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E4839 V13

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

(ESMP) (Final Report)
For
SMALL PUBLIC WORKS

(ROAD MAINTENANCE OF OJOTO AND ABEL JUMBO STREETS)

(LOT 2)
IN
PORT HARCOURT, 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

THE WORLD BANK ASSISTED


June 30, 2015



Table of Contents

Content Page

Table of Contents i

List of Tables iii

List of Figures iii

List of Plates iii

List of Maps iii

List of Appendices iii

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms iv

Units of Measure v

Executive Summary vi



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 3

1.4 Objective of this Environmental and Social Management Plan 3

1.5 Scope and Terms of Reference of the ESMP and Tasks 4

1.6 Approaches for Preparing the Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) 4

1.6.1 Literature Review 4

1.6.2 Interactive Discussions/Consultations 4

1.6.3 Field Visits 4

1.6.4 Identification of Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 5

CHAPTER TWO: Institutional and Legal Framework for Environmental 6

2.1 Introduction 6


2.2 World Bank Safeguards Policies Triggered by NEWMAP and the Proposed Activity 6

2.3 Summary of Relevant Local and Federal Policy, Legal, Regulatory and Administrative

Framework 6

2.3.1 Relevant Regulatory Instruments 6

2.3.2 Federal Policy/Legislation 6

2.3.3 State Legislations 6

2.3.4 Ministry of Local Government Regulations 7

2.4 Making the ESMP Responsive to Good Practice 7



CHAPTER THREE: Biophysical Environment 9

3.0 Introduction 9

3.1 Overview of the State 9

3.2 Location of the Proposed Intervention Area 9

3.3 Climate and Topography 9

3.4 Air Quality and Noise Level 9

3.5 Vegetation Characteristics 9

3.6 Relief and Drainage 10

3.7 Geomorphology and Geology of the Project Site 10

3.8 Water Resources 10

3.9 Soil Characteristics ` 10

3.10 Land Use and Some Specific baseline Conditions of the Zones 10

3.11 Ecological Hazards and Environmental Sensitive Areas 10

CHAPTER FOUR: Socio-Economic Characteristics and Community Consultations 12

4.1 Introduction 12

4.2 Community Profiling, Settlement Pattern and Ethnography 12

4.3 Traditional Institution and Local Administration 12



4.4 Population 12
4.5 Education 13

4.6 Religious Composition 13

4.7 Socialization and Social Organization 13

4.8 Economy 13

4.9 Occupation and Livelihood 14

4.10 Social and Economic Facilities 14

4.11 Historic and Cultural/Sacred Places 14

4.12 Poverty Index 14

4.13 Gender and Governance 14

4.14 Health Services 14

4.15 Public Opinion – Responses Survey Instrument (Questionnaire) 15

4.15.1 Age, Sex and Number of Children of Respondents 15

4.15.2 Average Income of Respondents 15

4.15.3 Awareness of the Proposed Intervention Project 16

4.15.4 Perception of Service Delivery in the State 16

4.16 Health Status Assessment 16

4.16.1 Respondents Common Health Problems 16

4.16.2 Awareness of HIV/AIDS 16

4.16.3 Awareness of Malaria 16

4.16.4 Respondents Opinion on Causes of Health Problems 17

4.16.5 Risk of Health Problem as a Result of the Intervention Work 17

4.16.6 Availability of Health Care Facility 17

4.16.7 Respondents Perception of Health Facility 17

4.17 Community Consultations 17

4.17.1 The Objectives of Community Consultations 17

4.17.2 The Stakeholders Consulted and their Concerns 17


CHAPTER 5: Assessment of Potential Environmental and Social Adverse Impacts

and Analysis of Alternatives 19

5.1 Introduction 19

5.2 Impact Identification and Evaluation 19

5.3 Potential Environmental and Social Impacts of the Project 20

5.3.1 The Project Benefits 20


5.3.2 Negative Environmental and Social Impacts 20

5.3.3 Irreversible Environmental Changes 20


5.3.4 Cumulative /Secondary Environmental and Social Impacts 20

5.3.5 Environmental Justice 20

5.4 Analysis of Project Alternatives 24


5.4.1 No Project Option 24

5.4.2 Delayed Project Option 24

5.4.3 Go Ahead Option 24

CHAPTER 6 Environmental and Social Management Plan 25

6.1 Introduction 25

6.2 Mitigation Measures 25


6.3 Residual Impacts after Mitigation 25

6.4 Enhancement of Positive Impacts and Reduction/Avoidance of Negative Impacts 25

6.5 Social Integration and Participation 25


6.6 Environmental Monitoring and Auditing 32

6.7 Reporting Procedure 32

6.7.1 Complaints Register and Environmental Incidents 32




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