Category: Environmental Assessment

Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project

NEWMAP holds GVB retrofitting Workshop

Dateline 17th June 2019: A 4 day Gender Based Violence (GBV) retrofitting workshop for the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project commenced with all the 21 partner states in attendance. The NEWMAP’s GBV clinic and retrofitting was initially scheduled for May 27 – 31.  Giving the sheer volume of expected participation from NEWMAP, the GBV…
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February 7, 2019 0

Joint Supervision Mission on NEWMAP heralded with RESULTS’ MARKETPLACE

A joint  World  Bank  (WB), Federal Government of Nigeria and Food  and Agriculture Organization  (FAO)  of the United  Nations  Mission to the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) commenced   from  March  14 2019.  The Mission which is still ongoing will round up by 29th March 2019. The Mission  led by Maria  Sarraf  (Practice  Manager…
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February 6, 2019 0

SCREENING & SCOPING FOR TELEMETRIC INSTRUMENTATION ACCROSS HYDOLOGICAL BASINS OF ANAMBRA, IMO AND CROSS RIVER

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May 20, 2016 0

NEWMAP Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF)

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May 20, 2016 0

NEWMAP Stakeholders retreat

Recently, stakeholders on NEWMAP went on a retreat (26th January – 4th February 2016) to take activities and see how best to achieve the project development objectives (PDO). Below are some of the presentations during the MTR. Agreed Presentation Group 3 Support to North East and Lake Chad Final Final MTR Group 6 Report  Final…
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February 5, 2016 0

Environmental and social management plan, final report – Ajali Water Works gully erosion site, Enugu State

ABSTRACT The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to restore degraded lands and reduce longer-term erosion vulnerability in targeted areas. Negative measures include: increased traffic; air and noise emissions; solid wastes generation and handling; effluents; use of natural resources; earth movements such as landslides, earth flow, mud flow, etc; occupational…
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February 10, 2015 0

Environmental and social management plan (Vol. 8) – Amachalla gully erosion site Awka South, Anambra state

ABSTRACT The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to restore degraded lands and reduce longer-term erosion vulnerability in targeted areas. Negative measures include: increased traffic; air and noise emissions; solid wastes generation and handling; effluents; use of natural resources; earth movements such as landslides, earth flow, mud flow, etc; occupational…
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February 6, 2015 0

Environmental and social management plan (Vol. 9) – Umudunu-Uruokpala gully erosion project Abagana

ABSTRACT The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to restore degraded lands and reduce longer-term erosion vulnerability in targeted areas. Negative measures include: increased traffic; air and noise emissions; solid wastes generation and handling; effluents; use of natural resources; earth movements such as landslides, earth flow, mud flow, etc; occupational…
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February 6, 2015 0

Environmental and social management plan – Nerose Plaza-Thomas Aquinas gully erosion intervention site, Awka

ABSTRACT The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to restore degraded lands and reduce longer-term erosion vulnerability in targeted areas. Negative measures include: increased traffic; air and noise emissions; solid wastes generation and handling; effluents; use of natural resources; earth movements such as landslides, earth flow, mud flow, etc; occupational…
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February 6, 2015 0

Environmental and social management plan, final report for Ajali Water Works gully erosion site, Enugu State

ABSTRACT The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to restore degraded lands and reduce longer-term erosion vulnerability in targeted areas. Negative measures include: increased traffic; air and noise emissions; solid wastes generation and handling; effluents; use of natural resources; earth movements such as landslides, earth flow, mud flow, etc; occupational…
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January 23, 2015 0