Republic of tajkistan


    Continuation of Public Consultations


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8.7     Continuation of Public Consultations 
 
161.   Consultations with the affected households will be continued throughout the Project 
implementation period as effectiveness of the resettlement implementation process depends on 
a continuing involvement of those affected by the Project. Several additional rounds of 
consultations with APs will be required during the implementation of LARP I and LARP II. The 
consultations will involve the procedure for receiving the compensation, assistance options, 
entitlement packages and income restoration. The next round of consultations will be organized 
when compensation and assistance are provided and the actual resettlement begins.  
 
162. Information disclosure is pursued for effective implementation and timely execution of the 
LARP I. For the benefit of the community in general, and APs in particular, the LARP I will be 
made available at related offices of Hukumats, Jamoats for Mahalla leaders and NGOs (if other 
potential ones are found). For continued consultations, the following steps are envisaged by the 
Project: 
 
• 
MOT and the consultants will organize public meetings to apprise the communities about 
the progress in the implementation of resettlement, and social activities. 
• 
MOT will organize public meetings to inform the community about compensation 
arrangements and amounts to be paid. A regular updates of the progress of the 
resettlement component of the Project will be placed for public display at the office of the 
Project Director MOT, and at local hukumat offices. 
• 
All monitoring and evaluation reports of the LARP I components of the Project will be 
disclosed in the same manner. 
• 
Key features of the entitlements will be disclosed along the Project corridor. 
• 
MOT, through the office of the Project Director will conduct information dissemination 
sessions at major intersections and solicit assistance of the local community leaders to 
encourage the participation of the APs in RP implementation. 
• 
Attempts will be made to ensure that vulnerable groups understand the process and to 
consider their specific needs. 
 
8.8     Disclosure 
 
163. To maintain transparency in planning and for further active involvement of all 
stakeholders and the general community in the implementation of LARP I, the Project 
information was disseminated through disclosure of the resettlement planning documents. Each 
AP was given a pamphlet with information regarding the specific entitlements. The pamphlet 
specifically covers a brief Project description, compensation eligibility and entitlement including 
the entitlement matrix, schedule of LARP implementation and the compensation rates 
(Appendix 3).  The final LARP I, in both English and Russian languages, will be available in the 
office of the Project Director. The same information will be made available to APs upon request. 
A copy of the final LARP I will be disclosed in ADB’s website and the same will be disclosed in 
the web site of MOT both in English and in Russian.  
 

 
 
 
 
9.   LARP PREPARATION, IMPLEMENTATION AND CAPACITY 
BUILDING 
 
9.1    General 
 
164.  The implementation of both phases of the LARP is scheduled to fit the overall Project 
implementation plan. All activities related to land acquisition and resettlement will be planned to 
ensure that compensation is paid at least 1 month prior to displacement and commencement of 
civil works. In cases where physical relocation is necessary, a sufficient time to build a new 
home or business will be given. Public consultations, internal monitoring and grievance redress 
will be undertaken intermittently throughout the Project implementation period. However, the 
schedule is subject to modifications, depending on the actual progress of the Project activities. 
The Project LAR activities are divided into six broad categories, based on the stages of work 
and the process of implementation. These phases are the following:  
 
(1) LARP I preparation;  
(2) LARP I implementation;  
(3) LARP I Monitoring and Evaluation;  
(4) LARP II preparation;  
(5) LARP II implementation, and   
(6) LARP II Monitoring & Evaluation phase. 
 
165.  To allow for effective execution of all LAR related tasks, the services of international and 
national Social/Resettlement Specialists are included in the Terms of Reference of the PMC 
Contract in the Project Administration Manual. These specialists are responsible for the 
provision of on-the-job training and guidance to officials. The Working Group for the LAR 
activities has been consulted and initial training was imparted during the preparation of the Draft 
LARP. In addition, information and guidance were re-enforced during the finalization of the 
LARP I. The specialists provided guidance to MOT and other agencies responsible for the 
preparation and implementation of both phases of LARP on the following subjects: 
 
•  Principles and procedures of land acquisition as per Tajikistan Laws and ADB’s 
safeguards  on Involuntary Resettlement; 
•  Public consultation and participation; 
•  Entitlements and compensation & assistance disbursement mechanisms; 
•  Grievance redress; and  
•  Monitoring of resettlement operations. 
 
 
 
9.2      LARP I Implementation Phase 
 
166.  As discussed in the introductory sections of this document, due to the practical 
requirements of the design-build method adopted for the procurement of civil works for the 
Project, the LARP will be prepared in two phases. For this reason, the information in this section 
will be limited to the completed activities common to both phases of the LARP and those 
concerning the implementation of LARP I. Implementation arrangements pertaining to LARP II 
will be prepared by the PMC Consultant. 
 

 
 
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167.  A full implementation of the final LARP I will be confirmed by a compliance report of the 
Independent Monitor (External Monitoring Consultant, or EMC). The implementation phase 
follows various steps in a sequence that includes both the preparation and implementation. The 
detailed steps concerning the preparation and implementation of LARP I are described in the 
following table. 
 
