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					             REPUBLIC OF TURKEY

MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES




GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF STATE HYDRAULIC WORKS
  REAL ESTATE AND EXPROPRIATION DEPARTMENT




YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP

       ADDENDUM TO THE

   RESETTLEMENT ACTION

                   PLAN




         Environmental Consultancy Co.

                 April 2007, Ankara
                        YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT

               ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN


                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                          Page No

1. Purpose And Scope                                                                               2

2. Amendment on Grievance Redress Mechanism                                                        3
     2.1. Grievance and Redress Process                                                            4
     2.2. Independent (External) Monitoring for Grievance Redress Mechanism                        7
     2.3. Monitoring Tools on Grievance Redress                                                    8
     2.4. The Role of NGOs in the Grievance Redress Mechanism                                      9

3. Amendment on Entitlement Matrix                                                               10

4. Amendment on Resettlement Implementation                                                      11
     4.1. Parties Responsible for Resettlement Implementation                                    11
     4.2. Content of the RIPs                                                                    12
     4.3. Time Schedule for the RIPs                                                             16

5. Amendment on Resettlement Budget                                                              20

6. Institutional Capacity Building                                                               21
      6.1. Rationale and Objective                                                               21
      6.2. Proposed Activities                                                                   21

7. Employment Policy of the Constructor for Yusufeli Project                                     23

Appendices

Appendix 1. Project Implementation Organigramme
Appendix 2. Responsible Organizations in the Resettlement Process
Appendix 3. Updated Entitlement Matrix
Appendix 4. Resettlement Implementation Time Schedule
Appendix 5. Maps Showing the Stages of Construction Impact and
            Implementation Plan Studies
Appendix 6. Consolidated Budget Breakdown
Appendix 7. Updated Table 12.28 (of the RAP Report)
Appendix 8. Project Financial Plan




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                        YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT

               ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN



1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE

As part of the project appraisal by the export credit agencies, a site visit to the Yusufeli
project area and a RAP workshop at DSI in Ankara took place from 23 – 30 March 2007.

The site visit included meetings and interviews with project stakeholders including authorities
and agencies on province, district and local level, and the workshop was attended by the
involved high level stakeholders including State Planning Organisation (SPO) and Ministry of
Public Works and Settlement (MPWS).

The focus of these activities was on agreeing on safeguarding arrangements for RAP
implementation under the framework of RAP Report Rev. B.

The scope of this Addendum document reflects the clarifications and measures agreed
between DSI and ECAs during and after the appraisal mission for the implementation of the
project.




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2. AMENDMENT ON GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM

Grievance redress mechanism describes the avenues that are available for the PAPs to
express grievance in relation to the project, including expropriation, compensation,
construction, resettlement and income restoration activities. Grievances about expropriation,
compensation, resettlement, income restoration, construction activities, employment,
environmental impacts, and any other issues related to the project from the start of the
project till final impoundment and completion of resettlement and income restoration are
addressed for effective implementation of the RAP. This mechanism describes procedures,
roles and responsibilities of parties for addressing the grievance and dispute resolutions.
The grievance process will be verified as part of internal and external resettlement
monitoring.

All grievances related to the activities of the project must be recorded throughout the project
cycle. The aim of the grievance redress mechanism is to address, settle or redress any
individual grievance or complaint of PAPs promptly, fairly and as much as possible in a
manner that is acceptable to all stakeholders. The general approach is to solve the arising
problem at the earliest stage. In the grievance redress mechanism, PAPs will be able to get
their grievances conveyed through any of the following channels:

        •    Special Project Phone
        •    Local Office of the Resettlement Committee
        •    Resettlement Unit (RU) Headquarter in Ankara
        •    Resettlement Unit Local Office (includes representatives of Regional Directorate
             of DSI and Ministry of Public Works and Settlement (MPWS) Artvin Provincial
             Directorate)
        •    External monitoring agencies
        •    Construction Contractor (the grievance mechanism of the Construction Contractor
             to receive and process construction related grievances is given in detail in the
             Constructor’s Environmental Management Plan- CEMP Annex XV- Community
             Relations Management Plan)
        •    Yusufeli District Governorate (directly or through village headmen [muhtar])


All PAPs, no matter what their grievance is, can submit their grievance verbally or by written
petition by applying to DSI Artvin Regional Directorate or local branch office, Resettlement
Unit (RU) Headquarter in Ankara, local offices of the Resettlement Committee, MPWS
Provincial Directorate, external monitoring agencies 1 , or simply by dialing the relevant project
phone lines.

In addition, PAPs can direct their grievance via a petition to the Prime Ministry or Grand
National Assembly Commission of Petition according to Turkish Legislation. Written
grievances received by the Prime Ministry or the Grand National Assembly Commission of
Petition are forwarded to MENR and from MENR to DSI and from there to the RU.




1
 This unit is responsible for external monitoring, and independently monitors the implementation of Grievance
Redress Mechanism, collects necessary information, ensures proper implementation of Grievance Redress
Mechanism and transfers all the relevant information to RU and ensures that they are all addressed as required.

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2.1. Grievance and Redress Process

Following section provides clarifications and amendments to the respective RAP Rev. B
Chapter 10 and RAP Appendix. G.

In the grievance system, the parties involved in handling should operate in an effective
coordination and interaction so that each incoming grievance (regardless of what party
receives it) is quickly sorted out and relevant copies are forwarded to the party that is
responsible to redress it.

   •   All types of grievance will be recorded into grievance forms regardless of the
       channels through which it was received.

   •   The grievance form is comprised of four copies and each copy has a different color.
       The form includes a description of the grievance, information about the complainant
       (name, address, phone number, etc.), the name of the responsible party and the date
       it was received.

   •   One copy of a filled grievance form is given to complainant when the grievance is first
       received. The party receiving the grievance keeps the original and forwards another
       copy to the party that is responsible for addressing the grievance, while the remaining
       copy is sent to the Resettlement Unit (RU) for database entry.

   •   After the first reply, the responsible party evaluates the grievance and determines
       appropriate corrective actions, in consultation with the complainant and RU. If
       necessary, the responsible party can request to send one or several experts (as per
       Turkish Legislation or outside of the framework of the regulations if warranted) for the
       conduct of an on-site investigation of grievances. All these processes, from registering
       the grievance up to its closeout, are closely supervised by the RU. The steps of
       corrective actions, the timeframe within which it is to be completed and the responsible
       party for implementing the action are recorded in the grievance closeout form.

   •   The proposed corrective actions and timeframe of implementation should be
       determined by discussing with the complainant within 30 days from the date of receipt
       of the original grievance. If necessary, an agreement protocol can be signed among
       the complainant, RU’s relevant organization and responsible party who is tasked with
       undertaking the implementation of the corrective actions. In case of disagreement
       between the complainant and the responsible party, a minute of disagreement will be
       signed with the complainant for his/her further perusal.

   •   RU will closely supervise the whole process. Any grievance will be given
       acknowledgement of receipt within 7 working days from the date of receipt of the
       original grievance. If a grievance that is received by the channels other than RU is not
       forwarded to RU Database and relevant responsible parties within the predetermined
       time frame, or the responsible party fails to reply any grievance within 7 days or reach
       an agreement with the complainant within 30 days, or implement the corrective action
       within agreed timeframe, RU will warn all responsible parties to complete the process
       as soon as possible.

   •   RU maintains the grievance register database for all grievances and closeout forms and
       makes them available for the review of the Independent Monitors and the Committee of
       Experts (CoE). The grievance database will be organised as such that the complete
       process of handling an individual grievance is logged and can be tracked.

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In this system, for example, a PAP, who has a grievance about income restoration, can
submit the grievance to a party whose scope of work may not cover income restoration
activities. Nevertheless, the receiving party must record the grievance into a grievance form,
give a copy of the form to the complainant, take the original copy and forward the one to the
responsible party and another copy to the RU for database entry. Yusufeli District
Governorate will follow this grievance procedure as well by their designated staff. Grievance
mechanism and procedures of the Construction Contractor to receive and process
grievances is given in detail in the Constructor’s Environmental Management Plan (CEMP)
Annex XV- Community Relations Management Plan. According to this plan, also any none-
construction related complaint or request (such as on compensation and resettlement) made
to the community liaison officer or other staff of the Constructor will be received in
accordance with the procedure in the CEMP, which is in compliance with this grievance
mechanism, and forwarded to the responsible agency (the Resettlement Unit).

The grievance redress mechanism flowchart is given in Figure 1. The overall project
implementation organigramme for the project (such as resettlement, monitoring, grievance
processes) is given as Appendix 1 to this document. The responsible organizations in the
resettlement process (including the grievance mechanism) are shown in Appendix 2 of this
document.




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                           PAPs




                                 Community Resettlement
                                     Committee(s)




                  Municipality                                         NGOs and
                                                                        External
                                                                       Monitoring




                                                                                            YES




                                              Resettlement Unit                          Solution at
                                                                                         Local Level
                                            (both central and local)
                                           (Including relevant government
                                                    organizations)


                                                                                             NO




              Grievance Redress Committee


                                  Resettlement Coordination Higher Commission



        Complaints/Grievances of PAPs (direct application)

        Resolutions of Complaints

        Representative Grievance Redress [by village heads or Community Resettlement
 Committee(s)]


                     Figure 1. Grievance Redress Mechanism Flowchart




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2.2. Independent (External) Monitoring for Grievance Redress Mechanism

The main purpose of the independent monitoring is to gauge the effectiveness of preventive
and mitigation measures taken for the social impacts that might arise during the construction,
implementation and post-implementation of resettlement.

