Involuntary Resettlement Assessment and Measures


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Male /Female
Occupation 

Nurmatov Urunboy 
Male 
First Deputy District Chairman
2 Alieva 
Tursunoy 
Female 
Farmer 
3 Homidova 
Nazarvi 
Female 
Farmer 
4 Saidov 
Abduvohid 
Male 
Farmer 
5 Zaidulloeva 
Lutfiya 
Female 
Farmer 
6 Karimov 
Halim 
Male 
Farmer 
7 Azizbekov 
Khudoydod  Male 
Farmer 
8 Karimova 
Sarvarkhon  Female 
Specialist 
9 Hikmatova 
Shoira 
Female 
Specialist 
10 
Bahrullo 
Male 
Land Management Specialist 
11 Ashurov 
Safarali 
Male 
Farmer 
12 Kholov 
Isroil 
Male 
Farmer 
13 Shukurov 
Shukrullo 
Male 
Farmer 
14 Rajabov 
Qurbonali 
Male 
Farmer 
 
Consultation-5 
 
Name of District/Rayon: Shahrinav 
Number of Participants: 30 
Date: 14 March 2010 
 
 
 Name 
 
Position 

Kurbonov I.I. 
First Deputy Chairman of the  Shahrinav 

Gayratova M. 
Chairman of the district land committee  

Nozimov H. 
Main architector of the district 

Qudratov M. 
Director of the Construction committee  

Mamataliev  R 
Director  Company “Main Construction” 

Z.  Fazliddin 
Head of the Investment Committee of the 
district  

Aminov  Abdunosir 
District  resident 

Bobonazarova Gulbahor 
District  resident 

Sultonova Melikoy 
District  resident 
10 
Sobirova Zinnatoy 
District  resident 

 
 
 
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11 
Tosheva Ubayda 
District  resident 
12 
Jalilon Abdugani 
District  resident 
13 
Rahimova Tuybibi 
District  resident 
14 
Rahimov Bahodur 
District  resident 
15 
Zoirov Ahliddin  
District  resident 
16 
Mukhtorov Abduali 
District  resident 
17 
Zubaydulloev Ubaydullo 
District  resident 
18 
Sa’dulloev Chupon  
District  resident 
19 
Huseynov  Saidali 
District  resident 
20 
Ashuron Rajab 
District  resident 
21 
Sattorov  Ayubjon 
District  resident 
22 
Barotov Qosim  
District  resident 
23 
Qurbonov  Ikrom  
District  resident 
24 
Sanginov M. 
District  resident 
25 
Usmonov A/ 
District  resident 
26 
Muminov Fattoh 
District  resident 
27 
Rahimova Mastura 
District  resident 
28 
Obidova  Umirhol 
District  resident 
29 
Kholikov Hasanjon 
District  resident 
30 
Davlatov  Abdujabbor 
District  resident 
 
Consultation-6 
 
Name of District/Rayon: Gissar 
Number of Participants: 30 
Date: 15 March 2010 
 
 
 Name 
 
Position 

Zinatov Amin 
District  resident 

Jonmahmadov Ubayd 
District  resident 

Sherov Sherali 
District  resident 

Sherov Umedjon 
District  resident 

Latipov Rahmatullo 
District  resident 

Ibronov  Halim 
District  resident 

Mansurov Khursand 
District  resident 

Olimov Rasul 
District  resident 

Kholov Shamsullo 
District  resident 
10 
Kholova Kholbibi 
District  resident 
11 
Zinnatov Muboraksho 
District  resident 
12 
Olimov Mirali 
District  resident 
13 
Kobilov  Abdusamad 
District  resident 
14 
Kobilov Malik  
District  resident 
15 
Zayniddinov Hasan  
District  resident 
16 
Rahimov  Tesha 
District  resident 
17 
Naimov Said 
District  resident 
18 
Rahimov Haidullo 
District  resident 
19 
Jonmahmadov  Udayd 
District  resident 

 
 
