Involuntary Resettlement Assessment and Measures


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Particulars Section-1 
Section-2  Section-3 Section-4 
Section-5 
Section Avicenna 
monument 
to West Gate - 
West Gate to 
Gissar Junction 
Gissar Junction to 
Shakhrinav  
Shakhrinav to 
Tursunzade  
Tursunzade to 
Uzbekistan border  
Length  
4.56 km 
13.9 km 
20.7 km 
10.6 km 
11.7 km 
Construction type (rehabilitation) 
(four-lane) 
(four-lane) 
(four-lane) 
(two-lane - reconstruction)
Rayon name 
1.Dushanbe 
2.Rudak 
1. Rudaki 
2.Gissar 
1. Gissar  
2.Shakhrinav 
1.Tursunzade 
 
1.Tursunzade 
 
Jamoats name 
1.Choryakkoron 
 
1. Choryakkoron 
2.Khonaqo 
 
1.Navobod 
2.MirzoRizo 
3.Dehqonobod 
4.Chuzi 
5.Sabo 
6.Selbur 
7.Shakhrinav 
1.Qaratogh 
2.Seshanbe 
 
1. Gharav 
2. Navobod 
3. 1
st
 May 
 
2. 
Section 1 (Avicenna-West Gate) involves the rehabilitation of the existing road and 
structures. This stretch does not require any widening or additional Right of Way (RoW) hence 
will not entail any land acquisition and resettlement. Widening will take place for Section 2 (West 
Gate-Gissar Junction), Section 3 (Gissar Junction-Shakhrinav) and Section 4 (Shakhrinav- 
Tursunzade), this will require additional land acquisition and resettlement. Section 5 
(Tursunzade-Uzbekistan border) will comprise rehabilitation and improvement of the existing 
two lane road, and requires land acquisition and resettlement at certain points.  
 
3. 
To compensate and/or rehabilitate these losses the provisions of relevant Tajikistan laws 
and of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Policy on Involuntary Resettlement is being adopted. 
This has included the preparation of a Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (LARP) 
providing data on impacts and affected families and indicating in detail how the impacts will be 

 
 
 
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compensated or rehabilitated. The LARP in Russian will be available for perusal to anyone 
interested both at the local and Dushanbe offices of BT.  
 
4. 
This Leaflet summarizes the LARP provisions and is provided to all the families whose 
land, houses, trees, crops or other assets and incomes are affected by this project. The 
objective is to inform them of the compensation and rehabilitation policy included in the LARP 
and of a few basic modalities of implementation of the Compensation and Rehabilitation  
 
(ii) 
Principles for Compensation of the Affected Families 
 
Principles for the compensation/rehabilitation of families affected by this project are: 

 
  Involuntary resettlement is to be avoided, if unavoidable, minimised with all viable options. 

 
The AF should be compensated and assisted, so that their economic and social future would 
be generally as favorable as it would have been in the absence of the project. 

 
The AF should be fully informed/consulted in resettlement and compensation options. 

 
Local socio/cultural institutions should be supported / used to the greater extent possible. 

 
Lack of formal legal land title should not be a bar to compensation or rehabilitation. 

 
Compensation will be provided to the AF at full replacement cost of the affected assets free of 
deductions  for salvaged materials, depreciation or fees/taxes. 

 
Particular attention should be paid to AF headed by women and other vulnerable groups, and 
appropriate assistance provided to help them improve their status. 

 
Land/other compensation/rehabilitation provisions will equally apply to women and men. 

 
Land acquisition and resettlement will be conceived and executed as an integral part of the 
project and related budgets will be included in project costs. 

 
Compensation will be fully provided prior to ground leveling and demolition. 
 
