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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 at 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, minimized 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. 
 
2. 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 A1-2 
Compensation Entitlements Matrix 
ASSETS 
AFFECTED 
PERSONS 
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 year 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 
Provision of alternative land or provision of cash allowance for 
loss of land use rights equivalent to land lease rates multiplied by 
25 years. 
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 cultivation. 
Cash compensation for wood trees based on volume of wood 
Income from trees 
All APs  
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
 
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 is assessed at actual income as per tax 
declaration or if taxes have not been paid at the maximum non-
taxable income.  
Business or 
Employment loss; 
temporary or 
permanent  
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 or 
affected by relocation) 
All severely APs 
 
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  or one 
 cash contribution equal to 6 month’s official 
minimum salary 
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 
 
Employment priority in Project-related jobs 
 
Vulnerable  APs  
APs below poverty line 
and households 
headed by single 
woman. 
Cash contribution equal to 2 months’ official minimum salary. 
 
 
3. 
Compensation rates for loss of land use rights, crops and trees and buildings 
 
Table A1-3: Basis of Compensation Rate Determination 
 

 
 
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Type of Loss 
Basis of Rate Determination 
The rate is determined for each individual property, based on 
the productivity of the affected land. The following formula is 
applied: 
Loss of agricultural land 
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, or a rehabilitation allowance 
of TJS 1,386 (equal to six months’ minimum salary) 
1. A transportation allowance of TJS 500, and  
Allowance for households to be 
relocated 
2. An assistance allowance of TJS 693 (equal to three months’ 
minimum salary) 
Allowance for vulnerable 
households 
An allowance of TJS 462 (equal to two months’ minimum 
salary)  
 
6. 
Grievance Mechanism - Resettlement Period
 
 
 
The Affected persons have the right to file complaints and/or queries on any aspect of land 
acquisition compensation and resettlement. To ensure that grievances are properly addressed, 
a grievance redress mechanism has been established: 
 
Step 1:  Complaints can be lodged at the MOT district offices/field level where resolution will be 
attempted with the involvement of Hukumat and Jamoat officers as the representatives of the 
affected households. A standard grievance registration form was prepared and given for 
comments and perusal to Hukumats and Jamoats officials. Each complaint must be registered, 
signed by the affected person and the Grievance Redress Committee representative, and the 
receipt of received complaint given to the affected person. The set period for complaint 
resolution is 30 calendar days.  
 
Step 2:  If during the 30 days period the grievance was not resolved, the affected person (or 
her/his representative if chosen) should lodge the complaint to the Resettlement Working Group 
Committee at the Project Implementation Unit. The Resettlement Working group Committee has 
14 calendar days to try to resolve the issue.   
 
Step 3:  If no solution is reached within 14 days, the affected person can submit her/his case to 
the appropriate court of law.  
 
Contact Details for Inquiry 

 
 
 
M. Negmatov 
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: May 2011 

 
 
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APPENDIX 4  
CUT- OFF DATE NOTICE 
 
 
Place of issue: Rudaki district  
 
English Translation of Text:  
 
According to the instruction of the Prime-Minister of the Republic of Tajikistan of 20 June 2009, 
under #52 425 (15-2), to remove the constructed buildings and houses in near by   road of 
Dushanbe -Tursunzoda and necessity of moving the household buildings to other places while 
reconstruction starts in this road.   
For solving these problems, the working group was organized by the chairman of the district 
under order # 117, dated 28 October 2009. 
Mr. S. Boboazimov is appointed as the Head of the working group. The working group for 
removing the buildings and constructed houses in the road of Dushanbe-Tursunzoda is giving 
assignments to the government structures.  
According to the Project the width of the road comes to 23 meters and it will be 4 lane roads. 
                                        
General Advertisement Issued by PIU: 
For the attention of the inhabitants of Rudaki, Gissar, Shahrinaw Districts and Tursunzade town, 
which are located in the roadside of Dushanbe-Tursunzade-border Uzbekistan, this is to inform 
you that in connection with the rehabilitation of this road, the special committee has identified 
the damage for household during the realization of Project up to November 28, 2009. Therefore, 
after November 28, 2009, the construction of all type of structures, tree planting and other is 
prohibited in the roadside and in case of unauthorized actions, the damage will not be charged 
by road construction. 
 
