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Nyamagasami 2 HPP Limited

Issues

Cultural heritage

Description: Complaint raises concerns about impacts on any type of tagible or intangible cultural heritage, including significant sites, unique environmental features, cultural knowledge, and traditional lifestyles.

Complaints with this Issue: 93

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Displacement (physical and/or economic)

Description: Complaint raises concerns about physical relocation, loss of shelter, and/or loss of assets that relate to income or livelihood.

Complaints with this Issue: 358

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Property damage

Description: Complaint raises concerns about specific harm to property, including buildings, land, or property value. Concerns related to physical or economic displacement, pollution, or community health and safety are not included.

Complaints with this Issue: 112

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Sectors

Energy

Description: Project relates to energy access, legal frameworks regarding the energy sector, and development and operation of energy infrastructure, including power generation and electric and gas distribution and storage. Projects specifically related to the extraction of oil and gas are not included.

Complaints in this Sector: 225

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Infrastructure

Description: Project relates to construction or improvement of large structures, facilities, or public works projects. Examples include roads and other transportation projects, sanitation and water treatment facilities, power plants, and industrial facilities.

Complaints in this Sector: 609

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Project

Name: Nyamagasami 2 HPP Limited

Investments: FMO 51478

Client: Nyamagasani 2 HPP Limited

Support: Loans

Country: Uganda

Complaint

IAM: Independent Complaints Mechanism (ICM)

ID: 20-005

Date Filed: Oct. 14, 2020

Status: Active

Description

The Fifth Complaint contains claims that the project activities have surrounded the local church’s land with canal pipes and a winding road. It argues that the project has taken most of the local church’s land, leaving only fourth of its original size. With the remaining diminished territory, the church is unable to carry out expansion and development activities, and cannot afford the construction of structures required as minimum standards to operate a church in Uganda. The Fifth Complaint additionally consists of a complaint of an individual complainant arguing that the project has acquired her land, situated between the project access road and the canal pipes, but failed to deliver her a replacement housing.

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Oct. 14, 2020

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Non-Compliance Found: No

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