(iii) 
Expected Impacts  
The road improvements will impact on land and property, affecting a total of 376 households. 
The principal quantities of the impacts are given in Table A1-2. 
Table A1-2: Principal Quantities of Impacts 
Quantity 
Impacts 
Section 2
Section 3 
Section 4 
Section 5 
Total  
 Affected Households: Agricultural Land (No.) 
29
87
26 5 
147
Affected Households: Res./Comm. Land (No.) 
87
77
65 

229
Agricultural land  (m
2

9,400
128,450
42,100 6,570 
186,520
 Residential/Commercial  land  (m
2
) 16,294
11,656
12,046 

39,996
Land for Community Facilities/structures (m
2
) 451
383
0  0 
833
Houses & Outbuildings (No.) 
45
102
136 

283
Length of Fences and Walls (m) 
2,346
2,157
1,823 195 
6,521
Structures affected  (m
2
) 4396
3,896
3,246 
71 
11,609
Number of Business Lost (No.) 
12
11
13 

36
Severely Affected Households (No.) 
18
31


56
Number of Households  to be relocated (No.) 
2
2


6
Number of Businesses to be relocated (No.) 
4
2

 
9
Vulnerable Households (No.) 
87
79
60 

228
Total affected households (No.) 
116
164
91 5 
376
Total  Affected Persons (No.) 
1,028
1,319
705 43 
3,095
 

 
 
 
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4. Compensation 
Policy 
 
All families residing in affected areas, holding affected assets or incomes before the eligibility 
cut-off date, to be the final day of the impacts survey will be entitled to compensation for their 
losses, as per Table A1-3 below. 
  
Table A1-3: Compensation Entitlements Matrix 
ASSET 
AFFECTED 
PEOPLE 
PROPOSED ENTITLEMENTS 
Individual land-use 
rights holder 
An allowance for loss of land use rights in cash equal to 5 
years of the gross income of the affected annual crops land 
at market rate or to 1 yesr of gross income of affected fruit 
trees land at market rates.  
Agricultural Land: All 
losses irrespective of 
impact severity 
Cooperative land 
holder 
An allowance for loss of land use rights in cash equal to 5 
years of the gross income of the affected land at market rate 
Residential/ Commercial 
Land 
Residential rights 
holder 
Full compensation via the provision of alternative land or 
cash 
Houses and 
Structures  
All relevant APs.   

  Cash compensation at replacement rate for affected 
structure/other fixed assets free of salvageable materials 
and transaction costs. All buildings will be compensated in 
their entirety  
House/building rent 
Renter/leaseholder 
Rental allowance in the form of 1 to 3 months rent in cash 
Income from Crops 
All APs  

 Crop compensation in cash equal to 1 year of the gross income 
of affected land at market rate. This shall apply whether the land 
is fallow, or under ultivation. 
Income from trees 
All APs  

Cash compensation for wood trees based on volume of 
wood 

Cash compensation for productive trees based on the net 
annual harvest from the tree(s) for the number of years 
taken for replacement tree(s) to reach comparable 
production 
Business or 
Employment loss; 
temporary or permanent  
All APs  
(including informal 
settlers) 
-Business Owner: Cash compensation for lost income up to 1 
year’ (if income is permanent) or Cash compensation for the 
period of business interruption (if the loss is temporary). The 
compensation iis assessed at actual income as per tax 
declaration or if taxes have not been paid at the maximum non-
taxable indome.  
-Permanent worker/employers: Indemnity for lost wages for 
business stoppage of up to 1 year 
Allowance for severe 
impacts (More that 10% 
of income loss) 
All severely APs  
-Agricultural income: One severe impact allowance equal to the 
net market value  of the harvest from the affected land for 1 year 
(inclusive of winter and summer crop) and in addition to the 
standard crop compensation .
 
Relocation allowance  
All relocated APs  
Provision of sufficient allowance to cover transport expenses 
and basic livelihood expenses for the transitional period 
Communal/ Public 
assets 
 
Rehabilitation/substitution in kind or cash at replacement cost 
of affected items and rehabilitation of their functions 
Vulnerable  APs  
APs below poverty 
line and households 
headed by women. 

