In case of possible suspension of business to each employ will be given 1015 GEL
The other 13 APs renting areas in the project zone have the status of a mini-entrepreneur and are
exempted from paying taxes.
The owners of informal business with their total number of 13 failed to present any document in
proof of their incomes. Consequently, when calculating their due compensations, the subsistence
minimum for a family of 5 making 338.3 GEL was taken as their monthly profit. Consequently,
each of them will receive 203 GEL for 3 months for the reduced profit making 5075 GEL for 25
months amounts to 1015 GEL for 3 months making 25.373 GEL for 25 APs..
Seven of 42 APs are vulnerable. From which three have disabilities, four live below the line of
poverty and one is a single mother. All of them will receive the compensation of 1015 GEL each.
9.10 Costs of Transportation
There is only one booth in the project zone, which will be necessary to transport in the construction
phase to a short distance, for approximately 20-50 m. This will need renting the relevant
transportation means for 1 hour entailing the cost of 50 GEL. As for the transportation of other
trading benches and tents, this needs no substantial efforts or engaging any hired any workers
The main objective of implementation of RAP is to improve or at least restore the social and
livelihood resources of the PAPs at their pre-project level. The process of implementation should
ensure that this objective is achieved over a reasonable time with allocated resources. Therefore,
monitoring of the process of updating RAP, its implementation and delivery of institutional and
financial assistance to the PAPs has been designed as an integral part of the overall functioning
and management of the Project. Environmental and Resettlement Unit of MDFG through its
Resettlement Team will ensure the execution of timely monitoring of the monitoring and
evaluation indicators (process, delivery and impact indicators) of land acquisition and resettlement
tasks. The purpose of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is to provide feedback to all
stakeholders on progress made in view of a timely and comprehensive implementation of the RAP
and to identify problems as early as possible to facilitate well-timed adjustment of implementation
The objectives are to: (i) ensure that the standard of living of PAPs are restored or improved; (ii)
ascertain whether activities are in progress as per schedule and the timelines are being met; (iii)
assess whether the compensation, rehabilitation measures are sufficient; (iv) identify problems or
potential issues; and (v) identify methods to rapidly mitigate problems.
Monitoring of RAP in the Project will be carried out. The Head of Resettlement Team will carry
out regular internal monitoring for the MDFG with inputs from LAR teams at field operation.
Local Resettlement Consultant (LRC) will assist MDFG Resettlement Team during the RAP
implementation and will be responsible for internal monitoring.
Internal monitoring will be carried out routinely by MDFG either directly or through the services
of Head of Resettlement Team or Local Resettlement Consultant. The results will be
communicated to WB through the quarterly project implementation reports. Indicators for the
internal monitoring will be those related to process and immediate outputs and results. This
information will be collected directly from regional MDFG level and reported monthly to MDFG
to assess the progress and results of RAP implementation, and to adjust the work program, if
necessary. The monthly reports will be quarterly consolidated in the standard supervision reports
to WB. Specific monitoring benchmarks will be:
The above information will be collected by MDFG which is responsible for monitoring the day-
1. 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.
Grievances and their resolution