Ministry of Transport 
Project Implementation Unit 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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APPENDIX 5  
SUMMARY OF CONSULTATIONS 
Various methods used for public consultation and consultations with concerned stakeholders 
during the preparation of Draft LARP and LARP I are described in the following table: 
 
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 
To inform community about 
Project and LARP phases 
To discuss proposed loss of 
land use right price 
To inform community about 
methods of building 
assessment 
To get affected persons 
agreement on assessed assets 
Affected people from 
all Rayons, local 
Hukumats 
representatives, The 
State Committee for 
Investment 
representatives and 
other stakeholders 
To inform affected persons 
about grievance redress 
procedure during the 
resettlement and the 
construction period. 
Wide community consultations 
 
Numerous formal and informal consultations with stakeholders and local population have been 
conducted during the preparation of the Draft LARP and during the finalization of the LARP I. 
The major consultations have been summarized below. 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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DRAFT LARP COMMUNITY CONSULTATIONS 
Village: Morteppa 
Jamoat: Khonaqoh 
 District/Rayon: Gissar 
Participants:23  
Date: 28 March 2009 
 
Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 

Hakimova 
Female 
Chairperson of Munis NGO 

Hafizov 
Male 
1st 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  Male 
Farmer 
7 Avrodov 
Tughon 
Male 
Farmer 
8 Ziyoev 
Davlat  Male 
Farmer 
9 Mirzoeva 
Sofiya 
Female 
Housewife 
10 Abdulloev 
Male 
Farmer 
11 Melikov 
Male 
Farmer 
12 Azizov 
Dilshod  Male 
Farmer 
13 Salimov 
Rustam Male 
Farmer 
14 Nurov 
Rahmatullo 
Male 
Farmer 
15 Kabirova 
Female 
Farmer 
16 Hafizova 
Female 
Farmer 
17 Sadieva 
Female 
Farmer 
18 Abdiev 
Male 
Farmer 
19 Samuddinov 
Male 
Farmer 
20 Yunusov 
Sharof Male 
Driver 
21 Ghulomov 
Salom 
Male 
Farmer 
22 Qanoatov 
Shafoat 
Male 
Farmer 
23 Qurbonov 
Male 
Farmer 
24 Mahmadov 
Male 
Farmer 
25 Yusupov 
Bahrullo 
Male 
Farmer 
26 Akramov 
Sodiq  Male 
Farmer 
27 Ibronov 
Hokim  Male 
Farmer 
 

 
 
 
Village: Shakhrinav 
Jamoat: Shahraki Shakhrinav 
District/Rayon: Shakhrinav 
Participants: 27 
Male: 17 Female: 10   
Date: 5 March 2009 
 
Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 
1 Ghairatova 
Mahbuba 
Female 
Head of District Land Committee 

Ahmadov Komil 
Male 
Land Management Specialist 

Qaraev Tohir 
Male 
Head of dairy farm 
4 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 

 
 
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Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 
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 
 
 
 
Village: Choryakkoron 
Jamoat: Choryakkoron 
District/Rayon: Rudaki 
Participants:33  
Date: 6 April 2009 
 

 
 
 
Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 
1 Yusupov 
Mahmadrahim 
Male 
Deputy District Chairman 
2 Qaraboev 
Bahriddin 
Male 
Head of Choryakkoron Jamoat 
3 Sharipov 
Kholmahmad 
Male 
Land Planning Specialist 

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 
Female 
Deputat from mahalla 

 
 
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Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 
Sojida 
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 
 
 
 
Village: Kommuna 
District/Rayon: Tursunzade 
Participants: 14 
 
Date: 5 March 2009 

 
 
 
Sl. 
No 
Name of the 
Participant 
Male /Female 
Occupation 
1 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 
 
 
District/Rayon: Shahrinav 
Participants: 30 
Date: 14 March 2010 
Number  Name 
Position 

 
 
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Number  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 
8 Bobonazarova 
Gulbahor 
District  resident 

