of this center is with the background on agriculture and husbandry.Farmer Association .Social and policy Bank Branch Through the consultation. loan assistance to the students from the poor families. each poor HH could borrow not more than VND 30. One family could borrow not more than VND 20. electrical etc. the courses are from 03 months or 6 months to two years or three years.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 . microfinance for gender programs etc. mechanical. This Bank also supports loans for students from poor families.Farmer Association is implementing the programs for 1.000 for selfemployment and with an interest of 0. and for improving sanitation facilities of families as well as for labor export and buying houses. cities are summarized as Table VII-2 below: Table VII-2: Potential programs.Social and policy Bank Branch is implementing the programs with loans for economic development. rice.65% per month.000.Women Union is implementing the programs such as loans for the poor female headed HH.Women Union .000 and with an interest of 0. . . . This vocational training center could organize the courses on IT. Page 85 . garment industry.000. loans and training courses in Quang Nam province could be considered for the economic restoration and livelihood improvement for the project affected people Province 1. Dien district Key information and possibility of activities/programs Ban .

3.000. .Vocational training center has 39 trainers. fish ponds Page 86 . .Women Union has is implementing the programs such as loans for the poor female headed HH from the social and policy Bank. the courses is from 03 or 6 months to two or three years.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 2.000 and with an interest of 0. handicrafts mushroom growing. driving lessons. Training includes animal husbandry. The poor families could borrow not more than VND 30. Duy Xuyen . sewing. This vocational training district could organize the courses on IT. enterprises for employment and with a monthly salary is about VND 1.200. husbandry and other TA on agricultural activities. mechanical. The center has also carried out technical assistance on mushroom making. .Farmer Association has 05 persons. rubber tree planting.000.Agricultural Extension Center has 06 staff and including Engineers of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine. loan assistance to husbandry and agricultural activities. for improving sanitation facilities etc. It is implementing some programs for poverty reduction.000 to 1. agricultural extension.65% per month. Borrowing conditions are: Households have farm. . the trainees would be introduced by the center to many companies.Extension Center for Agriculture has 04 staff. employment for women etc. Courses offered vary from 3 months to 3 years. It is implementing the programs in the district such as fresh vegetable planting. Targets on the training courses for rural households. . After training. new rice seedlings etc. TA for planting with new types of rice and livestock rising. the staff of this center is with the background on agriculture and husbandry.. accounting etc. Thang Binh The same functions of the relevant institutions in Thang Binh district are district as below: . for students in poor families. garment industry.500. microfinance. for poor HH.Farmer Association has 04 persons with the university degrees and implementing the programs for on poverty reduction. . electrical. It is implementing for the loan to farmers (with low interest) for employments and assist for selling products.Vocational training Center of Thang Binh district has 39 staff. electrical/mechanical trainings.Social and policy Bank Branch is implementing 07 programs with loans for economic development.

for improving sanitation facilities etc. Staff of this center is with the background on agriculture and husbandry. Que district Son . TA for planting with new types of rice and livestock rising.000. employment for women etc. . motorbike reparation.000. loans from the Social and Policy Bank etc. for pupils from the poor families. salt farming. TA on agriculture and husbandry. Long-term repayment with low interest (0. This vocational training could organize the courses on garment industry. The poor families could borrow not more than VND 30. The courses are from 03 months or 6 months to two years or three years.000 and with an interest of 0. This vocational training could organize for 13 courses yearly and on garment industry. Page 87 . 4. electrical.Loan from the Social and policy Banks: Targets to help the poor families. students. 5. . electrical. .17% per month in three years). . Phu district Ninh . motorbike reparation. of which 12 persons graduated from universities.Vocational training center has 47 trainers. of which. The loan from the Social and policy Bank supports for the poor families. microfinance.Vocational training center has 12 trainers. People complete class 9 above is acceptable to the training courses of this center. Maximum amount household can borrow is VND 30. It is implementing the programs in the district such as fish and shrimp farming. for poor HH. animal husbandry.Social and policy Bank Branch is implementing several programs with loans for economic development.Extension Center for Agriculture has 12 staff.Farmer Association has 06 persons and implementing the agricultural programs and assistance families to access loans for husbandry and agricultural activities. the courses is from 03 months or 6 months to two years or three years. . 05 are working at the center office and 07 staff are working in the communes.65% per month. mechanical. construction and IT etc.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 and each household can borrow up to VND 5 million. . mechanical. improving for family sanitation facilities.Women Union is running for programs on loans to the farmers.Women Union has 06 persons and it is implementing the programs such as loans for the poor female headed HH from the social and policy Bank.000.

for students from the poor families. 6.Women Union has is cooperating with the district Social and Policy Bank to run some programs for the poor families. IT.Women Union is implementing the programs such as loans for the poor female headed HH from the social and policy Bank. this Association is implementing several programs such as planting fresh vegetables. The poor family could borrow from VND 5 to 15 million. electrical technique etc. . . for labor export and for improving sanitation facilities etc. It is running the programs on husbandry.Vocational training center has 22 staff with degree of economics. forestry and husbandry. This center trains on the areas of electricity. microfinance. It is implementing the programs such as fish farming.Extension Center for Agriculture are with the background on agriculture. employment for women. . . for labour export.Nui district Thanh . Page 88 . fish farming etc. aquaculture and agriculture. Currently. . IT. The Farmer Association is in a cooperation with the vocational training and carry out the training programs on garment industry.Farmer Association is implementing the agricultural programs and assist families to access loan for husbandry and agricultural activities. for poor HH. . mechanics. for sanitation improvement.Farmer Association has 06 staff.Social and policy Bank has 05 loan programs for the poor families.Agricultural Extension Center of Nui Thanh District has 05 staff. It organizes with the short term and medium term courses. animal husbandry.Social and policy Bank Branch of Phu Ninh district is implementing several programs with loans for economic development..Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 . applying new technology on farming and fish farming. . all of them are with University Degrees. The HH participate to the programs will be assisted with 60% for seedlings and materials need for the programs. for students. Finance and Administrative skills etc. employment. repairing motorcycles etc. TA for planting with new types of rice and livestock raising.

This is due to the fact that many companies are in need of both skilled and unskilled laborers. for students from the poor families. . driving lessons etc. In Quang Nam province.. handicrafts mushroom growing. It organizes with the short term and medium term courses.Tam Ky City There are many Vocational training centers in Tam Ky City. . mechanics. sewing. .Social and policy Bank has programs for the poor families. .Women Union has is cooperating with the district Social and Policy Bank to run some programs for the poor families.Agricultural Extension Center of Nui Thanh District has 05 staff. (ii) intensive Page 89 - . the following farm-based and non-farm based activities/programs are listed for consideration in the planning of a responsive income restoration program that will cater to the needs and preparedness of each eligible households: Piloting of selected production and income generating opportunities that are endorsed by the province and district. Vocational training and non-farm based employment should be in a first priority. all of them are with University Degrees. employment. It is running the programs on husbandry. (c) Design and Implementation of Income Restoration Programs As a result of consultation with local authorities. The training should be on (i) vocational courses. repairing motorcycles. many companies posting employment opportunities in front of their offices. recruitment posters are also found in public places and commune offices. animal husbandry. Skills training program for persons wishing to receive training on selected fields. for labour export. The employment is also could be accessible through DOLISA of Quang Nam province. for sanitation improvement. agricultural extension. various organizations and affected households. electrical/mechanical trainings. Priority employment for qualified persons of both genders during the construction and operation of the Project. Intensive agricultural production for farmers who still have remaining productive land.Farmer Association is implementing several programs such as planting fresh vegetables. These centers train on the areas of electricity. fish farming etc. aquaculture and agriculture.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 7. rubber tree planting.

For households who wish to venture into small businesses. Moreover. social consciousness. depending on its needs. Planning and implementation of selected income restoration plans will be based on extensive and well-documented consultation with the affect people. such as livestock and crop production. the income restoration program will abide by the following precepts: be responsive to the specific needs and attuned to the level of preparedness of the household. Information pamphlets for each program will be prepared by PMU 85 and will be made available to households and in commune offices. especially when the main livelihood does not yield immediate returns. (iv) aquaculture. The consultants will investigate and evaluate possible employment. The aforementioned possible income restoration activities are generic in nature. if not improve. and. and by assessing the availability of external support needed by the household to pursue its chosen livelihood activities. and available human and material resources within the household and those that the project could provide.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 farming. In addition to the principles governing the project resettlement policy. tentative and initial and. The singular objective of the income restoration program is to help the households affected by loss of productive land to rebuild their sources of livelihood and thus regain. foster justice and fairness. (iii) animal husbandry. Information will include but not limited to the following: Page 90 . the consultants will help design and implement the income restoration program and will spearhead the process of identifying the livelihood activities of each household by evaluating the household’s specific needs against the household’s preferences. basic sales. inclination and preparedness. credit facility and provider of training when conducting needs and opportunities assessment for each participating eligible household. Secondary livelihood activities will help provide for the daily sustenance of the household in the interim. marketing and finance management). (v) managing small business. preferences. camaraderie. therefore. cannot be used as basis for detailed planning. be gender sensitive and environmentally sound. be sustainable and geared towards self-determination and empowerment rather than dependence. their pre-project standards of living. the Project will provide seminars on entrepreneurship (idea generation and visioning. During the conduct of detailed measurement survey (DMS). each participating eligible household may engage in one main source of livelihood to be augmented by secondary livelihood activities. A key ingredient of the program is to ensure that each DP household has the means for daily sustenance.

time frame for income stream to develop. risks involved. agenda of training. list of trainees. and risks. marketing. links to jobs. cot of the program or activity. duration. trainings to be provided. cost to trainee. investment costs and net returns. Data gathering and in-depth investigation of needs and opportunities will be done in parallel with the DMS. qualification of trainee. Employment opportunities: name and address of organization. (d) The process for economic restoration during RP implementation The following activities and steps to help the affected households will need to be done by DCSCC. Skills Trainings: type of trainings. - - - - The consultants of PMU 85 will be composed of various experts to design.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 - Production (farm and non-farm based)/Income-generating activities: type of program. to identify additional interventions. The implementation of the program will be monitored regularly to ensure that targets are achieved and will be included in the resettlement progress report. number of required workers. The affected households participating to the programs. and to draw out lessons and insights. objectives. Page 91 - . contact persons. An evaluation of the income restoration program will be conducted to sum up what has been achieved. Based on land acquisition schedule (linked to the construction works required) design for different programs (objectives. sustainability. contact persons. type of certification to be issued upon completion of training. Project-related opportunities: type of workers needed. requirements to avail loan. The process of planning appropriate income restoration activities of eligible households begins about the same time as that of the DMS. activities will be their allowance as described above. minimum salary and benefits. The various income restoration activities planned and agreed with the participating households will be included in the updated RP including the analysis of risk. marketing for the planed programs etc. risk analysis. implement and administer various programs. consult and finalize the choices of DPs to the programs or for self-employment. basic requirements/ qualifications of workers. Finalize the list of the DPs affected by loss of productive land in each commune. nature of organization. Access to credit: type of loans. as needed. basic requirements/qualifications of workers. term of payments and interest rates. minimum salary and benefits. schedule. duration of contract.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 monitoring and evaluation). then draw the lesion learned for the subsequent programs. Assess manpower. 7 It is noted that. It is better to (i) implement the economic restoration before acquire land for the project. will be closely monitored by the project authorities as well as by the external monitoring agency. and (iv) good mechanism of monitoring and evaluation for the programs to draw the lessons learned for the subsequent programs. - - - Information dissemination needed to properly inform affected households the pros and cons of each program. (ii) pilot with some selective programs first. Develop a mechanism and closely monitor the use compensation money by DPs in order to help them avoid the risks and maximize the effectiveness of investment from the compensation package. DPs plan to manage employment themselves through monitoring and evaluation system. Specially care to the vulnerable groups. sustainability and risks assessment to ensure that households do not end up in debt. assess qualification of affected households. qualified individuals to teach various programs. role of PMU 85 and DCSCC to facilitate/ assist households to avail loans. marketing to make sure that they will be sustainable. including outcome of the training. one member of each household who is entitled to income rehabilitation assistance would be included for any training programs and that at least 30% of the candidates thus selected will be women. Determine facilities and equipment available. To determine: clear conditions and requirements in order for households to avail loans. fees. Implementation of livelihood restoration programs. Suitability of trainings to individuals. (iii) each program should be carefully design with the participation of stakeholders and with details analysis on the potential risks. Certification issued as an additional credential Cost of training for trainers and trainees. duration. Determine requirement of company. terms and interest rate vis-à-vis capacity of households to re-pay. link for employment after training. assess trainings and certifications required in order for households meet the requirements for employment. extension services etc. and importance of certificates issued by training institutions. Information dissemination needed to properly inform affected households available trainings7. Page 92 . fees to be incurred during loan processing.

Page 93 . The project authorities will provide additional resources for continued assistance to the DPs until they have restored their livelihood at least to the pre-project levels.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A post-implementation evaluation by the external monitoring agency would be carried out six to 12 months after completion of resettlement implementation to determine whether the objectives of the income rehabilitation and livelihood restoration have been achieved.

farmer’s association. resettlement policies and other relevant activities. project background. veteran’s association etc. studied alternatives. such as: Meetings with provincial. Purposes and contents of consultation and information dissemination. to draw their concerns and suggestion to RP. To ensure transparency in all activities related to land acquisition. and other vulnerable groups.). including conduct of group meetings with women.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 VIII. local authorities. Page 94 - - - . father front. replacement costs in localities and potential of land for replacement. possibilities of economic restoration programs. compensation.1. - - - Information dissemination. purposes. employment in the locality. district. To obtain information about the needs and proposed priorities of the affected persons. local communities. the elderly. the principles of determining the compensation cost. environmental and resettlement issues etc. PARTICIPATION AND INFORMATION DISCLOSURE. consultation and participation were and will continue to be carried out through entire period of RP implementation and through different channels and instruments. Distribute resettlement pamphlet to leaders of communes and affected people. Meetings with all affected communes and affected households..g. DISSEMINATION VIII. local NGOs as well as their reactions/feedback to proposed studied alternatives of the routes. The general objectives of Consultation with participation of the affected people and stakeholders are: To fully disseminate key information about the project to the affected persons. Meetings with local organization such as women’s unions. To obtain the cooperation and participation of the affected persons.. CONSULTATION. commune and village leaders and representatives of their key departments to study about the compensation and relocation policies of the city and province. local authorities and other stakeholders such as local NGOs (e. relevant institutions through all phases of resettlement planning and implementation. resettlement and rehabilitation measures. among others.

The first round is for an Interim RP In December 2008. i. Industrial Zone Management Boards were carried out. (ii). Gender issues in RP. (vi). Vocational Training Centers. Schedules of socio-economic survey and IOL Livelihood restoration through RP Compensation and relocation modes (options to cash or in kind compensation) (vii). many meetings with related institutions including the Provincial Departments. proposals for economic restoration activities as well as other concerns of the different affected groups. communes and scale of land acquisition for the project. options for compensation. DCSCC. Page 95 . The compensation and resettlement pamphlet for the first round of consultation was prepared under the agreement of PMU85 and will be disseminated to all participants in meetings. the PMU85 with the assistance of resettlement team held one meeting with each affected district (07 meetings with 07 affected districts of Quang Nam province) and communes. the District People’s Committees. and (viii). Leaders of affected communes. General information on the project List of affected districts. Farmer Association. complaint. Objectives and Principles of RP according to the requirements of GOV and including WB’s policy on involuntary resettlement. From December 2008 to March 2009 and from December 2009 to January 2010. VIII. The consultation for the RP preparation consists of two rounds: a. monitoring and evaluation through all phases of RP preparation and implementation. (iv). (v). The key objectives. “land for land or cash for land”.2. (iii). These meetings introduced to local authorities and local NGOs about: (i). Mechanisms of participation.e. Consultation during RP preparation. principles of compensation and resettlements as well as all additional assistance were brought to discuss in those meetings. Agricultural Extension Centers and Banks or Loan Management Institutions.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 - Conduct of socio-economic and affected property surveys with the latter asking households about their choices of relocation sites.

especially agricultural land. Page 96 . (iv). The area of remaining residential land which is needed to relocate (consultant proposed the area of 40 m2 for the urban area and 100 m2 for the rural area). (v). commune. (vi). DC 03 Representatives of the district. Mechanisms of payment. (vii). Compensation cost. Potential of employment and economic restoration programs in the localities. (viii). Preference of local people and local authorities on the modes of resettlement (to the relocation sites or self-relocation).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 The resettlement consultant proposed to discuss following issues: (i). Potential risks if insufficient productive land for land compensation. 3 Thang Binh District March 2009 4 Que Son district March 2009 5 Tam Ky City March 2009 6 Phu Ninh District March 2009 7 Nui Thanh district March 2009 Nui Thanh DC 03 Representatives of office the district. Possibility of arranging “land for land” compensation in the district. (ii). DC 03 Representatives of the district. Gender and vulnerable group issues. The meetings were held with seven districts are described as in table below. Table VIII-1: Meetings in affected districts No Meeting 1 Dien Ban district Time March 2009 Venue Dien Ban office Participants DC 03 Leaders of District PC 2 Duy Xuyen District March 2009 Duy Xuyen DC 02 Representatives of commune office Thang Binh DC 03 Representatives of commune office Que Son office Tam Ky office Phu Ninh office DC 03 Representatives of the district. (iii). complaint.

