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Contributed by

Marlou Geurts

Subject

IRM, DRR, CCA, EMR, Resilience

Country

Ethiopia

Date

25 February 21

Credit

Ethiopian Environment, Forest and Climate Change Commission

Document type

Toolkit

Caption

These Environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) guidelines aim to assist relevant stakeholders (authorities, communities) in identifying their ESIA responsibilities, and to assist community and NGO groups in realizing their environmental rights with regard to ESIAs.

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The guidelines together cover the entire environmental and social impact assessment process, report submission and approval procedures. There are six relevant guidelines: 1. Ethiopian National ESIA procedural guideline 2. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Guideline for irrigation sector 3. Environmental and social impact assessment guideline for mining sector 4. Amhara region Environmental and Social Impact Assessment procedural guideline 5. Afar region Environmental and Social Impact Assessment procedural guideline 6. Somali region Environmental and Social Impact Assessment procedural guideline The guidelines 1 to 4 were developed by Ethiopian Environment, Forest and Climate Change Commission (EFCCC) in collaboration with ERCS (Ethiopia Red Cross Society) and NLRC (Netherlands Red Cross). The first three will be used at national level, and the last three at regions level. Care International and Cordaid have developed the guidelines for Afar and Somali Region respectively.

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These Environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) guidelines aim to assist relevant stakeholders (authorities, communities) in identifying their ESIA responsibilities, and to assist community and NGO groups in realizing their environmental rights with regard to ESIAs.

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