Insuco conducted inventories for the development of a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) in Plaisance alongside National Road 1 in Haiti

Sep 2021 | On the front page

Alice Delmon (Technical Director), Yumi Burger (Project Manager), Jean-Laurent Lhérisson (Project Manager) and Josema Odniel (Field Technical Officer), as well as a team of 4 investigators, carried out inventories and socio-economic surveys on a 2 km stretch of road in the commune of Plaisance, located in the North Department of the country, from August 4 to 7. This activity is part of a contract with the Central Implementation Unit (UCE) of the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communications (MTPTC) for the development of a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) on this section of the National Road 1 (RN1).

These inventories allowed for the surveying of more than 200 people who will be affected by the road rehabilitation and widening project, and to identify their losses for the future compensation process that will be implemented by the UCE, in accordance with the social performance standards of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).