Table 9.1 
Steps for LAR Activities 
 
Step 
Action 
Responsibility 
A) 
LARP I PREPARATION  
  

Identification of Project and finalization of road 
alignment and offsets 
PPTA consultant/MOT 

 
Identification  and Setting up of various institutions 
such as Land Commission, Working Group , MBTI etc 
concerned for the LAR planning and implementation 
including deputation of designated officials in the 
office of the Project Director MOT 
 
PPTA consultant/MOT 

Imparting initial level of training on LAR issues 
especially ADB’s policy requirement on Involuntary 
Resettlement and applicable laws of Tajikistan 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant/ PIU 

Preparation of  the first draft compensation policy 
including its provisions for compensation and assistance 
in the Project , especially eligibility and various 
entitlements and  discussions with MOT 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant  

Initiation of first hand discussion on provision for cash 
compensation for land loss with PIU and Working Group 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant 

Formation of survey team and imparting training to the 
survey team on LAR activities especially on data 
collection through census and socio-economic survey 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant 

Carry out Census and Socio-Economic Survey ( Base 
Line Information) of affected people based on the 
preliminary design available as part of the feasibility 
stage 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant/ designated PIU staff/Local 
level land commission staff/ hukumats  

Carry out public consultation  
 
LAR Team under the PPTA 
consultants 
 

 
 
Collection of unit rates from buildings and structures 
from the local MBTI officials and the State Committee 
on Investment and State Property Management of the 
Republic of Tajikistan 
 
LAR Team under the PPTA 
consultants, LAR Team under the 
Contract for Preparatory Procurement 
and Safeguard Services 

 
 
 
Step  Action 
Responsibility 
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Integrate data from Census and socio-economic data 
into the LARP. 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant 
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Preparation and submission of  Draft LARP to ADB and 
MOT for comments and approval 
Resettlement Specialists under PPTA 
consultant 
B) 
FINALIZATION OF LARP I 
  

Finalization of alignments and offsets on selected phase 
1 road segments with the approval from MOT. Final 
measurements of affected assets.   
MOT/ LAR Team under the Contract 
for Preparatory Procurement and 
Safeguard Services 

Finalization of the compensation policy with due 
approval from ADB and MOT on the eligibility and 
entitlement  
PIU/MOT/Working Group/ADB 

Updating of impacts  
LAR Team under the Contract for 
Preparatory Procurement and 
Safeguard Services /Project 
Management and Supervision 
Consultants/  MOT/Working Group  

Preparation of micro plan for each affected asset 
LAR Team under the Contract for 
Preparatory Procurement and 
Safeguard Services/ MOT/Working 
Group/ Land Commission 

Identification of alternate land parcels and Preparation 
of land micro land plan for each affected land in case of 
land for land compensation   
MOT /Working Group/Land 
Commission 

Valuation of land in case cash for land loss 
LAR Team/Project Management and 
Supervision Consultants/PIU/Working 
Group/Land Commission/ Independent 
Valuer if available and authorized by 
the government 

Public consultation and information sharing on LAR 
activities  
LAR Team under the Contract for 
Preparatory Procurement and 
Safeguard Services/MOT/Working 
Group 

Collection of updated unit cost for the lost assets 
MOT/ MBTI/ Working Group 
C) 
LARP I IMPLEMENTATION 
  

Issuance of Identity Cards to APs based on the micro 
plan 
MOT/Working Group through the help 
of Hukumats 

Detailed Schedule for compensation action plan  
MOT/ Hukumats 

Distribution of Relocation Notices to APs  
MOT/Working Group with the 
assistance of hukumats 

Disbursement of compensation amount for Land 
Compensation 
MOT/Working Group with the 
assistance of hukumats 

Disbursement of cheques for other Compensation & 
Assistance/ Rehabilitation 
MOT/Working Group with the 
assistance of hukumats 

 
 
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Step  Action 
Responsibility 

Demolishing/ Relocation of Affected Structures/Assets  
MOT/Working Group with the 
assistance of hukumats 

External Review of LARP Implementation through 
submission of  a compliance report 
MOT/ with the assistance of 
Independent Monitor 

Availing no objection from ADB if RP Implementation 
found satisfactory  
ADB 

Notice to proceed for civil works is issued 
ADB/MOT 
D) POST-IMPLEMENTATION 
TASKS 
  

Independent evaluation of LARP I 
Independent Monitor (EMC) and 
Project Management Consultant 
(PMC) 
E) CYCLICAL/CONTINUOUS 
TASKS 
 
 
1 Internal 
monitoring. 
Quarterly reporting to ADB 
MOT 

External Monitoring. Semi-annual reporting to ADB 
EMC, PMC 
3 Grievances 
Redress/Law 
Suites 
MOT/Working 
Group/Court 

Inter-agency coordination and Communication with AP 
MOT/Working Group 
 
 
 
9.3     Monitoring and Evaluation Period 
 
168.  Internal monitoring will be the responsibility of MOT, through the office of the Project 
Director. It will commence when the implementation of LARP I starts and it will continue until the 
completion of the Project. Independent monitoring and evaluation will start immediately after the 
commencement of land acquisition. The PMC will prepare half-yearly reports until the 
completion of both phases of the LARP. 
 
 
 
9.4     LARP Implementation Schedule 
 
169.  The implementation schedule covering both phases of LARP has been prepared on the 
basis of the tentative schedule for the procurement of the civil works package. The schedule 
displayed in the following table provides for the progression of the LARP actions in a logical and 
coordinated manner linked to the Project specific dates. The schedule can be adjusted 
depending on the actual progress of the contractor’s detailed design of the final alignment for 
the road segments not finalized by during the Contract for Preparatory Procurement and 
Safeguard Services. 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
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9.5      Key Actions 
 
170.  In order to finalize the compensation arrangements for affected persons in conformity 
with ADB resettlement safeguards and the Tajikistan law, it was necessary to develop an 
inclusive compensation method that will allow affected people to attain the same, or a higher 
level of well-being than they had without the Project. The MOT Working Group was established 
with the objective to determine the appropriate valuation method based on ADB resettlement 
policy and the Tajikistan law. To further the discussions of the Working Group, and to meet the 
needs of the Project, it was necessary to conclude the compensation methodology. The basis of 
the adopted methodology is explained in section 4.7 of the LARP I. The necessary tasks and 
the outcomes are described in the following table. 
 
 
Table 9.2 
Key tasks for LARP I implementation 
 
 
Task 
 
Actions 
Outcomes  needed 
Examine the feasibility 
of compensation of 
affected land with 
alternative land  
Identify, with district administrations, extent and 
location of land that can be prepared for 
production and then allocated to affected 
persons.  
 