Sultonova Melikoy 
District  resident 
10 
Sobirova Zinnatoy 
District  resident 
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 

 
 
 
Number  Name 
Position 
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 
 
District/Rayon: Gissar 
Participants: 30 
Date: 15 March 2010 
Number  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 

 
 
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Number  Name 
Position 
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 
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 
District/Rayon: Rudaki 
Participants: 38 
Date: 17 March 2010 
Number 
Name 
Position 

 
 
 
Number 
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  
District  resident 

 
 
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Number 
Name 
Position 
Abdurahmon  
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 
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  
Meetings with all APs were held with the participation of Rayon representatives in each districts. 
There were four meetings and the minutes were recorded. Additionally, meetings with each 
Jamoat and each kishlak were held in the field without minutes recorded: 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 Tursunzade district 
List of affected property  
Issues about the  price of  
affected objects 
Population (members of 
Affected Households) 
along the Road 
Dushanbe-Tursunzade-
Uzbekistan border from 
Rudaki, Gissar, 
Shahrinav districts and 
Tursunzade city   
ADB Resettlement Policy  (that 
the main purpose is the 
protection of  population needs)  
Personal interview  with 
affected households 
 
 
 
MEETING WITH RESETTLEMENT WORKING GROUP 

 
 
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Date: 7 October 2009  
Time: 9:35 -12:05  
Place: MOT Conference Room 
No 
Organisation 
Name 
Position 

PIU 
Mr Hakimov 
Executive Director 

  
Mr Muzaffar 
Resettlement Specialist 

  
Mr Shkrillov 
  

Design Institute 
Mr. Kurod Nasruddin 
  

ADB 
Lanfranco Blanchetti–Ravelli  
Resettlement Specialist 

  
Gia HY Hong 
Project Team Leader 

Fraser Thomas 
John Howse 
Consultant Team Leader 

  
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 

F.Ismatov 
Deputy Chairman of 
Hukumat 
Rudaki district 

S.Lolayerov 
Director of Technological 
Inventory Enterprise 
Rudaki district 

H.Burkhonov 
Senior Architect   
Rudaki district 

I.Akhtomov 
Chairman of Land 
Committee  
Rudaki district 

I.Melikov 
Engineer of Technological 
Inventory Enterprise 
Shahrinav district 

K.Akhmatov 
Senior Specialist Land 
Committee  
Shakhrinav district 

Ms.M.Bairatova 
Chairman of Local Land 
Committee 
Shahrinav district 

H.Nozimov 
Senior Architect 
Shahrinav district 

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 
Gissar district 

 
 
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Ref.# 
Name, Surname 
Position 
Location 
Inventory Enterprise 
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 
  
  
  

Ms.HY Hong 
Team Leader 

Mr. Jose Tiburcio Nicolas 
Resettlement Specialist   

Ms M Yap 
Legal counsel 
PIU 
MOT 
  
  
  
1 M.Mirzoev 
Resettlement 
Specialist 
2 Ms.D.Yakubova 
Translator 
 
Summary of the Draft LARP consultations 
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 Affected 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 auxiliary structures in their plots (i.e. fence, borders) will be affected. Business 
activities of these 7 shops are not expected to be disrupted by 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, 6 
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 
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 

 
 
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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. 
 
LARP I COMMUNITY CONSULTATIONS  
14. 
A number of formal and informal consultations with affected communities and other 
major stakeholders were conducted during the preparation of the LARP I.  Local Hukumats and 
Jamoats, Land Committees representatives, MBTI and The State Committee on Investment and 
the State Property Management of the Republic of Tajikistan representatives, were working and 
consulting with the team on a daily basis from December 2010 to January 2011. A brief 
summary of the major consultations with affected people is given below.   
 
