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Mozambique - Mueda – Negomano road project Phase 1 - Summary ARAP
A 2016 Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) has been prepared for the road rehabilitation project N381/R2151 between Mueda and Negomano. The proposed project area is located in northern Mozambique, specifically in Cabo Delgado Province. The road starts in the City of Mueda and goes through the headquarters of the administrative post of N'gapa and ends in Negomano, which connects to the bridge of unity between Mozambique and Tanzania over the Rovuma River, at the border with Tanzania. The entire road project consists of 2 phases: Phase 1 being the Negomano-Roma section and Phase 2 being the Roma-Mueda section. The African Development Bank will be financing Phase 1 of the project. While a RAP has been prepared for the entire road project, an Abbreviated RAP (ARAP) is required for Phase 1 in line with the Bank’s Integrated Safeguards System (ISS) based on the fact that 8 project affected persons (PAPs) that have been identified as being subject to resettlement impacts. This summary describes the Abbreviated RAP that applies to Phase 1 accordingly.