In this respect, differences in socioeconomic, health, educational and cultural status before
and after resettlement will be identified and compared. Economical problems might likely
occur after resettlement since PAPs lose their income and livelihood sources. Therefore, the
RAP aims to ensure that the living standards of PAPs are improved or preserved at least in
the pre-resettlement condition. This is checked in independent monitoring, lacking elements
are determined, corrective and preventive actions are identified and these will be provided to
the Resettlement Unit by feedbacks. Independent monitoring will cover all the resettlement
process (including expropriation, resettlement and grievance redress) and the state-assisted
resettlers and self-resettlers to the extend possible (especially a larger group of self-
resettlers, depending on their willingness to be monitored).

External monitoring will be carried out by an external independent third party. The
independent third party will be comprised of experts from an NGO, a consultant or an
academic institution. In this respect local NGOs will be supported by the means given in
income restoration, and would be included in the monitoring and consulting (for legal or
grievance redress issues) process throughout resettlement implementation.

Independent monitoring of the grievance redress mechanism will be conducted twice a year
for effective implementation by independent third party. One of these monitoring activities
will be conducted in the scope of general independent external monitoring for the
resettlement process, which will be conducted once a year. In addition to this, there will be a
second monitoring activity each year, which will only cover the grievance and redress
monitoring (for the grievance process and the solutions related to the grievances). In this
scope, generally changes in socioeconomic, health, educational and cultural status before
and after resettlement will be observed. The compensation values (compared with
replacement values), livelihood sources and achievements in livelihood restoration will be
monitored. Therefore, the RAP aims to ensure that the living standards of PAPs are
improved or preserved at least in the pre-resettlement condition and success of this will be
monitored internally and externally (by an independent third party).

The determination of the expropriation values is the main cause of grievances during the
expropriation process, so monitoring of provision of expropriation compensations at
replacement values will be carried out by independent third parties in the scope of external
monitoring as well. The principle for valuation will be replacement value (achieved by using
objective criteria) and DSI will inform PAPs in the negotiations that this is the valuation
principle. In order to provide PAPs a possibility to inform themselves from an independent
source, and to provide confidence to the ECAs that replacement values are offered, DSI will
mandate an independent third party, which is competent in these matters to carry out
following tasks:

   •   Counsel PAPs regarding the valuation principle and legal process before negotiations
       (as an offer to PAPs independent from and in addition to the counseling offered by
       the Resettlement Unit).
   •   Attend expropriation negotiations as observers, and record the expropriation values
       offered by DSI and the degree of satisfaction of PAPs.
   •   Check on compensation values offered by DSI against the replacement value
       benchmark and similar offers in the area.

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   •   Counsel PAPs regarding title deed issues and procedures (e.g. transfer of title deed
       from deceased parents to PAP's name etc) (as an offer to PAPs independent from
       and in addition to the counseling offered by the Resettlement Unit).
The Resettlement Unit will inform PAPs via the headmen that these additional counseling
services are available. DSI will make available to the independent party the negotiation
schedules with PAPs and completed valuation results for reference. The independent
monitor will report findings (satisfaction of the PAPs with expropriation values offered,
discrepancies in offers noted by the monitor, etc.) monthly to DSI, and quarterly to CoE via
an external/independent monitoring entity. The costs for the independent monitor will be
borne by the projects external monitoring budget.


2.3. Monitoring Tools on Grievance Redress

The independent monitoring for grievance redress will be a part of the impact/external
monitoring. Therefore, monitoring tools to be used for grievance redress will be among the
ones to be used for the impact/external monitoring. The tools to be used for external
monitoring are as follows:

   •   Research on the present condition of households with simple random sampling
       technique: The present condition of household research will be implemented in
       accordance with gender and vulnerability of groups to collect information regarding
       key indicators. Sampling will include only 10% of the number of households.

   •   Phone interviews with PAPs: Quantitative and qualitative data, which will be
       obtained through phone interviews with PAPs who prefer self-resettlement.

   •   In-depth interviews: In-depth interviews will be held by the authorized monitoring
       persons to interview with the stakeholders.

   •   Field Observations: Observations regarding the condition of field and resettlement
       activities.

   •   Individual interviews: Individual interviews in order to crosscheck, and direct
       observations including focus group meetings.

   •   Informal Interviews: Informal interviews with local representatives/people who
       perfectly know ongoing resettlement activities and implementations, PAPs, host
       population - if any, responsible persons for resettlement and personnel of the
       institution that implements resettlement.

   •   Obtained Data: Data will be obtained from the interviews with Turkish State Institute
       of Statistics (DIE), the health, police and education units.

   •   Grievance forms and grievance closeout forms.

   •   Performance monitoring outcome reports.




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2.4. The Role of NGOs in the Resettlement Process including the Grievance Redress
Process

Within the Yusufeli Project grievance redress mechanism, NGOs will play an important role, in
collectively expressing the grievances received from PAPs, taking opinions regarding
solutions and contributing to solutions. The position of the NGOs within the system is also
clearly shown in the grievance mechanism flowchart (Figure 1). In addition, NGOs will take a
part in the external monitoring process, so will contribute to effective redress of grievances.

NGOs could be very beneficial for the development of areas when they work together in
coalitions, pooling their resources and coordinating their lobbying efforts. One of the
important means of income restoration in the project affected area will be supporting local
investments and development actions. This will generally need preparation of documents to
get support and participation of various groups. For this purposes the leadership, guidance
and participation of local NGOs will be achieved. In this context, NGOs (through their
experts and representatives) will take part in providing training for PAPs, preparation of
information documents and project proposals and independent (external) monitoring.

Furthermore, the independent third party that will carry out the external monitoring will be
comprised of experts from an NGO, a consultant or an academic institution. Therefore,
capable NGO(s) would take part in independent counseling for the PAPs on especially legal
and grievance redress issues throughout the process.

An indicative list of NGO’s which could be proactively involved in the Yusufeli Project and
resettlement process are listed below (see Chapter 2 of RAP Report Rev B for additional
details):

   •   Kilickaya Culture, Mutual aid and Solidarity Society /YUSUFELI
   •   Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion for Reforestation and the Protection of
       Natural Habitats (TEMA) /ANKARA
   •   Chamber of Trade and Industry, Chamber of Agriculture / ANKARA
   •   Green Artvin Society / YUSUFELI
   •   Society to Support the Services of Public Education Center Management and Protect
       the Students / YUSUFELI
   •   Barhal Science Culture and Youth Sports Club Society/ YUSUFELI
   •   Yusufeli Culture and Solidarity Society/ANKARA
   •   Yusufeli Culture and Solidarity Society/ ISTANBUL
   •   Yusufeli People Culture, Mutual Aid and Solidarity Society/ BURSA
   •   Skiing, Rafting Mountain Climbing Sports Club/YUSUFELI
   •   Rural and Urban Development Foundation (RUDF)/ ANKARA




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3. AMENDMENT ON ENTITLEMENT MATRIX

After the publication date (21-07-2006) of the RAP Report Rev. B, the Resettlement Law No:
5543 was enacted on 19-09-2006 and replaced the Resettlement Law No: 2510. Thus, the
entitlement matrix was updated in accordance with the new Resettlement Law (No: 5543)
and provided as Appendix 3 to this document.




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4. AMENDMENT ON RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION

By the realization of the Yusufeli Project, a section of the Coruh River valley with its
tributaries, and consequently Yusufeli Town (District Center) and 3 villages will be completely
inundated (settlement and lands). Furthermore, 3 villages loose their village centers and
some of their lands, and 13 villages loose parts of the settlement and only a portion of their
agricultural and pasture lands.

Therefore, alternative rural resettlement sites were identified for the villages where residential
units will be affected and these sites were evaluated technically and based on the
preferences obtained during the RAP surveys and through all consultation activities
conducted till February 2007. The results were reported in the Stage 1 Feasibility Report for
Rural Resettlement Site Selection (February 2007).

The selection of the urban resettlement site (Yansiticilar and Sakut Creek Site) for New
Yusufeli District Center was finalized on 25 April 2006. A decree regarding the decision on
the site for the new Yusufeli District Centre was passed by the Board of Ministers in April
2006 and was published in the Official Gazette on 25 April 2006. The conceptual planning for
this site was also completed and this information was presented in the RAP Report Rev. B
and the report documenting the public consultation and participation meeting in Yusufeli
Town on 3 August 2006 (sent to ECA on 21 September 2006).

For further detailing of the execution of resettlement actions as set out in the framework of
the RAP Rev. B Report, resettlement implementation plans (RIPs) will be prepared for each
village and Yusufeli District Center following the completion of the official surveys of the
Ministry of Public Works and Settlement (MPWS), which will result in identification of
entitlements for the affected households (HHs), and completion of the expropriation plans for
each settlement. The contents and schedule for the preparation of these RIPs were
discussed between the representatives and experts of the ECAs during the ECA mission
between 23-30 March 2007), DSI, Consortium and consultants and finalized in the Workshop
held on 29-30 March 2007 and recorded in Minutes of meeting. Further details regarding the
results of this Workshop relevant to RIPs, the content of the RIPs and the schedule of
conducting the RIP studies are given in the following sections.


4.1. Parties Responsible for Resettlement Implementation

The roles and responsibilities of all relevant agencies were already discussed and agreed in
the high level meeting of 06.07.2006, which was chaired by the DSI General Director, with
the participation of all relevant agencies.

The workshop provided clarification and confirmation about the priorities and responsible
parties for the following activities:

   •   land acquisition activities for resettlement areas,
   •   budgeting and financial planning,
   •   technical studies (such as geological and geotechnical studies) for resettlement sites,
   •   preparation of master plans and design studies for the resettlement areas,
   •   transportation plans, and
   •   construction of structures at the resettlement sites.

Within the context of the workshop, representatives shared their opinions and confirmed their
roles and responsibilities as follows:

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SPO makes financial plans and allocate the necessary budget for the project activities,
including expropriation and resettlement. This agency is also responsible for high level
coordination of all the parties and the tasks, as well as coordination and channeling of all
relevant projects.