Date: January 24, 2011 
Location: Jamoat Karatog – TURSUNZADE 
Participants: 42 
15. 
Separate consultations, for each of three Jamoats in Tursunzade Hukumat, were 
planned. However, almost all of the affected persons came to the first consultations. In addition, 
a number of non-affected persons attended the consultations.  
16. 
The following information was given to the affected persons: 
short information about the Project 
LARP phases 
affected persons’ rights to compensation 
grievance redress mechanism 

 
 
 
bases and process for determination of prices for buildings, fruit trees, agricultural, residential 
and commercial land   
17. 
The majority of questions were related to prices of building material and basis for 
valuation of buildings and outbuildings. Affected persons were checking if prices of building 
material were the market prices. There were no questions on residential and commercial land 
compensation rate. Also, compensation for agricultural land was acceptable for affected 
persons as the price for agricultural products was based on the current market prices.  A great 
majority of affected persons sell their products at farm-gate prices, which are much lower than 
the market prices. Consequently, people will receive more money in compensation than they 
would receive if they sell the crops from the affected part of their land.  
18. 
Those who were satisfied with their compensation, signed the form. Two persons did not 
sign the form due to the following reason: 
The first case was related to differences between assets registered during the measurement 
and the assets registered for compensation. The mistake was corrected. 
The second case was related to the mill and oil making rooms. The owner claimed that he forgot 
to show the related part of the building which has access through some holes in the wall. In 
addition, one small wall between husbandries buildings was not registered. The team re-visited 
the household, measured the affected assets and gave the details to the State committee for 
Investment for valuation.  
Number 
Name 
Position 

Dragica Veselinovic 
Foreign Resettlement specialist 

Muzafar Mirzoyev 
Local Resettlement specialist 

Faizullo Kudratov 
Local Resettlement specialist 
4 Zafar 
Local 
Engineer 
5  
 
The State Committee on Investment and State 
Property Management of the Republic of 
Tajikistan  
6 Jamshed 
The State Committee on Investment and State 
Property Management of the Republic of 
Tajikistan  
7 Dzumav 
Bahran Deputy 
Rais-Tursunzada 

Sadikov Bahrulo  
Karatog Jamoat Land Committee 

 
 
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Number 
Name 
Position 

Dzalolov Shavkat 
Jamoat Administration 
10 
Tukhtaeva Yorqinoy 
Affected person 
11 
Anorov Saidjon 
Affected person 
12 
Khidirov Akbarali 
Affected person 
13 
Hafizov Abdulvohid 
Affected person 
14 
Saidjafarova Najafmoh 
Affected person 
15 
Boboev Safar 
Affected person 
16 
Huseinov Alisher 
Affected person 
17 
Sodiqov Qodir 
Affected person 
18 
Khalilov Dodarbek 
Affected person 
19 
Haidarov Najmiddin 
Affected person 
20 
Meliqoziev Ikhtiyor 
Affected person 
21 
Haitnazarov Azamat 
Affected person 
22 
Haitnazarova Bunafsha 
Affected person 
23 Masjeed 
Affected 
person 
24 
Kholov Ravshan 
Affected person 
25 
Otaev Zafar 
Affected person 
26 Karimova 
Abruniso 
Affected 
person 
27 
Mirsharipov Mullo 
Affected person 
28 
Bobosaidov Haitmurod 
Affected person 
29 Muhibuloev 
Ahmad 
Affected 
person 
30 
Chaalilov Nematulo 
Affected person 
31 
Khanjarov Qurbonali 
Affected person 
32 Kurbonova 
Mohpocho 
Affected 
person 

 
 
 
Number 
Name 
Position 
33 
Ismatov husain 
Affected person 
34 
Boborachabova 
Hoharhon Affected 
person 
35 
Mardonov Ibrohim 
Affected person 
36 
Odinaev Nasrullo 
Affected person 
37 
Rasulova Mehri 
Affected person 
38 Nurov 
Muhitado  Affected 
person 
39 
Chamaev Mavchud 
Affected person 
40 
Boboev Baborachab 
Affected person 
 
Date: January 26, 2011 
Location: Hukumat RUDAKI 
Participants: 40 
19. Forty persons attended consultations. A number of non-affected persons were present too.  
The following Information was given to the affected persons: 
short information about the Project 
affected persons’ rights for compensation 
grievance redress mechanisms  
bases and process for determination of prices for buildings, fruit trees, agricultural, residential 
and commercial land   
20.  Affected people were interested mostly in prices for affected buildings. The 
representatives of the State Committee for Investment explained the basis for buildings 
valuation. They explained the market prices of various building materials and the method for 
calculating a price of 1 square and 1 cubic meter of walls including the labour. After discussion, 
it was concluded that prices given are real and in some cases, a few somoni higher than prices 
people stated. However, one of the affected persons was not satisfied with the evaluation of his 
clay-made home and the plot of land he currently posses. The team will re-visit his home and 
correct the amount for compensation if it was a mistake. The Hukumat Rais promised to give 
him more land and explained the necessary procedure.   

