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SECAP disclosed documents

SECAP documents provide information on assessments, measures, monitoring and compliance conducted for environment, social, climate, resettlement, and Indigenous Peoples' issues.

As per IFAD's SECAP 2017 Edition, it is mandatory to disclose draft Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)  and relevant documents (e.g. draft resettlement action plans/frameworks, draft mitigation plans/frameworks, documentation of the Indigenous Peoples consultation process) in a timely and accessible manner prior to project appraisal the final quality and compliance review stage.

Comments on reports can be sent to the following address: secaphelpdesk@ifad.org.

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)

The Environment Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) is mandatory for project/programme classified as "Category A" (see SECAP section 1.4.2.1).

The ESIA provides the potential environmental and social impacts of the proposed project on natural resources (i.e. land, water, forests) and livelihoods, and recommends measures/opportunities to improve decision making for environmental and social sustainability.

Afghanistan: Arghandab Integrated Water Resources Development Programme - August 2019

Mozambique: Inclusive Agri-food Value-chains Development Project (PROCAVA) - December 2018 - Vol.1 | Vol.2 

Bangladesh: Char Development and Settlement Project IV - December 2018

Uganda: National Oil Palm Programme (NOPP) Buvuma Island – June 2015 

Kenya: Upper Tana Natural Resources Management Project (UTaNRMP) - July 2014

Uganda: Vegetable Oil Development Project (Phase two) – Bugala Island (Kalangala district) - 2003 

Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) 

The ESMF is prepared when uncertainty remains on the project component or exact location. The Framework establishes a mechanism to determine social, environmental, and climate impacts when conducting the ESIA.

Niger (August 2020) 

Central African Republic: PRAPAM - August 2020

Tanzania: Agriculture and Fisheries Development Programme (AFDP) - July 2020 | REVISED VERSION

Nicaragua: Marco de Gestión Ambiental y Social para el proyecto “Cadenas de valor inclusivas y resilientes vinculadas con la pesca artesanal y acuicultura en la Costa Caribe”

Informe principal - May 2020

Malawi: Transforming Agriculture Through Diversification And Entrepreneurship (Trade) - July 2019

Mozambique: Inclusive Agri-food Value-chains Development Project (PROCAVA) Vol. 1 - April 2019

Rwanda: Kayonza District Irrigation & Integrated Watershed Management Project (KWIIP) - November 2018

Ethiopia: Participatory Small-scale Irrigation Development Programme Phase II (PASIDP-II) - May 2016

Malawi: Programme for Rural Irrigation Development (PRIDE) - September 2015

Tanzania : Bagamoyo Sugar Infrastructure and Sustainable Community (Basic) Programme - March 2015

Resettlement Action Plan/Framework (RAP)

A Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) is prepared when a project/programme has a high probability to lead to physical and economic displacement. The RAP/RAF provides the required measures agreed upon with full and effective participation of affected people through  free, prior and informed consent  (FPIC) process to mitigate adverse effects, to compensate losses, and to ensure that no affected persons will be left worse off.

Niger (August 2020)

Bangladesh: Char Development and Settlement Project IV - December 2018

Resettlement Action Framework (RAF)

The Resettlement Action Framework (RAF) is prepared when the information on the exact location of resettlement or economic displacement, and the specific people who may be affected is not available. It includes the key aspects and actions that will be taken when preparing the resettlement action plan.

Malawi: Programme for Rural Irrigation Development (PRIDE) - September 2015

Tanzania: Bagamoyo Sugar Infrastructure and Sustainable Community (Basic) Programme - March 2015

Special Study

Niger, Plan de Gestion des Pestes et Pesticides (PGPP) - August 2020:

Indigenous Peoples Plan (IPP)

An Indigenous Peoples Plan is prepared if the project/programme is classified as ''Category A'' and affects Indigenous Peoples. The IPP includes documentation of the consultation process leading to FPIC of the indigenous peoples' communities and any agreement resulting from the consultation and consent process for the project activities.

Nicaragua: Plan de Implementación del Consentimiento Libre, Previo e Informado (CPLI) - Programa NICAPESCA: Cadenas de valor inclusivas y resilientes vinculadas con la pesca artesanal y acuicultura en la Costa Caribe de Nicaragua - April 2020

SECAP review notes

Brazil: Planting Resilience in Rural Communities of the Northeast (PCRP) English | Portuguese - March 2020

Belize: Resilient Rural Belize (Be-Resilient)