Determine the improvements necessary to land 
to bring it into production.    
 
In respect of land that may be available for re-
allocation, determine potential affected 
households to whom the land can be allocated. 
           
Where recipients of re-allocated land will incur 
higher costs in operating the new land, such as 
increased travel costs to the land and the local 
markets, determine appropriate allowances to 
compensate for the increased cost.  
20 plots (by the Presidential 
decree) have been allocated to 
the Hukumats for relocation 
requirements.  
 
Households and business 
which will be relocated are 
identified. Ensure that 
allocated plots are developed 
and utility connections 
available. 
 
Relocation allowances are 
included in the budget. Ensure 
that eligible affected persons 
receive the allowance.  
 
Finalize a proposed 
methodology for the 
valuation of land use 
rights to enable 
compensation in 
monetary terms 
Engage an independent valuer to assess the 
monetary value of use rights to agricultural, 
residential and commercial land. 
 
For agricultural land, determine a basis of 
valuation, based on the level of compensation 
required to re-establish livelihood. 
A methodology for valuation, 
agreed by the Working Group 
and affected people.  
 
Basis for valuation of 
agricultural land were 
determined, discussed and 
agreed with major 
stakeholders including affected 
persons.  
 
 
9.6      Capacity Building 
 
171.  This is the first large scale LARP to be implemented in Tajikistan and the EA and the 
local institutions responsible for land acquisition and resettlement have little experience with the 

 
 
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ADB resettlement safeguards. Therefore, a robust capacity building should be provided during 
the implementation of the LARP I. This should be done as on the job-assistance by a 
resettlement officer located at the ADB resident Mission and through the implementation of a 
countrywide capacity-building program including (i) the provision of training; (ii) improvement of 
governance mechanisms and administration for resettlement, (iii) policy alignment, (iv) the 
enhanced LAR procedures, and (v) improvements of technical instruments for LAR.
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 ADB. RETA 7433-REG – Mainstreaming Land Acquisition and Resettlement Safeguards in the Central 
and West Asia Region, 2009 

 
 
 
10.   RESETTLEMENT BUDGET AND FINANCING 
 
10.1    Sources of Financing 
 
172. The resettlement budget for LARP I is based on the stakeholders’ approved 
compensation rate for loss of land right use, independent evaluation of the replacements costs 
for buildings and structures, associated costs for livelihood restoration and other specific 
provisions such as allowances for vulnerable persons, cost of services of a registered land 
valuators and 5% contingency.  
 
173.  The Government of Tajikistan will provide compensation for lost assets and income 
rehabilitation. The Government will also provide funds for allowances specifically required by ADB 
such as severe impacts, provision for vulnerable affected households and relocation allowances. 
The details of the compensation cost for each category of impact are provided in the following 
sections. 
 
10.2    Land Compensation Cost  
 
10.2.1  Agricultural land compensation costs 
 
174.  The compensation for the loss of land use rights over the affected agricultural land is 
based on the productivity of land based on the type of crop cultivated and on the average gross 
market value (inclusive of inputs and labor) of the crop over the year of impact. The replacement 
cost of the land is determined by the following formula: 
Compensation Amount = Yield per m
2
 x Area affected x Gross market value of the 
crop x 5 years (in case of  annual crops or wines) or x 1 year in case of perennial crops. 
175.  Affected areas, yields and crop values have been determined and verified by the relevant 
district administrations. The compensation costs for agricultural land is determined in the 
following tables, based on the productivity of different crops. 
 
Table 10.1 
Compensation for the loss of use-rights on agricultural land cultivated by orchards 
 
Tree 
Type 
Cultivated 
area (m2) 
No of  
trees 
Average 
production 
kg x tree  
Total   
production 
(kg) 
Average market 
value ( TJS x kg) 
Totalcompens
ation (TJS) 
Peach 300 
22  25
550
5  2,475
Grapes 1,400 
35 
25
875

4,375
Cherry 4,000 
62 
25
1,550

7,750
Apple 9,900 
112  40
4,480
3  13,440
  
 
Total 
28,040
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Table 10.2 
Compensation for loss of use-rights on agricultural land planted with annual crops 
 
Crop Type  
Aea 
cultivated 
(m²) 
Average 
productivity 
(kg/ha) 
Value of 
products
(TJS x kg) 
Annual 
crop value 
(TJS) 
Total compensation 
allowance ( 5 yrs. annual 
crop value) 
(TJS) 
Wheat 53,630 
3,500
1
18770.5
93,852.5
Lucerne 33,475 
10,000
0.3
10042.5
50,212.5
Onion  
6,015 
20,000
1
12,030
60,150
Vegetables 3,225 16,000
0.7
3,612
18,060
Tomatoes 200 
16,000
1
320
1,600
Potatoes 50 
20,000
2
200
1,000
Paddy 7,244 
5,000
2.2
7,968.4
39,842
Cotton 30,605 
2,500
2.2
16,832.75
84,163.75
  
Total 
348,880.75
 
 
10.2.2  Residential/commercial land compensation costs 
176.  The APs who will lose land use rights for residential/commercial land will be 
compensated either through the allocation of replacement land, or by provision of cash 
allowance. Under LARP I, two households and one small shop that will be left without the land 
sufficient to re-establish their houses/shop will be given replacement plots, while the remaining 
households/shops will receive cash allowance for the loss of land use rights.    
 
a.     Replacement plots preparation costs  
 
177.  The two households that will lose residential land will each receive 600 - 800 m

of land. 
The shop owner who will lose his business plot will be provided with a replacement plot 
appropriate to his  business requirements. (Appendix 7 shows the households that will be 
provided with replacement plots). The support for the preparation of each replacement plot will 
be provided to ensure that APs can rebuild their structures and re-establish their 
households/shop at new locations. The government will pay the costs of power supply 
connection, land filling and clearing and the provision of sanitation facilities. The estimated plot 
preparation costs are included it in the LAR budget (refer to Table 10.3).  
 