DSI prepares expropriation plans and carries out the expropriation activities for the lands and
assets to be expropriated due to the project. In the scope of these expropriation plans
mainly; ownership-list of assets and their owners- are determined, expropriation maps are
prepared, and the compensation values for the assets that will be lost by each HH are
determined. The expropriation plans are prepared on village basis. In principal, the
expropriation plans include a time schedule for expropriation activities, which is based on the
time schedule of the impacts to occur (such as starting from lower elevations to upper
elevations with regard to impoundment). According to this approach, villages that will be
affected at earlier stages of the project are expropriated prior to others and expropriation
activities are carried out according to the project construction time schedule. Preparation of
expropriation plans and implementation of expropriation activities are completely under the
responsibility of DSI. DSI does not apply Article 27 of the Expropriation Law in the
expropriation activities for its projects and will not use Article 27 of the Expropriation Law for
the Yusufeli Project.

MPWS – General Directorate of Disaster Affairs carries out the official surveys and
determines the entitled families and their resettlement preferences (rural, urban, etc.)
following according to Law No: 5543. It carries out all basic activities related to agricultural,
non-agricultural and physical resettlement. As a member of the Resettlement Unit it
conducts necessary studies for finalization of resettlement site selection, finalization of the
plans and projects for resettlement sites, identifying requirements of infrastructure for the
resettlement sites, identification of construction and structure types, land preparation and
trainings, income restoration, transportation and moving plans and provision of credits.
Furthermore, land acquisition for the resettlement sites are also under the responsibility of
this agency.

MPWS - General Directorate of Title Deed and Cadastral Works is responsible for the
cadastral surveys and finalization of ownership determinations in the areas to be lost due to
the project and for the proposed resettlement sites.

MPWS Bank of Provinces is responsible for the preparation of the master plans and
construction plans for the resettlement sites.

TOKI will assist the Bank of Provinces in preparation of the construction plans, will carry out
urban development plan and building designs, construct the infrastructure at the resettlement
sites and will also construct the buildings in the resettlement areas as well as making other
necessary arrangements (such as landscaping).


4.2. Content of the RIPs

The main contents of the RIP reports were discussed and agreed during the Workshop of 30
March 2007. The suggested table of contents for the RIP reports is given in Table 1.

The RIPs will be prepared by the Resettlement Unit in accordance with the time schedule
provided as Appendix 4 to this document. The drafts of the RIPs will be submitted to the
Committee of Experts and ECAs as per general schedule of the RIP activities or by 1st of
September every year for review and will be approved in final form by the relevant
Government authorities.
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Table 1. Table of Contents for the RIPs


    1.   Scope – Introduction – Project Description

    2.   Expropriation plan
           a. Cadastral survey
           b. Summary of assets to be expropriated (expropriation plans)
           c. Summary of affected owners (expropriation lists)
           d. Budget for expropriation

    3.   Results of official resettlement survey
           a. Information & consultation activities at the stage of the official resettlement
               survey
           b. Households opting for simple expropriation
           c. Households opting for Government assisted rural resettlement
           d. Households opting for Government assisted urban resettlement
           e. Households opting for moving above the reservoir with credit

    4.   Implementation plan
           a. Design
                    i. Resettlement site selection
                   ii. Geologic and geotechnical surveys
                  iii. Resettlement site development and general design parameters
                 iv. Resettlement housing design
                   v. Community infrastructure design (schools, clinics, etc…)
                 vi. Access
                 vii. Public infrastructure (water, electricity, telephone…)
           b. Implementation responsibilities
           c. Time schedule for construction and commissioning
           d. Budget

    5.   Livelihood Restoration
            a. Description of activities
                     i. Agriculture
                    ii. Businesses
                   iii. Employment
                   iv. Others
            b. Responsibilities
            c. Schedule
            d. Budget
            e. Performance monitoring

    6.   Consultation and Participation
           a. Activities, including grievance management
           b. Responsibilities, including grievance management
           c. Schedule
           d. Budget


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The content of the RIPs will generally be compliant with:
   • The World Bank’s OP 4.12, particularly its Annex A paragraphs 2 to 21
   • The IFC’s “Handbook for Preparing a Resettlement Action Plan”
   • The World Bank Involuntary Resettlement Sourcebook (Section 6).


4.2.1. Expropriation Plans

The expropriation plans for each settlement will be prepared by DSI. These plans will be
based on the results of the cadastral studies. Through these cadastral studies the ownership
in the affected settlements will be determined and the expropriation plans will provide the
final information (e.g. size, number, etc.) regarding the immovable assets (land and
structures) that will be affected from the project and the ownership status for these assets.
This information will be presented and the budget for expropriation will be included in the
RIPs based on this information.

4.2.2. Official Resettlement Surveys

The RIPs will include the results of the official surveys for each settlement, which will be
carried out by MPWS for all households in the affected settlements, and the information and
consultation activities at this stage. The results of these surveys will provide, officially, the
entitlement status of each HH and their preference regarding government assisted rural or
urban resettlement, self-resettlement or resettlement above the reservoir level with credit. In
addition, the area to be reserved for any further development will be determined and planned
according to necessity.

4.2.3. Implementation/Execution Plan for Resettlement Areas

The details of the master plans and implementation plans for the resettlement sites will be
described in the RIPs. The final resettlement site selection, results of the geotechnical and
geological studies conducted for the site will be given in the RIP report. The resettlement site
development (1:5,000 scaled master plans, 1:1,000 scaled implementation plans, 1:500
scaled urban design studies) and general design parameters as well as housing and
community infrastructure designs will be provided in the RIP reports. The necessary public
infrastructure will also be given in the RIPs. For the transportation (access) planning relevant
to the resettlement sites, an integrated plan would be conducted by taking the New Yusufeli
District Center and the resettlement sites.

The responsible parties for implementation of each activity will be clearly stated in the RIPs.
The responsible parties in general terms are presented in the previous section as well as in
Chapter 8 of the RAP Report Rev B. The time schedule for the preparation of the
resettlement areas, construction at these sites and commissioning will be provided together
with the budget breakdown.

4.2.4. Livelihood restoration

Livelihood restoration activities will be described for each resettlement area and community
in the RIPs. These will include agriculture, business (trade), employment opportunities
during construction and any other possible activity. The actions to be taken for realization of
these activities to restore the livelihood of the PAPs will be described.

For example for the PAPs, who will earn their living from agricultural activities, improvement
of land in the resettlement area, selection of most feasible crop types, establishment of
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cooperatives and provision of training can be counted among the actions that need to be
taken. Furthermore, other income opportunities such as beekeeping, fishery, livestock,
tourism will be evaluated in the RIPs and if found feasible relevant actions for these income
sources will be defined. The details regarding these actions such as the responsible parties
to conduct the actions, time schedule and budget will be provided in the RIPs. In addition,
the details of performance monitoring during the implementation will be provided.

The livelihood restoration committee (LRC) will be established under the administration of the
Resettlement Unit, in order to coordinate the necessary income restoration activities during
the resettlement process. LRC will have a designated full time Livelihood Restoration
Committee Coordinator (LRCC). This committee and the coordinator will be located in
Yusufeli. The livelihood restoration committee will have experts from local directorates of
MPWS, DSI, MoEF, and MARA, District Governorate, and Provincial Governorate, who are
experienced in such activities. The decisions for rehabilitating the income sources of
affected people in the area will be taken more rapidly and implementations will be more
vigorous through LRC/LRCC.

The LRC will be coordinated and chaired by the LRCC to achieve the following primary
tasks:

   •   Collection of data regarding present and necessary resources for agricultural
       activities at the resettlement sites (soil characteristics, availability of water resources,
       irrigation systems, crop pattern to be created, potential yield, etc.).
   •   Participation in the technical feasibility studies to determine the resettlement sites to
       make the above mentioned issues considered in the process.
   •   Maintaining communication with relevant ministries, public institutions, universities,
       NGOs, and the local population as necessary.
   •   Conducting necessary technical and economic studies so that the necessary financial
       resources are provided in the annual budget for income restoration activities.
   •   Assisting PAPs in obtaining necessary credits for agricultural production for those
       who have opted for rural resettlement.
   •   Development of alternatives for agricultural activities in view of the region’s potential
       (natural, cultural, ecological) and conducting of studies geared toward transition to
       production of crops that bring higher income on the available limited land.
   •   Informing and training PAPs that engage in agricultural activities to adopt the more
       effective agriculture practices developed for the area to increase the associated yield
       and income.
   •   Supporting the organized actions of producers and business owners through
       cooperatives, such as composed of small and medium-scale industries, and
       facilitating their access to credits and funds, creation of a competitive environment,
       ensuring easier access to raw materials, opening venues for marketing and
       developing means for higher production rates in agriculture.
   •   Providing consulting services to PAPs with regard to income restoration means.
   •   Continuous consultations with the PAPs so that the income restoration and
       rehabilitation measures can be designed based on the real needs and demands of
       PAPs, which will make these measures more efficient and effective.
   •   Providing mobile soil analysis laboratory within the scope of consulting services, thus
       allowing for the conducting of necessary chemical tests through the electronic soil
       analysis laboratory (pH, lime, nitrate and ammonium salts, organic matter,
       phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, iron, etc.) at the

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       farmers’ plots. Information on suitable fertilizers, pesticides, and irrigation
       methodology (amounts, types, frequency and etc.) will be provided to the PAPs.
   •   Monitoring of success of the implemented measures as described in Chapter 11 of
       this RAP report.
   •   Providing training for cooperatives and PAPs regarding appropriate irrigation
       techniques for alternative crop types and giving support to find technical and financial
       means for the establishment of irrigation cooperatives.
   •   Providing technical support for the cultivation of crop/plant likely to hold economic
       value in terms of alternative crop/plant cultivation (mushrooms, plums, apricots,
       cherries, sour cherries, walnuts, cucumber, capers, apples, maize, etc.) and
       conducting necessary surveys and studies for the feasibility of aromatic and medicinal
       plant cultivation.
   •   Supporting activities for animal breeding (apiculture, quail, ostrich, pheasant, duck,
       goose, and turkey breeding, fur cultivation, etc.) for income earning.
   •   Coordinating and obtaining technical support from the General Directorate of ORKOY
       for utilization of forestry resources in income restoration.
   •   Artvin Province is within the category of “First-degree Priority Development Region” of
       the Turkish Government. In this context LRC will provide technical and legal
       assistance to PAPs in relation to the possibilities in order to benefit from the
       advantages of being in the priority development region.