 
 
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21. 
A few affected persons were concerned for their non-affected assets which may collapse 
during the construction period. The procedure for claims during the construction period was 
explained. There was a complaint that the road will come too close to the house and the owner 
does not like to live that close to the road. The local Hukumat representatives explained the 
procedure for claiming a new plot of land.  
22. 
Couple of persons whose assets will not be affected, asked why their assets were not 
taken as they have old walls and old houses and they wish to build new structures. A lengthy 
explanation was given about the exact measurements and the Client’s intention to minimize 
resettlement and to acquire land only where necessary.   
23. 
Affected persons were satisfied with compensation for agricultural land and fruit trees. 
They asked if after received compensation they could take their trees for wood. People were 
satisfied that they can keep the trees for wood. There were no questions about commercial and 
residential land prices. All affected persons signed the form with compensation amount for 
buildings and structures.  
Number  Name 
Position 

Dragica Veselinovic 
Foreign Resettlement specialist 

Muzafar Mirzoyev 
Local Resettlement specialist 

 Sharopov Pulod 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan  
4 Jamshed 
Zoirov 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan  
5 Safaraliev 
Sherali  Rais-Rudaki 
6 Sator 
Jamoat 
Administration 

Hochiev Ravshan 
Affected person 

Rahmatov Hairullo 
Affected person 
10 
Ganiev Ashobodin 
Affected person 
12 
Salimonov Imomali 
Affected person 
13 
Odinaeva Gulchehra 
Affected person 
14 Amirshova 
Rukiamoh Affected 
person 
15 Naimov 
Habibulo 
Affected 
person 
16 
Mirzoev Chanaidullo 
Affected person 

 
 
 
Number  Name 
Position 
17 Rahimov 
Mahmadarchab 
Affected 
person 
18 
Boboev Gulmurod 
Affected person 
19 
Buriev Kurbon 
Affected person 
20 
Abrorov Saihucha 
Affected person 
21 
Hudoiberdiv Saifullo 
Affected person 
22 
Bobonazarov Alonzair 
Affected person 
23 Davlatov 
Murodali 
Affected 
person 
24 Usmonov 
Bobokalon  Affected 
person 
25 
Sharipov Normurod 
Affected person 
26 
Sahripov Toshmurod 
Affected person 
27 
Suhbatov Nematullo 
Affected person 
28 
Ashurov Izatullo 
Affected person 
29 Karomatov 
Hikmatullo Affected 
person 
30 
Mavlonova Safargul 
Affected person 
31 
Abduloev Suleiman 
Affected person 
32 
Barotov Suhrob 
Affected person 
33 
Kanchaev Tavarali 
Affected person 
34 
Komilov Igam 
Affected person 
35 
Hamdanov Mirali 
Affected person 
36 
Muhamadiev Hasan 
Affected person 
37 
Barotov Sangin 
Affected person 
38 
Odinaev Rahmatullo 
Affected person 
 
Date: January 27, 2011 
Location: Hukumat- GISOR 
Participants: 37 

 
 
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24. 
Thirty-seven persons attended consultations. A number of non-affected persons were 
present too. The standard information about Project, LARP phases, unit prices and people’s 
rights was given. 
25. 
Affected people were interested in prices for affected buildings. Gisor is known by 
construction material businesses and present people were well informed about the construction 
material market prices. After explanation of the methodology for valuation of buildings and other 
structures, participants did not have any objections. Three of the affected persons had 
objections on the valuation of their assets as some basements parts and separation wall 
between rooms have not been included.  The team re-visited each of the affected persons, 
measured the assets and gave information to the valuer to correct the amount for 
compensation.  
26. 
Affected persons were satisfied with compensation for agricultural land and fruit trees. 
There were no questions about commercial and residential land prices. All affected persons 
signed the form with compensation amount for buildings and structures.  
People who live with married children demanded land plots for them.  
Number  Name 
Position 