Table 10.3 
Plot preparation cost 
 
Service 
Cost/plot (TJS) 
Total for all 3 plots 
Electricity 900
2,700 
Water-pump 1,350
4,050 
Septic tank 
1,350
4,050 
Total                             
3,600
10,800 
 
 
 

 
 
 
b. 
Rehabilitation cash allowance for the loss of land use right 
 
178.  The households that will lose in total 6,216.30 m
2
 of residential/commercial land under 
LARP I will receive a cash allowance as rehabilitation assistance for their loss of land use rights. 
This compensation is calculated on the basis of the current land lease rate of $ 0.10 per m
2
 
multiplied by 25 years, which amounts to a unit rate of $2.5/m
2
  (TJS 11/ m
2
 at the exchange 
rate of 1 USD = 4.4026 Somoni, as of 21 January 2011, http://www.nbt.tj/ ). 
 
Table 10.4 
Cash Compensation for the loss of residential/commercial land use rights 
 
Category of AP 
No 
Affected 
area (m
2

Compensation 
 (11 TJS/sqm) 
Total TJS 
AP with marginal land loss and 
with sufficient land to rebuild 
78 
6,216.30 
TJS 11/ m
2
 68,379.30 
 
 
10.3  Structures and Improvements Compensation Costs 
 
179.  Compensation for the affected structures was determined by the State Committee on 
Investment and State Property Management of the Republic of Tajikistan. Affected quantities 
and compensation rates have been determined for each structure. The State Committee 
specialists visited each affected structure and re-checked measurements and construction 
material. Each given value is based on the current market prices inclusive of all components, 
transport and labour. 
  
180.  The State Committee on Investment and State Property Management of the Republic of 
Tajikistan determined the compensation for all affected structures. The volumes/quantities of 
losses and compensation rates have been determined for each structure. The State Committee 
specialists visited all affected structures and re-checked the measurements and the construction 
material. The valuation was based on the current market prices inclusive of all components, 
transport and labour.  
 
181.  Buildings and outbuildings are assessed in cubic meters. The local people believe that 
this unit measurement is more appropriate as the measurement in square meters does not 
reflect particular characteristics of each building; people argue that some buildings have wall 
heights of 2.30m, some 2.80m and some 3m. Also, the wall thickness is not standard and each 
building had to be assessed separately.   
 
182.  The walls construction costs were determined according to the construction standards of the 
Republic of Tajikistan (2007) based on the quarterly unit costs for the main construction resources for 
the 4
th
 quarter 2010 . The State Committee provided the following unit prices: 
 
 
 
 
 
Table 10.5 
Unit prices for construction material 

 
 
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Type 
Unit 
Thickness
Price inclusive of associated 
costs (TJS) 
Concrete wall  
1 m³
500mm
486.6 
Brick wall 
1 m²
380mm
151 
Brick wall 
1 m³
380mm
396 
Clay wall 
1 m²
400mm
42 
Clay wall 
1 m³
400mm
105 
Cement-block wall 
1 m²
400mm
98 
Cement-block wall 
1 m³
400mm
244.5 
 
183.  The unit prices determined by the State Committee were discussed and confirmed by the 
affected people during the community consultations conducted in each Rayon. The following 
tables summarize the total quantities and agreed compensation for the affected structures. The 
total compensation value for buildings is 855,842.4 TJS. The total compensation value for walls, 
fences and miscellaneous structures is TJS 293,221.60. Details on compensation unit rates for 
each structure are presented in Appendix 7
 
Table 10.6 
Houses, shops, sheds and outbuildings 
Type of building 
No. 
Volume m3 
Total compensation 
TJS 
Multi- storey buildings 

613.1
88,826
Single floor cement buildings 

679.3
183,256
Single floor burnt bricks buildings 

1,434.3
174,733
Single floor mud bricks buildings 

277.7
37,605
Single floor mud walls buildings 

720.6
108,316
Sheds 15 
359.0
38,221
Outbuildings (toilets, barns) 
41 
2,144.3
224,885
Total 80 
6,228
855,842.4
 
Table 10.7 
Walls and fences 
Type of Structure 
Number 
Volume m3 
Total compensation 
TJS 
Concrete wall 
30
185.3
118,186.6
Cement blocks wall 
20
231.9
97,744
Burnt bricks wall 
1
2.0
792
Mud bricks Wall 
10
67.5
19,349
Mud wall 
12
272.6
44,636
Wire netting fences m² 
3
90.4
723
Metal sheet fences m² 
4
148.8
3,024
Concrete surfaces 
2
15.6
7,584
Ovens 
2
15.3
1,183
Total 84
1,029.5
293,221.6

 
 
 
10.4  Crops Compensation Costs 
 
10.4.1  Compensation for annual crops 
 
184.  Compensation for losses of annual crops will be paid in cash at full market rate for 1 
year’s yield. The following table summarizes the total quantities and agreed compensation for 
the affected crops.  
 
Table 10.8 
Annual crop losses compensation costs 
 
Crops 
Cultivated 
area (m²) 
Average crop 
productivity  
kg/ha 
Value of 1 kg of 
products 
TJS 
Annual crop value 
compensated 
TJS 
Wheat 53,630  3,500
1
18,770.5
Lucerne 33,475  10,000
0.3
10,042.5
Onion  
6,015 
20,000
1
12,030
Vegetables 3,225 
16,000
0.7
3,612
Tomatoes 200  16,000
1
320
Potatoes 50 
20,000
2
200
Paddy 7,244 5,000
2.2
7,968.40
Cotton 30,605  2,500
2.2
16,832.75
Total 134,444 
 
 
69,776.15
 
 
10.4.2       Compensation for perennial crops 
 
185.  Compensation for fruit trees and vines losses were calculated as a product of the value of 
annual crop of the tree multiplied by the number of years necessary to re-grow the tree to the 
productive stage. Fruit trees on agricultural land are affected only at the road segment 3 (refer 
to Table 10.9). 
 