  Employment priority in project-related jobs  

  Cash contribution equal to 2 month’s at minimum salary. 
 

 
 
 
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5. 
Compensation rates for loss of land use rights, crops and trees and buildings 
 
Table A1-4: Basis of Compensation Rate Determination 
Type of Loss 
Basis of Rate Determination 
Loss of agricultural 
land 
The rate is determined for each individual property, based on the productivity of 
the affected land. The following formula is applied: 
Yield per m
2
 x Area affected x Gross market value of the crop x 5 years 
Loss of Residential 
or Commercial Land 
To be based on current land lease rate multiplied by 25 years. 
Structures 
All affected structures, including houses, outbuildings, sheds, barns, driveways, 
pumps, ovens and fountains are individually assessed by engineers and 
assessors from the District Administrations. 
Businesses  
All impacts on businesses are permanent. Compensation will equal the annual 
income for each business is determined from tax records, or in the absence of tax 
records, by applying a maximum non taxable salary set at TJS 288 / month 
Allowance for 
Severely Affected 
Households 
1. An additional sum equivalent to the value of crop production for one year for 
the affected land, and  
2. A rehabilitation allowance of TJS 1,728 (equal to six months’ maximum salary) 
Allowance for 
households to be 
relocated 
1. A transportation allowance of TJS 500, and  
2. An assistance allowance of TJS 864 (equal to three months’ maximum salary) 
Allowance for 
vulnerable 
households 
An allowance of TJS 462 (equal to two months’ maximum salary) 
 
6. Grievance 
Redress 
Mechanism 
A grievance redress mechanism will be established.  Complaints & Grievances will be 
addressed through the following steps and actions: 
iv.  First, complaints can be lodged at the Grievance Review Committee (GRC) at the district Offices where 
resolution will be attempted with the involvement of Hukumat and Jamoat officers as the elected 
representatives of the AF.  
v.  If still unsettled after 30 days a grievance can then be lodged to MOTC at central level. Again the elected 
representatives of the AF will have the opportunity to mediate. 
vi.  If no solution is reached within 14 days the DPs can further submit their case to the appropriate court of law. 
 
Contact Details for Inquiry 
N Hakimov 
Project Executive Director,  
Project Implementation Unit  
Telephone No: +992 37 2215673 
E-mail: piurr@tojikiston.com 
Address: 14 Ayni Street, Dushanbe, Republic of 
Tajikistan 
 
G.Boronov 
Deputy Executive Director,  
Project Implementation Unit  
Telephone No: +992 918 985610 
E-mail: piurr@tojikiston.com 
Address: 14 Ayni Street, Dushanbe, Republic of 
Tajikistan 
Prepared: September 2010 

 
 
 
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APPENDIX 2   SUMMARY OF CONSULTATIONS 
 
Various methods used for public consultation and participation with concerned stakeholders are 
described below: 
Table A-2: Methods Employed for Consultations 
Stakeholders Purpose 
Method 
City Traffic Police 
Department 

 
To collect relevant 
government policy, 
guidelines, priorities on the 
project, and to seek 
assistance during the Origin 
and Destination (O&D) 
survey.  

 
Frequent individual meetings with the 
officials of Traffic Police Department  
Local Community  in 
the different locations 
of the Sub-project 
area (Rudaki,Gissar, 
Shakhrinav, 
Tursunzade) 

 
To assess overall social 
perception about the 
importance of project road 
and local people’s 
perceived need for 
improvement   

 
Consultation and discussion with local 
people at different project locations 
during reconnaissance walk over survey, 
cadastral survey, social survey and 
census survey.  
 
District level line 
agencies  
(Divisional Roads 
Office, Land 
Committee, District 
Architect, District 
Committee on Women 
and Family Affairs) 
 

 
To assess the existing 
operational status of road, 
to verify the land likely to be 
acquired based on 
preliminary design 
drawings, to carry out 
cadastral survey, to 
collection of data on land, 
and to collect information on 
alternative livelihood 
programs and scope.  