Thang Binh district suggested that it is experienced from other projects in this district that about 70% of HHs accepted the compensation prices enacted by the Province. most of interviewees said that It would not be difficult to buy land from the other households in the affected areas provided that the price of land compensation is sufficient compared to high price of land in the local market. the project has to acquire for a whole plot. especially the agricultural land. the district also confirmed that the compensation price of Quang Nam is lower than the price of plot at the residential areas. especially agricultural land: All communes and districts confirmed that there is no public agricultural land to compensate for agricultural land. but the project could buy plots. the vocational training and employment priorities in project construction sites. mechanics. Preference of local people and local authorities on the modes of resettlement (to the relocation sites or selfrelocation): Dien Quang commune. the shape of the remaining residential land is also considered. Skills requirement including garment industry. relocation would be applied. It Page 97 . but the shape is not enough to build a house. Quang Nam province have programs of training for people who are impacted by land acquisition. Dien Ban District and Tam Ky city commented that no land is available for building the resettlement site. including:  The area of remaining residential land that is needed to relocate is 40 m2 for the urban area and 100 m2 for the rural area. electrician etc.  Potential of employment and economic restoration programs in the local areas: Participants in the meetings requested for the assistance on loans for DPs to develop their households economic.  In term of possibility of “land for land” compensation model in the districts. apartments from developers of residential areas in the district. However.  Concerns on compensation cost: All districts said that the compensation costs need to be based on prices at the market price. many participants requested that if the remaining area is <300 m2 it would not be economically viable. Consequently. However. The details of preference of local people and local authorities on the modes of resettlement are shown in chapter VI. However. If the area is more than 40m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area. communes. For the productive land.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Responses from meetings were collected and analyzed. all compensation will be at replacement cost. Besides. people would not afford to buy the plot or apartment selling by land developers. Duy Xuyen district commented that the compensation price should be surveyed and evaluated by independent evaluators.

The districts also need the working facilities for their compensation committees to effectively implement for the project RP.  Capacity and experiences of District Compensation. Page 98 .Disseminate to stakeholders (DPs. payment arrangement etc. they requested that these Committees need capacity building. Residential Site Developers. the project should not pay cash for HHs to generate employment themselves. However. Besides. Site Clearance and Resettlement Committee should make compensation payment though Communal Leader and/or at the communal office. compensation calculation. poor families and femaleheaded HH etc. Agricultural Extension Centers. both husband and wife in a household are required to be present at the payment time. it should be organized through the programs or activities to make sure that allowance for economic restoration is used in a right purpose and with an sustainable results.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 was advised by local authorities that.).).Get the feedbacks from stakeholders for preparing a draft and final RP. Contractors etc). local authorities.  Mechanisms of payment and complaint: All the participants to the meetings suggested that the District Compensation. disable persons. especially at the commune level the further detailed information related to the project and planning for compensation and resettlement (draft entitlement policy. possibility of employment in the industrial zones and to the relocation modes etc). effort in seeking replacement land for compensation. Second round of consultation is a draft RP and final RP The purpose of this round consultation is to: . local NGOs. especially for implementing the RP according to WB’s requirements and programs of economic restoration. site clearance and resettlement committees. b. potential of resettlement sites in each commune. DPs’ options to the economic restoration programs and local capacity and experience in implementing the livelihood restoration. which could implement for the RP of the project (they are experienced with DMS.  Gender and vulnerable group issues: Most of participants gave suggestions that the project should pay a special attention in economic restoration to the vulnerable groups (elderly. Local vocational Training Centers. Building Designers. Site Clearance and Resettlement Committee with national and international financed projects: All districts confirmed that they have their district compensation. .

compensation plans. resettlement arrangements. This pamphlet included (a) project background. feedbacks from stakeholders on the entitlement policy. DOLISA etc) of Quang Nam province and local NGOs. implementation schedule). The separate discussion by different groups were held after a general session such as groups of affected women. vulnerable groups and gender issues as well as mechanisms grievance and payment compensation to DPs..Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 From September to early November 2009. tools and the contents of consultation are as follows: (i) Prepared and disseminated to all affected HHs and affected communes a pamphlet of compensation and resettlement for the second round of consultation and participation. About the potential of the sites for relocating people. needs for building capacity in implementing RP and implementation arrangements (responsibilities. approvals on land recovery and compensation plan for each HH. economic restoration programs for the DPs affected by loss of productive land. Seven households said that they have residential land outside of the project area Page 99 . group of poor families etc. entitlement policy. This pamphlet was prepared by resettlement consultant team. land acquisition impact. DOC. feasible economic restoration programs/activities. process of DMS. supervision and monitoring. the second round of consultation was carried out. economic restoration programs. complaint. stakeholders. legal framework. Main feedback from the meetings of the second round consultation is summarized as follows:  Most of participants supported for a draft of compensation and resettlement policy developed for the project. steps of information disclosure and approvals for land recovery. potential of resettlement sites. (b) summary on the key contents related to RP (objectives and principles. to the vulnerable groups. (ii) Held meetings (24 meetings in 24 communes) with all affected households and representative of affected communes. schedules etc. Meetings and interviews were also held with senior staffs of relevant departments (DONRE. participants said that there is no sites are planned in the commune. possibility of employment in the project localities. implementation arrangement. which had sent to WB to review and agreed by PMU85. affected districts to consult about the status of land use map (cadastral map). mechanisms of DMS. potential of resettlement sites or residential areas in each commune. In this period. payment.) were obtained. DOF. assistance to relocation.  Leaders of communes confirmed that there are no ethnic minorities in the project area.

0 88.5 A summary of draft RAP will be prepared by PMU 85 and disseminated to authorities of affected districts and affected communes. participate to the agricultural extension programs etc.5 64 41 10 50 75 54 0 294 21.7 25.7 16.1 0.436 Number of HH prefer to economic restoration programs Percentage of HH prefer to economic restoration programs Districts Number of HH prefer cash for selfemployment Percentage of HH prefer cash for selfemployment Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 231 123 74 157 271 282 4 1.3 83. People also suggested that local authorities should consider letting the households who are fully affected on residential land to convert some areas of their other land to residential land in order to reduce the need for the resettlement site development in the locality.2 21.142 78. About 30% of participants at the meetings requested for the help on seeking the jobs after the training and help them accessing to loans.0 11. Table VIII-2: Preferences. choices of DPs to the modes of economic restoration Number of HH affected by loss of productive land 613 443 446 462 831 769 106 3. Most of participants appreciated on the policy and request the project to pay attention to the vulnerable groups.0 20.9 24. Participants request that if the relocation site would be constructed for the relocating households.0 79.1 75.436 affected people were interviewed. participation in vocational training.9 100. 80% preferred livelihood restoration programme. invest to the education for their children.670 Total affected HHs surveyed with census and IOL 295 164 84 207 346 336 4 1. About receiving compensation payment. Page 100 . both husband and wife should be present to receive compensation and sign for the receipt of payment.  Among 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 and confirmed that they would not have any difficulty in self-relocation. participants proposed that.8 78.3 75. A full draft RAP will be sent to DONRE and DOF of Quang Nam province for their review and concurrence. it must be developed with good quality of physical infrastructure and social services.

Moreover. grievance mechanism and procedures.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ®. Any complaints the DPs have about the contents of the form will be recorded and will be solved at this time. DPs are encouraged to contribute their ideas for rehabilitation and relocation options. Consultation and participation with stakeholders will be done through entire period of RAP implementation in order to make sure that stakeholders will participate and give their feedbacks to all aspects of RAP and to make sure that RAP will be implemented in a transparent way. a copy of the DMS surveys will be given to the affected DP for his/her record. a summary form for each affected household will be prepared and a copy will be given to DPs summarizing lost assets. ng t huû hé i c¶ n g Page 101 . All DPs will be invited to participate in the meeting and to give ideas. e) Consultation regarding DPs preferred option for rehabilitation assistance. their agreement with the assessment. community meetings will be held to announce supplementary information to DPs and create a chance to discuss publicly about policies and resettlement procedures in every affected site. Related information and documents will be delivered to DPs in this meeting.ê Community meetings: After decision on land. images. implementation progress etc. Methods of meeting include: a) Verbal explanations. This applies to DPs affected by loss of productive land and vulnerable DPs. and present a report of all the meetings to the Quang Nam Province PC . f) in order to ensure transparency. participation & consultation entitlement. project impacts: compensation entitlements and rehabilitation of DPs. resettlement activities. comments. to raise their questions and comments and to get immediate feedbacks. drawings and documents of the Project. Content of the meetings will include: Project component information. acquisition is obtained and before starting detailed design. b) Adequate opportunities will be provided for DPs to present their wishes. applicable compensation rates and entitlements. c) The DCSCC and District/Ward’s authorities will prepare a complete list of all DPs present at the meetings. d) The DCSCC will make a complete record of all questions. opinions and decisions that arise during the information/consultation meetings.

meetings will be held with and information dissemination to stakeholders to inform them about the policy. A full draft RAP will be sent to DONRE and DOF of Quang Nam province for their review and concurrence. participation and consultation procedures. publicize for the approvals. grievance redress mechanism. supervision and monitoring.3. mechanisms of DMS.4. implementation schedule).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 VIII. implementation process (e. This task will be done by PMU 85. 84/2007 and 69/2009 of GoV.. monitoring and evaluation etc). payment. implementation arrangement. Consultation during RAP Implementation At the beginning of Compensation and Resettlement implementation. DCSCC and commune authorities. (ii) A pamphlet of Compensation and resettlement will be prepared by PMU 85 and disseminated to DPs and affected commune authorities. land acquisition impact. (b) summary on the key contents related to RAP (objectives and principles. complaint redress mechanism. Full approved RAP will be also disclosed at the Info shop of the World Bank headquarters and at the VIDIC of the World Bank office in Viet Nam. economic restoration programs. entitlement policy. Translation of Entitlement Matrix will be disclosure at public places in each commune. Page 102 . The pamphlet will include at least the following information: (a) project background. land recovery.g. resettlement arrangements. Disclosure The DCSCC will disclose (i) Approved RAP at the offices of DONRE and DOF of Quang Nam province and at the offices of affected district. A summary of draft RAP will be prepared by PMU 85 and disseminated to authorities of affected districts and affected communes. Besides that. XIII. mechanisms of DMS. approvals on land recovery and compensation plan for each HH. These are required as the policies of the World Bank and Decrees 197/2004.

has direct responsibility and day-to-day management oversight for implementing all aspects pertained to the Expressway’s works.1. programming. design. is the Executing Agency of the Project. Where the number of DPs exceed by more than 10% compared to that identified at the time of the draft RAP. submit the findings of the RCS to the province for upward revision of the rates to ensure that all compensation is paid at replacement cost. the compensation plan would be submitted to the WB for information. on behalf of the VEC. local authorities. including planning. Assist local authorities. Responsibility The following key institutions (the project owner. evaluation. Assistance and Resettlement Boards of the provinces and districts and preparation of Compensation Plans for each commune or section. IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS IX. ensuring overall project’s coordination and supervision of resettlement activities and coordination/liaison with the World Bank. PMU85.e. ensuring that funds for resettlement (i. It is responsible for realization of the Da Nang .. (1) The Vietnam Expressway Corporation (VEC) and Project Management Unit 85 (PMU 85) The VEC under the Ministry of Transport (MOT). monitoring.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 IX. Provide overall guidance and coordinate closely with the concerned Page 103 - - - - .) will be responsible and accountable for RP implementation. implementation. District Compensation Committees and GRCs in resolving grievances and complaints of the affected households. Contract a professional appraiser to conduct Replacement Cost Study (RCS) to establish prevalent market prices for different types/categories of affected assets and if the rates thus established are found to be higher than those established by the provincial authorities. It will have the following key responsibilities: Updating DMS information in collaboration with the People’s Committees at various levels and the Compensation. including resettlement policy framework. compensation and all other entitlements) are available in a timely manner and in sufficient amounts. Secure the budget for implementing the RAP. local NGOs etc. budgeting.Quang Ngai Expressway Project.

Supervise and monitor the preparation. Provide standardize DMS and IOL forms and guidance in setting up data management system at each province and district. cost of income restoration programs. Where damages do occur. and implementation of the RP. and communes. damaged property will be restored immediately to its former condition. external monitoring. the DCSCCSC and related groups regarding the Project and its Resettlement Policy. updating. districts. cost of development of relocation sites. to the People’s Committees of the province. and implementation of the RP. as needed. and implementation of the RP. Page 104 - - - - - - - - . VEC will ensure that the contractors. communities. In addition. or government agencies following the compensation policy specified in the RAP. such as dissemination of project information and consultation with affected households and other project stakeholders.and resettlement-related activities for the project. updating. Together with the DCSCCSC. and on the specific tasks of these groups in connection with the preparation. under their contract specifications. updating. are required to take extreme care to avoid damaging property and businesses during their construction activities. the contractor will be required to pay compensation immediately to affected families. This includes resettlement audit (payment and allowances to DPs. Contract an experienced External Monitoring Agency to conduct independent monitoring of resettlement implementation and for postimplementation evaluation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 departments and local authorities on social. groups. Provide orientation. Prepare quarterly progress reports on RP implementation and submit to WB and relevant authorities. Coordinate with the district and commune authorities to regularly update information on the status of resettlement implementation. Coordinate with the Provincial/District Land Administration Offices for the expeditious allocation of replacement land to eligible affected households. administrative costs. Coordinate with the Provincial People’s Committee of Quang Nam to reinforce for the DCSCC at the district level. spearhead field activities in connection with the preparation.

district and commune levels to ensure participation of CBOs. The main responsibilities of the PPC include: Prior to Appraisal. Review and approve findings of the RCS and revise unit costs. NGOs. Establish GRCs at the PC. (2) Provincial People’s Committee and its relevant Departments The responsibilities of Provincial People’s Committee of Quang Nam and its lower administrative levels are guidance as in the Decree 197/2004 and Decrees 84/ 2007 and 69/2009 related to implementing compensation and resettlement. finance and DONRE are responsible for review the compensation and resettlement plans for each household and then submit to the PPC of Quang Nam for its approval. The Provincial People’s Committee (PPC) of Quang Nam will be overall responsible for resettlement activities within its administrative jurisdiction. reinforce the District Compensation and Site Clearance Committees (DCSCC). for private and public assets adversely affected by the Project to reflect replacement cost. and other civil society organizations and representatives of the DPs. where necessary. - - - - - - Page 105 . At the completion of resettlement implementation PMU would be responsible for preparation of Resettlement Completion Report for submission to the Bank. Provide guidance in the updating and implementation of the RP. Approve on land recovery for the project and compensation plans for each HH. Department of Environment and Natural Resources to review dossier applying for land recovery and submit to the PPC for its approval Departments of construction.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 and use of contingencies). Provide guidance for the outstanding issues in the phase of RP implementation.