Table 10.9 
Compensation for fruit trees on agricultural land  
 
Type of 
trees 
No. of  
trees 
Product
ion 
(kg/tree) 
Total 
production
(kg) 
Market 
value  
(TJS/kg) 
Annual 
fruit 
value 
(TJS) 
Years for 
replaceme
nt of trees 
Total 
(TJS) 
Peach 22 25 
550
5
2,475

4,950
Grapes 35  25 
875
5
4,375

17,500
Cherry 62  25  1,550
5
7,750

15,500
Apple 112  40  4,480
3
13,440

40,320
Total 231 115  7,455
4
28,040

78,270
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
84 
Table 10.10 
Compensation for fruit trees grown on residential plots 
 
Affected 
fruit trees 
Total 
No. of 
trees 
Yearly 
yield (kg.) 
per tree 
Current market 
value of product  
(TJS/kg) 
No of years 
to re-grow a 
new tree 
Compensation 
rate 
(TJS) 
Apple 18 
40
4

8,640
Cherry 17 
25
5

4,250
Small cherry 
74 
20
4

11,840
Peach 2 
15
5

300
Apricot 16 
50
2

3,200
Pomegranate 39  25
6
2  11,700
Nut tree 
34 
50
6

40,800
Grapes 44 
25
6

26,400
Mulberry 13 
30
3
2 2,340
Khurmo 26 
50
1

3,900
Total 283 
33
4.2
2.6 
113,370
 
 
10.5  Compensation for Business Losses 
 
186.  Nine businesses will be affected during the LAR I activities, but only one needs to be 
relocated. For practical reasons and to provide their owners with effective rehabilitation for 
severe income losses all business are considered as permanently affected  even if the period of 
business stoppage will average 3-4 months.. The businesses  owners are entitled to cash 
compensation equal to 1 year of net income.. The objective of such a compensation 
arrangement was to help the affected businesses owners in minimazing their losses and restore 
their activities faster..  
 
187.  The assessment of compensation for those who have tax records, was based on the 
actual yearly income. Only one business owner does not have registration and his business is 
compensated according to the maximum non-taxable monthly income in Tajikistan (TJS 288). 
The compensation amounts for different types of businesses are given in the following table. 
The amounts combine compensation for the APs with and without the tax declaration. 
 
188.  Only one of the affected businesses is not registered with the district hukumats. The 
local authorities will assist the owner to obtain registration free of charge – if he wishes to do so. 
However, each affected business will be compensated regardless of their legal status.  
 
189.  The issue of affected unregistered businesses and businesses without tax records was 
discussed with the relevant district government authorities. The local authorities agreed that 
regardless of business type, size and legal status, each affected business will receive 
compensation. The district authorities confirmed this decision in the letters to the Ministry of 
Transport (Appendix 15). List of business owners provided in Appendix 8.  
 
 
 
 
Table 10.11 

 
 
 
Compensation for Business Losses and Stoppages 
 
 
No. 
 
KM. 
Business Affected 
Registration status 
Compensation 

58.15  Shop (Food/ manufactured goods)  
Yes 
2,000 

   Barber shop  
Yes 
1,500 

26.53  Shop (Food/ manufactured goods)  
Yes 
4,000 

   Snack food outlet 
Yes 
7,500 
5 19.15 Shop 
(Food/manufactured goods)  
Yes 
4,000 
6 14.12 Shop 
(Food/manufactured goods) 
Yes 
20,000 

   Café / Canteen  
Yes 
6,000 

19.15  Construction materials shop 
Yes 
7,000 

21.05  Car repair workshop  
No 
2,772 
Total  
54,772 
 
 
10.6       Allowances 
 
10.6.1     Severe impact allowances 
190.  According to the LARP compensation policy  the  severely impacted households are 
either those who will be relocated or those that will lose more than 10% of their income source. 
In case of business losses, the affected households will receiveunder this LARP  a full year’s 
income even though the period of business stoppage will be much shorter (about 3 months). It 
is therefore assumed that the severity of impact is addressed by that compensation. Severe 
impact allowances will be payable to the APs losing 10% or more of their agricultural land or 
resettled and will be provided in form of a rehabilitation allowance equal to six months’ minimum 
salary.The minimum salary is taken as the average monthly wage published by the Government 
of Tajikistan’s Statistical Agency for 2008, which is TJS 231 per month. (1,386 x 6 months) 
 
Table 10.12 
Severe Impact Allowances 
 
Rehabilitation allowance (TJS) 
Eligible  households  
Rate 
Total 
54
1,386
74,844 
 
 
10.6.2      Allowances for vulnerable APs 
 
191.  The compensation rate for vulnerable AP allowances is based on 2 months of the 
minimum salary, which amounts to TJS 462 per eligible household. In the first phase of the 
resettlement, there are 69 households identified as vulnerable. The total amount to be paid for 
the LARP I is TJS 31,878. 
 
 

 
 
86 
 
Table 10.13 
Allowances for vulnerable households 
 
Vulnerable AP Allowance (TJS) 
No of 
households  
Rate (TJS) 
Total 
69 462
31,878 
 
 
10.6.3     Resettlement allowances 
 
192.  The resettlement allowances will be paid to all households/businesses which will be 
relocated and those which business need to be repaired. Apart from two relocating households, 
there are no affected houses in need for reconstruction or repair.  
 
193.  Each relocated household/business will receive a resettlement allowance equivalent to 3 
months of a minimum salary (TJS 231/month).  In addition, they will receive 500 TJS for 
transport expenses. Each business in need for reconstruction/repair will receive a resettlement 
allowance of 3 months of a minimum salary (TJS 231/month). The total cost (See the following 
Table) of resettlement allowances is TJS 2,886. 
 
