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participants
Matters discussed , questions and 
answers 
05.03.2009 
Shakhrinav village, 
Shakhrinav 
27
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, land price. 
05.03.2009 Choryakkoron 
village 
33
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, land price. 
05.03.2009 Kommuna 
village 
14
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, land price. 
28.03.2009  Mortepa village, Gissar
27
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, land price. 
07.10.2009 
Resettlement working 
group, Dushanbe 
14
Impact of resettlement, procedure, 
community involvement in 
compensation price for land 
14.03.2010 Rayon 
Shakhrinav 
30
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements,  land price. 
15.03.2010 Rayon 
Gissar 
30
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements,  land price. 
17.03.2010 Rayon 
Rudaki 
38
Project information, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements,  land price. 
27.10.2010 
Resettlement working 
group, Dushanbe 
23
ABD Safeguard, compensation, land 
evaluation methodology, resettlement 
04.01.2011 
Hukumat Gissar, Land 
Committee 
8
Assessment of structures, Civil code 
point 265, price list manual 
05.01.2011 Land 
committee 
10
Land price, compensation for land
records keeping 

 
 
 
Date 
Location/type of the 
meeting  
Number of 
participants
Matters discussed , questions and 
answers 
06.01.2011 
Tursunzade,Land 
committee 
5
Procedure of measurement and 
recording the data, progress related to 
measurement of agriculture land  
12.01.2011 
Land committee, 
Gissar 
7
Property evaluation, resettlement 
procedure 
15.01.2011  MBTI, Dushanbe  
6
Procedure of measurement and 
recording the data on buildings and 
structure, field work with the team 
20.01.2011  MBTI, Dushanbe  
8
Building evaluation procedure, record 
keeping, market prices for construction 
material 
24.01.2011 
Jamoat Karatog, 
Tursunzade 
42
Project outline, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, grievances, land and 
structure assessment procedure, land 
price. 
26.01.2011 Hukumat 
Rudaki 
40
Project outline, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, grievances, land and 
structure assessment procedure, land 
price. 
27.01.2011 Hukumat 
Gissar 
37
Project outline, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, grievances, land and 
structure assessment procedure, land 
price. 
29.01.2011 Hukumat 
Shahrinav 
55
Project outline, resettlement 
procedure, compensation 
entitlements, grievances, land and 
structure assessment procedure, land 
price. 
 
8.2     Consultation Objective 
 
147.  The aim of the consultations was to explore measures necessary to safeguard the 
concerns of affected people and the people in the Project area. The main objectives of 
consultations were to  
 
•  disseminate information to the people about the Project in terms of its activities and the 
scope of the works 
•  understand the views and perceptions of the people affected and local communities with 
reference to acquisition of land or loss of property and its due compensation 
•  evaluate the road alignment 
•  understand views of Affected people on LAR options and to understand their 
expectations  
•  identify and assess major economic and social information and characteristics of the 
Project area to enable effective social and resettlement planning and its implementation 
•  resolve issues related to impacts on community property and their relocation 

 
 
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•  examine APs’ opinions on health safety issues during the construction period and on 
potential areas of concern such as the handling of construction waste and other pollution 
issues. 
•  identify levels and extent of community participation in Project implementation and 
monitoring 
•  establish an understanding for identification of overall developmental goals and benefits 
of the Project  
•  disseminate information to government, non-government and public private sector 
stakeholders and develop an approach for co-ordination, to ensure their participation and 
mobilization of support in the process for the successful planning and implementation of 
the Project  
•  assess the local people's willingness to get involved with the Project and enumerate the 
measures to be taken during the implementation of the Project. 
•  discuss entitlements and procedure for compensation 
•  discuss grievance mechanisms available to the affected people during the resettlement 
and during the Project implementation phase 
•  discuss the method for establishing the loss of land use price and get affected persons’ 
opinions 
•  discuss evaluation of acquired land and assets and get affected people’s opinions and 
preferences 
•  discuss evaluation of buildings and outbuildings, procedure for price formation and final 
evaluation of acquired assets 
•  correct mistakes and errors occurred during the measurement of assets and evaluation 
•  get people’s support and agreement on the resettlement procedure and final evaluation 
of the compensation sum for each affected person. 
 