4.2.5. Consultation and Participation

Public consultation and participation is a very important component of the implementation of
a project and expropriation and resettlement activities associated with the project.
Consultation and participation has been an integral part of all the studies carried out for RAP
and EIA for the Yusufeli Project. This will continue throughout the implementation of the
resettlement and environmental management activities during all stages (construction and
operation) of the project. Therefore, RIPs will include description of site and settlement
specific activities for consultation and participation, which will include grievance management
mechanism in all cases. All these will be in accordance with the provisions in the RAP report
and amendment documents. In the RAP report and amendment documents a detailed
Public Participation and Consultation Plan and Grievance Redress Mechanism are provided.
The further implementation means for these and improvements, if necessary, will be
provided in the RIPs. The responsible parties for implementation and monitoring of these
activities, time schedule for the activities and the required budget will be provided in the
RIPs.

4.2.6. Budget

As it is mentioned in the sections above, for each activity detailed budget will be provided in
the RIPs. Thus, the overall budget will cover all expropriation activities, preparation and
construction activities for the resettlement sites, livelihood restoration measures and actions,
public consultation and participation process, and the monitoring and grievance mechanisms.


4.3. Time Schedule for the RIPs

Based on the framework for implementation, as set by the Rap Rev. B report, the further
steps in resettlement implementation will progress after the official start of the project (i.e. the
completion of financial and contractual packaging).

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The staged construction and related impacts on the ground (as shown in Table 2 and the
maps in Appendix 5) and thus resulting requirements by when the individual settlements
need to be relocated to the new resettlement sites, provide the basis for the timing of the
detailed planning tasks which precede site preparation and physical relocation. The time plan
foreseen for this further planning and implementation steps is provided in Appendix 4
(position numbers quoted below refer to the respective positions in this time plan).

For the rural resettlement activities, as a first step follow up activities to the Rural Sites
Feasibility Stage 1 Study (February 2007) will be conducted. This includes the searching for
about 3 – 4 additional sites for rural resettlement (Pos. 25) to enlarge the spectrum and
available size of rural site options. Further, the technical requirements such as access,
electricity etc. and more details on the possibilities for irrigation are investigated for all
designated sites (Pos. 26). In order to ensure that the PAPs are in a position to make
informed decisions about their resettlement choice during the official resettlement surveys, a
round of public consultations is made in all villages (Pos. 27). In order to strengthen the
consultation capacity in this important consultation step before the PAPs make their decision,
capacity training will be in place (details see Section 6).

After the official surveys, which will provide the actual relocation site capacity requirements in
more detail (the Rural Sites Feasibility stage 1 Study was based on the Socioeconomic
Survey Results and included as a safety margin all undecided opinions on preferences), the
detailed resettlement implementation plans (RIPs) will be produced and include detail design
of all required facilities and installations including access and preparation of the relocation
sites and their lands (for contents of RIPs was sent Section 4.2 and Table 1).

The RIPs and their implementation will follow the sequence as determined from the impact
maps. This means that priority is given to the planning of the resettlement sites, which will be
affected first. As can be seen from the time plan in Pos. 35, 51, 67 and 82 there will be 4
bundles of RIP activities to subsequently include all affected villages.

For Yusufeli Town and the urban resettlement activities, information to the PAPs on the
urban planning concept and city layout was provided in the August 2006 information and
consultations. In order to ensure that the PAPs in Yusufeli town are familiar with the latest
planning status and development at the time before the official resettlement surveys are
carried out, a public consultation (Pos. 11) will be provided under the participation of TOKI
who are the mandated urban development agency for New Yusufeli Town.

Due to the provisions of the legislation in force Circular No: 2002/034 on resettlement
implementation 2 ), for all affected settlements, the official resettlement surveys have to be
conducted at the same time (applies equally to Yusufeli town and the villages) for the
integrity of a uniform cut-off date.

As indicated above, the project construction schedule, which indicates the time of impact on
the PAPs (i.e. when expropriation and resettlement shall take place) is the basis for the time
schedule for the preparation of the RIPs. Thus, a time schedule covering four years is
prepared. First of all the villages to be affected due to construction activities are determined
on yearly basis. The villages, which will be affected in the following years, are determined

2
  Provision 1A, e of the Circular 2002/034 issued by the General Directorate of Rural Services specifies:
“Following the public consultation meetings regarding the resettlement of the families who shall loose their income
means after their settlement areas are removed or their immovable are expropriated, announcements defining the
type and conditions of resettlement concurrently take place in all settlement areas/units affected by the same
project. Note: this provision relates to the previous Resettlement Law No.2510 and applies further to under the
new Law 5543.

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according to their elevations, as defined in the expropriation plans of DSI. While preparing
the time schedule not only the village centers (settlements), but also the lands belonging to
these villages, which will be affected by the realization of the project, is taken into
consideration. The detailed time schedule is given as Appendix 4 and the table presenting
the project affected settlements and the commencement times for Expropriation Plans, RIP
studies and Expropriation Activities (Implementation) as months from the official starting of
the project is given as Table 2 below.

       First year
Official resettlement surveys will commence in the third month following the official start of
the project after the technical feasibility studies. All dates (months) given in this section and
in the appendices take the official start of the project as the reference (or time = zero).
The final result of these surveys will be the entitlements of HHs and their preferences with
regard to the resettlement types (number of HHs preferring self-resettlement, government
assisted rural/urban resettlement, resettlement with credit to upper elevations in their village).
Based on the requirements of the Resettlement Law No: 5543, these results will be obtained
at the mid of month 8. The RIP studies for Kinalicam, Irmakyani and Yenikoy villages, which
will be affected due to material borrow areas, project facilities and cofferdam elevation, will
commence in month 6 and will last for 120 days. Appendix 5-1 shows the areas, which will
be affected in the first year and the villages for which the RIP studies will be carried out.

       Second Year
After the completion of the RIP studies for the villages affected due to material borrow sites,
project facilities and cofferdam elevation (mentioned for first year), RIPs will be prepared for
the other villages according to their elevations. As a result, it is planned that RIPs for Ishan
(minimum elevation of affected lands is 550 m ASL), Tekkale (minimum elevation of affected
lands is 640 m ASL), and Arpacik (minimum elevation of affected lands is 650 m ASL), will
be commenced in month 14 and will be completed in 210 days. The study durations are
determined based on size of the affected settlements (basically the area and the number of
HHs to be affected). In addition, the RIP for the Yusufeli District Center will commence in
month 11 and will be completed in 270 days. Appendix 5-2 shows the areas, which will be
affected in the first and second years and the villages for which the RIP studies will be
carried out in year 2.

       Third Year
It is planned that RIPs for Celtikduzu and Dereici (minimum elevation of affected lands is 650
m ASL), Kilickaya and Morkaya (minimum elevation of affected lands is 700 m ASL), and
Darica and Bahceli (minimum elevation of affected lands is 750 m ASL) will be completed in
year 3. The RIP studies will commence in month 25 and will be completed in 240 days.
Appendix 5-3 presents the areas, which will be affected in the first, second and third years
and the villages for which the RIP studies will be carried out in year 3.

       Fourth Year
The RIP studies for the villages, which are located at the edges of the planned reservoir and
that will be affected comparatively much less in terms of resettlement, will be carried out in
year 4. These villages are Cirali, Alanbasi, Bostanci, Kupluce, Sebzeciler and Pamukcular. A
210-day study is estimated for the preparation of RIP reports for these villages. The studies
will commence in month 37. Appendix 5-4 presents the areas, which will be affected in the
first, second, third years and after the third year and the villages for which the RIP studies will
be carried out in year 4.

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Table 2. Project Affected Settlements and Commencement Times for Expropriation Plans, RIP studies and Expropriation Activities (Implementation)

                                                                                                          Commencement of                                      Commencement of
                                                                                                                                    Commencement of
                                                                                                              Studies for                                        Expropriation
                                                                                                                                     Studies for RIPs
                                                                                                          Expropriation Plans                                      Activities
                                  Inundation Status                                                                                (months from official
                                                                                                         (months from official                                (months from official
    No       Settlement                                                    Source of affect                                          start date of the
                                                                                                            start date of the                                   start date of the
                                                                                                                                         project)
                                                                                                                project)                                            project)
                            Village          Land and
                                                                                                                 Month                      Month                     Month
                            Center           Quarters
                                                             Water level (one quarter rock storage
1        Yusufeli Town      Completely       Completely                                                            10                        11                         36
                                                             area*)
                                                             Camp facilities and borrow area, water
2        Kinalicam          Completely       Completely                                                             5                         6                         17
                                                             level
3        Yenikoy            Completely       Completely      Borrow area and coffer-dam level                       5                         6                         17
4        Irmakyani          Completely       Completely      Coffer-dam level                                       5                         6                         17
5        Cevreli            Completely       Partially       Water level and roads                                 24                        25                         55
6        Celtikduzu         Completely       Partially       Water level                                           24                        25                         55
7        Tekkale            Completely       Partially       Water level                                           13                        14                         35
                                                             Administrative camp, management site,
8        Ishan              —                Partially                                                             13                        14                         35
                                                             switchyard site, borrow area
9        Morkaya            —                Partially       Borrow area and water level                           24                        25                         55
10       Arpacik            —                Partially       Borrow area and water level                           13                        14                         35
11       Darica             —                Partially       Borrow area and water level                           24                        25                         55
12       Bahceli            —                Partially       Water level and roads                                 24                        25                         55
13       Cirali             —                Partially       Water level and roads                                 35                        37                         55
14       Dereici            —                Partially       Water level and roads                                 24                        25                         55
15       Kilickaya          —                Partially       Water level and roads                                 24                        25                         55
16       Alanbasi           —                Partially       Water level                                           35                        37                         55
17       Bostanci           —                Partially       Water level                                           35                        37                         55
18       Kupluce            —                Partially       Water level                                           35                        37                         55
19       Sebzeciler         —                —               Dam site, concrete facilities                         35                        37                         55
20       Pamukcular         —                —               Borrow area                                           35                        37                         55
* Yeniyuva Quarter of Yusufeli is affected because of the rock storage area. This quarter will be considered together with Irmakyani Village since it is very close to this village.