Table 10.14 
Resettlement Allowances costs 
 
Type of 
Resettlement 
No. of 
AHs 
 
Resettlement 
allowance 
 (No. of AHs x         
231 TJS x 3 months)  
Transportation 
allowance  
(500 TJS) 
Total 
allowance 
(TJS) 
House relocation 

1,386
1,000 
2,386
Shop/business 
relocation 
1 693
500 
1,193
Total 3 
2,079
1,500 
3,579
 
 
10.7   Support to LARP Implementation
 
 
194.  A provision of 150,000 TJS has been made to cover expenses related to LARP 
administration. 

 
 
 
11.      SUMMARY OF COSTS 
 
195.  The compensation and other related resettlement costs due to LARP I amount to TJS  
2,290,736.00.  This amount includes 5% contingency to cover the cost of complaints, if they 
arise. The summary of the budget for LARP I is provided in the following table. The total budget 
estimate, which includes both phases of LARP is provided in Appendix 10. That budget 
includes the final cost of LARP I and an estimate of the LARP II budget. The total budget is 
slightly higher than the budget estimated in the Draft LARP prepared during the Preliminary 
Design stage of the Project. 
 
 
Table 11.1 
LARP  Budget 
 
Item 
Total (TJS) 
1. Rehabilitation Assistance for Loss of Land Use Right 
  
   a.  Cash Allowance 
 
       - agricultural Land 
376,920.80
       - Residential / Commercial Land 
68,379.30
   b.  Preparation for allocated residential/commercial plot 
10,800.00
2. Compensation for Structure Losses 
  
   a. Buildings  
855,842.00
   b. Walls and Fences 
293,222.00
3. Compensation for Crop Losses 
 
a. annual crops  
69,776.15
b.  perennial crops/fruit trees 
78,270.00
c. fruit trees at households' plots 
113,370.00
4. Compensation for Businesses Losses 
54,772.00
5.Allowances 
   a.  Allowance for Severely Affected APs 
74,844.00
   b.  Allowance for Vulnerable APs 
31,878.00
   c.  Relocation allowance 
3,579.00
  
 
Total compensation Costs 
2,031,653.25
  
 
6. Support Costs 
150,000.00
Total 2,181,653.25
Contingency  5% 
109,082.66
Grand Total 
2,290,736.00
 
 
 

 
 
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12.       MONITORING AND EVALUATION 
 
12.1       Introduction 
 
196.  Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) are important activities necessary to ensure that LARP I is 
implemented properly, on schedule and within the budget. The purpose of M&E is to provide 
feedback to all stakeholders on the implementation progress and to identify problems as early 
as possible to facilitate effective adjustment of the implementation arrangements. Its main 
objectives are the following:  
 
•  to ensure that the standard of living of APs is restored or improved 
•  to ascertain whether the activities are progressing according to the schedule and that 
the planned milestones are achieved;  
•  to assess whether the compensation and rehabilitation measures are sufficient;  
•  to identify problems, or potential problems; and  
•  to identify methods of responding immediately to mitigate problems.  
 
197.  During the implementation of LARP I, all planned tasks will be subjected to both internal 
and external monitoring. On behalf of MOT, the Project Director and his staff, including one LAR 
Specialist, will conduct internal monitoring. External monitoring will be assigned to an External 
Monitoring Consultant (EMC) who will be engaged by MOT and approved by ADB. The EMC 
will be selected among NGOs, academic Institutions, or consulting firms.  
 
 
 
12.2       Internal Monitoring 
 
198.  Internal monitoring will be carried out routinely by PIU/MOT with the help of the 
resettlement specialists. The results will be communicated to ADB in quarterly Project 
implementation reports. The indicators for internal monitoring will be those related to processes 
and immediate outputs and results. This information will be collected directly from the offices of 
the Project Director MOT, and the hukumats. It will be used to assess the progress and results 
of LARP I implementation, and to adjust the work program, if necessary. The quarterly reports 
will be incorporated in the standard supervision reports to ADB. The specific monitoring 
benchmarks will be: 
 
•  Information campaign and consultation with APs; 
•  Status of land acquisition and payments on land compensation
•  Compensation for affected structures and other assets; 
•  Relocation of APs; 
•  Payments for loss of income; 
•  Selection and distribution of replacement land areas; and 
•  Income restoration activities 
 
199.  MOT will collect this information through the office of the Project Director, who is 
responsible for monitoring the day-to-day resettlement activities of the Project. The Project 
Director and his staff are responsible for carrying out the following tasks: 
 
•  Review of census information for all APs;  

 
 
 
•  Consultation and informal interviews with APs;  
•  In-depth case studies;  
•  Sample survey of APs;  
•  Key informant interviews; and 
•  Community public meetings.  
 
 
 
12.3       External Monitoring 
 
200.  External monitoring will continue beyond the implementation periods of both phases of 
LARP. External Monitoring Consultant will monitor the implementation of LARP I and prepare 
the first semi-annual report. The Project Management Consultant (PMC) will monitor the 
implementation of LARP II and prepare and the second and all subsequent semi-annual reports 
that will be communicated to MOT and ADB. The indicators for external monitoring tasks will 
include the following groups of activities: 
 
a. 
Verification and Monitoring Plan Preparation 
 
•  Review of the socio-economic baseline survey information of pre-Affected persons; 
•  Identification and selection of impact indicators; 
•  Consultation with APs, officials and community leaders as appropriate 
•  Preparation of a Monitoring Plan, detailing how compliance with the LARP will be 
objectively verified, taking into account any proposed phasing of the Project. 
 
 
b. Compliance 
Monitoring 
 
•  The EMC/PMC will, on the basis of indicators identified in the Monitoring Plan, assess 
compliance with the LARP and prepare conclusive reports for MOT. 
 