Implementation of the RAP. Assist in the identification and allocation of land for eligible affected households. Prepare resettlement audit report on a quarterly basis. Livelihood restoration and community liaison team.. Agriculture Department. Organize. DMS. and Assist in the resolution of grievances. the Natural Resources and Environment Department. supervise and manage resettlement activities which will be done by Commune People’s Committees. payment. The main responsibilities of the DCSCC are the following: Coordinate. coordination with various stakeholders. Assist the DCSCC in the DMS. assist DCSCC in the timely delivery of compensation payment and other entitlements to affected households. including for the Page 106 - . in addition to the representatives of the provincial Farmers’ Association. where necessary. will include the heads of the Finance Department. Women’s Union.). The responsibilities of DPC are clearly described in the Decrees 197/2004 and 84/2008. complaint etc. Coordinate with PMU 85 to prepare the Updated RP for endorsement to the PPC.. consultation and disclosure activities. design and implementation of income restoration program. Assist DPs by providing logictic support and documentation of purchase of private agricultural land. relocation arrangement. Chair of affected communes and PMU 85.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (3) District Compensation and Site Clearance Committees (DCSCC) The District Compensation and Site Clearance Committees (DCSCC). Updating of the IOL through the conduct of the DMS. plan and carry out resettlement activities in the district on behalf of the DPC and under the guidance of the PPC and request of PMU 85. Transport Department. The DCSCC need to form at least for the following teams: Mapping and DMS team Compensation calculation team Relocation arrangement team Data base management team (for land recovery. and affected households in that province. which is headed by the Leader of DPCs. Along with the CPC.

(4) Commune People’s Committee (CPC) The CPC will assist the DCSCC in their resettlement tasks. and. To effectively plan and implement livelihood restoration activities and monitor the progress of RP implementation. (ii) capacity building (especially the capacity building on the project policy. to smoothly implement for this project. Most of DCSCC in Viet Nam are mainly experienced with compensation of the national policy. Sign the DMS/Agreement Compensation Forms along with the affected households. Corporate with PMU 85 and DCSCC in organizing consultation and participation of DPs Assist in the resolution of grievances.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 settling of complaints Additionally. and for livelihood restoration programs. in each commune. The areas which most of Project Management Units and DCSCC are weak are internal monitoring and livelihood restoration. Actively participate in all resettlement activities and concerns. The PC of Quang Nam Province and PMU 85 under MOT will do this task. but they lack or have very little experience in implementing the social safeguards as required by the international standard. To implement RP smoothly. IX. and (iii) adequate facilitated with working facility. the implementation of livelihood restoration and assistance to the vulnerable groups as well as data base management and internal monitoring. all DCSCC need for (i) reinforcement of staff. Implementation arrangements (1). an working team will be established (this team will be composed of Page 107 . the CPC will be responsible for the following: Assign Commune officials to assist the DCSCC in the updating cadastral map and the RP and implementation of resettlement activities. Specifically. DCSCC will work closely with the Detailed Design consultant to ensure that all the data collected during DMS and for socio-economic saurveys are as required for efficient resettlement planning and implementation. Identify replacement land for affected households.2. Therefore. Reinforcement of District Compensation and Site Clearance Committees (DCSCC) and commune working groups The DCSCC in all affected districts were established to implement for all compensation and resettlement works of all projects in each district. recruitment of adequate and qualified staff for PMU 85 and DCSCC is required.

the implementation of livelihood restoration programs are constrained due to: i) Weak implementation capacity of the Project Management Unit. its consultant team and at DCSCC need to be adequate and qualified for the different positions of tasks. especially in the livelihood restoration. mechanisms of DMS. participation and consultation. meetings will be held with and information dissemination to stakeholders to introduce. especially according to the WB requirements on the procurement and disbursement. deputy Chairman of Commune. This task will be done by PMU 85. training and the areas should be focused are (i) Objective. (2) Operation manual and Capacity building To implement RAP smoothly. farther front. complaint. especially the specialists who are with international and national experience with land acquisition issues.) In Vietnam. minutes of settling the complaint and process/ Step of RAP implementation in general and steps for each specific task (such as information dissemination. inform all of them about the policy. publicize for the approvals. forms for DMS. (iv) Institutional arrangements. and (iii) Lack of involvement of the relevant institutions to the different aspects of RP implementation. monitoring etc). (ii) Resettlement arrangements. compensation plan. Page 108 .. objectives of RP and steps. (v) Mechanisms. The manual will clearly state the principles. plot allocation. Principle of RAP and Entitlement policy.g. land recovery. Therefore. DCSCC and local authorities. implementation process (e. methodologies used for each specific task. (ii) experience of implementing agencies is limited to compensation and relocation arrangement. compensation payment. adequate institutional arrangement and capacity building are very critical. (iii) Economic restoration activities and schedule. (3) Information campaign At the beginning of Compensation and Resettlement implementation. complaint. representative of women. settlement of complain etc. DCSCC and commune authorities. 84/2007 and 69/2009 of GoV. Compensation Plan. dossiers for approvals of land recovery. requirements of monitoring and evaluation. the manual on the RAP operation would be prepared by the Quang Nam Province and by the safeguard consultant of PMU 85 with support from key Departments including district and commune authorities. villages etc) to cooperate with DCSCC in RP implementation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 land management official. and (vi) Conditions of disbursement the fund from the Project for compensation and resettlement. Capacity building will include of workshops. These are required as the policies of WB and Decrees 197/2004. The human resource at PMU 85.

and meetings with affected households. Key information in the updated RAP to be disclosed to the affected households through the Public Information Booklet. The PPC will approve on land recovery for the project in general and then the District PCs will issue their decisions on land recovery to each individual Page 109 . relocation and rehabilitation options. radio/televion. get them reviewed and approved by DONRE of Quang Nam province. (v) grievance procedures. will include (i) compensation. All minutes of meetings. of draft and final site planning. (ii) DMS results. It is good practice that the project and resettlement information kiosks/centers should be set up at the offices of DCSCC and affected communes and the updated information will be posted there. and (vii) displacement schedule. It is also a good practice that DCSCC should prepare a Frequent Asked and Answered Questions (question raised by DPs and answer to them by DCSCC). Newspapers. (iii) detailed asset valuations. In the period of RP implementation. all decisions and approvals related to compensation and resettlement etc) must be followed. If this are well organized. (iv) entitlements and special provisions. draft and approved compensation plans for DPs. it would minimize the potential of complaint from DPs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (4) Consultation and Disclosure Consultations will be conducted with stakeholders. Disclosure of the updated RAP to DPs will be carried out prior to its submission to WB for review and approval. Prepare dossier to apply for the approval of land recovery (project EIA and cadastral maps). and (iii) any revisions to the updated RP as a result of changes in scope or design layout. photos. The DCSCC will disclose at the Project and Resettlement information kiosks/centers of districts/communes: (i) draft updated RAP prior to submission for review and approval by WB. 84/2007 and 69/2009 (such as final cadastral map. All consultation and disclosure activities will be properly documented. (vi) timing of payments. an information leaflet or brochure. information disclose according the requirements in the Decrees 197/2004. (ii) final updated RP approved by C/PPC and WB. Monitoring of resettlement implementation reports will also be made available to affected households and will be uploaded on WB website. This dossier will be submitted to DONRE for its review and then to the PPC for its approval. attendance sheets will be prepared and recorded. (5) Cadastral maps and land recovery approval The PMU 85 and DCSCCs to put the benchmarks on the ground for the footprint of the project affected area and update the cadastral maps for the affected areas of each commune. especially with DPs and particularly with the vulnerable households. The information will be made publicly available in Project and commune offices and provided to the affected households in the form of a summary RAP.

g. Independent Valuation Agency and External Monitoring Agency Consultants will be mobilized as soon as the loan agreement between WB and GoV is signed. The external monitoring activities will begin as soon as the DMS and entitlements are finalized based on the rates established by the RCS and approved by the PPC.. agreed by PMU 85 and then reviewed. The Terms of References (TORs) for the replacement cost study and External monitoring will be prepared by PMU 85. The cadastral maps and list of affected DPs will be prepared by DCSCC and posted at each affected commune office. Independent valuation agency on values of land and other affected properties will also be recruited by PMU 85 to update the Replacement Cost Study (RCS). In case of any disagreement on the DMS. information on socioeconomic characteristics for which the households would be entitled to assistance such as: tenure status. However. DCSCC and Surveyor etc. The external monitoring agency will be selected prior to commencement of DMS activities. all DPs are required to submit copies of LURCs or any legal papers to assist DCSCC in the preparation of the Compensation Plan. It will at least cover 20% of DPs affected by loss of productive land and at least 10% of other DPs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 household. (7). (6). Page 110 .).. one copy of DMS will be kept by the affected household. The procedures for the DMS are similar to those for the IOL. This task will be carried out in parallel with the DMS. It should be noted that at the time of DMS activities. The DMS form then need stamped by commune authorities and DCSCC. approved by provincial authorities of Quang Nam province. Mobilization of Consultants. get it reviewed. All DMS forms are reviewed and signed by DPs as well as relevant parties involved to these activities are required by the laws (e. detailed recording of all land and non-land assets. Consultants for these services should not by any company or agency which established or under the management of the Government authorities. i. the DPs will not sign the DMS forms until the issues are resolved following the grievance redress process. Conduct of Detailed Measurement Survey The conduct of the updated Census and Detailed Measurement Survey (DMS) will be done after the approval of the Quang Nam Province on land recovery for the project. Representatives of commune.e. A new socio-economic survey will be carried out if RAP updating does not commence within two years as demographic and socio-economic factors may change significantly. The DMS form should be similar to the IOL from used for this RAP in order to cover all information needed to determine all types of impacts for the entitlement of DPs. The DMS will be done by DCSCCs following final design and staking of the road alignment.

particular attention would be paid to document all registered and un-registered business losses including those of business establishments and industries. other vulnerability characteristics. Any disagreement on Compensation. 8 The Committee will be established separatedly with District Resetlement Committees Page 111 .) will be disclosed to the affected people and post at the affected commune offices for affected DPs to check and give feedback to DCSCC (as required in the Decrees 197/2004 and 84/2007). Compensation. Resettlement and Assistance Plans will be submitted to DOFs for their review and to the PPC for the approval. and DP representatives. their losses. incentive etc. CRC (1-2 persons at each 03 level). mass organization/civil society/CBOs/NGOs (1-2 persons). Resettlement and Assistance Plan will not be signed by DPs until it is resolved following the grievance redress process. reviewed by DOF and then approved by Quang Nam PPC or by its delegated authorities . DMS form will be the used as the basis for preparing the Compensation. The official list of DPs. The DMS would also pay particular attention to the ownership status or claims on the land within the ROW and conduct extensive consultations with the DPs to reach consensus on the claims and any entitlements that may emerge from such consultations. GRCs will be established by respective PPCs as soon as the RAP is approved by the Government of Vietnam. Further.. (8) Establishment of GRCs The Grievance Redress Committee8 (called GRC) at 03 levels (commune/district and provincial level) will be established at the time of the project announcement publicly. would be collected for all the affected households. The Compensation. (9). Resettlement and Assistance Plan for each affected household will be prepared by DCSCC. Resettlement and Assistance Plan for each affected household. and corresponding payments (compensation and allowances. Resettlement and Assistance Plan Together with the result of the Replacement Cost Study as reviewed and approved by the PPC. Lawyer Union/associations. At each level. the committee members will include 5-7 representatives from: PMU.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 household incomes (to determine poverty status). Then Compensation.

Resettlement and Assistance Plans will be posted at the commune offices to inform DPs and commune authorities. detailed cost of compensation and other components with the quantities/number of affected assets and number of DPs for each type of resettlement cost component. The resettlement site will be located close to the project boundary and acceptable to the DPs. (14) Preparation of Resettlement Completion Report An EMA will be hired by the project owner and an Resettlement Completion Report will be prepared when the compensation to DPs and construction completed. The Income Rehabilitation Assistance/Training will be delivered during the implementation of compensation to DPs until the DPs have restored their livelihood to pre-project levels. The Resettlement Completion Report will provide in detail the category and scale of impacts with the number of DPs in each category.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 (1) Planning for Relocation and Resettlement Site Development The VEC. includes credit loan. (12). The payment will be done by DCSCC or through local Bank with the supervision of commune authorities. All households with the approved plans will invited by DCSCC to receive their entitlement in cash. or PMU 85 together with Quang Nam province will responsible for planning relocation and resettlement site. and entitlements for allowances and other assistance. Any relocated DPs. who are not assigned to land plot at the time of the project construction will be entitled to get rental housing assistance for their period of temporary residence. compensation rates used to determine compensation. The Resettlement Completion Report will also provide comparative details on the Page 112 . Compensation payment The Approved Decision on the Compensation. Payment will need the presence of both husband and wife and with their identity cards. job creation. (13) Resettlement Site Development and Relocation of DPs The resettlement sites will be available 6 months (or at least 3 months) prior to the project construction. compensation rates and total cost. (11) Planning for Income Rehabilitation Assistance The income rehabilitation assistance programme will be prepared for DPs affected by loss of productive land or relocated DPs. Each household would be provided with a Summary Compensation Form showing the summary of affected assets. the income rehabilitation assistance might be. vocational training.

as necessary. It needs to be prepared in details by each DCSCC and the social safeguard team of PMU 85 for quarterly or semi-annual plans. IX.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 compensation rates established by the province and determined based on the Replacement Cost Study and consultation with the DPs to ensure that the final rates for assessment of compensation reflect prevalent market rates.3. RAP implementation schedule An implementation schedule for RAP is linked to the project physical works schedule. additional assistance to the DPs would be provided. Since planning and development of resettlement sites and income restoration measures require coordination between several agencies and often a slow and longterm process. The main tasks and time respectively are planed as table below. Page 113 . In case the review by the Bank identify any gaps in compliance of the policy and entitlements specified in the RAP. these activities will be initiated as soon as the approval for the final RP is obtained and its implementation begins.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table IX-1: Proposed schedule for RAP implementation with key activities Page 114 .

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(ii) changes in living standards and livelihoods. (c) Income restoration programs designed and delivered including modifications in the programs and provision of additional cash and inkind assistance to the participating affected households as and when necessary. As such. including compensation in cash or in kind.1. replacement land. and (f) The transition between resettlement and commencement of civil works is smooth and that sites are not handed over for civil works until affected households have been satisfactorily compensated and resettled. External Monitoring The main objective of external monitoring is to provide an independent periodic review and assessment of (i) achievement of resettlement objectives. (d) Public information. with no discrimination according to gender. vulnerability. MONITORING AND EVALUATION X. (b) Affected households are paid their compensation and other entitlements as per approved updated RP. resettlement sites developed and people moved onto them. Internal monitoring and supervision will have the following objectives: (a) Compensation and other entitlements are computed at rates and procedures as provided in the approved RP.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 X. The PMU 85 in turn will include updates on resettlement in its regular progress reports to MOT and WB. the PMU 85 will maintain a file of all data gathered in the field. Internal monitoring The Land Acquisition and Resettlement Unit under PMU 85 will serve as the Project’s internal monitoring body. ensuring that all entitlements are delivered as planned and agreed. public consultation and grievance redress procedures are followed as described in the approved RP. allowances. X. (e) Affected public facilities and infrastructure are restored promptly. (iii) restoration of the economic and social base of Page 116 . including a data base on the affected households.2. or any other factor. Social monitoring reports will be made available to the affected households and will be submitted to WB for its review and concurrence. Grating of LURC to relocating HH at the resettlement sites.

on sample affected households. and (e) Provide recommendations for improving resettlement updating and implementation. Relative to compliance monitoring during resettlement implementation. (iv) effectiveness and sustainability of entitlements. the EMA will monitor and evaluate specific issues such as the following: Public consultation and awareness of resettlement policy and entitlements. This is possible through a PostResettlement Implementation Evaluation Study that will be carried out 6-12 months following completion of all resettlement activities. (b) Monitor updating and implementation of the RAP. (g) Carry out compensation and resettlement audit.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 the affected people. (d) Monitor the resolution of complaints and grievances of affected households. Specific to resettlement updating and implementation activities. existing baseline data and gather additional socio-economic information. Level of satisfaction of DPs with the provisions and implementation of the RP. (c) Identify any discrepancy between policy requirements and actual implementation of resettlement. The external monitoring agency (EMA) will be recruited prior to RAP implementation activities. as necessary. the main activities of the EMA will revolve around the following: (a) Review implementation capacity of DCSCC. Construction/Rebuilding of replacement houses and structures on residual ROW or to new relocation sites (outside the ROW). Page 117 . Land acquisition and transfer procedures. (f) Issue certification that each DP has received the full payment in accordance with the entitlements specified in the RAP. Strategic lessons for future policy formulation and planning will also be drawn from the monitoring and evaluation of resettlement. and (v) the need for further mitigation measures. Coordination of resettlement activities with construction schedule.