8.3      Individual Consultations 
 
148.  During the preparation of Draft LARP, individual consultations were conducted with all 
affected household representatives (436). A door-to-door 100% Census was conducted by 
administering a scientific questionnaire in order to know the LAR impact and condition of the 
APs. Additionally, socio-economic baseline survey was carried out in the Project affected area 
comprising 430 households. 
 
149.  During the finalization of LARP I, individual consultations with each of the affected head 
of household were conducted during the detailed survey and measurements on site. In 
particular, information on entitlements and grievance redress procedure were given to each 
affected household.  
 
8.4   Community Consultation 
 
150.  Community consultations during the preparations of the Draft LARP were held at various 
locations, especially at 4 locations through focused group discussion which involved both men 
and women participants. The details of the locations recorded are at: (i) Choryakkoron (Women: 
8 and Men: 25), (ii) Morteppa (Women: 6 and Men: 17), (iii) Shakhrinav (Women: 10 and Men: 
17), (iv) Kommuna (Women: 5 and Men: 9). Community level discussions were held in different 
areas. 
 
151.  The benefits of the Project were explained in details. During the public consultation and 
meetings with a number of potentially affected people, it is observed that most of the people 
expressed their concerns about their livelihood issues. The majority fear the loss of the 

 
 
 
commercial activities that will have a direct impact on their livelihood. However, it is noted that 
the loss of livelihood will be minimal and can be appropriately compensated. Almost all of the 
people welcomed the Project expressing their views that this is a Project of national importance. 
A summary of consultations covering the methodology, dates and participants is provided in 
Appendix 5. The major findings of the consultations held at various locations are summarized 
as follows.  
 
• 
People are aware of the Project and are willing to render support; 
• 
APs losing property expect a proper compensation package;  
• 
The owners of affected structures stated that they should receive compensation 
adequate to build the similar type of structure elsewhere. They stressed that they should 
get advance notice for shifting and building new structures at new locations prior to the 
commencement of the Project construction works; 
• 
Proper measures need to be taken to restore loss of livelihood by displacement; 
• 
Proper safety measures need to be incorporated in the design of road improvements. 
Measures should focus on installing speed limits, warnings to traffic as providing 
adequate footpaths; 
• 
People advised that there are archaeological sites or protected place in the area but they 
are distant from the Project road; 
• 
Compensation should be based on a fair assessment; 
• 
APs requested to be further consulted on Project activities; 
• 
Contractors should be advised by the Project authority to employ local people.  
 
152. 
The consultations confirmed that affected persons are well informed about the Project, 
resettlement strategy, compensation entitlements, grievance mechanisms, process of valuation 
of affected buildings and structures and the base for the land price determination. The summary 
of the consultations with affected persons conducted during the finalization of LARP I is 
presented in the following table. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Table 8.2 
LARP I Community Consultations Summary 
 
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 
Tursunzade 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   
 
Most questions were related to prices of building material 
and the basis for valuation of buildings and outbuildings. 
Affected persons asked whether prices of building 
material were the market prices. The government 
representatives and the APs confirmed in the discussion 
that it was the case. 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, it was explained that the APs 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 forms. Two persons did not sign the form due to the 
following reasons: 
 
The first case was related to differences between assets 
registered during the measurement and the assets 
registered for compensation. The mistake was corrected 
after the meeting. 
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 and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
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 
Choryakkoron jamoat 
Chairman of jamoat 
40 Affected People
 
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   
 
The APs were interested mostly in compensation rates 
for the 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 
labour. After discussion, it was concluded that prices 
given are real and in some cases, a few somoni higher 
than the prices the people stated. However, one of the 
affected persons was not satisfied with the evaluation of 
his clay-made home and his plot of the land. The team re-
visited his home and corrected the amount for 
compensation.  
 
Some of the 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.  
 
A 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.   
 
The affected persons were satisfied with compensation 
for agricultural land and fruit trees. They asked if after 
receiving the compensation they can take their trees for 
wood. APs were satisfied with the answer that they can 
keep the trees for wood. There were no questions about 
commercial and residential land prices. All affected 
persons acknowledged their satisfaction with the 
assessed compensation by signing the form with the 
compensation amount for buildings and structures.  

