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Nigeria - Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) : Environmental Assessment (Vol. 3) : Environmental and social management plan for Osun State (Английский)

The overarching objective of the Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) for Nigeria is to support the improvement of rural access and mobility in the participating States by: (a) providing improved all-weather access road networks in selected and prioritized rural development areas; and (b) supporting the institutional reform in the transport sector in the states to improve management of the state-wide road network. Some of the negative impacts of the project are: erosion observed near bridge between Jambutu and Boggare, embankment to river crossing has been eroded by river run-off path, pot holes from water of last rain and poor drainage conditions, stagnant water along road with waste. Can be potential breeding spot for mosquitoes, and flooding of road due to river crossing between old and new Demsa, road is marshy in some parts, dust, and noise pollution. Mitigation measures include: dust control by application of water, Workers will wear hearing aid protection; ensure most of such work is carried out after gives consideration for nearby schools; health centers etc; ensure all vegetation destroyed is re-instated/re-planted after construction work is completed; develop proper decommissioning procedures that will prevent and avoid damage to vegetation and ecosystem; and educate personnel on strict adherence to decommissioning procedures.

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    Wunyi,Ugonne Margaret

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    Оценка состояния окружающей среды

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    Africa West, Африка,

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    Environmental and social management plan for Osun State

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