Dragica Veselinovic 
Foreign Resettlement specialist 

Muzafar Mirzoyev 
Local Resettlement specialist 

 Sharopov Pulod 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan 
4 Jamshed 
Zoirov 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan  
5  
Rais-Gisor 
6  
Jamoat 
Administration 

Iskandarov Sobir 
Affected person 

Saduloev Mahmudullo 
Affected person 
10 
Mansurov Hursand 
Affected person 
12 Rahimova 
Sayora 
Affected 
person 
13 
Aliev Sadullo 
Affected person 
14 
Rasulov Melikmurod 
Affected person 
15 
Huseinov Halim 
Affected person 
16 
Mazor care taker 
Affected person 

 
 
 
Number  Name 
Position 
17 
Sadridinov Ashobidin 
Affected person 
18 
Boboev Hairullo 
Affected person 
19 
Hafizov Mizorali 
Affected person 
20 
Boboev Lutfullo 
Affected person 
21 Rahimov 
Hoshim 
Affected 
person 
22 Hamidov 
Sirochidin  Affected 
person 
23 
Miraliev Bozor 
Affected person 
24 Olimov 
Hamid 
Affected 
person 
25 
Chaborov Ishandar 
Affected person 
26 Chaborov 
Muhabatshto 
Affected 
person 
27 
Shodmonova Zainura 
Affected person 
28 
Kurbonov Begichon 
Affected person 
29 
Nosirov Rahmatullo 
Affected person 
30 
Rachabov Sadridin 
Affected person 
31 
Norova Kumri 
Affected person 
32 Saimudinov 
Saidullo  Affected 
person 
33 
Saifidinov Muminchon 
Affected person 
34 
Ibronov Halim 
Affected person 
35 
Donaeva Zebogul 
Affected person 
36 
Boboev Zafar 
Affected person 
37 Rahimov 
Handullo 
Affected 
person 
38 
Kodirov Abdusator 
Affected person 
 
Date: January 29, 2011 
Location: Hukumat- SHAHRINAV 
Participants: 55 
27. 
Fifty-five persons attended consultations The standard Project, LARP and entitlements 
Information was given to the affected persons 

 
 
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28. 
Affected people were interested in allowances such as allowance for vulnerable 
households, compensation for business and the time-frame for resettlement. In addition, there 
was a question about affected cemetery wall and compensation for that structure. People asked 
if they can start now with clearing of the affected land and if they will be paid if they clear the 
land now.  
29. 
After explanation of the methodology for valuation of buildings and other structures, 
participants did not have any objections. Four of the affected persons had objections on the 
valuation of their assets. The team re-visited each of the affected persons, did additional 
measurements and gave information to the valuer to correct the amount for compensation.  
30. 
There were no questions about commercial and residential land prices. All affected 
persons signed the form with compensation amount for buildings and structures.  
Number  Name 
Position 

Dragica Veselinovic 
Foreign Resettlement specialist 

Muzafar Mirzoyev 
Local Resettlement specialist 

 Sharopov Pulod 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan  
4 Jamshed 
Zoirov 
The State Committee on Investment and 
State Property Management of the Republic 
of Tajikistan  
5  
Rais-Gisor 
6  
Jamoat 
Administration 
8  
Affected 
person 

Ustoeva Shahlo 
Affected person 
10 
Odinaev Tojiddin 
Affected person 
12 
Odinaev Murodali 
Affected person 
13 
Yorova Shamigul 
Affected person 
14 
Yorov Said 
Affected person 
15 
Nematov Alijon 
Affected person 
16 Muzafarov 
Umar 
Affected 
person 
17 
Rashidov Abdukhalel 
Affected person 
18 
Shohimardonov Olimjon 
Affected person 
19 Rahimov 
Aminjon 
Affected 
person 

 
 