the database disaggregates information by gender. Resettlement impacts caused during construction activities. (b) Review of Socio-economic Survey (SES) baseline. A post resettlement survey will be carried out one year following completion of resettlement activities. Participation of DPs in RP updating and implementation - - - - The methods to be employed by the EMA in its monitoring work are summarized here under: (a) Review of detailed measurement survey documents to be able to establish a baseline for monitoring and evaluating project benefits. The same DPs interviewed during RP updating will be interviewed. If land acquisition does not occur for at least two years. which will involve obtaining Page 118 . During the conduct of the DMS. Land title issues and process of land title granting. process. vulnerability and ethnicity (c) Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA). EMA will carry out another SES. the landless and other vulnerable groups. Monitor the types and level of assistance provided by project authorities to the DPs who wish to purchase replacement private agricultural land. the very poor. resolution).Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 - Grievance redress mechanism (documentation. impact and sustainability of entitlements and income restoration programs and the need for further improvement and mitigation measures if the objectivs of the project are not fully achieved. Special attention will be paid to the inclusion of women. and. the EMA will also monitor the DMS process to determine and assess if DMS activities are being carried out in a participatory and transparent manner. Special attention will be given to DPs affected by loss of productive land and vulnerable DPs. Relocation site development (housing and market) from identification of sites in consultation with DPs. Identify DPs who have not been able to restore their income levels and in need for continued assistance. to resettlement site development and relocation of DPs. The EMA to check on a random basis the DMS process with DPs from identification to agreement on DMS results. Sampling will include 20% of DPs affected by loss of productive land as well as at least 10% of all other DPs. Capacity of DPs to restore/re-establish livelihoods and living standards. with set questions for women and other target groups. Effectiveness.

for example. integration of resettled households in host communities or construction work employment. The EMA report will include resettlement audit per monitoring period. (e) The Terms of Reference for External Monitoring will be prepared by PMU 85 and get it agreed by WB before inviting for external monitoring for RP. identifying existing or potential problems. (f) The EMA will prepare monitoring reports every three (3) months up through the period when DPs receive compensation and remove from acquired land. income restoration and relocation. The EMA will also conduct a post-resettlement evaluation twelve (12) months after compensation and relocation are completed. (d) Resettlement audit will be conducted during the monitoring period.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 information. Page 119 . e) formal and informal interviews with affected households. and other vulnerable groups to monitor and asses the progress the DPs are making to restore their living standards. All EMA reports will be submitted to PMU 85 with a copy submitted to the WB and to the VEC directly. of resettlement site development. The EMA will be present at the time of disbursement of payments to DPs during monitoring. ethnic minority. and. b) focus group discussions on specific topics such as compensation payment. and finding specific time-bound solutions through participatory means including: a) key informant interviews. f) in-depth case studies of problems are identified by internal or external monitoring and required special efforts to resolve. c) community public meetings to discuss community losses. The PRA will also focus on good practice. women. d) direct field observations.

DP complaints can be made verbally or in written form. lawyers association. A Grievance Redress Committees at province. and representatives of the DPs. in coordination with the PMU85 staff. women’s association and other CBOs and NGOs. will make all attempts to settle DP issues at the commune level through community consultation. and discuss all the issues and complaints. and take decisions in an objective and transparent manner. In the case of verbal complaints. entitlements. At each level. A four-stage procedure for redress of grievances is proposed: Page 120 . The grievance redress mechanism and appeal procedures will also be explained in the Project Information Booklet (PIB) that will be distributed to all DPs The PIB will be prepared and distributed to all affected communities during the meetings. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM A well-defined grievance redress and resolution mechanism will be established to address DP grievances and complaints regarding land acquisition. remain independent. district level and commune levels will be established. the committee members will include 5-7 representatives from PMU. the committee hearing the complaint will be responsible to make a written record during the first meeting with the DP. All meetings will be recorded by the members of the GRC at the respective commune and district level resettlement committees and copies will be provided to DPs. These Grievance Redress Committees will draw its members from PMU85. The commune officials. rates and payment and procedures for resettlement and income restoration programs. Copies of minutes of meetings will be provided to PMU 85 and WB upon request. DPs will be exempt from or PMU 85 will pay for all administrative and legal fees incurred in the resolution of grievances and complaints. mass organization/civil society/CBOs/NGOs (1-2 persons). DPs are entitled to lodge complaints regarding any aspect of the land acquisition and resettlement requirements such as. All DPs will be made fully aware of their rights. and the detailed procedures for filing grievances and an appeal process will be publicized through an effective public information campaign. compensation and resettlement in a timely and satisfactory manner. CRC (1-2 persons at each 03 level). DRC/CRC.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 XI. Participation of civil society members and DPs representatives would ensure that the GRCs function without any coercion. However. For the purposes of grievance redress and resolution. Lawyer Union/associations and DP representatives . which is a positive way to resolve issues that concern DPs. where DPs are still dis-satisfied with the outcome of these attempts and have outstanding complaints and grievances would be encouraged to submit their complaints to the commune level GRC.

Step 4. DPs may appeal to the Quang Nam province GRC within 15 days of the decision in step 2. The Province GRC will give their decision on the complaint within 15 days. Step 3. The said EMA may recommend further measures to be taken to redress unresolved grievances. Persons filing a complaint will not be charged administration or complaint fees. Step 2. The District GRC will be responsible for resolving the complaint within 15 days. including determining the area and value of affected assets will be conducted as follows: Step 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 If it is impossible to solve their complaints at the commune or ward level. Persons who are unsatisfied with the decisions of the ward/communal level in Step 1 can appeal to the District GRC within 15 days of the date of the decision in Step 1. DPs can take the following steps: Procedures and Steps to Resolve Complaints: Resolving complaints related to the RP. Persons who are unsatisfied with any issues in the program of economic recovery and resettlement can report verbally or in writing to their Ward/Communal GRC that will be responsible for resolving their complaint in writing within 15 days. If the DPs are unsatisfied with the decision at the province level. they may present their petition to their district court for a decision within 15 days of the decision by the GRC at the city level. Page 121 . The external monitoring agency will be responsible for checking the procedures for and resolutions of grievances and complaints. If they are unsatisfied with the decisions at the district level.

issued by Quang Nam Province on Compensation Rates and Resettlement Assistance and Decision 46/2009/QD-UBND dated 18 December 2009 on land prices in Quang Nam Province . The findings of the RCS will be submitted to the PPC for comparison and revisions.1. Compensation Prices The cost estimate for compensation of land. According to results of preliminary replacement cost assessment the compensation prices issued by the Quang Nam Province PC for movable assets are generally reflecting replacement costs of affected houses and secondary structures as well as of attached crops and trees. resettlement FOR Quang Nam section is based on the followings: The cost estimates for compensation of land. in case of reasonable fluctuation of unit construction costs.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 XII. compensation rates of houses are determined by government on yearly basis based on market value of different class of houses. The rates thus established for each class are applicable to all houses in that class and cover the most expensive type of houses. where necessary to ensure that the final rates reflect market prices and that all assets are compensated at the replacement cost. According to the Land Law 2003. especially the recent Decree 17/2006/CP has provided legal base for land compensation reflecting market prices. the local PCs used to update them accordingly. The prices will be updated following the latest Decision issued by Quang Nam Province to reflect the annual updating of prices as required by Decree 197/2004/NDCP at the time of implementation. Provincial or City PCs’ issued prices of land have to be updated annually and be publicly announced on the 1st of January every year. resettlement assistance and economic restoration includes of the items which were described in item III. Currently. The cost for the allowances. The New Land Law 2003. The VET will contract an independent land price appraisers licensed by the Department of Finance to cary out Replacement Cost Study (RCS) for all the affected assets based on the prevalent market prices. allowance and resettlement implementation of the RA for Quang Nam section are based on the Decision 29/2008/QD-UBND. 26 August 2008. The RCS will cover a randomly selected sample of houses in each class to show that the same price indeed applies to the houses/structures in the same class and that the compensation rates were determined based on the maximum market price. affected assets and rehabilitation. COST AND BUDGET XII.3. Page 122 . It is worth noting that the practice of resettlement implementation in Vietnam shows that. affected assets and rehabilitation.10 of Chapter III above.

In case of any over-run of resettlement costs. Monitoring cost: The PMU85 also is responsible for contracting with an or some external organizations. Cost estimate The summarized total resettlement cost for the Quang Nam section is estimated based on the compensation rats established by the province. The details of estimated cost are presented in Annex E. the rate for contingency should be at about 10% of total cost of compensation and RP preparation. it is estimated that it needs for at about 1.3 of Chapter VII.152. Page 123 . These are estimated to be 1. specialized on social sciences or anthropology to carry out the independent monitoring of the subproject’s resettlement implementation. Contingency cost: It is learned from the implemented projects and from the conservative side. in case of significant differences. This is in addition to the contingency of 10 % to cover for any unforeseeable cost incurred in detail implementation.2. updates as necessary.1 below. as presented in Table XII. Administration and management cost of 2% of resettlement cost is included in total cost of resettlement.0% of the total compensation base cost. Final rates established by the province would be compared with the rates obtained through the Replacement Cost Study and. The final rates thus determined and approved will be applied to the compensation plan to the affected DPs. XII. VEC will ensure that sufficient additional funds would be made available in a timely manner. Before RAP implementation.342.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 subsidized cost to the resettlement site development was described as in item VII. An or some interested independent monitoring institutions will prepare the technical and financial proposals for bidding and actual cost will be decided through procurement for independent monitoring. Because the cost of monitoring work has not yet detailed norms set by the Government.072.594 VND. the survey on the replacement cost will be done by consultant and then propose the unit compensation costs at the replacement values to the PPC of Quang Nam for its review and approval.

594 Exchange USD (1USD = 19.697 46.541 1. of Affected Asset 4.000 1.790.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Table XII-1: Summary Estimated Resettlement Cost for the Quang Nam section No I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV Compensation for land Compensation for Structures Compensation for other fixed assets Compensation for crops and trees Cost of resettlement site development Cost of Public Facilities Compensation for Loss of Businesses Allowances SUB-TOTAL A (I+II+III+IV+V+VI+VII+VIII) Cost of Management (2% of I .133.351 2.308 0 5.166.000 20.052 3.137.014.080.000 908.000.478.073.308 521.040.667 12.427.367 104.196 52.733.000 20.738.000 581.849.054.016.576.004.678.103.203 m2 2.500.558.032.795.342.334 1.600.633 24 communes Grand Total Page 124 .332.578 240.370.600 39.278 2.300 98.826.207 Trees 245.000 10.789 30.014 1.152.351 759 3.590 29.072.000.060.712. of DPs 3.590 25.600.009.523 m2 37.228m2 Rice and annual crops and 1.000 499.815.358 0 1.734.344 m2 78 electricity and telephone poles 34 Households No.261 m2 40.042.452 5.770.540.967 59.327 1.923.000 VND) 13.900 20.342 2 34 Total cost (VND) 254.VII) Cost of RCS (Resettlement Cost Survey) Cost of External Monitoring & Evaluation (1% of I-VII) SUB-TOTAL B (X+XI+XII) Contingency 10% x (IX+XIII) Items No.800.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WB. VIETNAM NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL POLICIES AND PROPSOED POLICY FOR THE PROJECT Annex A Page 1 .

and (ii) lost of assets or access Decree 197. loss of assets or access to assets including loss of income sourses or means of livelihood.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) As specified in the National Law Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) As specified in the National Law Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) As specified in the National Law Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) 1 (2) Objectives (3) Involuntary resettlement should be avoided where feasible. in real terms. Annex A Page 1 . to pre-displacement levels or to levels prevailing prior to the beginning of project implementation. minimize resettlement impacts. and are caused by (i) the involuntary taking of land resulting in relocation or loss of shelter. resettlement activities should be conceived and executed as sustainable development programs Displaced persons should be assisted in their efforts to improve their livelihoods and standards of living or at least to restore them. 2 Impacts Covered This WB’s policy covers direct economic and social impacts that both result from Bank-assisted investment projects. in fact. (4) There is no provision for similar objectives in Decree 197 Decree 197 does not include land acquisition policy. Where it is not feasible to avoid resettlement. whichever is higher.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. if not. or minimized. Ensuring the affected persons shall receive compensations and other assistances to at least maintain or otherwise improve their preproject living standards and income-earning capacity if involuntary resettlement impacts are unavoidable. The GoV’s policy cover direct impacts on land acquisition caused by the development projects As in the National Law As in the National Law As in the National Law The project policy covers all socioeconomic impacts resulting in involuntary land acquisition. it describes the works carried out when a decision for land acquisition is issued. (8) The project objective is to avoid.

the DPs will be entitled to get compensation/assitances (8) 3 Criteria for Eligibility Displaced persons may be classified in one of the following three groups: (a) those who have formal legal rights to land (including customary and traditional rights recognized under the laws of the country). and (c) those who have no recognizable legal right or claim to the land they are occupying. National Law National Law National Law Those who have no recognizable legal right or claim to the land they are occupying. Decree 197 recognizes that the displaced households are identified as (i) those who have full title to land use right certificate (LURC) and (ii) non-legal users or users without papers or documents if they have been using the land to be affected by a project in a stable manner prior to 15th October 1993. (b) those who do not have formal legal rights to land at the time the census begins but have a claim to such land or assets—provided that such claims are recognized under the laws of the country or become recognized through a process identified in the resettlement plan. whether or not the affected persons must move to another location (4) The indirect impacts such as income source or means of livelihood are not mentioned in the policy. and (c) those who have no recognizable legal right or claim to the land they are occupying.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) to assets. if they have been using the land to be affected by a The criteria for eligibility in the project policy covers all Displaced Persons (DPs) who may be classified in one of the following three groups: (a) those who have formal legal rights to land (including customary and traditional rights recognized under the laws of the country). Annex A Page 2 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. For all said case. (b) those who do not have formal legal rights to land at the time the census begins but have a claim to such land or assets—provided that such claims are recognized under the laws of the country or become recognized through a process identified in the resettlement plan. (3) (iii) loss of income sources or means of livelihood.

but may be assisted. the DPs will receive assistance corresponding to 50% of land replacement cost. or if they have not been in possession of land for a reasonable length of time.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. or lease or other tenancy. This includes indigenous groups. and to rehabilitation assistance of various kinds. Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law For residential land. (8) 4 Cutoff date Cut-off date established at time of Inventory of Losses (IOL) and specified at the time of Detailed Measurement Survey (DMS) to determine eligibility for compensation.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) (3) (4) project in a stable manner after 15th October 1993 will not be compensated for land. b) Illegal DPs are entitled to compensation for the value of remaining improvements to or on the affected land. For poor or vulnerable DPs who have no other residential land in the same ward/commune. Land Law 2003: a) DPs are considered illegal and excluded from eligibility for compensation if they do not possess Land Use Rights Certificates (LURC) or entitlements to LURC. Provisions of the National Law Provisions of the National Law Provisions of the National Law The date of commencement of census and asset inventory surveys by the provincial authorities following approval of the project by GOV. cash assistance equivalent to 60% of the land Annex A Page 3 . on case to case basis. 5 Entitlements for DP who lack formal title to affected land/assets Land The absence of formal legal title to land is not a bar to entitlements. ethnic minorities. people who claim affected land without formal legal rights and others who may have usufruct or customary rights to land or other resources. with title to the land (plot of 40 m2 in urban area and 100m2 in rural area). in lieu of compensation for land. Land Law: No specific requirement to establish a cut-off date Decree 197: any changes to property on land to be recovered established after public disclosure of project approval decision to recover land are not eligible for compensation. or on request of the DPs. the project will provide either a residential plot of minimum size at a common RS or on a individual residential plot. Non-titled DPs including displaced tenants. and often have no formal title to their land.

ensure greater security of tenure and upgrading of livelihoods. at the informed request by the DPs.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) (3) sharecroppers and squatters are entitled to resettlement assistance that may include replacement land. all eligible DPs whether legal. or. legalizable or non-titled need to be compensated at replacement costs. if there is no land available for allocation or. b) Article 18: No compensation will be paid for houses. ii) after July 2004 in violation of land use plans. structures built i) without permission following notification of land use plans.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. (4) (8) replacement cost for them to arrange relocation by themselves For agriculture land. Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law Annex A Page 4 . for houses. the DPs who do not have legal or legalizable rights to the affected land. are entitled to the assistance amount equal to 30% of replacement cost. PPC shall consider some form of assistance. in addition to above. Decree 197: a) Article 6: In the case of DPs not eligible for compensation. Assets For non-land assets. plus fees for relevant administrative procedures. For poor and vulnerable and farmers affected by loss of productive land. a rehabilitation/training assistance will be provided to ensure the DPs are able at least to restore or improve their income levels and living standards. All affected structure and houses will be compensated at 100% of replacement cost without any depreciation or deduction for salvaged material.