 
Individual meetings with the officials of 
respective offices. 
Project affected 
people based on the 
preliminary design 
drawing 
 

 
To prepare inventory of the 
affected assets and get 
measurement and conduct 
interview with the affected 
families about the affected 
assets and on the 
household matters   

 
Individual interview of the affected 
households by means of a structured 
questionnaire  
NGOs and other 
stakeholders at the 
local level 
 

 
Assess the level of social 
willingness to be involved in 
the project activities 

 
Representatives of local NGOs and other 
stakeholders including community 
members were consulted at different 
sections of the road during field visits by 
the domestic and international team 
members in order to assess the overall 
social perception about the road project 
and also to assess the level of their 
willingness to cooperate with the study 
team.    
 
 
 

 
 
 
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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS OF CONSULTATION MEETINGS 
Consultation- 1 
 
Name of the Village:Morteppa 
Name of the Jamoat:Khonaqoh 
Name of the District/Rayon:Gissar 
Number of Participants:23 
Male: 17   Female: 6 
 
Date: 28 March 2009 
Time:1000 hours 
Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male 
/Female 
Occupation 

Hakimova Mavjuda 
Female 
Chairperson of Munis NGO 
2 Hafizov 
Abdukholiq 
Male 
1
st
 Deputy District chairman 

Qurbonova Robiya 
Female 
Head of Khonaqo Jamoat 

Sharipov Sodiq 
Male 
Head of District Capital construction 
Department 
5 Imomov 
Bakhtiyor 
Male 
farmer 
6 Ramazonov 
Asomiddin 
Male 
Farmer 
7 Avrodov 
Tughon 
Male 
Farmer 
8 Ziyoev 
Davlat 
Male 
Farmer 
9 Mirzoeva 
Sofiya 
Female 
Housewife 
10 Abdulloev 
Ismatullo 
Male 
Farmer 
11 Melikov 
Abdukarim 
Male 
Farmer 
12 Azizov 
Dilshod 
Male 
Farmer 
13 Salimov 
Rustam 
Male 
Farmer 
14 Nurov 
Rahmatullo 
Male 
Farmer 
15 Kabirova 
Gulkhonim 
Female 
Farmer 
16 Hafizova 
Khairinisso  Female 
Farmer 
17 Sadieva 
Khushrumoh  Female 
Farmer 
18 Abdiev 
Abdumannon  Male 
Farmer 
19 Samuddinov 
Saidullo  Male 
Farmer 
20 Yunusov 
Sharof 
Male 
Driver 
21 Ghulomov 
Salom 
Male 
Farmer 
22 Qanoatov 
Shafoat 
Male 
Farmer 
23 Qurbonov 
Sharofiddin  Male 
Farmer 
24 Mahmadov 
Musaddir  Male 
Farmer 
25 Yusupov 
Bahrullo 
Male 
Farmer 
26 Akramov 
Sodiq 
Male 
Farmer 
27 Ibronov 
Hokim 
Male 
Farmer 
 

 
 
 
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Consultation- 2 
 
Name of the Village: Shakhrinav 
Name of the Jamoat:Shahraki Shakhrinav 
Name of the District/Rayon:Shakhrinav 
Number of Participants:27 
Male: 17 Female: 10 
 
Date: 5 March 2009 
Time:1000 hours 
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS 
Sl. No  Name of the Participant
Male /Female
Occupation 