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5. AMENDMENT ON RESETTLEMENT BUDGET

Feasibility Studies for Rural Resettlement Site Selection were conducted after the publication
date (21-07-2006 on DSI webpage) of the RAP Report Rev. B. The Stage 1 Feasibility
Report for Rural Resettlement Site Selection was prepared February 2007. As part of these
studies costs for the development (selection, preparation and construction) of alternative
rural resettlement sites were estimated.

In addition, based on the results of the RAP workshop at DSI in Ankara (29-30 March 2007)
establishment of a committee of experts was agreed between DSI and ECAs.

Furthermore, the Resettlement Unit, which will be the responsible organization for the
implementation of the resettlement plan and all related activities (so will act such as the
project implementation unit), will be established. This unit will be the authority to ensure
coordination and proper implementation of the RAP activities.

The costs estimated for the above positions, including the costs of establishment and
operation of the Resettlement Unit (costs for; staff times for the number of persons given in
the Project Implementation Organigramme, necessary infrastructure, operation and directs),
were incorporated into the RAP budget and the RAP budget was updated. In this context,
the consolidated budget breakdown was prepared, the RAP Budget Table (Table 12.28) in
Chapter 12 of the RAP Report was updated and the project financial plan was prepared,
which are given as Appendix 6, Appendix 7, and Appendix 8 to this document, respectively.




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6. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING


6.1. Rationale and Objective

Best international practice in community engagement and consultation in the framework of
large infrastructure projects has considerably changed in the last 10 years. Some major
projects have achieved vast progress in this area, including for example some mining or
infrastructure projects in Russia and the Ukraine, or the BTC pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia
and Turkey.

Meanwhile, the review that was done in March 2007 at the Yusufeli site indicates that DSI
and the Consortium have made substantial progress on community engagement and
consultation. However, whereas Administration officials and village muhtars generally appear
well-informed, it must also be recognized that the expropriation and resettlement legislation
and related processes are extremely complex (for instance, entitlements – i.e. “who gets
what?” - are particularly challenging to explain and to understand), and that these efforts will
need to be strengthened once the Project reaches the implementation phase.

In the Turkish legislative framework, a critical stage for meaningful engagement and
consultation is the step where entitlements are explained to PAPs (“official resettlement
survey”) in view of PAPs’ option (government-assisted resettlement or expropriation).

It was therefore agreed that DSI take steps to strengthen the capacity of the implementation
personnel in the field of community engagement and consultation. The activities proposed for
this purpose are given below (for which the costs will be met from the contingency item in the
budget) and the capacity building activities described in this scope are included in the time
schedule (Capacity building for implementation of resettlement activities), which is given as
Appendix 4 (e.g. Pos. 29) to this document.


6.2. Proposed Activities

The following activities are foreseen to strengthen further DSI implementation personnel
capacity:

   -   Workshop on community engagement and consultation – 3 days in Artvin or Ankara –
       participants mainly from DSI, with also participants from other organizations involved
       in expropriation and resettlement activities – facilitated by a Community Engagement
       specialist familiar with Turkey, with inputs from DSI personnel and other Turkish
       Governmental and Non-Governmental NGOs with practical experience in community
       engagement - proposed topics:

          o   Introduction: the benefits of community engagement in a risk minimization
              context

          o   Best practice and case studies – 1 day:
                     International requirements (World Bank, EU, others),
                     Recent successful initiatives in the region (e.g. BTC in Azerbaijan and
                     Turkey, road consultation in Ukraine, mining projects in Russia)




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          o   Methods for community engagement – 1 day:
                    Brief introduction to participatory techniques
                    Engaging with all – the benefits and risks of engaging with
                    representatives – gender dimensions – vulnerable groups
                    Meaningful information: written and verbal material, time dimension,
                    how to receive feedback – case studies from DSI practice

          o   How to integrate meaningful information and community engagement in
              resettlement and expropriation activities in the Turkish legislative context:
                      Information steps to take at the official survey stage
                      Further measures to take to keep information flowing during the Project
                      implementation (information offices, community liaison staff, community
                      focal points)
                      Linkage with Contractor community relation efforts
                      Linkage with other institutions involved in resettlement and
                      expropriation, particularly Ministry of Public Works and Settlement,
                      TOKI, and potentially others

  -    On-the-job guidance by a community engagement specialist to DSI and MPWS
       implementation personnel during the official survey and further (two to three technical
       support trips to site). Follow-up by Turkish specialists.




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7. EMPLOYMENT POLICY OF THE CONSTRUCTOR FOR YUSUFELI PROJECT

       Note: This is an update of the Draft Employment Policy, which is included
       in the Constructor’s Environmental Management Plan (CEMP), Nov 2006.


The DOGUS Construction believes that human resources are its real capital, a principle,
which also serves as the basis for all of its endeavors. The DOGUS Construction is one of
the most envied companies in Turkey and abroad for its professional versatility, continuity
and quality.

Our target is to attract and employ the most qualified manpower, improve them and provide
their permanency in DOGUS Construction family. The main principle of our policy of human
resources is to provide the conditions in which our personnel feel happy and proud to be a
member of DOGUS Construction.

In any construction project DOGUS offers advantageous job opportunities for those who
prefer to work within the principals of:

   •     Customer-focused service,

   •     Synergy,

   •     Team spirit,

   •     Openness to change,

   •     Continuous development,

   •     Seeking out and sharing knowledge,

   •     Modesty,

   •     Thinking systematically and strategically,

   •     High quality work,

   •     Concentration on health & safety and environmental issues within the Integrated
         Management System,

particularly from the locality where the construction activities will take place.

The people who will be affected by the implementation of the Yusufeli Project have
precedence for employment to the extent possible, depending on necessary manpower
resources, provided that the required proficiencies are demonstrated using proven methods
of skill evaluation. Where reasonable, training is provided to those who need more
proficiency in their skills.

All candidates who apply to the DOGUS Construction are treated fairly and objectively, are
informed of employment decisions in a timely and correct manner, and any information that
they share with DOGUS Construction remains confidential.



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Employment opportunities and the policy that where possible preferential employment will be
given to PAP households will be communicated in the project affected villages and Yusufeli
town according to the mechanisms set out in the Community Relations Management Plan
(Annex XV of the CEMP).

The Dogus Construction site office will keep a register to log and track the construction
employment process. Based on the list of PAP households, the site management will attempt
a balanced employment from PAPs from the affected villages and Yusufeli town. Dogus
Construction is committed to recruit up to 30% of the workforce needed for the construction
activities from PAP households.




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           APPENDICES




     YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
            APPENDIX 1

  PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

         ORGANIGRAMME




     YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
  APPENDIX 1. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION ORGANIGRAMME

                                                   Resettlement Unit                                      Resettlement Coordination Commission
ECAs                                                   Hikmet İçten                                                             (SPO)
                                                (Resettlement Coordinator)
                                                       (DSI-Ankara)                                           --------------------------------------------
                Committee of Experts            Accountant, Environmental                                 Central Resettlement Commission(SPO)
              (International &Turkish):                   Expert                                                (Chairman; undersecretary)
                    Environment –                                                                         (set up according to Article 18/3 of Law No 5543)
                     Resettlement                                                                                    DSİ, MPWS/TOKİ, MARA



                                                                                                                  Local Resettlement Commission
                                                                                                                    Artvin Governorate in Artvin
                                                                                                        Head of the Commission (Abdurrahman Çobanoğlu,
                                                                                                        in Artvin 26 th Regional DSI office) (with 3 staff)
                                                                                                        Director of Section of Special Provincial Administrator
                                                                                                        (Recep Coskun) (with 2 staff)
                                           Resettlement District Manager                                Regional directorate of Forestry (Orhan Bıyıklı) (with 2
                                          (Abdurrahman Çobanoğlu, in Artvin                             staff)
                                              26 th Regional DSI office)                                Provincial Directorate of Public Works and Settlelement
                                                                                                        (Bayram Okumuş) (with 5 staff)
                                                                                                        Directorate of Cadastral works (İsmail Salt) (with 2 staff)
         External              DSİ
          Impact           Performance
        Monitoring          Monitoring       Livelihood Restoration Committee
          Group               Group                 (in Artvin and Yusufeli)                               Local Resettlement Commission District
                                             Chaired by Livelihood Restoration                                          Governor Yusufeli
       (independent)                               Committee Coordinator                                   District Represantatives of MPWS,
                                                                                                           Land Titling, Agriculture, Finance and
         External                                                                                          relevant directorates
        Grievance                                                                                          (set up according to Article 18/3 of Law No 5543)
        Monitoring                                                                                         TOKİ Subunit
          Group                                 Resettlement Executives
                                                 (in Artvin and Yusufeli)
       Completion
       Auditor(s)

                                                 Technical Support Unit                Resettlement Officers
                                                       (in Yusufeli)                   (in Artvin and Yusufeli)
                                            -2 technical expert from DSI            -3 techical experts assigned by
                                            -1 technical expert from MPWS               DSI and by MPWS




                                                          Community Resettlement
                                                                Committees:
               Grievance Redress                     Yusufeli Mayor, Village Heads, Elderly
                                                        Councils, PAP Representatives
              APPENDIX 2

RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE

     RESETTLEMENT PROCESS




       YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
  ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
                   Resettlement Coordination          The Resettlement Coordination Higher Commission (RCC), which is the high level decision making authority to take overall
                                                      responsibility of the resettlement process and chaired by the DPT, comprises of all the governmental organizations. When
                      Higher Commission
                                                      required, the representatives of relevant NGOs and/or PAPs will also be invited to the meetings of the commission


                 Grievance Redress Committee          The grievance redress committee will be comprised of both the approving and implementing agencies and representatives of the
                                                      affected groups and will function at the local level as a balancing body to ensure fairness at the grievance mechanism.