(8) 6 Compensation for Land. although the PPC will consider assistance on a case-to case basis. in accordance with the allocated land use purpose. c) Article 20: In the case of acquired land that is not eligible for compensation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. Each city/province PCs set up tables of price for land/assets. and other fixed assts Based on replacement costs (reflecting market prices plus transaction fees). Article 9. Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law The PMU will contract professional licensed appraiser to carry out Replacement Cost Study (RCS) to establish compensation rates reflecting prevalent market values and submit these to the City PC for comparison with the rates established by the respective PPCs. Structure. which will be the basis for compensation.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) (3) (4) structures or other property established after notification of land recovery. The PPC will finalize compensation rates for the project taking into consideration the findings of the RCS to ensure that the final rates Annex A Page 5 . Decree 197. Tree/Crop. no compensation will paid for houses/ structures that have violated announced land use plans or the right-of-way. affected houses and structures will be compensated at 80% of replacement cost if they have not violated announced land use plans or the right-of-way.

(ii) 300 m2 for rural area and (iii) 400 m2 for remoted mountanous area. 28: Only registered businesses and their employees with long-term contract are eligible for compensation. However. Rehabilitation Assistance during Provision of the National Law Probvision of the National Law Support to be provided to both licensed and un-licensed affected business households. Households identified as eligible for relocation if their remaning land is less than 30 m2 at urban area or household have many persons (above 8 members) demand for resettlement that will be considered by DRC for land provision. including their registered employees. Provision of the National Law Landplot in resettlement site (i) does not exceed 200 m2 for urban area. Minimum area of 100 m2 for land plot at resettlement site is suggested Households identified as eligible for relocation if (i) the remaning land is less than 50 m2 in urban area.12) Losing over 30% of their agricultural land (Decree 69/2009) Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law All displaced households to be relocated. 9 Business Loss Support for all affected households doing business 10 Rehabilitation Where necessary to achieve Decree 197: Articles 26. Households identified as eligible for relocation if (i) DPs loosing entire residential land or if the remaining land is insufficient to rebuilt based upon regulation of the respective PPC and (ii) DPs do not have any accommodation in project commune/ward/town. Land Law and Decree 197 There is no specific eligibility criteria for resettlement.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) reflect compensation at replacement cost All DPs affected by loss of productive land are considered entitled to receive additional support and income rehabilitation assistance 7 8 Threshold of "severely affected income" for DPs when their agricultural land is acquired Resettlement Arrangment Losing over 20% of their agricultural land (OP/BP 4.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. and (ii) Households that are not eligible for compensation and have no other house will be considered on case to case. The project policy on the Assistance is Assistance is Assistance is Annex A Page 6 . the DPs who are entitled for resettlement include: (i) The displaced households whose land and houses are eligible for compensation. and (ii) the remaning land is not less than 100 m2 in rural area. The size of plot at resetlement sites would be in accordance with the provision of the respective PPC regulations.

36/2009 of Da nang PPC.Allowance for Vocational Training and Job Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) Measures (3) the objectives of the policy. credit facilities. 66/2009 of Quang Ngai PPC.Assistance for Relocation B.Allowance for Living/production Stabilization . and. and (ii) provided with development assistance in addition to compensation measures such as land preparation. garden land. pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land . garden land.Material Transport Allowance . including: . pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land . 23/2010 of Quang Nam PPC.Allowance for Production Stabilization and Vocational Training.Allowance for Living and Production Stabilization . including: .Transport Allowance Annex A Page 7 . and.Allowance for Vocational Training and Job Creation. (8) rehabilitation is summarized as following: A. income restoration or assistances.Other Assistances Based on the strategic rehabilitation program. (4) Transition Period will be appplied based on Clause 17.Material Transport Allowance .Support for vocational training and job creation C.Allowance for Living and Production Stabilization . Impact on Residential Land .Relocation Allowance . 21.House Repair . garden land.Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. each province will issue specific rehabilitation. . pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land . . pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land .12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) regulated in accordance with Decision No. or job opportunities.Facility Connection . Job Creation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. 22 Decree No 69/2009 của CP.Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. garden land. . pond land adjacent to residential land but are not recognized as residential land .Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area.Material Transport Allowance . for a transition period. Other Allowances/Assistance: .Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area. house renting and Living Stabilization . Impact on Agricultural Land .Allowance for Living and Production Stabilization .Allowance for Material Transport.Assistance for agricultural land in the residential area.Allowance for the Poors and Social Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) regulated in accordance with Decision No. the resettlement plan or resettlement policy framework will also include measures to ensure that displaced persons are (i) offered support after displacement.Relocation Allowance . training. garden land.Allowance for the Poors and Social Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) regulated in accordance with Decision No.Rental House Allowance . including: .Relocation Allowance . including: .Bonus .Allowance for Vocational Training and Job Creation. 20. based on a reasonable estimate of the time likely to be needed to restore their livelihood and standards of living.

ethnic minorities. and (iii) other Vulnerable Annex A Page 8 . and (v) landless households. the landless. displaced households including the poor. ware veterans. However. In the project. )ii) Social Policy. Provision of the National Law Provision of the National Law In the project. Decree 69/2009 There is not specific policy on the vulnerable group in general. allowances/assistance Targeted to Vulnerable Households include (i) Landless Household.Allowance for the Poors and Social Policy Households . (iii) households falling under the current MOLISA benchmark poverty line.Incentive Bonus . the vulnerable group means individuals or distinct groups of people who might suffer disproportionately or face the risk of being further marginalized by the effects of land and property recovery or resettlement and specifically includes: (i) female headed households with dependents (ii) households with disabled persons. women and children. (iv) children and elderly households who are with no other means of support.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Policy Households .Other Assistances Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Creation.Incentive Bonus . the elderly. especially those below the poverty line.Other Assistances Provision of the National Law Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) 11 Assistance to Vulnerable Group To achieve the objectives of WB’s policy. or other displaced persons who may not be protected through national land compensation legislation Decree 197/2004. and. particular attention should be paid to the needs of vulnerable groups among those displaced. indigenous peoples.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. .Other Assistances Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Policy Households . wouded or dead soldiers families) are provided with support. social policy household (heroic mothers.

Post-implrementation evaluation recommended to determine whether the objectives of the policy are achieved.12) National Law (revised version 2003) and Decree 197/2004 Da Nang PPC ( Dec 36/2009/QDUBND dated 24/12/2009) (5) Not applicable Quang Nam PPC ( Dec 23/2010/QDUBND dated 30/09/2010) (6) Not applicable Quang Ngai PPC ( Dec 66/2009/QDUBND dated 31/12/2009) (7) Not applicable Da Nang Quang Ngai Expressway Project Policy (1) 12 (2) External Monitoring Agency (3) Independent monitoring agency should be employed to monitor and evaluate the information of compensation and resettlement objectively. Not applicable (4) (8) households. Annex A Page 9 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 National and Project Provincial Regulations No Criteria World Bank Policy (OP/BP 4. Independent monitoring of resettlement implementation included.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX B SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF THE PROJECT AFFECTED HOUSEHOLDS (QUANG NAM PROVINCE SECTION) Annex B Page 10 .

2 0.5 76.0 53.5 35.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Demographic Characteristics of DPs by Commune Total affected HHs surveyed with census and IOL 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.0 0.9 4.7 3.0 46.0 49.1 Less than 4 persons/HH 34.0 42.0 50.0 50.0 52.0 31.0 45.0 55.5 65.7 57.0 50.8 4.0 48.8 57.0 50.2 3.0 35.9 4.7 31.0 7.3 30.0 49.9 4.0 3.5 4.0 10.1 4.4 3.811 Male (%) 45.0 47.3 4.9 0.0 48.2 40.0 4.8 Female (%) 55.0 53.3 3.0 51.9 56.4 34.0 44.0 47.3 4.8 70.0 52.7 2.0 1.3 49.0 40.0 1.0 41.0 50.0 50.0 2.0 51.2 45.9 66.0 55.5 10.0 70.0 48.7 58.2 Gender Ratio Commune Population 110 783 421 169 485 62 115 121 93 448 157 266 374 427 100 77 193 186 271 297 36 195 408 17 5.8 4.0 52.9 55.0 46.1 4.436 Affected Persons Average household size (person/HH) 4.0 47.0 55.3 4.3 38.8 34.0 51.4 41.3 61.2 4.1 4.0 49.9 1.3 39.0 55.7 65.6 4.0 47.0 53.0 54.0 52.5 27.0 54.0 42.6 2.0 51.0 6.1 32.2 3.2 65.6 55.0 47.0 48.0 49.0 52.0 29.1 4.6 4.1 More than 8 persons/HH 14.0 3.2 4.2 25.0 50.6 23.0 48.3 4.5 0.0 52.0 46.0 50.9 0.2 Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Annex B Page 11 .0 51.6 60.0 49.3 3.0 49.0 53.0 5.2 4.2 50.0 45.0 54.0 41.0 49.0 50.0 55.4 4.0 56.0 0.5 71.7 Household Size ( %) From 5-8 persons/HH 50.0 1.0 17.

1 14.4 20.5 16.3 25.9 7.6 4.3 Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Anh Nam Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc 110 783 421 169 485 62 115 121 93 448 157 266 374 427 100 193 186 77 271 297 36 195 408 17 5.9 12.5 16.8 5.8 2.2 27.7 46.2 17.8 25.6 5.3 17.6 22.7 11.5 27.6 9.0 7.5 31.3 15.8 40.2 31.2 40.2 36.8 18.436 Commune Population Average age of surveyed population 32 39 42 35 34 37 38 33 37 39 28 35 35 33 42 41 30 34 45 32 32 38 40 43 36.4 11.0 3.8 27.6 Over 55 years old 18.3 37.8 26.4 14.3 21.3 20.6 25.5 26.7 3.1 32.0 15.3 5.3 11.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Age structure of surveyed population by Commune Total affected HHs surveyed 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.7 30.7 18.4 4.2 25.9 25.5 28.1 27.2 15.0 12.8 41.2 5.811 Total Annex B Page 12 .6 3.6 43.6 26.5 7.6 37.6 4.6 10.5 42.3 6.5 7.3 11.1 8.8 35.7 5.5 15.3 33.9 14.3 9.3 27.4 15.2 17.7 9.5 35.1 37.2 22.7 34.6 2.7 6.0 7.7 41.3 15.2 4.8 30.7 27.0 12.6 12.5 28.2 22.2 23.6 27.3 31.3 From 36 to 55 years old 23.6 32.7 7.7 32.8 30.0 From 18 to 35 years old 29.4 16.4 21.9 7.7 35.8 31.1 2.7 4.7 81.7 36.9 8.8 35.7 10.9 14.1 7.9 12.8 From 5 to 18 years old 20.3 5.3 4.7 7.4 Percentage of age group ( %) Less 5 years old 8.2 5.3 23.4 29.

0 0.4 67.3 1.1 6.2 0.1 0.7 51.9 11.8 55.0 0.1 0.5 26.5 2.0 0.1 9.2 12.2 2.0 0.0 37.0 13.0 0.4 92.9 44.3 38.9 1.8 0.0 0.0 0.5 11.0 3.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Educational status of the heads of householders by Commune Education Level of DP Households Heads Commune Total Surveyed HH Heads Illiterate (%) Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Primary Education (%) Basic Secondary Education (%) High School Education (%) College and (%) 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.4 38.3 12.8 51.0 27.6 32.8 0.4 54.2 54.0 6.2 15.0 0.5 0.8 29.5 2.4 1.6 33.0 0.9 1.0 0.2 45.7 53.2 25.6 0.436 0.2 33.3 36.6 1.1 27.3 59.7 50.8 47.6 0.5 6.7 33.8 48.0 0.0 55.0 11.0 50.6 24.6 26.0 0.0 0.8 2.0 0.5 76.5 30.0 0.7 58.9 28.6 43.0 2.5 2.0 20.7 59.4 37.0 0.0 23.1 9.0 0.8 0.6 62.0 0.3 46.0 1.4 30.3 33.0 0.2 23.0 3.1 Annex B Page 13 .0 0.0 12.6 29.0 0.9 39.0 0.0 26.1 7.0 5.6 12.6 54.0 2.3 10.0 0.4 3.5 0.3 3.0 47.1 0.1 19.8 5.1 57.1 12.7 42.6 24.

5 5.1 6.7 2.3 29.3 38.6 33.1 28.9 46.5 1.4 8.7 15.1 19.4 40.0 20.0 3.2 4.1 39.1 3.9 31.2 32.7 37.9 6.1 7.5 6.9 36.6 3.4 1.3 23.3 19.5 20.9 32.0 38.5 24.8 6.4 7.8 7.7 39.5 35.1 1.4 24.2 25.1 34.6 5.7 24.7 3.8 24.2 49.2 40.7 37.9 26.1 11.5 3.1 3.4 5.1 39.8 42.7 2.9 26.3 45.9 41.7 29.5 4.811 Illiterate (%) Primary Education (%) Basic Secondary Education (%) Higher Secondary Education (%) College and University (%) 6.6 2.5 1.1 45.1 47.4 18.3 15.4 40.4 3.1 3.6 21.4 2.8 3.3 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Education Level of Surveyed DPs Education Level of DP Population Commune Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Total surveyed population 110 783 421 169 485 62 115 121 93 448 157 266 374 427 100 77 193 186 271 297 36 195 408 17 5.8 10.8 14.9 28.8 7.5 28.5 3.4 7.7 37.5 23.9 20.8 20.3 22.3 16.2 27.5 Annex B Page 14 .1 4.9 1.0 15.0 41.6 25.9 19.3 4.4 5.5 2.5 25.2 13.4 13.2 43.5 2.2 37.2 5.3 34.1 2.1 5.1 41.5 27.6 40.9 29.9 3.3 7.1 2.4 31.7 32.8 19.8 47.8 8.2 5.7 4.6 55.8 37.

6 0.5 9.2 0.0 61.8 12.0 0.2 4.9 11.3 10.8 4.7 19.4 7.8 13.0 Annex B Page 15 .1 12.9 13.3 3.4 4.8 82.8 12.4 2.1 2.3 1.2 10.9 69.3 5.7 15.8 4.4 3.5 18.6 2.6 2.9 5.0 2.4 19.2 8.8 7.0 5.4 5.3 5.1 0.5 7.5 1.1 6.0 4.9 5.7 64.7 1.8 59.1 81.1 2.2 0.9 62.3 3.1 5.0 7.4 1.7 7.0 62.2 2.733 61.5 20.4 3.5 7.6 11.8 2.4 9.5 10.6 63.1 2.8 1.8 12.9 6.8 5.7 7.3 66.6 60.2 1.4 1.5 12.3 7.2 0.4 55.5 59.8 3.1 5.8 3.6 1.0 0.5 11.0 2.0 65.6 12.4 9.2 11.2 64.5 59.3 1.3 3.2 5.3 0.9 2.6 6.2 7.8 1.0 5.4 5.1 2.3 62.3 8.8 7.3 76.0 0.0 9.0 7.6 6.2 1.4 10.4 0.1 0.8 5.4 7.5 9.2 1.0 13.8 14.5 9.8 12.8 52.6 5.6 12.0 0.1 4.3 0.5 2.0 3.0 14.5 11.8 7.9 0.2 5.6 7.8 66.8 5.2 12.3 52.0 2.5 1.0 0.2 1.7 75.7 6.9 11.5 2.0 9.7 61.3 0.8 3.7 2.9 11.5 4.8 5.1 8.0 0.5 11.2 59.2 1.6 2.3 5.9 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Types of employment Commune Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Survey population Agriculture (%) Business (%) Workers in industry (%) Gov service (%) Professional (%) self-employed (%) Other (%) Total 78 644 345 135 395 55 90 97 72 332 106 198 284 347 85 59 165 172 227 278 27 150 377 15 4.6 10.7 5.2 4.8 2.7 1.4 2.