 
 
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Date and Place 
Participants 
Issues discussed and question and answers 
Date: January 27, 
2011 
Location: 
Hukumat- GISOR 
 
Foreign Resettlement 
specialist 
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 
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 the 
explanation of the methodology for the valuation of 
buildings and other structures, the participants did not 
have any objections. Three of the affected persons 
objected 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.  
 
The APs were satisfied with the 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. They were responded that there is no such 
compensation entitlement under the Project. 
   
 
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 
jamoats 
55 Affected People 
The present APs enquired about allowances for 
vulnerable households, compensation for business losses 
and the time-frame for resettlement. They were explained 
all principles governing the determination of entitlements 
for the allowances. 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. They were answered that they are not 
required to remove anything until they receive the full 
compensation.  
 
After explanation of the methodology for valuation of 
buildings and other structures, participants did not have 
any objections. Four of the affected persons objected 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.  
 
There were no questions about commercial and 
residential land prices. All affected persons signed the 
form with compensation amount for buildings and 
structures. 
 
 

 
 
 
8.5     Wide Consultation with Affected People 
 
153.  Wide consultations with affected people were organized in each Rayon in January 2011. 
Besides the affected people, representatives of local hukumats, Land Committees, State 
Committee on Investment and State Property Management of the Republic of Tajikistan and 
CRP were present at each consultation.    In total, 180 affected persons participated in the 
consultations: in Tursunzade-42 persons, in Rudaki-40, in Gisor-37 and in Shahrinav 55 
persons.  In addition, a number of people whose assets were not affected participated at 
consultations.  
 
154.  At each consultation, the phases of the Project and the LARP, compensations 
entitlements, assets and land use right price formation and grievance mechanisms were 
explained and discussed. Most of the questions concerned the prices of buildings and building 
material, and basis for valuation of buildings and outbuildings. The affected persons scrutinized 
the prices of building material, verifying whether the compensation prices correspond to the 
prevailing market prices. As the Gisor Rayon is well known for a substantial number of 
businesses dealing with the construction material, the comments from this segment of the 
affected population served as a barometer for a realistic market evaluation of prices of 
construction materials and the affected buildings.  
155.  After a collective scrutiny of prices of various building components, the affected people 
examined the allocated compensation for their assets. In all Rayons, there were a few cases 
where people pointed out at certain errors in assets measurements or calculations of 
compensation rates for buildings, and minor discrepancies between the affected and recorded 
number of fruit trees. Each case was recorded, and the representatives of MOT and hukumats, 
together with the consultants and the owners visited the affected properties immediately after 
the consultations and corrected the errors.   
156.  There were no questions on residential and commercial land compensation rate. 
Further, the affected persons accepted allocated compensation for agricultural land. The reason 
is that the compensation was based on the current market prices for agricultural products, while 
most of the affected persons sell their products at farm-gate prices, which are much lower than 
the market prices. Consequently, the compensation is much higher than the affected persons 
would normally receive from selling the crops from the affected part of their land at farm-gate 
prices.  
157.  A few persons whose assets will not be affected by LAR, 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.   
158.  Generally, people gave their support to the Project and were grateful to the ADB for 
making the LAR process transparent, fair and democratic. They also suggested that rubbish 
collection points should be designated, so that the new road and the surrounding area stay 
clean. Others wished for a six -lane road, while people with extended families requested local 
hukumats to allocate new home plots for their married children.  
 
8.6     Consultation with Government Officials  
159.  The concerned government offices were involved in the preparation of Draft LARP and 
LARP I. They include District Land Committees, Construction and Architecture Departments of 
the Hukumats, the MBTI (interdepartmental technical inventory bureau/pricing agency) and the 
State Committee on Investment and State Property Management of the Republic of Tajikistan. 
Other offices consulted include the ALMG, District Chairmen and the First Deputy Chairmen, 
District Agriculture  
 

 
 
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160.  Departments, Committees on Women and Family Affairs, Jamoats and village councils 
officials represent local, district, and national level government organizations. Additionally, 
consultations were held with the Working Group Committee. During the preparation of the Draft 
LARP, an in-house orientation training was provided to the working group committee about the 
ADB safeguards on Involuntary Resettlement. Issues related to cash compensation for land loss 
along with a mechanism for developing a methodology to calculate the replacement cost of land 
based on the market rate were discussed. 
 

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