Ghairatova Mahbuba 
Female 
Head of District Land Committee

Ahmadov Komil 
Male 
Land Management Specialist 

Qaraev Tohir 
Male 
Head of dairy farm 

Salimov Shahobiddin 
Male 
Head of DF 
5 Melikova 
Rukhsatoy 
Female 
Housewife 
6 Ashurova 
Tojinisso 
Female 
Housewife 
7 Ikromova 
Muharram 
Female 
Farmer 
8 Ustoeva 
Shahlo 
Female 
Housewife 
9 Kholova 
Melikoy 
Female 
Farmer 
10 Salimova 
Tojinisso 
Female 
Farmer 
11 Huseynova 
Muharram  Female 
Farmer 
12 Naftulloeva 
Habiba 
Female 
Entrepreneur 
13 Nurova 
Tojinisso 
Female 
Farmer 
14 Barotov 
Qosim 
Male 
Farmer 
15 Safarov 
Salom 
Male 
Farmer 
16 Jalilov 
Tura 
Male 
Entrepreneur 
17 Aliev 
Murodali 
Male 
Farmer 
18 Qosimov 
Mannon 
Male 
Farmer 
19 Odinaev 
Tojiddin 
Male 
Farmer 
20 Davlatov 
Said 
Male 
Farmer 
21 Kholov 
Azim 
Male 
Farmer 
22 Roziev 
Maruf 
Male 
Farmer 
23 Ochildiev 
Hakim 
Male 
Farmer 
24 Khojamov 
Muhammadi Male 
Farmer 
25 Karomatov 
Fazliddin 
Male 
Farmer 
26 Juraev 
Zikrullo 
Male 
Farmer 
27 Abdurashidov 
Abdujalil  Male 
Farmer 
 
 

 
 
 
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Consultation- 3 
 
Name of the Village:Choryakkoron 
Name of the Jamoat:Choryakkoron 
Name of the District/Rayon:Rudaki 
Number of Participants:33 
Male: 8    Female: 25 
 
Date: 6 April 2009 
Time:1100 hours 
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS 
Sl. No  Name of the Participant
Male /Female
Occupation 

Yusupov Mahmadrahim 
Male 
Deputy District Chairman 

Qaraboev Bahriddin 
Male 
Head of Choryakkoron Jamoat 

Sharipov Kholmahmad 
Male 
Land Planning Specialist 
    4 
Norov Azam 
Male 
Deputy Head of Jamoat 
5 Sheraliev 
Sadriddin 
Male 
Farmer 

Sulaymonov Olim 
Male 
Jamoat Chief Accountant  

Alieva Sanoat 
Female 
Deputy Head of Jamoat 

Aralova Abrinisso 
Female 
Jamoat HR Specialist 

Barotova Jamila 
Female 
Jamoat Secretary 
10 
Raupova Rano 
Female 
Director of Secondary Schooll 
11 
Mirali Mahmadaliev 
Male 
Zafar village/mahalla leader 
12 
Saidahmadov Siyarsho 
Male 
Uchqul village leader 
13 
Roibov Yoqub 
Male 
Teacher  
14 
Nazarov Faizali 
Male 
Head of DF 
15 
Safaraliev Sherali 
Male 
Deputy Mahalla ARmughon 
16 
Majidov Muzaffar 
Male 
Raisi Armughon 
17 
Nurov Safarali 
Male 
Chavliboi Leader 
18 
Saidov Salim 
Male 
Gizhdalobod Leader 
19 Qadamova 
Oliha 
Female 
Farmer 
20 
Soibnazarova Sojida 
Female 
Deputat from mahalla 
21 
Ismoilov Sh 
Male 
DF Head 
22 Umarov 
Sattor 
Male 
farmer 
23 Melikov 
Dustmurod 
Male 
DF 
24 
Boboev Khudoydod 
Male 
Zafar Mahalla leader 
25 
Niyozov Ibod 
Male 
Deputy Zafar leader 
26 Khiusaev 
Rustam 
Male 
Ispechak 
27 Shukurov 
Rustam 
Male 
Director of secondary school67
28 Shukurov 
Abdullo 
Male 
statistics 
29 
Siddiqov Hamroh 
Male 
Choryakkoron dara leader 
30 Naimov 
Samariddin 
Male 
farmer 
31 Ruzieva 
Khadicha 
Female 
farmer 
32 Rajabova 
Idimoh 
Female 
farmer 
33 Najmiddinov 
Foteh 
Male 
farmer 
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