 
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20 
Ismoilov Ne’mat 
District  resident 
21 
Nazarov Tojiddin 
District  resident 
22 
Azizov Umarali 
District  resident 
23 
Kodirov  Razok 
District  resident 
24 
Kodirov Abdusattor 
District  resident 
25 
Zinatov Amirshoh 
District  resident 
26 
Mahmadov Yokub 
District  resident 
27 
Mirzoeva Saybibi 
District  resident 
28 
Raupov Abdurahmon 
District  resident 
29 
Kanoatov Shafoat 
District  resident 
30 
Ibodov Ne’matullo 
District  resident 
 
Consultation-7 
 
Name of District/Rayon: Rudaki 
Number of Participants: 38 
Date: 17 March 2010 
 
 Name 
 
Position 

Odinaev Rahmatullo 
District  resident 

Barotov Davlatmurod 
District  resident 

Barotov Suhrob 
District  resident 

Mahmadov  Hasan 
District  resident 

Hamdamov  Aslan 
District  resident 

Komilov  Egam 
District  resident 

Kenjaev Tavarali 
District  resident 

Mavlonova Safargul  
District  resident 

Mavlonov Abdurahmon 
District  resident 
10 
Abdulloev Sulaymon 
District  resident 
11 
Kenjaev  Sherali  
District  resident 
12 
Kenjaeva Nazokat 
District  resident 
13 
Karomatov Manuchehr 
District  resident 
14 
Karomatov  Hikmatullo 
District  resident 
15 
Ashurov  Izatullo 
District  resident 
16 
Subhonov  Ne’matullo 
District  resident 
17 
Sharipov Toshmurod  
District  resident 
18 
Sharipov  Normurod  
District  resident 
19 
Miraliev Homid 
District  resident 
20 
Khudoyberdiev Sayfullo 
District  resident 
21 
Usmonov  Bobokalon  
District  resident 
22 
Khudoyberdiev  Khayrullo 
District  resident 
23 
Khudoyberdiev  Abdurahmon  
District  resident 
24 
Egamov  Ismoil 
District  resident 
25 
Bobonazarov  Olohnazar 
District  resident 
26 
Buzbalaev  Fayzullo 
District  resident 
27 
Abrorov  Saykhuja 
District  resident 
28 
Yorov  Sultonmurod  
District  resident 
29 
Boev  Gulmurod  
District  resident 

 
 
 
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30 
Madumarov Solehjon 
District  resident 
31 
Davlatov  Abdusalom 
District  resident 
32 
Naimov Habibullo 
District  resident 
33 
Amirshoeva Rukiyamoh 
District  resident 
34 
Naimov Habibullo 
District  resident 
35 
Amirshoeva Rukiyamoh 
District  resident 
36 
Odinaeva Gulchehra 
District  resident 
37 
Azizova Kurbongul 
District  resident 
38 
Davlatov Murod 
District  resident 
 
Summary of discussions with the representatives from local Hukumats located along the 
road Dushanbe–Tursunzade–Uzbekistan border with PIU representatives 
 
Meetings with all DPs were held once with the participation of Rayon authority 
representatives in each districts. Four times in total and the minutes recorded. Additionally, 
meetings with each Jamoat and each kishlak were held separately without minutes recorded as 
the meeting was in the field and in total: Rudaki – 5 times, Gissar – 7 times, in Shakhrinav – 5 
times, in Tursunzade – 3 times. 
 