 
c. Evaluation 
 
201.  The PMC will carry out a post-implementation evaluation of both phases of LARP about a 
year after completion of the implementation of LARP I and report whether or not the objectives 
of the LARP have been attained. The benchmark data of socioeconomic survey of severely 
affected APs conducted during the preparation of the LARP will be used to compare the pre and 
post Project conditions. The PMC will recommend appropriate supplementary assistance for the 
APs if the outcome of the study shows that the objectives of the LARP were not achieved. A 
broad monitoring matrix comprising the monitoring indicators is given in the following table.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Table 12.1 

 
 
90 
Monitoring Indicators 
 
LAR Activities 
Progress 
Remarks 
Pre Construction Activities and LAR Activities 

Assessment of resettlement impacts due to changes 
in Project design (If required) 
  
  

Preparation/ updating of the resettlement plan based 
on changes in Project design 
  
  

Approval of updated LARP I by ADB 
  
  

Circulation of information leaflet 
  
  

Capacity building of LAR team in PIU/Hukumat 
  
  

Verification of APs Census list; assessment on 
compensation and assistance, and readjustment 
  
  
LARP Implementation 

Payment of compensation to APs 
  
  

Disbursement of assistance to title holders 
  
  

Disbursement of special assistance to vulnerable 
groups 
  
  

Replacement/ shifting of community property 
resources 
  
  
  
Reinstallation of public utilities 
  
  

Records of Grievance Redress 
  
  
Social Measures During Construction as per Contract Provisions 

Prohibition of employment or use of children as 
labour 
  
  

Prohibition of forced or compulsory labour 
  
  

Equal pay for equal work to both men and women 
  
  

Implementation of all statutory provisions on labour 
like health, safety, welfare, sanitation, and working 
conditions 
  
  

Maintenance of employment records of workers 
  
  

Awareness Program on HIV/AIDS 
  
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
APPENDIX 1  
LAND ACQUISITION FORM 
 
Project:
CAREC Corridor 3 (Dushanbe Uzbekistan border) Improvement Project
Лоиха:
Лоихаи Бехтаркунии Шохрохи Душанбе - сархади Узбекистон
Funded by:
Asian Development Bank
Маблаггузор:
Бонки Осиёгии Рушд
Implementer:
Ministry of Transport and Communication, Republic of Tajikistan
Ичрокунанда: Вазорати Наклиёт ва Коммуникатсия, Чумхурии Точикистон
Grant No:
42052
Project section / Китъаи лоиха
Date of visit / Санаи ташриф ____/_____/201_
Head of household's Name / Ному насаби сардори оила
_______________________________________________________
Ownership / Сардори оила:
Male headed / Мард рохбарикунанда: ______
Female headed / Зан рохбарикунанда: _______
Address / Адрес:
дехаи _____________________
чамоати ______________________
нохияи ______________________________
Agriculture
Кишоварзи
Agricultural 
labor
Кори кирояи 
кишоварзи
Small 
enterprise
Сохибкории 
хурд
Government
Кори давлати 
(расми)
Business and 
trading
Сохибкори ва 
савдо
Transport/taxi
Мусофиркшон
и Такси
Daily Wage
Кори кироя
Others
Дигархо
Annual Crops
Зироати 
солона
Orchard
Бог
Vineyard
Токзор
Vegetables
Сабзавот
Potato
Картошка 
Onion
Пиёз
Tomatoes
Помидор
Corn
Чуворимака
Wheat
Гандум
Flax
Загер
Cotton
Пахта
Lucerne
Юнучка
Number of 
Trees / 
Шумораи 
дарахтон
Sheds
Шипанг
(Навес)
Area m²
Масохат м
2
Number
Шумора
Wells / 
Скважина
Tanks/pools / 
Хачми обгири 
(резервуар) 
ва ё хавзи об
Pumps / 
Насосхо
Retaining walls 
Деворхои 
такяги 
(подпорные)
Ovens / Печка
Gates / 
Дарвозахо
Pits Чоххо 
(Ямы)
Other / Дигар
Number of 
businesses
Шумора
Patent
Патент
Sertificate
Сертификат
Signatures / Имзохо
Type of crop and area of cultivation m