3 45.3 45.6 46.6 21.2 46.8 20.099 891.4 25.2 31.0 19.0 33.333 845.6 41.652 807.8 20.632 863.5 33.299 840.3 37.0 24.667 833.000 873.8 27.5 28.9 26.0 45.0 46.0 48.4 31.5 37.333 854.7 21.0 25.045 823.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Average monthly income per capita and Number of poverty household base on MOLISA poverty line by commune Communes Total Survey-ed HHs Average income per capita (VND) 910.0 20.5 50.143 852.0 20.320 767.000 to 500.0 33.0 46.436 Total Annex B Page 16 .7 Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.0 29.750 862.8 19.3 36.448 750.3 37.000 853.746 815.3 28.3 33.3 30.5 % 50.286 849.0 53.8 28.4 30.000 785.5 54.6 25.3 25.500 834.3 32.5 45.143 867.7 43.8 26.0 21.3 46.9 48.347 925.5 37.7 25.000 843.6 40.8 % 35.793 Income Capita with Less than VND 200.333 844.0 31.000 HHs 10 96 48 19 52 6 9 14 14 46 18 28 45 54 10 7 19 19 41 37 3 27 48 2 672 Imcome Capita With More than VND 500.9 41.7 25.6 26.7 25.9 49.0 23.000 HHs 7 39 26 7 38 5 9 9 7 40 12 20 34 35 9 6 14 11 28 22 3 17 27 1 426 % 15.7 38.8 47.0 36.955 827.0 23.7 42.7 28.2 23.000 HHs 3 43 23 9 24 4 7 6 9 21 10 12 26 22 5 5 13 12 19 21 2 15 26 1 338 Income capita From VND 200.4 26.0 24.7 30.000 874.1 26.8 27.

0 23.0 21.8 % 35.6 26.8 26.3 30.6 25.5 33.000 HHs 3 43 23 9 24 4 7 6 9 21 10 12 26 22 5 5 13 12 19 21 2 15 26 1 338 Income Per Capita From VND 200.4 26.2 31.5 28.1 26.8 47.7 43.3 46.8 27.5 54.4 25.000 HHs 10 96 48 19 52 6 9 14 14 46 18 28 45 54 10 7 19 19 41 37 3 27 48 2 672 Income per With Capita More than VND 500.6 46.7 38.2 23.0 19.2 46.0 46.0 33.6 41.000 to 500.3 37.0 29.7 28.5 37.5 % 50.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Number of poverty household base on MOLISA poverty line Commune Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Surveyed HHs 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.3 36.3 45.0 31.9 41.0 46.0 20.7 Total Annex B Page 17 .6 21.3 45.0 45.8 19.4 30.8 27.8 20.9 49.0 53.5 45.5 37.0 24.3 25.3 33.0 23.0 20.436 Income per Capita with Less than VND 200.0 36.5 50.7 25.8 20.0 48.7 30.7 25.0 24.4 31.7 25.7 42.3 32.6 40.9 26.3 28.3 37.000 HHs 7 39 26 7 38 5 9 9 7 40 12 20 34 35 9 6 14 11 28 22 3 17 27 1 426 % 15.7 21.0 33.9 48.0 25.8 28.

0 32.0 75.0 80.0 38.2 33.0 20.7 31.0 80.0 62.0 20.0 78.0 58.0 38.3 90.0 58.0 32.7 10.0 87.0 67.5 80.0 74.0 26.436 Annex B Page 18 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Percentage of HHs experience with periodic health check in affected area Periodic health care check (%) 15.0 62.0 22.0 68.0 63.0 14.5 20.0 68.0 25.0 75.0 33.7 Commune Total Surveyed HHs Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.0 85.2 20.0 42.0 25.0 24.0 42.0 12.0 24.8 67.0 80.3 No Periodic health care check (%) 85.0 75.0 20.0 37.0 73.8 80.3 69.

8 51.0 5.0 100.7 100.2 0.0 0.3 Latrine with semi septic tank (%) 16.0 0.2 43.0 4.0 45.3 78.0 6.0 0.2 0.0 13.0 2.0 4.0 100.0 66.0 0.0 43.0 0.8 100.0 34.0 55.0 3.0 97.0 4.0 0.0 2.0 54.0 60.0 0.8 100.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Percentage of HHs has toilet facilities Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Total Surveyed HHs 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.0 5.0 0.7 Annex B Page 19 .0 62.0 3.0 Latrine over pond or river (%) 4.0 38.0 0.0 93.2 0.0 94.0 0.0 42.0 0.8 87.0 5.3 0.0 Latrine with septic tank (%) 80.0 10.0 95.0 0.0 52.0 40.0 0.0 95.7 21.0 62.0 0.0 58.0 0.0 88.0 32.0 1.0 100.0 0.0 2.0 37.0 48.0 54.436.0 0.0 0.

8 6.2 Annex B Page 20 .0 41.0 83.0 62.0 28.0 55.0 82.0 4.0 35.0 38.3 HH with TV (%) 92.0 96.0 75.0 86.0 100.0 53.0 14.0 100.0 41.0 0.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Consumer Goods of the surveyed households Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Surveyed HH 20 178 97 35 114 15 25 29 30 107 40 60 105 111 24 18 46 42 88 80 8 59 101 4 1.0 30.0 100.0 79.0 58.0 0.0 44.0 0.0 85.0 100.0 75.0 3.0 62.0 32.0 22.0 80.0 51.9 62.0 8.0 13.0 100.0 57.0 0.0 35.0 26.0 100.0 30.3 HH with Video Player 73.0 47.0 2.0 67.0 32.0 45.0 100.0 0.0 34.4 0.0 32.0 98.0 74.0 38.0 13.3 10.0 75.0 55.0 0.0 58.0 8.8 HH with washing machine 5.2 14.0 75.0 32.0 83.0 100.0 80.0 57.0 6.0 26.0 61.0 70.0 10.0 43.0 9.3 0.0 68.0 5.0 (%) 3.0 13.6 0.0 48.0 100.0 65.0 64.0 43.0 47.0 61.0 39.0 77.0 92.0 33.0 85.0 25.0 83.436 HH with HH with telephone motorbike (%) (%) 60.0 35.0 61.0 63.0 29.0 41.0 (%) 25.0 8.0 80.0 5.0 32.0 29.0 0.7 0.0 4.0 43.0 0.0 13.0 50.0 25.0 19.0 25.0 34.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX C RESETTLEMENT IMPACTS Annex C Page 21 .

874 Number of affected people 706 1.556 Annex C Page 22 .243 815 656 331 273 546 410 15.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Number of HHs and heads affected by land acquisition in 24 communes Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Number of affected HH 168 287 114 139 141 117 185 97 220 134 249 80 40 240 115 242 169 401 194 149 87 65 127 114 3.089 727 1.263 490 667 606 480 851 407 682 563 971 352 160 888 380 1.

471 109.786 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Number of affected area of different land types Commune Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Loss of residential land (m2) 19.841 457.128 2.012 43.993 22.054 200.370 11.710 15.503 151.235 46.741 158.625 126327 122.700.745 97.095 19.623 203.630 14.846 185.496 248.140 26.425.136 0 12.692 100.766 133.613 8.459 20.380 23.333 11.100 390.401 130.127 91.195 194.669 23.543 1.884 11.416 28.292 71.589 6.545 3.630 76.262 11.272 8.743 39.482 44.311 9.170 347.761 21.466 61.071 43.463 11.138 Loss of agricultural land (m2) 116.459 305942 39.679 205.149 109.283 Annex C Page 23 .527 44.686.182 363.218 4.607 252.135 169.980 215.358 70.951 150.488 34.579 1.074 30.900 161.523 437.279 232.863 61.273 13.107 179.254 89.589 38.337 113.584 105.018 1.001 59.958 73.644 105.357 150.371 446.863 2.147 16.003 63.289 63.975 11.677 96.570 63.068 185.529 98.631 399.381 102.144 46.243 0 12.319 290.401 180.589 227.876 210.765 267.276 8.086 31.623 Loss of forestry land (m2) 0 0 0 23.762 Loss of other types of land (m2) 114.971 54.503 79.063 34.227 56.255 602.172 15.389 83.690.540 24.247 89.917 46.345 290.761 Total (m2) 249.859 6.322 205.401 250.

529 98.466 61.127 91.958 73.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Degree of Impact on agricultural land by Commune Loss of agricultural land (m2) 116.584 105.149 109.389 83.144 46.357 150.381 102.488 34.686.503 151.225 Number of HH affected more than 70% of the total agricultural land holding 32 62 8 27 17 12 15 11 33 11 26 6 7 17 9 13 5 18 21 9 4 10 22 12 407 Number of HH fully affected on agricultural land holding 16 31 4 14 9 6 8 6 17 6 13 3 4 9 5 7 3 9 11 5 2 5 11 6 210 Legal status on land use right Households households households have not will not be have Red granted eligible to book with Red have Red book book 55 29 7 161 86 21 49 26 6 67 36 9 97 52 13 44 23 6 53 28 7 52 28 6 85 46 11 53 29 7 91 49 12 29 15 5 77 41 10 82 43 11 46 25 6 73 39 10 37 19 5 64 34 9 65 34 9 47 26 6 19 9 3 38 20 5 68 36 9 33 18 4 1485 791 197 Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Annex C Page 24 .623 Total Number of HH due to loss of Agricultural land 91 268 81 112 162 73 88 86 142 89 152 49 128 136 77 122 61 107 108 79 31 63 113 55 2.140 26.745 97.503 79.358 70.100 390.876 210.677 96.473 Number of HH affected <20% of the total agricultural land holding 14 18 12 17 24 11 13 13 21 13 23 7 19 20 12 18 9 16 16 12 5 9 17 8 347 Number of HH affected from 20% to 30% of the total agricultural land holding 12 20 36 36 52 13 22 25 16 10 5 21 60 13 19 26 15 6 14 13 3 12 29 16 494 Number of HH affected from 30% to 70% of the total agricultural land holding 33 168 25 32 69 37 38 37 72 55 98 15 42 86 37 65 32 67 57 45 19 32 45 19 1.741 158.128 2.401 180.235 46.644 105.

380 23.463 11.579 1.071 43.370 11.273 13.218 4.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Number of households affected on residential land by commune Number of HH fully affected on residential plot with structure 17 26 12 0 13 8 7 0 4 18 12 28 4 15 19 6 13 4 41 22 8 24 11 7 319 Number of HH fully affected on residential plot without structure 3 4 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 2 3 0 2 0 6 3 0 4 2 0 45 Number of HH particial affected on residential plot with structure 17 46 15 0 26 8 11 0 21 24 22 17 18 18 8 5 45 18 32 30 8 34 14 7 444 Number of HH particial affected on residential plot without structure 2 7 3 0 4 1 1 0 2 3 2 4 4 3 2 1 4 3 6 3 2 2 5 6 70 Legal status on land use right Households have not granted with LURC 7 24 6 0 11 5 4 0 5 18 8 16 6 11 8 3 16 6 31 15 4 20 5 4 233 households will not be eligible to have LURC 4 7 4 0 6 2 3 0 4 2 5 5 5 5 4 2 4 3 0 8 4 6 11 2 96 Communes Loss of residential land (m2) Number of residential landless HH households have LURC Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total 19.589 38.545 3.630 14.333 11.170 347.971 54.540 24.613 8.243 0 12.136 0 12.975 11.138 39 83 32 0 48 17 19 0 27 48 38 53 26 38 32 12 64 25 85 58 18 64 32 20 878 28 52 22 0 31 10 12 0 18 28 25 32 15 22 20 7 44 16 54 35 10 38 16 14 549 Annex C Page 25 .276 8.589 6.311 9.863 2.

of HHs who are fully affected on houses 17 26 12 0 13 8 7 0 4 18 12 28 4 15 19 6 13 4 41 22 8 24 11 7 319 Number of fully affected houses 17 26 12 0 13 8 7 0 4 18 12 28 4 15 19 6 13 4 41 22 8 24 11 7 319 Classes Temporary house 4 11 5 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 5 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 3 3 0 49 Class 1 0 5 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 4 1 1 2 1 0 26 Class 2 3 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 1 3 3 7 0 2 12 5 2 0 8 14 5 11 0 1 84 Class 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 Class 4 9 10 5 0 5 3 4 0 0 12 4 14 4 12 7 1 3 4 25 7 2 7 7 6 151 Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Annex C Page 26 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Fully affected houses by commune (fully affected area or partially acquired by the project but the remaining area cannot be remained or not convenient for living) Communes Total No.

966 640 480 22.054 Class 3 75 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 125 0 0 65 0 70 0 0 130 0 65 0 0 375 0 0 985 Class 4 585 650 325 0 325 195 245 0 0 780 260 910 260 780 455 65 168 215 1625 405 130 375 420 390 9.037 Affected area (m ) Class 1 0 515 205 0 295 0 0 0 0 330 0 0 0 105 0 0 320 0 412 100 120 206 110 0 2.048 1.162 415 913 0 90 7.563 Temporary house 139 383 174 0 70 62 35 0 41 0 165 209 0 0 0 0 104 0 128 0 0 97 110 0 1.995 1.548 704 0 936 487 430 0 249 1.667 665 1.717 2 Annex C Page 27 .718 Class 2 249 0 0 0 166 230 150 0 83 220 255 575 0 185 996 430 170 0 765 1.759 260 1.451 495 892 215 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Area of fully affected houses according to each house class Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Total Affected 2 area (m ) 1.330 680 1.140 1.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Partially affected houses by Commune Total No. of HHs who are partially affected on houses 17 46 15 0 26 8 11 0 21 24 22 17 18 18 8 5 45 18 32 30 8 34 14 7 444 Classes Number of partially affected houses Communes Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Temporary house Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total 17 46 15 0 26 8 11 0 21 24 22 17 18 18 8 5 45 18 32 30 8 34 14 7 444 0 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 5 7 0 43 1 0 0 0 9 3 4 0 3 6 10 5 1 0 0 0 23 4 11 13 4 21 0 0 118 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 28 14 42 11 0 9 5 7 0 11 14 12 6 17 12 8 0 22 14 16 12 1 3 7 7 250 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Annex C Page 28 .

224 Affected area (m ) Class 1 0 140 150 0 45 0 0 0 0 188 0 0 0 140 0 0 0 0 175 175 105 135 245 0 1.498 Class 2 40 0 0 0 320 110 175 0 85 331 364 127 23 0 0 0 910 109 385 510 184 815 0 0 4.470 385 0 225 175 161 0 385 331 420 210 595 420 280 0 770 490 560 420 35 105 245 245 8.417 Temporary house 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Annex C Page 29 .488 Class 3 40 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 139 0 0 260 0 92 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 180 0 0 821 Class 4 490 1.120 1.610 535 0 700 285 336 0 609 850 784 597 618 652 280 0 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Area of partially affected houses according to each house class Total Affected 2 area (m ) 570 1.235 490 245 15.105 324 1.680 599 1.

205 155 1.429 Number of Graves 167 304 177 87 351 170 42 90 120 449 240 86 59 164 73 129 161 105 187 89 182 148 94 63 3.152 60 83 64 496 1.729 470 0 204 120 54 0 39 370 888 312 48 223 32 13 99 129 478 152 36 117 159 9 7.666 602 172 601 752 51 11.570 525 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Loss of other Structures Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Kitchen (m2) 246 3.949 Brick wall fence (m2) 96 507 127 0 648 105 203 0 82 942 315 723 31 145 12 13 39 48 258 69 32 77 73 7 4.133 318 0 443 102 65 0 77 596 269 348 63 290 24 25 79 97 516 139 63 153 147 14 5.114 Sub-house with Fibro cement font cover (m2) 116 1.737 Number of Well 19 65 19 0 32 9 0 0 4 56 18 38 6 22 0 2 7 10 45 14 5 15 15 3 404 Annex C Page 30 .552 Iron Gate (m2) 32 169 42 0 216 35 87 0 27 314 105 241 6 29 2 3 8 10 52 14 6 15 15 1 1.927 Houses for poultry (m2) 275 235 319 0 585 270 44 0 40 1.605 700 899 3 15 43 1 7 10 29 11 2 9 11 1 5.080 175 187 0 136 1.077 Cement Playground (m2) 160 845 212 0 1.

093 50.753 127.087 8.897 14.685 332.361 13.921 26.486 4.568 725 4.562 2.922 64.068 2.470 4.632 4.622 39.477 12.746 52.287 11.735 27.165 10.735 18.639 74.557 16.905 6.734 Number of other trees 510 1.445 Annex C Page 31 .918 12.419 3.655 2.555 16.321 52.281 2.283 3.563 4.480 134.733 82.027 9.235 25.299 2038 1.731 33.150 83.328 Eucalyptus (Tree) 65.616 13.458 731.064 62.591 153.283.514 12.404 59.954 57.080 4.631 70.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Impacts on annual crops and trees by Commune Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Qui Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Rice (m2) 98.400 25.669 22.080 405 0 585 240 270 0 375 630 510 675 330 495 405 165 870 330 1095 780 240 870 375 210 11.850 39.664 22.201 6.329 12.796 90.490 3.744 27.745 178.164 6.789 132.424 87.915 29.656 19.566 12.258 77.293 3.583 8.230 2585 2.037 13.551 2.959 105.775 9.509 14.461 2.928 67.427 131.992 85.483 86.030 13.557 69.047 89.681 50.702 23.177 92.691 8.229 31.437 349.012 17.497 810 72.784 13.218 4.028 128.009 2.545 19.925 82.594 79.194 9.229 6.630 Maize (m2) 15.719 54.261 Sugar cane (m2) 3.821 8.514 27.859 43.375 50.580 963.155 767 2.026 20.791 10.892 2.808 3.319 6.973 46.330 Acacia (Tree) 0 0 0 10.724 19.