                Local Resettlement Commission         The Local Resettlement Commission will be comprised at the provincial level, and will be headed by the governor. The main
                                                      task of this local resettlement commission is to identify the entitlement right holders.

                                                                RESETTLEMENT UNIT
                  Resettlement Coordinator            The resettlement activities will be coordinated by an authorized person from the Real Estate and Expropriation Department of
                                                      DSI General Directorate. The coordinator will ensure the high-level coordination between relevant governmental organizations
                                                      the supervise the resettlement unit. The coordinator will also take place at the resettlement higher coordination.


                Resettlement District Manager         The resettlement District Manager will be an authorized person from the DSI 26. District Management. The Manager will provide
                                                      local coordination and supervise the team for the efficiency of the income restoration monitoring, participation and grievance
                                                      redress mechanisms. Besides Resettlement District Manager will report the activity results to Resettlement Coordinator.


             Livelihood Restoration Committee (LRC)   Livelihood Restoration Committee (LRC) will be authorized by RCC during the establishment meeting of Resettlement Unit in
                                                      Ankara; however, LRC will be located in Yusufeli. The LRC will be coordinated and chaired by the designated Livelihood
FIELD TEAM




                Chaired by Livelihood Restoration
                  Committee Coordinator (LRCC)        Restoration Committee Coordinator (LRCC), who will also be located in Yusufeli. The experts working for Resettlement Unit will
                                                      also be serving for LRC Besides, in order to efficiently implement income restoration activities; LRCC will be authorized by Artvin
                                                      Governorship for coordination of the local governmental organizations.
                  Resettlement Executives             The resettlement executives will be two authorized person from DSI 26. District Management and MPWS, Provincial
                                                      Management. The executives will be responsible for the management of participation and consultation activities, village
                                                      meetings and supervision of the technical support unit and the resettlement officers.

                                                      The technical support unit will be comprised of 2 technical experts from         Three officers will be assigned by DSI, and
              Technical            Resettlement       DSI, and 1 from the MPWS. The main task of this unit is to provide               MPWS. The main duties of the officers are to
             Support Unit            Officers         technical support to the relevant organizations and NGO’s and undertake          provide information to the public and the
                                                      technical studies when required (for grievance redress, income                   relevant organizations and to receive the
                                                      restoration, monitoring etc.)                                                    grievances.

                  Community Resettlement              The community resettlement committees will be comprised of the village headmen, elderly council, representatives of groups
                                                      with different interests and vulnerable groups. The main objective in promoting the establishment of these committees is to
                      Committee(s)
                                                      enhance the communication between PAPs and the resettlement unit.


                                     Appendix 2. The Responsible Organizations in the Resettlement Process
            APPENDIX 3

UPDATED ENTITLEMENT MATRIX




     YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
    Appendix 3-1. Updated Entitlement Matrix (According to New Resettlement Law: 5543)

     Category of                                                                                                                                                 ENTITLEMENTS
       Project                                                 Expropriation Compensation (Law 4650) for the loss of
                                                                                                                                                                                              (1)                                                   (2)                     Other Direct Assistance and
       Affected                                                        Case B                                                                       Government Assisted Resettlement                                     Government Assisted                                  Development Measures
    Person (PAP)     Type of                              (HH looses both land and house /                                                                     (Law 5543)                                   Collective Resettling (50%+1) out of the Reservoir
                                 Expropriation                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (Also applies to PAPs who are not entitled to
      Based on        Loss                                           structures)                    Business Income / Income                                                                                             area with Credit Option
    Physical Loss                Compensation                                                                                                                                                                                                                             expropriation compensation and/or
                                                             Case A                  Case C              Generating Means                   Agricultural Resettlement              Non-Agricultural                       (Law 5543, Art.16, and                     government assisted resettlement (Case D),
     (HH refers to                                    (HH looses house)        (HH looses land)                                               (Rural Resettlement)               (Urban Resettlement)                    Reg. (OG 26124), Art.13)
      Household)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      and PAPs who choose Self-Resettlement)
                                                             Assets                  Crops
                                -Project affected   -Assets lost or            -Compensation    - Owners will be compensated for          PAP HHs are entitled to:             PAP HHs are entitled to:     Plot will be provided to PAP HH (to be repaid).          All official expenditures related to land titles,
                                structures will     damaged (if any)           will be paid     loss business structures at                Plot and house (5543, Art           Plot and house (Art 9(1) a   Loans can be provided to the families, who purchase      court proceedings 1 , fees and other
                                be expropriated.    within the project area    within the       replacement cost through the               9(1)a ), land, required             ), Work place and its        reserved building plots, to support that PAPs can        expenditures related to expropriation are
                                Compensation        will be compensated        expropriation    expropriation compensation                 agricultural inputs, agricultural   building plot (all to be     construct their house by themselves in subsequent        paid by the project sponsor (4650,Art.29),
                                at replacement      within the                 procedure.       procedure,                                 structures or building plot (all    repaid from deposited        years. Plans for model houses are provided free to
    1. Owners:                  value will be       expropriation value.                        - For the restoration of income from       to be repaid from deposited         expropriation money and      PAPs. (5543, Art. 16-(1)d). If necessary, in case that   - Owners will be permitted to take useful
                                paid within 45      -If any damage to the     -If there is any    live stocking, all the villagers will be expropriation money and             payback of credits)          they [PAPs] are subjected to debt], entitled families    materials of their expropriated buildings for
                                days of             assets outside the        damage to crops     relocated at a place with                payback of credits), together       together with a business     are provided loans for house and building for their      reuse without deduction in expropriation
                     Loss of    agreement.          expropriation area, the                       pastureland, or, if this is un           with in kind and in-cash            loan (operation credit) to   business in accordance with the terms and conditions
                     owned                                                    outside the                                                                                                                                                                            value. Convenient time will be given for
                                -No property        cost of damage will be    expropriation       available, they will be provided with operation and equipment                enable them a life as        defined in the new Regulations (5543, Art. 16-(1)e)      these activities.
                     property                       compensated (Law                              an appropriate stable. MPWS will         loans, as provisioned in            craftsmen, artisans and
                                transfer before                               area, the cost of                                                                                                             Reg (OG 26124).                                           - Self Resettlers will receive counseling
                                the payment is      6200, Art. 35).           the damage will     provide credits.                         agricultural resettlement           tradesmen (5543, Art
                                                                                                                                           project. (5543, Art 9(1) c).        9(1)b ).                     - Cost of land plot will be repaid within 5 years.        arranged by the Artvin Provincial
                                made.               -Transportation cost of   be compensated
                                                    movable equipments        (Law 6200, Art.                                                                                                               - Construction credits for house, agricultural structures Governorate.
                                -Payment of                                                                                                                                                                 and relevant structure will be given (75 % of total       - Development projects regarding small and
                                shared owners       will be compensated.      35).
                                                                                                                                                                                                            cost). This credit is repaid within 20 years after 5      medium size enterprises (SMEs) will be
                                will be awarded                                                                                                                                                             years grace period with annual 5 % interest (as per       initiated and supported and assisted by
                                on the basis of                                                                                                                                                             Reg. March 30, 2006, OG 26124, Art.16).                   Prime Ministry, SRAP Programmes and
                                structure                                                                                                                                                                                                                             KOSGEB (see section 7.4).
                                owned.                                                                                                                                                                      The resettled village community is entitled to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                            provision of public infrastructure and Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                            centers (Resettlement Law 5543 Article 16 d)




1
  If there is no agreement on the amount of compensation during negotiation, DSİ has to take the matter to court and pays all expenditures related to the dispute . In case the owner is not found or in the case of dispute ownership DSİ takes the matter to court for determination of compensation and
registration and pays for all court costs.
Appendix 3-1. Updated Entitlement Matrix (According to New Resettlement Law: 5543)