/ Номгуи зироат ва масохати кишт м
2
Pharmacy
Аптека
Other (specify)
Дигархо
Area m
2
Масохат м
2
Hukumat's Representative
Намояндаи Хукумат
PIU Representative
Намояндаи Шуъбаи Ичроиши Лоихахо
Affected Person Agreed
Шахси таъсирдида (сардори оила) Рози хастам
Affected Business 
Сохибкории зарардида
Fuel station
Нуктаи фуруши Сузишвори (АЗС)
Shop (Food/manufactured goods)
Магозаи Хуроквори
Café / Canteen / 
Ошхона (буфет, столовая)
Butchery
Дукони Гушт
Snack food outlet
Дукони хуроки тезтаёршаванда
Other
Дигар 
Timber sheet 
Аз тахта м
2
Wooden sticks fences
Аз шоху навдаи дарахтон 
Wire netting fences
Сеткаи симин м
2
Mud wall
Девори лои
Mudbricks Wall
Аз хишти лои
Burnt Bricks Wall 
Аз хишти пухта
Concrete Wall
Сементи ва ё семблок
Metal sheet fences
Аз варакаи метали м
2
Affected Buildings, Shops, Sheds and Outbuildings / Бинохо, магозахо, Навесхо ва дигар иншоотхои берунии зарардида
Residential / Истикомати
Comercial / Сохибкори
Other / Дигар 
Affected Residential and comercial land / Area m
2
 / Замини Истикомати ва Сохибкории зарардида Масохат м
2
Grapes / Ангур
Non fruit trees/ Дарахтони гайри меваги
Vulnerable HH
Оилаи камбизоат / ишора кунед
Individual Dehkan Farm
Хочагии Дехконии инфироди
Major Economic Activities / Please tick
Фаъолиятхои асосии иктисоди (даромадноки) оила / Ишора кунед
Peach / Шафтолу
Spare parts trade
Магозаи кисмхои эхтиёти
Affected Miscellaneous Items (Number) / Дигар иншоотхои зарардида (Шумора)
Apple / Себ
Cherry / Гелос
Small cherry / Олуча
Buildings (type 2)single floor 
cement
Бинохои намуди 2 
якошёна сементи
Walls (m³) 
Деворхо (м
3
)
Affected Cultivated Land / Area m
2
Замини кишти зарардида / Масохат м2
LAND ACQUISITION AND RESETTLEMENT PLAN - INDIVIDUAL CASES
НАКШАИ ЧУДО НАМУДАНИ КИТЪАИ ЗАМИН ВА КУЧОНИДАНИ АХОЛИ - Пурсишномаи хочагихои алохида
Type of ownership
Шакли сохибият ба замин
Presidential land
Замини Президенти
Number of Disabled HH member
Шумораи шахсони маъюб дар оила
Affected Walls and Fences / Деворхо ва чапаракхо (ограждений)-и зарардида
Other
Дигар
Water pipes / Кубурхои 
обгузар (водопроводные 
трубы)
Concrete surfaces / Сурфахои 
бетони (бетонные покрытия)
Fences (m²)
Чапаракхо (м
2
)
Collective Dehkan Farm
Хочагии Дехконии Колективи
Number of Years to Re-grow a New tree
Мудати вакт барои парвариши чунин 
дарахти мевадиханда (Сол)
Current Market Value of Product per kg 
(TJS/kg)
Арзиши имрузаи 1 кг махсулот дар бозор 
(ТС/кг)
Yearly yield (kg.) per tree
Хосили солона (кг) аз 1 
дарахт
Affected Fruit Trees
Дарахтони мевадихандаи зарардида
Outbuildings (toilets, barns)
Дигар бинохои ёрирасон 
(хочатхона, анбор, г. (м
3
)
Buildings (type 5)single floor 
mud walls 
Бинохои намуди 5
якошёна аз девори лои
Buildings (type 4) single floor 
mud bricks 
Бинохои намуди 4 
якошёна аз хишти хом
Buildings (type 3)single floor 
burnt bricks 
Бинохои намуди 3 
якошёна аз хишти пухта
Buildings (type1) multi- storey
Бинохои намуди 1 
Бисёрошёна
 

 
 
92 
APPENDIX 2  
GRIEVANCE REGISTRATION FORM   
 
НАКШАИ ЧУДО НАМУДАНИ КИТЪАИ ЗАМИН ВА КУЧОНИДАНИ АХОЛИ 
Механизми дида баромадани аризахои шикояти 
Аризахои шикоятии хочагихои таъсирдида, дар се зинаи асоси дида баромада мешаванд: 
1.  Ариза  ба  идораи  намояндагии  Вазорати  Наклиёт  дар  сатхи  нохия  ворид  гардида  тахти 
омузиши  Кумитаи  аз  назаргузаронии  аризахои  шикояти,  ки  дар  сатхи  нохия  таъсис 
шудаанд,  бо  иштироки  намояндагони  Хукуматхои  махали  ва  чамоатхо,  карор  мегиранд. 
Барои халли масъали пешгузошта 30 руз мухлат дода мешавад. 
2.  Мавриди  дар  мухлати  30  руз  хал  нагардидани  аризаи  шикояти,  ариза  ба  комитети  гурухи 
кории  Маркази  Тадбики  Лоихахо  тахти  Вазорати  Наклиёт,  пешниход  карда  мешавад. 
Намояндагони аз нав интихобгаштаи хочагихои таъсирдида метавонанд комёб шаванд. 
3.  Дар  сурати  тадбик  нагардидани  хеч  гунна  карор  оиди  ариза  дар  давоми  14  руз  шахсони 
таъсирдида метавонанд ба идорахои суди мурочиат намоянд. 
 
Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan 
Grievance Redress Mechanism 
A grievance redress mechanism will be established.  Complaints & Grievances will be 
addressed through the following steps and actions: 
i.  First, complaints should be lodged at the Grievance Review Committee (GRC) at the 
district Offices where resolution will be attempted with the involvement of Hukumat and 
Jamoat officers as the elected representatives of the AF.  
ii.  If still unsettled after 30 days, a grievance should be lodged to MOT at central level. Again 
the elected representatives of the AF will have the opportunity to mediate. 
iii.  If no solution is reached within 14 days the APs can further submit their case to the 
appropriate court of law. 

 
 
 
APPENDIX 3  
INFORMATION PAMPHLET 
 
Dushanbe-Uzbekistan Border Road Project 
 (Funded by the Asian Development Bank) 
 
Executing Agency: Ministry of Transport  
Expected start of Implementation Spring 2012 
 
(i) Project 
Description 
1. 
The Dushanbe-Tursunzade-Uzbekistan border road traverses the districts, or Rayons of 
Rudaki, Gissar, Shakhrinav, and Tursunzade in this order as the road moves west from 
Dushanbe down the Gissar valley. The total length of the road is 61.5 kilometers (km). The road 
heads west, south-west from Dushanbe to the Uzbekistan border in eastern Uzbekistan. It is the 
main route for road traffic and transported goods to Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan from 
Dushanbe and the southern regions of Tajikistan including agricultural produce from the Gissar 
valley. It is the route for most Tajik imports and exports to and from the port of Bandar Abas in 
Iran. Consideration of the mid-point traffic volumes, levels of service and the environment 
through which the road passes lends to dividing the road into five sections/packages for design 
and implementation purposes. These road sections are (1) Avicenna Monument to West Gate, 
(2) West Gate to Gissar Junction, (3) Gissar Junction to Shakhrinav roundabout, (4) Shakhrinav 
roundabout to Tursunzade Junction and (5) Tursunzade Junction to the Uzbekistan Border. The 
summary details of various road sections are described in table A1.1.   
 
Table-A1.1: Summary Details of Various Sections 


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