Stakeholders Purpose 
Method 
Representatives of Rudaki, 
Gissar, Shahrinav, 
Tursunzade 
Evaluate general level of 
social understanding about 
highway importance under the 
Project as well as to improve 
understanding of local people.  
Representatives of local 
Hukumats were advised  
about the Road Rehabilitation 
Project  
Representatives from Jamoat 
of Gissar district  
Evaluate general level of 
social understanding about 
highway importance under the 
Project as well as to improve 
understanding of local people.  
Representatives of Jamoats of 
Gissar district 
Representatives of Jamoat of 
Rudaki district 
Evaluate general level of 
social understanding about 
highway importance under the 
Project as well as to improve 
understanding of local people 
Representatives of Jamoats of 
Rudaki district 
Representatives of Jamoat of 
Shahrinav district 
Evaluate general level of 
social understanding about 
highway importance under the 
Project as well as to improve 
understanding of local people 
Representatives of Jamoats of 
Shahrinav district 
Representatives of Jamoat of 
Tursunzade district 
Evaluate general level of 
social understanding about 
highway importance under the 
Project as well as to improve 
understanding of local people 
Representatives of Jamoats of 
Tursun-zade district 
Population (members of 
Affected Households) along 
the Road Dushanbe-Tursun-
zade-Uzbekistan border from 
List of affected property  
Issues about the  price of  
affected objects 
ADB Resettlement Policy  
Personal interview  with 
affected households 

 
 
 
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Rudaki, Gissar, Shahrinav 
districts and Tursunzade city   
(that the main purpose is the 
protection of  population 
needs)  
 
MEETING WITH RESETTLEMENT WORKING GROUP 
 
Date: 7 October 2009  
Time: 9:35 -12:05  
Place: MOTC Conference Room 
 
 
 
 
 

PIU 
Mr Hakimov 
Executive Director 

 
Mr Muzaffar 
Resettlement Specialist 
3  
Mr 
Shkrillov 
 

Design Institute 
Mr. Kurod Nasruddin 
 
5 ADB 
Lanfranco 
Blanchetti–
Ravelli  
Resettlement Specialist 
 

 
Gia HY Hong 
Project Team Leader 

Fraser Thomas 
John Howse 
 
Consultant Team Leader 
 
8  
Stephen 
Eagle 
Consultant 

Land Mapping / 
Cadastrie, State 
Land Committee 
Mr Qubodov, 
 
Dushanbe 
10 Tursunzade 
Land 
Committee 
Mr. Egan Berjiv, Main 
Engineer 
Tursunzade 
11 
 
Mr Karimov, Engineer, 
 
12 Gissar 
 
Ms Soliva, Chief Architect, 
Gissar 
13 Rudaki 
 
Mr. Kubov, Architect (Not 
on land committee)  
Rudaki 
14 
 
Director, Land Committee 
Rudaki 
 
 
MEETING WITH RESETTLEMENT WORKING GROUP 
 
Date: 27 August 2010  
Time: 9:00 -12:30  
Place: TJRM Conference Room
 
Ref.# Name, 
Surname 
Position 
Location 
1. 
F.Ismatov 
Deputy Chairman of 
Hukumat 
Rudaki district 
2. 
S.Lolayerov 
Director of Technological 
Inventory Enterprise 
Rudaki district 
3. 
H.Burkhonov 
Senior Architect   
Rudaki district 
4. 
I.Akhtomov 
Chairman of Land 
Committee  
Rudaki district 
5. 
I.Melikov 
Engineer of Technological 
Shahrinav district 

 
 
 
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Inventory Enterprise 
6. 
K.Akhmatov 
Senior Specialist Land 
Committee  
Shakhrinav district 
7. 
Ms.M.Bairatova 
Chairman of Local Land 
Committee 
Shahrinav district 
8. 
H.Nozimov 
Senior Architect 
Shahrinav district 
9. 
I.Kurbonov 
First Deputy Chairman of 
Hukumat 
Shahrinav district 
10. 
N.Safarov 
Deputy Chairman of 
Hukumat 
Tursunzade city 
11. 
S.Abdusalami 
Chairman of Local Land 
Committee 
Tursunzade city 
12. 
R.Kalonov 
Senior Architect  
Tursunzade city 
13 I.Egamberdiev 
Senior 
Engineer 
Technological Inventory 
Enterprise 
Tursunzade city 
14. D.Khamroev 
Engineer 
Technological 
Inventory Enterprise 
Tursunzade city 
15. H.Boboev 
Director 
Technological 
Inventory Enterprise 
Gissar district 
16. 
I.Muhtoramov 
Chairman of Local Land 
Committee 
Gissar district 
17. 
A.Hafizov 
First Deputy Chairman of 
Hukumat  
Gisssar District 
18. 
Sh.Rustamov 
Acting Senior Architect  
Gissar district 
ADB 
1. 
Ms.HY Hong 
Team Leader 
 
2. 
Mr. Jose Tiburcio Nicolas 
Resettlement Specialist   
 
3. 
Ms M Yap 
Legal counsel 
 
PIU MOTC 
1. M.Mirzoev 
Resettlement 
Specialist   
2. Ms.D.Yakubova 
Translator 
 
 
Summary of the Meeting 
1.
 