 
Number  Name 
Position 
20 
Davlatov Yunus  
Affected person 
21 
Kholova Melikoy 
Affected person 
22 
Ashurov Boboqul 
Affected person 
23 
Roziev Ahliddin 
Affected person 
24 
Aminov Ilhom 
Affected person 
25 
Salomova Tojiniso 
Affected person 
26 Yorov 
Muhammadi  Affected 
person 
27 
Donchik Aleksandr 
Affected person 
28 
Mirzoev Hasan 
Affected person 
29 
Zubaidulloev Tabibullo 
Affected person 
30 
Boboev Akmaljon 
Affected person 
31 
Ismoilov Isroil 
Affected person 
32 
Kenjaev Suhbatullo 
Affected person 
33 
Boboev Bahrullo 
Affected person 
34 
Qaramirzoeva Orzu 
Affected person 
35 
Abdulloeva Misqol 
Affected person 
36 
Nazarov Maruf 
Affected person 
37 
Rajabov Asadullo 
Affected person 
38 
Juraev Saidqul 
Affected person 
39 
Tojikmatlubot 1 
Affected person 
40 Rahimov 
Saiyod 
Affected 
person 
41 
Akramov Atokhon 
Affected person 
42 
Akramov Sodir 
Affected person 
43 
Davlatov Azizkhuja 
Affected person 
44 Rahimov 
Mahmadullo Affected 
person 
45 
Alimov Nusratullo 
Affected person 
46 
Kholov Sangimurod 
Affected person 
47 
 Juraev Zikrullo 
Affected person 

 
 
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Number  Name 
Position 
48 
Qodirov Habibullo 
Affected person 
49 
 Vahobov Abdullo 
Affected person 
50 
Kholiqov Hamza 
Affected person 
51 
Shukurova Sarvar 
Affected person 
52 
 Boboev Murodali 
Affected person 
53 
Boboev Nurmahmad 
Affected person 
54 
Mavlonov Doniyor 
Affected person 
55 
Mirzoev Rustam 
Affected person 
 
Community consultation meetings matrix 
Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
Date: January 24, 
2011 
Location: Jamoat 
Karatog – 
TURSUNZADE 
Foreign Resettlement 
specialist 
Local Resettlement 
specialist 
PIU Engineer 
Representative of the 
State committee on 
Investment and State 
Property Management 
of the Republic of 
Tajikistan 
Deputy Chairman of 
Tursunzoda district 
Land committee of 
Karatogh jamoat 
Jamoat Administration 
42 Affected People 
The following information was given to the affected 
persons: 
 
short information about the Project 
LARP phases 
affected persons’ rights to compensation 
grievance redress mechanism 
bases and process for determination of prices for 
buildings, fruit trees, agricultural, residential and 
commercial land   
 
The majority of questions were related to prices of 
building material and basis for valuation of buildings and 
outbuildings. Affected persons were checking if prices of 
building material were the market prices. There were no 
questions on residential and commercial land 
compensation rate. Also, compensation for agricultural 
land was acceptable for affected persons as the price for 
agricultural products was based on the current market 
prices.  A great majority of affected persons sell their 

 
 
 
Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
products at farm-gate prices, which are much lower than 
the market prices. Consequently, people will receive 
more money in compensation than they would receive if 
they sell the crops from the affected part of their land.  
 
Those who were satisfied with their compensation signed 
the form. Two persons did not sign the form due to the 
following reason: 
 
The first case was related to differences between assets 
registered during the measurement and the assets 
registered for compensation. The mistake was corrected. 
The second case was related to the mill and oil making 
rooms. The owner claimed that he forgot to show the 
related part of the building which has access through 
some holes in the wall. In addition, one small wall 
between husbandries buildings was not registered. The 
team re-visited the household, measured the affected 
assets and gave the details to the State committee for 
Investment for valuation. 
Date: January 26, 
2011 
 