 Category of                                                                                                                                                      ENTITLEMENTS
   Project                                                        Expropriation Compensation (Law 4650) for the loss of
                                                                                                                                                                                             (1)                                                  (2)                      Other Direct Assistance and
   Affected                                                               Case B                                                                   Government Assisted Resettlement                                     Government Assisted                                  Development Measures
Person (PAP)         Type of                                (HH looses both land and house /                                                                  (Law 5543)                                   Collective Resettling (50%+1) out of the Reservoir
                                 Expropriation                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (Also applies to PAPs who are not entitled to
  Based on            Loss                                              structures)                     Business Income / Income                                                                                        area with Credit Option
Physical Loss                    Compensation                                                                                                                                                                                                                            expropriation compensation and/or
                                                               Case A                  Case C               Generating Means                Agricultural Resettlement            Non-Agricultural                        (Law 5543, Art.16, and                     government assisted resettlement (Case D),
 (HH refers to                                           (HH looses house)        (HH looses land)                                            (Rural Resettlement)             (Urban Resettlement)                     Reg. (OG 26124), Art.13)
  Household)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and PAPs who choose Self-Resettlement)
                                                               Assets                   Crops
2. Tenants,                      Tenants are not                                  Crops are          For households that may have          (cont. from above)                                              - Villagers who loose their rights from the forest usage - Artvin is a “Priority Development Province”;
Customary                        entitled to          Occupants who have          considered as a   commercial income losses due to                                                                        will be relocated at a close distance to a forest area, if therefore, business incentives such as tax
Owners and                       Expropriation        erected a structure on      component of      loss of business structures, non-                                                                      possible.                                                  exemptions for investments are possible.
Occupants:                       Compensation.                                    the expropriated  owners will have a chance to            (<- see footnote 1)
                                                      non-owned land or on                                                                                                                                 - Transportation cost of movable equipments will be      - The necessary funds and incentives will be
                                 Customary            the land titled on the      land and          own business associated                                                                                compensated through providing vehicles and means         provided by DPT (SPO) to be used for
                                 Owners will          name of others              compensation is   structures as a government             Alternatively, Both for Agriculture and Non-Agriculture         necessary for transport by the Governorship of Artvin    development projects in the region (see
                                 after cadastral      receive compensation        paid to the       provision in case they are entitled    Resettlement: Upon request of the PAPs, resettlement            for government assisted resettlers.                      section 7.6 and 7.7).
                                 survey and           for the minimum             landowner as      and choose government assisted         credits can be given to the families totally or individually,
                                                                                  part of the       resettlement. Through this                                                                                                                                      - Training programs will be provided to PAPs
                                 acknowledgeme        material value of the                                                                if the house, work place structure and agricultural land                                                                 by SRAP, MARA, KOSGEB (see section 7.6
                                 nt of their rights   structure and               expropriation     provision the loan would enable        are found by themselves and their proposal is approved
                                                                                  value). The       the restoration of their income                                                                                                                                 and 7.7).
                                 to the land have     expropriation value of                                                               by the Ministry of Public Works and Settlement (5543,
                                 the same rights      the trees. (Law 5177,       tenant should     level at least to their conditions     Art 9 (1)ç)                                                                                                              - Assistance and support to PAPs for
                                 as legal owners      Art.35)                     claim for the     before the realization of the                                                                                                                                   development of fishery/aquaculture will be
                                                                                  value of his/her  project.                               Reg (OG 26124): Both for urban and rural resettlement,          A protocol will be signed between TOKİ, MPWS and         provided by DSI (see section 7.6 and 7.7).
                                 (see 1 above).       The Resettlement Unit crops from the                                                 to make resettlers productive again, following credits
                                                                                                    - Villagers who loose their rights                                                                     DSİ. It is planned that TOKİ construct houses and        - Loans and donations from miscellaneous
                                                      will provide                landowner.                                               and aids will be provided: a) Equipage Credit, b)               work places to a higher number than requested by
                                                      information to the non-                       from the forest usage will be          Operational Credit: c) Non-Repayable Resettlement Aid.                                                                   programs and organizations like MARA will
                                 Occupants who                                                      relocated at a close distance to a                                                                     PAPs for Government Assisted Resettlement. PAPs          be available (see section 7.6 and 7.7).
                                 have erected a       owner PAPs about the                                                                 At the time when they are being transferred to their new        who are not entitled to Gov. ass. resettlement will be
                     Loss of                                                                        forest area, if possible.
                                 structure on         legal situation and         The                                                      settlement locations; PAPs will be provided medical help,       able to purchase from TOKI according to the TOKI         - SRAP will support and assist local
                     non-
                                 non-owned land       actions the PAP can         Resettlement      - For the restoration of income        accommodation, food, fuel and the support of clothing for       framework.                                               investments and development actions (see
                     owned
                                 or on the land       take to claim his           Unit will provide from livestocking, all the villagers   persons in need. (5543, Art9 (3), to be further specified                                                                section 7.6 and 7.7).
                     property
                                 titled on the        share.                      information to    will be relocated at a place where     by new Regulation).                                             The legal transfer of the land, house plots and          - The dam construction contractor will
                     or                                                           the non-owner     there will be pastureland or if not
                                 name of others                                                                                            In case governmental resettlement is delayed, PAPs              structures is exempt from taxes and fees and duties      provide preferential employment to PAPs
                     Loss of     receive                                          PAPs about the    available, they will be provided                                                                       (5543, Art35, 36)                                        (targeted 30% of workforce) when recruiting
                                                                                  legal situation   with an appropriate stable.            receive free assistance for temporary re-settlement (e.g.
                     structure   compensation                                                                                                                                                                                                                       construction workers and personnel (see
                                                                                  and actions the   MPWS will provide credits.             free housing (5543, Art9(3), to be further specified by
                     on non-     for the minimum                                                                                                                                                                                                                    section 7.5 ).
                                                                                  PAP can take to                                          new Regulation). Non-repayable aids for maximum 2
                     owned       material value
                                                                                  claim his share.                                         years will be paid. (Reg. OG 26124, Art.8c).
                     land        of the structure
                                 and                                            Occupants who                                              Transportation for PAPs (and their movable property) to
                                 expropriation                                  have planted                                               the new settlement locations will be provided free of
                                 value of the                                   trees on non-                                              charge by the government pursuant to the Transportation
                                 trees. (Law                                    owned land or                                              Project to be prepared. (5543, Art9 (4)):
                                 5177, Art.35)                                  on the land titled                                         Per Diems (lowest official gov. rate) will be paid to the
                                                                                on the name of                                             PAPs during moving (Reg. OG 26124, Art.8d)
                                                                                others receive
                                                                                expropriation
                                                                                value of trees.                                            The legal transfer of the land, house plots and structures
                                                                                (Law 5177,                                                 is exempt from taxes and fees and duties (5543, Art35,
                                                                                Art.35)                                                    36)
                                                                                                                                           In accordance to this Law, title deeds are given [to the
                                                                                                                                           resettlers] after registering to the Title Deeds Office
                                                                                                                                           without any fee. Registration of the immovable
                                                                                                                                           properties, tendering, mortgage and credit procedures
                                                                                                                                           are not subject to stamp tax and fee.

D.1.                                                                                                 - PAPs, who lose their non-
PAPs who are                                                                                         owned business and are not                                                                            Entitled to same as above                                This PAP group is entitled to benefit from
not entitled to                                                                                      entitled to governmental                                                                                                                                       other government assisted aids (Figure 7.8),
expropriation                                                                                        resettlement under the provisions                                                                                                                              such as construction phase benefits, extra
compensation                                                                                         of resettlement law, will have the                                                                    A protocol will be signed between TOKİ, MPWS and         loans, credits; and all indirect measures
and                  Loss of                                                                         chance to buy a shop from TOKI                                                                        DSİ. It is planned that TOKİ construct houses and
                                                                                                                                           A protocol will be signed between TOKİ, MPWS and                                                                         (Figure 7.9) and development projects
government           non-                                                                            on loan basis. This will enable                                                                       work places to a higher number than requested by
                                        N/A                    N/A                     N/A                                                 DSİ. It is planned that TOKİ construct houses and work                                                                   (Figure 7.10).
assisted rural       owned                                                                           them to re-establish their                                                                            PAPs for Government Assisted Resettlement. PAPs
                                                                                                                                           places to a higher number than requested by PAPs for
or urban             property                                                                        businesses. Operational credits                                                                       who are not entitled to Gov. ass resettlement will be
               (3)
                                                                                                                                           Government Assisted Resettlement. PAPs who are not
resettlement                                                                                         can be obtained from HALK             entitled to Gov. ass resettlement will be able to purchase      able to purchase from TOKI according to the TOKI
                                                                                                     Bank.                                 these from TOKI according to the TOKI framework.                framework.
 Appendix 3-1. Updated Entitlement Matrix (According to New Resettlement Law: 5543)

   Category of                                                                                                                                                     ENTITLEMENTS
     Project                                                    Expropriation Compensation (Law 4650) for the loss of
                                                                                                                                                                                               (1)                                                   (2)                      Other Direct Assistance and
     Affected                                                           Case B                                                                        Government Assisted Resettlement                                      Government Assisted                                 Development Measures
  Person (PAP)        Type of                              (HH looses both land and house /                                                                      (Law 5543)                                    Collective Resettling (50%+1) out of the Reservoir
                                   Expropriation                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (Also applies to PAPs who are not entitled to
    Based on           Loss                                           structures)                Business Income / Income                                                                                                   area with Credit Option
  Physical Loss                    Compensation                                                                                                                                                                                                                             expropriation compensation and/or
                                                              Case A                Case C          Generating Means                           Agricultural Resettlement           Non-Agricultural                          (Law 5543, Art.16, and                    government assisted resettlement (Case D),
   (HH refers to                                         (HH looses house)      (HH looses land)                                                 (Rural Resettlement)            (Urban Resettlement)                       Reg. (OG 26124), Art.13)
    Household)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and PAPs who choose Self-Resettlement)
                                                              Assets                 Crops
  D.2.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PAPs in this category will continue to earn
  PAPs who are                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         their regular salaries, insurances, pensions
  Government                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and allowances by the government, which
  employees                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            will not be affected due to displacement.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Entitled to same as above (including purchase from      Their travel and moving expenses and per-
  [If they are                                                                                                         N/A                     (Government officers and civil servants are not entitled        TOKİ) if pensioners are registered village population   diems during transportation to the new
  registered                                                                                                                                  to government assisted rural or urban resettlement; Reg.         and residing in the village, they can purchase land     location that they are appointed to and their
  village                             The same                                        The same                                                                                                                 and request construction credit                         salaries for the period that they cannot
                     Loss of                                  The same                                                                                       OG 26124, Art.6B (a)6)
  population and                    expropriation                                   expropriation                                                                                                                                                                      actually work due to these activities will be
                     property                              expropriation
  residing in the                  entitlement like                                entitlement like                                                                                                                                                                    paid by the government.
                                                         entitlement like an                                                                                                                                   (Reg (OG 26124), Art.13a1)
  village, they                     an owner or a                                   an owner or a
                                                         owner or a tenant
  can purchase                          tenant                                          tenant
  land and
  request
  construction
  credit
  (Reg OG 26
  124 Art 13 (a)
  1)]

1) Eligibility criteria for Agricultural / Non-Agricultural (formerly “Rural/Urban”) government resettlement (Law 5543):
      -    Owners must be residing in the area affected by the project (Reg. OG 26124, Art.6B (a)3)
      -    (Owners permanently working outside the affected region (i.e. who are not registered as local residents at the date of official resettlement survey) are not eligible to Agricultural / Non-Agricultural government resettlement (Law 5543, Article 12 / 2)).