The ADB mission (resettlement specialist) described a number of key points in ADB’s 
Safeguards Policy Statement (2009) focusing on compensation at replacement cost, 
compensation/assistance even to those without sufficient legal rights to land, and requirement to 
complete compensation and assistance to displaced persons prior to commencement of civil 
works. 
2.
 
The WG members confirmed their understanding of replacement cost and clarified that 
the valuation of structures have been revised to remove the depreciation adjustments previously 
made by the Rayon Commissions. 
3.
 
Representatives from the District Commissions clarified that there are only 36 affected 
businesses (not 43). The operations of the additional 7 businesses earlier mentioned will not be 
affected. Only auxilliary structures in their plots (i.e. fence, borders) will be affected. Business 

 
 
 
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activities of these 7 shops are not expected to be disrupted from the civil works. Their 
compensation will be limited to impacts on structures. Hence, these 7 businesses will no longer 
be included in the discussion in the LARP section on business losses. 
4.
 
On allocation and transfer of land use rights, the WG clarified that the only way a 
household can have a replacement home plot is through the District Land Committee. Under 
the current policy and legal environment, cash compensation will not enable households to 
obtain alternative plot. Plot allocation by the District Land Committee is the only viable option to 
assist households and shops that need to relocate. However, this will require the issuance of a 
President decree. 
5.
 
PIU clarified that of the 20 households whose residential structures will be affected, 
households (not 5) will require assistance in obtaining replacement land. These affected 
households will lose between 15-300 sqm of home plot. Replacement plot to be provided will 
have an average area of 600 sqm, (based on current practice) even for those losing less than 
600 sqm.  
6.
 
PIU also explained that there are a number of affected households who have requested 
their respective hukumats (district governments) to allocate the vacant lot adjacent to their 
remaining plot as replacement for their affected land. This will be further assessed and reflected 
into the LARP. Moreover, some households with multiple families (with married children) 
request for an additional home plot as replacement so that some families can move out and 
establish their own house.  
7.
 
The President is currently considering to provide replacement home plots (with an 
average size of 600 sqm each) to all the 20 households whose houses will be affected. PIU has 
submitted the list of these 20 households to the Office of the President. A Presidential Decree is 
expected to be issued on 2 September 2010. 
8.
 
It was clarified that replacement land will have to be of equal value as the affected land. 
In the case of residential land, the plot should have comparable access to employment and 
production opportunities, civil infrastructure and community services. Related to this, a field visit 
will be conducted by the ADB Resettlement Specialist on 30 August 2010 to initially review the 
potential/proposed replacement plots to be provided to households requiring relocation. The PIU 
and the Working Group will prepare a location map of the replacement plots. 
9.
 
The ADB Project Team Leader shared the result of a recent meeting with staff from the 
Office of the President on compensation for minor land acquisition. In that meeting, it was 
recommended that instead of using the terminology "compensation of residential/commercial 
land", the term "allowance for the loss (termination) of land use right" will be used in order not to 
violate the principle of State ownership of land as provided in the Constitution. Since land use 
right is not the same as ownership, an appropriate valuation methodology needs to be made.  
10.
 
The ADB proposed methodology of using prices of privately-owned lands in neighboring 
countries is not acceptable. The government will not have solid ground for adopting the ‘$5.7 

 
 
 
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per sqm unit price derived from the rapid pricing methodology of privately-owned lands 
presented by ADB. The only available reference that can be used in the country at the moment 
is the existing land lease/rental rates in the project area which is currently assessed at $1,000 
per hectare annually. By applying a common amortization rate of 25 years, a unit rate of $2.5 
per sqm was derived. Reaction/feedback was sought from the WG.  
11.
 