000.000.000 0 2.500.200.824 Annex C Page 32 .000 2.500.000 0 3.000 2.500.000.000 750.000 1.000.000.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Affected Small Scale Business household Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Number of affected business HH 2 1 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 2 1 1 0 3 3 1 1 1 5 2 0 1 2 0 34 Number of affected business HH who have to relocated 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 25 Average Incomes of affected business House (VND/HH/month) 2.800.000 0 1.500.000 2.000 0 0 3.000.000 1.000 600.000.000 2.000 3.000.000.500.000 0 2.000 1.000 2.000 2.283.000 3.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Affected vulnerable households Communes Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total Number of HH is under the poverty line set forth by MOLISA 3 43 23 9 24 4 7 6 9 21 10 12 26 22 5 5 13 12 19 21 2 15 26 1 338 Number of HH with social policy 5 35 5 18 12 5 25 9 21 12 12 7 12 5 5 7 16 5 25 7 18 7 5 16 294 Number of femaleheaded HH 15 38 16 13 26 12 19 8 42 20 43 8 12 8 7 17 17 16 36 24 34 16 5 19 471 Annex C Page 33 .

of HHs who are fully affected on houses Number of affected business HH who have to relocated 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 25 Total HHs who have to relocated Dien Tien Dien Tho Dien Quang Duy Trinh Duy Son Duy Trung Que Xuan 1 Que Xuan 2 Phu Tho Binh Quy Binh Chanh Binh Que Tam Nghia Tam My Dong Tam My Tay Tam Anh Nam Tam Xuan 1 Tam Xuan 2 Tam Thai Tam Phuoc Tam Dai Tam Dan Tam Thanh Tam Ngoc Total 17 26 12 0 13 8 7 0 4 18 12 28 4 15 19 6 13 4 41 22 8 24 11 7 319 3 4 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 2 3 0 2 0 6 3 0 4 2 0 45 52 92 22 27 35 20 22 11 37 32 40 38 11 34 31 19 20 22 68 34 12 38 35 19 771 Annex C Page 34 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Number of Household have to Relocated by Land Acquisition Number of HH fully affected on residential plot without structure Number of HH who are entitle to get land plot in resettlement site due to loss of agricultural land 32 62 8 27 17 12 15 11 33 11 26 6 7 17 9 13 5 18 21 9 4 10 22 12 407 Communes Total No.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX D TOR for Replacement Cost Study Annex D Page 35 .

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX E Estimated Resettlement Cost for the Quang Nam section Annex E Page 36 .

170 54.654.378 241.912 863.627.000 38.000 15.819.710.202 20.000 5.908.000 21.018 74.467 97.149.000 21.000 254.683.573.912.400 3.300.000 2 3 Annex E Page 37 .400 36.830.266.000 66.600 18.728.182 19.096.000 36.800 2.122.826.307 309.119 34.258 60.000 216.000 360.558.800 21.160.200.000 30.710 595.000 9.000 456.073.000 288.000 30.000 16.000 117.881.644 215.800 11.927 15.999.000 360.509.600 720.093.427.603.686.600 16.794 448.000 15.800 33.570.000 5.560.188.865.600 8.832 73.745.600 106.550.291.000 36.836 456.000 36.400 28.767.252.128 0 59.608.823.864.720.000 13.440.638 11.000 192.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 COST OF LOSS OF LAND Number of affected HH Unit price No Items Units Quantity Total cost (VND) I 1 Compensation land types Agricultural land Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Forest Land Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Residental Land Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky 440 347 316 290 631 394 55 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 154 65 46 139 197 257 20 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 612.448.800 48.000 21.055.000 600.000 2.496.400 3.800 0 1.000 6.000 44.520.616.145 437.856 87.450.

000 650.900.911 4.000 1.000 141.000.905 920 791 2.930.000 1.923.730.250.150.600.570.000 335.000 988.120.000 650.498 4.500.250.000 1.310.149 90 115 190 264 325 292 620 0 3.000 2.000.000 1.570.000 1.120.000 514.687.000 2.000 453.783 0 289 826 493 1.150.296.750.000 1.320 635 1.000 1.000 1.000 774.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 7.000 713.000 1.570.000 1.000.750.000 2.000 650.000.000 0 906.700.000 2.040.378.000.076.000 1.000 373.000 132.150.000 1.150.000 412.500.000 650.300.000 598.750.820.150.083.750.010 340 0 518 565 1.750.570.150.940.010.750.872 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 COST OF LOSS OF STRUCTURES Number of affected HH No Items Units Quantity Unit price Total cost (VND) II 1 2 3 4 Cost for Structures House Class 1 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky House Class 2 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky House Class 3 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky House Class 4 Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky 15 5 0 7 8 34 0 4 17 10 34 49 87 1 3 7 9 7 5 7 0 91 22 22 62 104 87 13 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 1.000 1.000 1.570.750.823 5.000 3.000 60.000 303.538.892.000 Annex E Page 38 .000 650.150.000 1.000 1.000 650.000 0 18.150.110.714.808.000 218.000 1.000 1.750.500.432.000 595.939.000 8.000 2.000.000 650.000 1.570.767.750.250.000 0 11.000 1.150.570.750.800.000 1.

000 400.600.000 21.200.500.500.000 250.750.000 250.000 300.000 3.000 527.000 54.600.500.000 200.204 79 62 1 300.000 203.750.000 26.000 300.000 400.000 200.000 400.600.000 26.000 129.000 112.000 217.200.000 400.778.700.000.000 25.000.200.000 144.600.061.000 150.000 37.500.400.000 300.800.000 8 Other structures with Fibro cement font cover Dien Ban 133 Duy Xuyen 55 Que Son 43 Thang Binh 121 Nui Thanh 173 Phu Ninh 224 Tam Ky 14 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 1.000 23.000 243.000.200.000 1.800.570 544 942 9 350.000.000 391.000 400.000 300.000 242.567 545 142 1.700.000 248.000 100.000 256.600.000 Annex E Page 39 .000 200.000 961.000 3.200.000 1.000 400.000 1.000 0 3.018 14 250.000 250.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 No Items Number of affected HH Units Quantity Unit price Total cost (VND) 5 6 Temporary house Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Kitchen Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Houses for pountry Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky 20 4 2 11 3 9 0 133 55 43 121 173 224 14 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 696 132 76 374 104 335 0 4.000 300.000 300.213 578 1.600.170.000 250.000 300.000 19.000 100.000 376.534.000 400.500.445 324 93 1.000 628.000 400.700.300.000 7 133 55 43 121 173 224 14 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 829 855 84 3.600.000 300.000 18.000 300.

000 57.700.940.000 3.380.060.300.000 900.500.000.000 36.600.000 900.020.000.000 200.000 60.010 3.450.300 2.060.500.000 14.000 2.000 200.000 900.000 57.268.900.000 6.000 60.000 200.700.000 101.000 882.000 900.980 288 509 7 243 251 114 660 58 102 15 648 608 252 775 691 700 63 103 41 4 112 47 94 3 60.000 900.000 150.000 1.000 220.480.000 396.800.840.300.000.000 60.000 60.000 19.000 86.000.500.000 75.000 200.000 200.000 92.000 60.000.600.580.800.000 60.000 84.000 120.000 100.000 227.000 60.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 No 9 Items Number of affected HH Units Quantity Unit price Total cost (VND) 716.600.500.120.000 146.000 3.000 200.000 200.600.000 60.000 2.580.000 60.000 2.000 15.418.500.000.500.000 900.000 3.000 363.000 3.000 Annex E Page 40 .000 900.000 2.000 2.128.000.217 1.000 13.500.600.500.000 10 11 12 13 Cement Playground Dien Ban 133 Duy Xuyen 55 Que Son 43 Thang Binh 121 Nui Thanh 173 Phu Ninh 224 Tam Ky 14 Brik Wall Fence Dien Ban 133 Duy Xuyen 55 Que Son 43 Thang Binh 121 Nui Thanh 173 Phu Ninh 224 Tam Ky 14 Iron Gate Dien Ban 133 Duy Xuyen 55 Que Son 43 Thang Binh 121 Nui Thanh 173 Phu Ninh 224 Tam Ky 14 Number of Grave Dien Ban 399 Duy Xuyen 165 Que Son 129 Thang Binh 363 Nui Thanh 519 Phu Ninh 672 Tam Ky 42 Number of Well Dien Ban 103 Duy Xuyen 41 Que Son 4 Thang Binh 112 Nui Thanh 47 Phu Ninh 94 Tam Ky 3 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number 1.500.000 3.000 3.000 6.255 323 3.400.000 3.079.000 3.793 51 730 753 285 1.000 60.400.000 73.000.600.500.580.000 3.000 900.000 198.712.000 60.000 42.000 3.000 910.000 2.600.000 39.000 60.500.000 60.

550 9.831.000 20.200.435.402.045.025.000 15.018 1.829 38.845.002.170.505.073 50.600.458.200.316.000 132.970.000 1.431 97.000 15.400.000 6.855.771 205.200.305.495.254 506.523 66.000 160.461 387.100 291.000 319.600.000 5.255.000 5.000 1.000 3 440 347 316 290 631 394 55 154 65 46 139 197 257 20 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 Number Number Number Number Number Number Number 0 59.300 11.300 0 38.009 93.270.600 140.000 15.247 5.000 1.642.555.150.000 15.323 371.000 1.678.368.000 15.418.000 33.000 4 Annex E Page 41 .000.000 537.927 15.644 215.550 63.000 756.601.800 561.278 5.217 70.111 263.200.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 COST OF LOSS OF CROPS AND TREES Number of affected HH No Items Units Quantity Unit price Total cost (VND) III 1 2 Cost for Crop and Trees Rice Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Annual crops Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Production forest trees Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Other Trees Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky 440 347 316 290 631 394 55 440 347 316 290 631 394 55 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 520.000 2.000 15.000 15.000 1.503.794 448.000 5.000 5.938.323.000 571.000 1.000 160.815 2.000 78.700 1.000 1.000 160.000 290.000 103.912 863.000 1.000 415.000 1.000 160.467 97.705.000 160.095.105.000 5.532.054.858.000 2.352.701 29.615.465.000 160.815.595 3.761.360 210 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 160.995 825 645 1.866.000 5.000 145.

600.000.000.000 98.000 220.000.000 30.344 48.000 240.000 400.600.000 2.337.600.000 400.880 30.214 245.344 400.000.000 250.000 12.020.137.000 2.952.342 44.000 400.000 98.000 400.000 12.052 25.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 COST FOR RESETTLEMENT SITES DEVELOPMENT Total No.527.342 Districts Number of Plots Required Area of Resettlment Site Required (m2) Unit Price (VND/m2) Cost of Resettlement Area (VND) IV Dien Ban Duy Xuyen Que Son Thang Binh Nui Thanh Phu Ninh Tam Ky Total 428 306 272 290 580 416 50 2.500.000.400.000 36.230 58.000.600.818 5.000 2.892.000.200. of HHs who prefer to resettlement site Resettlement Sites Development 428 306 272 290 580 416 50 2.000 COST OF LOSS OF PUBLIC FACILITIES No V Items Public facility 500KV Electric Pole 220KV Electric Pole 35KV Electric Pole 10KV Electric Pole 0.137.800.322.000.000.000 23.000 20.806 32.000 87.4KV Electric Pole Telephone pole Number Number Number Number Number Number 1 5 8 11 35 18 75.000 10.000 400.000.000 Annex E Page 42 .500.000.085.000 75.500.000.000 17.000 50.000 400.000 19.000 Units Quantity Unit price Total cost (VND) 908.

000 Annex E Page 43 .000 15.500.000.000.000 COST FOR RCS (REPLACEMENT COST SURVEY) No IX Items Replacement Cost Study Units Commune Quantity 24 Unit price (VND) 10.000.000 184.000 16 18 2.000.000.000.000.000 40.000 9.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 COST OF LOSS OF BUSINESSES Materials transport Number allowance of affected Unit price Cost HH (VND/HH) Business disruption allowance Unit price (VND/HH/ 03Months) Total cost (VND) Cost No Items VI Loss of Business NonRegistered business HHs Registered business HHs 499.000.000 2.000 315.000.000 Total cost (VND) 240.000.500.000 45.000 270.000.000 144.

184.489.092.000 2.000/person for 6 months 364 Houshold 364 6.286 600.047.800.600.826.000 1.000 34.000 32 Person 134 7.000 30.000 0 House Repairing Cost 444 m2 51.000.000.000.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ALLOWANCES No Items Allowances/ Assistance 1 For Impact on Residential Land Relocation Allowance Relocation within the province Relocation to another province House repairing cost in case of house/structure is partially affected House rental allowance for temporary residential purposes 364 0 Houshold Houshold 364 0 3.126.600.486 Units Quantity Unit price (VND) Total cost (VND) 581.000/person /month.771.103.200.000.000 4.000 Annex E Page 44 .000 964. assistance time: maximum in 2 years 465.000 Number of affected HH 4.000 2 Impact on Agricultural Land Allowance for Living/Production Stabilization HH losing from 20% to 70% of agricultural land holding HH losing from 20% to 70% of agricultural land holding and have to be relocated 300.000.000 House Renting Allowance 500.

000 Training Course 2.000 229 Person 962 3.078.926.000/person /month.000 435. assistance time: maximum in 3 years 300.500.000/person /month.000 Annex E Page 45 .000.232.800.800.600.000/person /month. assistance time: 1 year (12 months) 300.623 162.000/person /month.000 Assistance for changing job 2.000 4.000 3 Other Allowance 53.800.000 3.100.500.753.600.996.932.473 Houshold 2.473 1.085 1.473 m2 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 HH losing from 20% to 70% of agricultural land holding and not required to relocate HH losing from more than 70% of agricultural land holding and have to be relocated HH losing more than 70% of agricultural land holding HH losing from more than 70% of agricultural land holding and not required to relocate HH losing from more than 70% of agricultural land holding and not required to relocate 03 time of land price 300. assistance time: 1 year (12 months) 1.000 HH losing less than 20% of agricultural land holding 347 Person 1388 3.000 8.000 178 Person 748 10.463.200. assistance time: 6 months 300.400.000 12.000 3.687 Person 7.686.709.

698.000.000 19.000 Material Transport Allowance 364 Houshold 364 3.500.000 4 Allowance Targeted to Vulnerable Group Allowance for Vulnerable group 2.000.000 Assistance for Connetion Fee 771 Houshold 771 3.600.000.000 27.00 27.370.874 5.527 5.000.126 Person 5.635.874 Houshold 3.000 30.000.000.092.771.000 House Repairing Cost 444 m2 51.000.000 1.000.000 2.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Incentive Bonus House repairing cost in case of house/structure is partially affected 3.635.000 Annex E Page 46 .500.286 600.

) OF EXTERNAL MONITORING SERVICE FOR RAP IMPLEMENTATION Annex F Page 47 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX F TERMS OF REFERENCE (T.O.R.

c. EXTERNAL MONITORING II.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 TERMS OF REFERENCE (T. To provide the Bank with an objective feedback on the implementation of the resettlement policy. 2007. It is the one component of the national NorthSouth trunk Expressway. Annex F Page 48 . The technical design of Project has been completed with basic works including the construction and operation of a road section which goes through one city and two provinces in the central of Vietnam including Da Nang City. To provide project management with an effective tool for assessing ‘Resettlement and Rehabilitation Plan ‘ implementation at various stages and to identify problem areas and recommend remedial measures for efficient implementation of the policy. BACKGROUND The Da Nang . Monitoring Targets and Functions The monitoring targets and functions will include the following: Review the existing baseline and data gather additional socio-economic baseline data.Quang Ngai Expressway Construction Project (the DQEP) is one of the important transport infrastructure projects approved by the Viet Nam Government’s Decision 412/QD-TTg of April 11. 2008 gave high priority to early completing this project. Quang Nam and Quang Ngai provinces. II.O.2.1. Objectives Broad objectives of monitoring include the following: a. The Prime Minister’s letter No. b. - II.) OF EXTERNAL MONITORING SERVICE FOR RP IMPLEMENTATION (DA NANG – QUANG NGAI EXPRESSWAY PROJECT) I. To assess the effectiveness of the social policy and whether its objectives have been achieved. if necessary. 1734/QD-TTG of December 1.R. on sample families that are severally affected by the project and are entitled to receive compensation for all of their lost assets or for resettlement and rehabilitation.

