of views and wishes regarding the project, with the following issues being noteworthy (See the
The number of car and bus parking areas under the project was desirable to increase.
The comfortable benches for them were desirable to arrange within the scope of the project.
It was desirable for the traders to use the WC free of charge found on the territory of the
Following the negotiations with the representatives of Dusheti Municipality, it was decided that
all APs would have their jobs preserved both, at the stage of the project implementation and after
the project accomplishment. Consequently, as per the preliminary estimates, no total loss of the
expected income is envisaged during the subproject construction or operation phases.
Following the facts that:
The project does not envisage the closure of the Ananuri Complex for the tourists at the
Individual entrepreneur - 3 PAPs; and (iv) One Individual entrepreneur – 1 PAP out of 42 APs
will have their jobs preserved following the locations of their business both, during the project
implementation and after the project accomplishment.
The representatives of Dusheti Municipality took the obligation to assign new locations for
accomplish the business both, during the project implementation and after accomplishing it as they
will be relocated to an alternative location.
The methodology followed to determine compensation follows that which was developed under
the RDP I project financed by the World Bank in Kakheti region. As per this methodology, the
entities legally owning businesses or running informal businesses within the project zone or in the
area adjacent the project zone, will receive 20% of the income fixed in the previous years. If it is
impossible to obtain the confirmed information about the incomes of 2016, the incomes will be
calculated based on the amount of the Subsistence Minimum specified for a family of 5
the time of survey.
The Subsistence Minimum indicators are calculated based on the minimum food basket defined and established
’’Norms of determining the composition of minimum food basket for subsistence minimum regarding food
substance and energy for physiology demand”
Note: In case of a substantial change of the Subsistence Minimum by the moment of hampering in
compensation will be given by considering the data available at the given moment.
At the same time, when calculating the compensation amounts, we considered the experience in
the previous projects and envisaged an additional “reserve amounts” to be budgeted in case of
delays or unexpected impacts during the project that may require additional compensation budget.
(See details in Chapter 9).
2. Resettlement Minimization
Scope of resettlement envisaged by the subproject
There is no necessity for purchasing land, buildings and premises or compensation for trees and
plants within the scope of the subproject. The only impact at the stages of project accomplishment
and operation is a temporary suspension or reduction of business activities, leading to loss of
income. There are both,
formal and informal businesses run in the project area. At present, the
situation with running the business at the Ananuri Complex is quite chaotic. After project
implementation all of vendors location will be planned by Dusheti municipality and vendors can
continue working in safer and more orderly conditions
In order to understand the existing situation better, a schematic drawing was drafted within the
scope of the project with the APs classified depending on the business status, legalization and
types of business (See Figure 1).
By using the numbering in Figure 1, we can identify the following private and legal entities and
Municipality with a public toilet in it. AP is assisted by her parents in running the business.
Under the preliminary design the object will continue operating both, in the phases of
Sustainable Development of Georgia. Under the preliminary design, the object will
continue operating both, in the phases of construction and operation;
employing 5 people. Under the preliminary design, the object will continue operating both,
in the phases of construction and operation;