PIU responded that the interviews they made to a number of APs on the amount they 
would be willing to accept as compensation for their loss of residential/commercial land also 
came out with figures around $2.5.  
12.
 
Full fledged wider consultation on $2.5 per sqm will be held in September 2010. ADB 
staff (Farrukh Nuriddinov) will be present for each meeting for each district. 
13.
 
Copies of the revised draft LARP will be shared with the WG for comments and 
endorsement. Once the LARP is endorsed by the Government and approved by ADB, a 
summary of the LARP will need to be disseminated among the APs through the distribution of 
pamphlets. 

 
 
 
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APPENDIX 3:  DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR RESETTLEMENT SPECIALIST UNDER 
PROJECT MANAGEMETN CONSULTING FIRM 
 
The Consultants will primarily update existing LARP in the detailed design stage and will 
provide capacity building training on LAR issues to PIU.  Specific tasks include:  
 
1. 
Assist the PIU/MOTC in coordinating all social issues and ensuring that project comply 
with Government and ADB social safeguards; 
2. 
Adjust and Finalize the LARP based on an updated impact assessment during detailed 
design stage; 
3. 
Carry out additional survey if required ; 
4. 
Work closely with the PIU/MOTC and with other concerned government agencies for 
carrying out the survey;  
5. 
Update the cost if required based on the detailed design; 
6. 
Prepare site specific micro plan for shifting of the APs based on the principle of land for 
land compensation; 
7. 
The Consultants will coordinate and provide assistance to nongovernmental 
organizations engaged to assist in implementing the LARP; 
8. 
The consultant will be responsible for imparting training (in-house as well as on-the- 
job) to the PIU resettlement Specialist and also other concerned agencies related to 
LAR activities. Training will cover the following topics; 
i).  ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) 
ii).  Principles and procedures of land acquisition; 
iii).  Public consultation and participation; 
iv).  Entitlements and compensation & assistance disbursement mechanisms; 
v).  Grievance redress;  
vi).  Implementation Mechanism of LARP and  
vii).  Monitoring of resettlement operations. 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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APPENDIX 4:  DRAFT TOR FOR INDEPENDENT MONITOR (IM) 
 
A. 
Objective/Purpose of the Assignment  
1. 
Monitoring is an integral part of land acquisition and resettlement (LAR) process. 
The agency will be involved in ongoing monitoring of resettlement implementation. The 
objectives of the Independent Monitor (IM) are to review implementation and assess the 
(i) achievement of LAR objectives, (ii) changes in living standards and livelihoods and 
restoration of economic and social base of the displaced persons (DPs), (iii) the 
effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of entitlements, and (iv) need for further 
mitigating measures, if any.  IM should also enable the executing agency (EA) to make 
timely decisions on corrective measures needed to implement the land acquisition and 
resettlement plan (LARP) effectively and learn strategic lessons for future policy 
formulation and planning.  
B. Qualifications 
 
2. 
The selected organization should be of high professional standing and have a 
strong track record in the field of social development and resettlement. It should also 
have a proven record in project monitoring and be able to demonstrate adequate 
resources. 
C. 
Scope of Work  
3. 
The major tasks expected from the independent monitor are 
(i) 
Review and verify internal monitoring systems and findings. 
(ii) 
Conduct independent investigations of project implementation, including 
the Project Implementation Unit (PIU), local offices, and consultations 
with village leaders, and affected people, especially women and 
vulnerable groups. 
(iii) 
Prepare independent reports based on monitoring visits. 
(iv) 
Suggest major recommendations for remedial actions. 
(v) 
Identify lessons learned. 
(vi) 
Maintain database of independent surveys. 
(vii) 
Suggest remedial actions with time-based outputs. 
(viii) 
Certify compliance with requirements of LARP. 
(ix) 
Share the major lessons from the process both in terms of success and 
failure. 

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