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E4839 V12

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

(ESMP)

(Final Report)
FOR
Small Public Works -

Road Sweeping, Desilting and Fumigation (22 Lots) and

Refuse collection / Disposal in (50Lots)

in Rivers State

By

RIVERS STATE PROJECT COORDINATING UNIT

RIVERS State Employment and Expenditure for Results Project

(RIVERS - SEEFOR)



UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
MINISTRY OF BUDGET, PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT


Supported by

International Development Association (IDA),

World Bank (WB) and European Union (EU)

June 30, 2015

Table of Contents

Content Page

Table of Contents i

List of Tables iv

List of Figures iv

List of Maps iv

List of Appendices iv

Definition of Terms/Words v

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms vi

Executive Summary vii
CHAPTER ONE: General Introduction 1

1.1 Background 1

1.2 The Proposed Intervention Work 1

1.3 Rationale for ESMP for the Proposed Intervention Work 4

1.4 Objectives of this Environmental and Social Management Plan 4

1.5 Scope and Terms of Reference of the ESMP and Tasks 5

1.6 Approaches for Preparing the Environmental and Social Management Plan

(ESMP) 5


1.6.1 Literature Review 5

1.6.2 Interactive Discussions/Consultations 5

1.6.3 Field Visits 6

1.6.4 Identification of Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 6


CHAPTER TWO: Institutional and Legal Framework 7

2.1 Introduction 7


2.2 Institutional Framework 7

2.2.1 Federal Level 7

2.2.2 State Level 7

2.2.3 Local Government Level 8

2.3 Summary of Relevant Regulatory Instrument 8

2.4 World Bank Safeguards Policies Triggered by SEEFOR and the Proposed

Activity 9

2.5 Making the ESMP Responsive to Good Practice 9


CHAPTER THREE: Biophysical Environment 11

3.0 Introduction 11

3.1 Overview of the State 11

3.2 Location of the Proposed Intervention Area 11

3.3 Climate and Topography 11

3.4 Air Quality and Noise Level 11

3.5 Relief and Drainage 12

3.6 Geology 12

3.7 Water Resources 12

3.8 Soil Characteristics ` 12

3.9 Ecological Problems 12

3.10 Profile of the Solid Waste Management 13

3.10.1 Management System 13

3.10.2 Waste Density, Composition and Constituents 14

3.10.3 Waste Generation 15
CHAPTER FOUR: Socio-Economic Characteristics and Community

Consultations 16

4.1 Introduction 16

4.2 Population and Demographic Characteristics 16

4.3 Traditional Institution and Local Administration 16



4.4 Education Facilities 16
4.5 Religious Composition 17

4.6 Socialization and Social Organization 17

4.7 Economy 17

4.8 Occupation and Livelihood 17

4.8.1 Land Acquisition 17

4.9 Social and Economic Facilities 18

4.10 Historic and Cultural/Sacred Places 18

4.11 Poverty Index 18

4.12 Gender and Governance 18

4.13 Health Services 18

4.14 Age, Sex and Number of Children of Respondents 18

4.15 Average Income of Respondents 19

4.16 Awareness of the Proposed Intervention Project 19

4.16.1 Perception of Service Delivery in the State 20

4.16.2 Waste Management Perception 20

4.17 Health Status Assessment 20

4.17.1 Respondents Common Health Problems 20

4.17.2 Awareness of HIV/AIDS 20

4.17.3 Awareness of Malaria 20

4.17.4 Respondents Opinion on Causes of Health Problems 21

4.17.5 Risk of Health Problems as a Result of the Intervention Work 21

4.17.6 Availability of Health Care Facility 21

4.17.7 Respondents Perception of Health Facility 21

4.18 Community Consultations 21

4.18.1 The Objectives of Community Consultations 21

4.18.2 The Stakeholders Consulted and their Concerns 22


CHAPTER 5: Assessment of Potential Environmental and Social Adverse Impacts

and Analysis of Alternatives 23

5.1 Introduction 23

5.2 Impact Identification and Evaluation 23

5.3 Potential Environmental and Social Impacts of the Project 24

5.3.1 The Project Benefits 24


5.3.2 Negative Environmental and Social Impacts 24

5.3.3 Irreversible Environmental Changes 25


5.3.4 Cumulative /Secondary Environmental and Social Impacts 25

5.3.5 Environmental Justice 25

5.4 Analysis of Project Alternatives 27


5.4.1 No Project Option 27

5.4.2 Go Ahead Option 27



CHAPTER 6 Environmental and Social Management Plan 28

6.1 Introduction 28

6.2 Mitigation Measures 28


6.3 Residual Impacts after Mitigation 28

6.4 Enhancement of Positive Impacts and Reduction/Avoidance of Negative


Impacts 28

6.5 Social Integration and Participation 28


6.6 Environmental Monitoring and Auditing 37

6.7 Stakeholder Management Plan and Grievance Redress Mechanism 37

6.8 Environmental Incidents and Handling Complaints 37

6.8.1 Record Keeping 38





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