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2018

Saint-Louis Emergency Recovery and Resilience Project (Senegal)

Sénégal

Titre : Saint-Louis Emergency Recovery and Resilience Project (Senegal)

Numéro de projet : P166538

Date d’approbation : 7 juin 2018
Date de clôture : 30 juin 2023

Pays : Sénégal

Résumé
The development objective of the Saint-Louis Emergency Recovery and Resilience Project for Senegal is to reduce the vulnerability of populations to coastal hazards along the Langue de Barbarie and strengthen urban and coastal resilience planning of the city of Saint-Louis. It has five component. First component, Meeting immediate needs of the disaster affected population is to support the GOS to provide temporary accommodation and related services for households currently displaced by the disaster, and urgently improve their living condition n line with global standard practice. The component will finance : (i) the provision of rental subsidies ; and (ii) good, services and civil works required to erect temporary dwellings and provide related essential services on the permanent relocation site (electricity, water supply, sanitation), to be situated in an area not prone to flooding ; Second component, Planned relocation of populations living in the highest risk zones in the Langue de Barbari will finance the planned relocation of households affected by coastal erosion, and living in the extremely high-risk zone along the Langue de Barbarie. The activities under this component will be financed through four sub-components : (i) design and implementation of the citizen engagement and social support strategy ; (ii) development of the relocation site ; (iii) construction of permanent dwellings for the population affected by coastal erosion ; and (iv) livelihood restoration for the displaced populations ; Third component, Strengthening urban and coastal resilience planning will consist of (i) the recruitment of a consultant to conceptualize design a site development plan for the liberated area, including participatory input form the local community ; and (ii) site development works to reclaim the area. Land rights will be transferred to the Government so that they can exercise

Montant total du projet : USD 50.00 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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