Location: Hukumat 
RUDAKI 
 
Foreign Resettlement 
specialist 
Local Resettlement 
specialist 
PIU Engineer 
Representative of the 
State committee on 
Investment and State 
Property Management 
of the Republic of 
Tajikistan 
Deputy Chairman of 
Rudaki district 
Land committee of 
The following Information was given to the affected 
persons: 
short information about the Project 
affected persons’ rights for compensation 
grievance redress mechanisms  
bases and process for determination of prices for 
buildings, fruit trees, agricultural, residential and 
commercial land   
Affected people were interested mostly in prices for 
affected buildings. The representatives of the State 
Committee for Investment explained the basis for 
buildings valuation. They explained the market prices of 
various building materials and the method for calculating 
a price of 1 square and 1 cubic meter of walls including 

 
 
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Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
Choryakkoron jamoat 
Chairman of jamoat 
30 Affected People 
the labour. After discussion, it was concluded that prices 
given are real and in some cases, a few somoni higher 
than prices people stated. However, one of the affected 
persons was not satisfied with the evaluation of his clay-
made home and the plot of land he currently posses. The 
team will re-visit his home and correct the amount for 
compensation if it was a mistake. The Hukumat Rais 
promised to give him more land and explained the 
necessary procedure.   
 
A few affected persons were concerned for their non-
affected assets which may collapse during the 
construction period. The procedure for claims during the 
construction period was explained. There was a 
complaint that the road will come too close to the house 
and the owner does not like to live that close to the road. 
The local Hukumat representatives explained the 
procedure for claiming a new plot of land.  
 
Couple of persons whose assets will not be affected, 
asked why their assets were not taken as they have old 
walls and old houses and they wish to build new 
structures. A lengthy explanation was given about the 
exact measurements and the Client’s intention to 
minimize resettlement and to acquire land only where 
necessary.   
Affected persons were satisfied with compensation for 
agricultural land and fruit trees. They asked if after 
received compensation they could take their trees for 
wood. People were satisfied that they can keep the trees 
for wood. There were no questions about commercial and 
residential land prices. All affected persons signed the 
form with compensation amount for buildings and 
structures.  
 
Date: January 27, 
2011 
Foreign Resettlement 
specialist 
Affected people were interested in prices for affected 
buildings. Gisor is known by construction material 

 
 
 
Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
Location: 
Hukumat- GISOR 
 
PIU Engineer 
Representative of the 
State committee on 
Investment and State 
Property Management 
of the Republic of 
Tajikistan 
Chairman of Hisor 
district 
Land committee of 
Hisor district 
Administration of 
jamoat 
37 Affected People 
businesses and present people were well informed about 
the construction material market prices. After explanation 
of the methodology for valuation of buildings and other 
structures, participants did not have any objections. 
Three of the affected persons had objections on the 
valuation of their assets as some basements parts and 
separation wall between rooms have not been included.  
The team re-visited each of the affected persons, 
measured the assets and gave information to the valuer 
to correct the amount for compensation.  
 
Affected persons were satisfied with compensation for 
agricultural land and fruit trees. There were no questions 
about commercial and residential land prices. All affected 
persons signed the form with compensation amount for 
buildings and structures.  
 
People who live with married children demanded land 
plots for them.  
 
Date: January 29, 
2011 
Location: 
Hukumat- 
SHAHRINAV 
 
Foreign Resettlement 
specialist 
PIU Engineer 
Representative of the 
State committee on 
Investment and State 
Property Management 
of the Republic of 
Tajikistan 
Chairman of Shahrinaw 
district 
Land committee of 
Shahrinaw district 
Administration of 
Affected people were interested in allowances such as 
allowance for vulnerable households, compensation for 
business and the time-frame for resettlement. In addition, 
there was a question about affected cemetery wall and 
compensation for that structure. People asked if they can 
start now with clearing of the affected land and if they will 
be paid if they clear the land now.  
 
After explanation of the methodology for valuation of 
buildings and other structures, participants did not have 
any objections. Four of the affected persons had 
objections on the valuation of their assets. The team re-
visited each of the affected persons, did additional 
measurements and gave information to the valuer to 
correct the amount for compensation.  

 
 
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Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
jamoats 
55 Affected People 
 
There were no questions about commercial and 
residential land prices. All affected persons signed the 
form with compensation amount for buildings and 
structures. 
 

 
 
 
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