Random site visits. covering at least 30% of the DPs to check the following: (i) Whether PMU85 has informed them of individual entitlements and compensation amounts due to them and whether they have received compensation entitlement forms. Annex F Page 49 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 - Monitor implementation of the compensation policy and public information campaign. II. (ii) To ascertain that affected people are adequately informed of project objectives. are solved to the satisfaction of the DPs. Identify and discrepancy between the policy requirements and actual practice. This review should sample about 30% of all the DMS forms b. compensation policy and entitlements through an effective public information campaign. if any. Special studies aimed to ascertain adequacy of compensation paid for land acquisition and/or other fixed assets. Random field visits at least once every 3 months. . coordinated with the implementation activities are taking place. Methodology Monitoring methodology will consist of the following: a. c. Provide recommendations for improving implementation of its policy. and (iii) To assess if grievance procedures are adequately explained to the affected people and implemented. against current market prices. its impacts. Random review of DMS forms for correct inventory of assets and entitlements. to ascertain that compensation has been duly paid prior to the start up of construction works under the projects. d.Inventory of affected assets. Random review of entitlement and compensation documents to ensure that the assessment of compensation is based on “replacement cost” and is in full compliance with policy’s requirements. For these purposes monitoring of the following aspects will be required: . as well as any local level grievances.Compensation is paid prior to initiation of works.Assessment of compensation for all types of affected assets based on replacement cost. This review shall cover 30% of all DPs. selected through stratified random sampling method. e.3. This activity should cover at least 20% of all DPs each year. compensation is assessed based on the principle of replacement cost and grievances. .

 Direct interviews with affected households  Specific focus group interviews aimed at identifying the specific problem issues related to groups such as self-employed persons with businesses. Monitoring and Evaluation Indicators The following aspects of the resettlement policy will be monitored and evaluated regularly by the MA: a. affected area. etc. such as land owners. It will contain certain files on each affected household and will be updated based on information collected in successive rounds of data collection. Particular attention should be paid to adequately cover all the towns effected by the project. type of impact. tenants affected by loss of place of residence. levels of compensation.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 Sample To verify the quantitative aspects of implementation. affected house owners. tenants or workers. A stratified sample should cover target groups for each category. farmers and workers affected by loss of job. Assessment and Payment of Compensation (i) Whether the inventory of affected assets is recorded properly.  Community meetings to discuss problem issues and identify solutions  Project staff in the field Data Analysis Data and information collected will be analyzed by project. to be personally administered. Data Collection Methods Data and information will be gathered through:  Questionnaires. While making quantitative assessments of land acquisition activities all the provinces and districts should be covered. sample surveys of various types of impacts should be conducted. etc. incomes. those affected by the loss of land. and those need to be reorganized and relocated. All data bases compiled will be fully accessible to the project authorities. resettlement sites. structures. Data Base Storage The Monitoring Team will maintain a data base of resettlement monitoring information that will be updated every three months. Annex F Page 50 . type of impact. women heads of households.

provision of public facilities. location and plot allocation (the monitoring team should attend at least one public consultation meeting each month to monitor public consultation Annex F Page 51 . (iii) Whether the assessment of compensation for different types of assets. section or sub-section. Provision of Resettlement Site (i) Affected people who are entitled to land-for-land option and for relocation to a resettlement site and who opt for relocation to a resettlement site. employment and businesses are entitled to economic rehabilitation assistance) (ii) Where training is the preferred option. plot allocation and relocation activities. d. and (iv) Job placement to entitled persons is provided within 2 months of the date of land acquisition Public Consultation (i) Affected persons should be informed and consulted about resettlement activities. jobs. section or sub-section of the project at least one month before the start of physical works on that phase. especially for affected land and structures. Employment and Availability of Credit Assistance) (i) Full consultation with DPs entitled to economic rehabilitation assistance on the types of assistance required (only severally affected DPs due to the loss o productive assets. it should be provided for one member of each eligible family within three months of the date of relocation. are based on the current market prices. (ii) Whether the entitlements to compensation. Provision of Economic Rehabilitation Assistance (Training. Linkage to Resettlement and Construction (i) The completion of land acquisition and resettlement activities on a phase. resettlement and rehabilitation assistance benefits to each DPs are provided correctly. (iii) Whether the economic rehabilitation assistance covers at least 30% women headed households. resettlement site design. e. should be consulted about the location of the site. The kind of training will depend on the preference of the affected person and the availability of a training course. c. and (iv) The payment of compensation is in accordance with the summary compensation forms given to the DPs. such as implementation schedule for the project and shifting of DPs from their present location.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 b. (ii) Full public participation and consultation has taken place in respect to the site design.

problems and issues that arise during the meetings. Level of Satisfaction (i) The level of satisfaction of affected persons with various aspects of the RAP.June 1999 has already completed baseline survey and the data is available in PMU85 office for reference of the contracting agency. the MA shall conduct a follow-up socio-economic survey to determine the impact of the project on income levels and living standards of the affected people. III. Reports The External Monitoring Agency (EMA) shall prepare and submit two copies to PMU85 and one copy direct to the World Bank. II. The survey should cover at least 30% of the DPs who have raised grievances on various issues. g. It should be note that the agency assigned for external monitoring between December 1997 .4. (ii) Awareness of various options available to DPs as provided for in the policy for land acquisition. and solutions that are proposed). especially with the compensation levels for affected assets. The households to be covered by the follow-up study will be the same for whom the baseline data has already been collected during the earlier stages of the monitoring activities. The report shall contain a brief methodological approach to external monitoring. Standard of Living (i) Throughout the implementation process. and (iv) Whether the DPs have received a copy of the Public Information Booklet (PIB). Follow-up Socio-Economic Survey Nine months to one year after the end of resettlement activities. review Page 52 Annex F . of each of the following reports: Inception report: to be submitted 30 days after the work begins. REPORTING REQUIREMENT III. compensation and resettlement. Awareness of Compensation Policy (i) Awareness of the compensation policy and their entitlements among the DPs.1. (ii) With the grievance redressal mechanism and whether the DPs are satisfied with the procedures and the outcome of the grievances. (iii) Awareness of grievance redressal procedures. the trends of living standards should be observed and the potential problems in the restoration of living standards should be identified and reported h. f.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 procedures.

from the provisions and principles of the PMU85 policy on land acquisition. The report should particularly focus on: (i) A report of progress of implementation of all aspects of RAPs. and can resolve problems in a timely manner. III. compensation and resettlement. Reporting language: All the reports will be prepared in two languages: Vietnamese and English with three copies for each language.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 - of the baseline data collected by the former external monitoring agency (Inventory of external monitoring reports for RAP implementation. (iii) Identification of problem. issues and recommended solutions. so that PMU85 is informed about the ongoing situation. Dec. 1999). Quarterly Monitoring Reports: MA shall prepare a comprehensive report summarizing all activities and covering all aspects of resettlement and monitoring indicators specified above. and issues arising. 1 st 1997 to June 30. The report should highlight the issues and problems arising and suggest mitigation measures.2. The quarterly monitoring reports should be submitted within two weeks of completion of the three-month monitoring period. and (iv) Report progress on the follow-up of problems and issues identified in the previous report. Annex F Page 53 . (ii) Deviations. if any.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 ANNEX G PROPOSED DMS QUESTIONNAIRE Annex G Page 54 .

.. 4............. 6.................... Village:……..... Family Religion :…… ………………………..…...... Date...…... 3......................………………………............. 8........person 2..............…….... Hamlet:……………………......................Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 DMS QUESTIONAIRE Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway project ---------------------Province Identification Number GENERAL INFORMATION OF AFFECTED HOUSEHOLD 1..... House number:...................…………………………………… Number of residents in the household:....…...................... Household Representative's Signature Surveyor Signature Annex G Page 55 .... Name of household‘s head:..........………….................... 7....………………………………. District:…………… ……………………………………………………………… Household Head’s Ethnicity :………… .. Commune: ………………………………....... Street:................… ………………………………......... 5............

Mud/clay/earth 13. Grave/Tomb 12. Anima cage 11. Shop/Restaurant 5. Rented from private owner 5. Workshop 4. Inherited (from parent. Asphalted paper/canvas 10. Steal/iron/tin roofing sheet 8. provided by/rented from local gornment 6. Wood 4. Fibro-cement 7. grandparent etc. Detached Latrine (5) Legal Status (6) Ownership 1. Other Annex G Page 56 . With construction permission certificate 2. Tree/baamboo/rattan 11. Without construction certificate 1. Constructed on Own 3. Other (8-11) Buiding material 8. PVC roofing sheet 9. monthly rental (in VND) (7) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Application Codes: (2) Structure Item code 1. Other 1. Purchased from private owner 4.) 2. Roofing tile 6. Floor tile 5.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A1. Straw/leaves 12. SURVEY OF EXISTING BUILT STRUCTURES Building material (Using codes below for each relevant item) Found (8) Floor (9) wall (10) Roof (11) House Class as specified in certificate (ask only Household with certificate) (12) Affected/destroyd area (m2) In ROW area (13) Total (14) No Structure Item Description (1) Item code (2) Total area (m2) (3) Month & Year of Construction (4) Legal status (See code below) (5) Ownership (See code below) (6) If rented. Residential house 2. Secondary house 3. Brick/stone/cement 3. Yard (cement/brick) 7. provided by/rented from cooperative/employer/other organization 7. Detached bathroom 9. Well 10. Fence 13. Concrete 2. Warehouse 6.

Residential land 2. Inherited (from parent. Vacant land 7.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A. With short-term land use right certificate 3. Agricultural land 3. With long-term land use right certificate 2. Squatter land 7. Other 1. provided by/rented from cooperative/employer/other organization 6. Commercial land 8. Garden/orchard land 4. Class 2 3. Unclassifiable 1. Dispute land 8. Grave/Tomb 6. monthly rental (in VND) (8) Lost of area due to land acquisition (m2) (9) No Application Codes: (1) Land Type code 1. Water surface 5. provided by/rented from local gornment 5. Purchased from private owner 3. Rented from private owner 4. Other (4) Land classification (5) Legal status (6) Land ownership 1. Class 3 4. Class 1 2. Class 4 5.) 2.2 SURVEY OF EXISTING LAND Land type (1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Land type Code (see codes below) (2) Total area (m2) (3) Land quality classification (see codes below) (4) Legal status (see codes below) (5) Land tunure (see codes below) (6) Date of first use (month/year) (7) If rented. without land use right certificate Annex G Page 57 . grandparent etc.

Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A. Healthy and good yield B. Big size and good quality B. Fruit Tree without bearing fruit C. Fruit Tree bearing fruit B. Newly planted (less 2 years) Annex G Page 58 .3 SURVEY OF CROPS AND TREE Crop No Type of crop (1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Crop classificatgion (see codes below) (2) Area of crop lost in ROW (m2) (3) Type of Tree (4) Fruit Trees Tree classificatgion (see codes below) (5) Number of tree lost in ROW (6) Type of Tree (7) Wood Trees Tree classificatgion (see codes below) (8) Number of tree lost in ROW (9) Applicable codes: (2) Crop Classification (5) Fruit trees classification (8) Wood trees classification A. C. Newly planted (less than 1 year) A. Medium size and good quality. Newly planted (less than 1 months) A.

Non-registered business household Annex G Page 59 .Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A. Registered business household 2.4 SURVEY OF BUSSINESS HOUSEHOLDS No Type of business (1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Manufacturing Sales Hotel/restaurant Service Land and/or house rental Other (specify) Net annual money income earned from business (VND) (2) Legal status (see codes below) (3) Number of worker (4) Applicable codes: (3) Legal status 1.

Barber 11. To be relocated on own within the remaining land b. Suggestion 2: c. How would you prefer to get compensation for your house. d. what occupation do you think the (appointed) person would prefer to be trained? 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 A5. Tailor 8. To get pre-built house and land in the proposed resettlement site. To get land in the proposed resettlement site and to build house on own. To purchase land and/or house elsewhere and resettled there on own c. Carpenter 9. Driver 7. Other 4. Welder 10. land and other properties? That is (circle one which applies): a. Suggestion 3: Annex G Page 60 . In kind c. 3. In cash b. Mechanic 3. Do you have any suggestions to the government relating to land and/or house compensation and relocation or so? If yes. Suggestion 1: b. How would you prefer to be relocated? That is (circle one which applies): a. Agricultural technique/technology 2. If your household is considered eligible for nominating one member to be trained in accordance with the government regulation. Aspect of self-assessment Household income Employment Education of children Family integrity Strongly negative (1) Level of assessment Neutral/ no Negative Positive impact (2) (3) (4) Don’t know (5) 5. Electronic 5. Both cash and kind 2. Electric 4. How do you think that the project will have impacts on the following aspect of your family (Surveyor ask to respondent’s self-assessment of possible impacts). PREFERENCES AND OPINIONS OF AFFECTED HOUSEHOLDS 1. Computer 12. Accountant 13. Construction worker6. Please specify (surveyor ask for maximum of 3 suggestions and write them down clearly and concisely in each row): a.

2. Household head 2. Married 3. Other occupation 10. Sibling 9. Grandchild 8. (2) Relationship to Household head 1. Widowed Cultivation Husbandry/fishery Manufacturing worker Business Professionals 1. Other place in the village 3. 3. disable etc. Grandparents 5. Other relative 10. Please provide us the name and personal characteristics of all usuall members of your family. Not working. No Name (1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Relationship to Household head (see codes below) (2) Sex 1. 5. Divorced/separated 4. Not working (because of old. Technical worker 3. Female (3) Year of birth (4) Marital status (see codes below) (5) Highest grade of education completed (grade from 1 -12) (6) Highest skill level/tertiary education attained (see codes below) (7) Working status/ Occupation (see codes below) (8) Place of work (see codes below) (9) Applicable codes: (7) Highest skill level/tertiary education attained 1. Middle vocational 4. Non-relative (5) Marital status (8) Working status/ Occupation 6. University or higher 1. Spouse 3. Child 4. None 2. On will be affected land 2. 4. Elsewhere Annex G Page 61 . Child in law 7. Government servant 8. 9. Parent 6. unemployed (9) Place of work 1. Never married 2. begining from household head.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 B. Service 7. College 5. Male 2. sick. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY QUESTIONAIRE (To be conducted for one out of every three households in the survey area) 1.

record 0 (zero) and do not leave blank): No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Type of assets/durables/equipments Cassette/ Radio-cassette player Black white TV set Color TV set Refrigerator Electricity generator Bicycle/ cyclo Quantity No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Type of assets/durables/equipments Motorbike Boat Telephone Automobile Water pump Washing machine Quantity Annex G Page 62 . None-electricity 6. In-house piped water 2. Without pit latrine (built on earth) 5. Traditional well (without pump) 5. Does your household possess any of the the following assets/ equipments? (If yes. stream. Electricity from private generator 3. What is your main source of electric power? (Circle all that apply): 1. Latrine built on river.g. Electricity from national system 2. No (built) toilet at all 5. River. if no. Public tap/tank 3. Pumped well (e. specify the quantity of each kind. What type is your toilet facility? (circle one which that apply): 1. Pit latrine 3.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 2. Rain water 7. pond 6. Public toilet 6. Flash toilet 2. canal. canal. lake. Pension and Social benefit Remittances from other place(s) Other (specify) Estimated Net Monthly Income (VND) (2) Estimated Annual Income If Monthly Income is inapplicable (VND) (3) 3. Bought from vendor 4. Electricity from other sources 4. pond 7. Please tell us all the income sources of your household (Not including individual income that were already reported in the table above) Sources of income (1) Cultivation Husbandry/fishery Manufacturing Business Service Land and/or house rental Saving interest Wage. Salary. UNICEF type) 4. What are your main sources of drinking water? (Circle all that apply): 1.

District health center 3. Pharmacies 7. Yes 2. Where does your household check your health? 1. Oriental Pharmacies Annex G Page 63 . No 8. Periodic health care check 2. Does your household experience with periodic health check? 1.Da Nang – Quang Ngai Expressway Project Resettlement Plan – Quang Nam Section January 2011 7. Hospital 6. No perodic health care check 9. Do your members in your household have health insurance? (circle one which that apply): 1. Private clinic 5. Local health unit 2.

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