Tenants (i.e. non owners) must be residing in the expropriation affected area at least three years (Law 5543, Art.12 /1-b),
  (Retired persons, small traders and artisans who earn more than 12 times the monthly minimum official wage per annum are not entitled to government assisted rural or urban resettlement (Reg. OG 26124, Art.6B (a)7)
  (Government officers and civil servants are not entitled to government assisted rural or urban resettlement (Reg. OG 26124, Art.6B (a)6)
Conditions: PAPs must commit to deposit the required share of their expropriation money necessary to repay for the plot, house and land delivered by the government. (5543, Art 12(4)b, Art 32) Requests for entitlement will be evaluated at household base (household must be considered as a
family to be entitled for government assisted rural / urban resettlement and Collective Resettling (50%+1) out of the Reservoir area with Credit Option (Law 5543, Art.16, and Reg (OG 26124), Art.13) ; see Chapter 4).
HHs can waive their resettlement rights before the allocation of resettlement houses/plots.

2) Eligibility criteria: PAPs must reside in the village for at least one year (registered in the village) (Reg. OG 26124, Art.13a) (Government officials, civil servants, pensioners/ retired persons, small traders artisans are also entitled if they are registered village population list and residing in the
village)). [Subject to new regulation]
Villagers (registered village population) who have to leave village temporarily because of the several reasons (education, health, seasonal works, and similar), which can be proven, are entitled to purchase land. (Reg OG 26 124 Art 13 (a) 5
Villagers who are working elsewhere as artisan, small trader, or who are working out of Turkey but their family members are residing in the village are entitled to purchase land and to construction credit. (REG OG 26 124 Art 13 (a) 3.)
Conditions: 50% + 1 vote of the voting population must request collective moving out of the reservoir area (Law 5543, Art.16 (2)):

 3) Reasons:
-They (retired persons, small traders, artisans) have annual income above the minimum official wage
-They have been living in the area less than 3 years (eligibility criteria for government resettlement) or less than 1 year (eligibility criteria for 50%+1 vote resettlement/moving out of reservoir area).


Note: Expropriation Compensation and Resettlement of PAPs will be implemented in line with the Turkish legislation in force. The latest revision of the entitlement matrix reflects the present status. The Resettlement Law 5543 passed in September 2006 makes reference to a Regulation to be
passed which will specify implementation details. Article 47 of the law 5543 specifies that a respective regulation should be passed within 6 months after enactment of the Law 5543. The Transitionary Article 3 further instructs that until a new regulation is enacted, the provision of the previous
regulations remain applicable under the condition that they do not contradict the law 5543. In this respect, there is no gap in the resettlement legislation. At present, the new regulation is under discussion in the legislative process of the Turkish Parliament. Since the new law 5543 has brought
clarifications and improvement for the PAPs it is anticipated that the new Regulation will be in the same spirit. As part of the further consultation process (resettlement surveys) PAPs will be provided with respective up to date information on the applicable legal regulations and provisions.
Appendix 3-2. Updated Entitlement Matrix for the Project Affected Entities

                                                                                                                                                                                                    ENTITLEMENTS
   Category of                                                                   Expropriation Compensation (Law 4650) for the loss of
                                                                                                                                                                                        Government Assisted Resettlement                                  Government Assisted
 Project Affected                              Land                                                           Compensation for the loss of                                                        (Law 5543)                          Collective Resettling (50%+1) out of the Reservoir area with
  Person (PAP)             Type of Loss        acquisition                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Other Direct Assistance and
Based on Physical                                                     Temporary                                                                                                                                                                               Credit Option
                                                                                                      Assets                    Crops                 Business Income /   Agricultural Resettlement (Rural       Non-Agricultural                                                                              Development Measures
      Loss                                                             Acquirement                                                                                                                                                                        (Law 5543, Art.16, and
                                                                                                                                                     Income Generating             Resettlement)               (Urban Resettlement)                      Reg. (OG 26124), Art.13)
                                                                                                                                                           Means
 Project Affected        Loss of lands        - Lands required       - Easement right will     - Compensation of      MoEF transfers the forest              NA                         NA                             NA                                         NA                                                     NA
 Entity                                       by the project will    be established on         assets will be         areas to DSI without
                                              be transferred to      the land as required      awarded to the         compensation and the
1) Ministry of                                DSI.                   by the project. No        MoEF.                  villagers are allowed to cut
Environment and                               No price is paid       price is paid for this                           down the trees in the
Forestry (MoEF)                               for the land.          purpose.                                         inundation zone for their
                                                                                                                      own purposes.
2) Village              Loss of common        - Fair                 - Fair compensation       - Fair compensation - Fair compensation will be              NA                          NA                             NA                                         NA                                 Graveyards will be relocated by the project
Administration          property              expropriation          will be paid to           will be paid to     paid to Village                                                                                                                                                                                sponsor (DSI)
(Village head and       (Land, building and   compensation will      Village                   Village             Administration
village (elderliness)   other assets such     be paid to Village     Administration            Administration
council)                as graveyards etc.)   Administration


3) Treasury             Loss of land          - Lands required       - Lands will be           - Assets (if any)      NA                                    NA                          NA                             NA                                         NA                                                     NA
(Ministry of Finance)                         by the project will    transferred to DSI        required by the
                                              be allocated to        as required by the        Project will be
                                              DSI.                   project.                  allocated to DSI.
4) Ministry of       Loss of state            - Category of          - Category of             -The value of the      Compensation will be paid             NA                          NA                             NA                                         NA                                                     NA
Agriculture an Rural owned                    Pastureland will       Pastureland will be       assets (if any) will   to the MARA – grass value
Affairs              pasturelands             be changed upon        changed upon the          be paid to the         for 20 years
                                              the request of         request of DSI. The       MARA.
                                              DSI. The land will     land will first be
                                              first be registered    registered on
                                              on Treasury, then      Treasury, and then
                                              it will be allocated   it will be allocated to
                                              to DSI.                DSI.
5) Other                Loss of lands,        - Immovable            - The value required      -Disassembling,     -Fair compensation will be               NA                          NA                             NA                                         NA                                                     NA
Governmental            buildings and other   properties will be     for temporary             transportation and paid to the owner
Organizations           assets such as        transferred to         occupancy will be         assembling          organization.
                        telephone lines,      DSI.                   awarded to the            compensation for
                        electricity lines,                           owner organization.       movable assets will
                        water channels etc.   - The value of the                               be paid to relevant
                                              asset will be paid                               organization.
                                              to the relevant
                                              organization.
               APPENDIX 4

RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION TIME

                SCHEDULE




        YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
   ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
                                                                                                         Official Project Start
Appendix 4. Resettlement Implementation Time Schedule                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Impoundment
  ID   Task Name                                                        Responsible Organization    Duration                            Year 1                                                    Year 2                                                      Year 3                                                      Year 4                                                      Year 5                                                      Year 6                                                      Ye
                                                                                                               -1   1   2   3   4   5   6    7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18 19     20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34   35   36   37   38   39   40   41   42   43   44   45   46   47   48   49   50   51   52   53   54 55     56   57   58   59   60   61   62   63   64   65   66   67   68   69   70   71   72   73   74   75   76   77   78
  1    Construction of Dam                                            Consortium                   2312 days

  2    Impoundment                                                    DSI                            1 day



  3    Cadastral Surveys                                              TKGM                         750 days

  4    A. Urban Resettlement                                                                       2246 days

  5       A.1.General Resettlement Activities for Urban                                            171 days
          Resettlement
  6           Capacity Building for Implementation of                 DSI                           15 days
              Resettlement Activities (including 3 days of
              workshop)
  7           Official resettlement survey announcements              Resettlement Unit             30 days
              (Public Notification for all affected settlements) 30
              days of notice period
  8            Official resettlement surveys                          MPWS by consent of DSI        90 days

  9           Determination of the Entitled Families                  Local resettlement           110 days
                                                                      commission
  10      A.2.Urban Resettlement Process                                                           2246 days

  11          Public Consultation and Participation Activities        RU                            15 days
              Regarding Urban Resettlement Site (with the
              participation of TOKI)
  12          Finalization of the Expropriation Plan of Urban         DSI                           35 days
              Resettlement Site
  13          Preparing the RIP for Urban Resettlement Site           DSI                          270 days
              (Yusufeli Town)
  14          Expropriation Activities for Affected Areas in          DSI                          1218 days
              Existing Yusufeli Town
  15          Finalization of draft development master plan           MPWS                          60 days
              through opinions of stakeholders
  16          Technical feasibilities for public and domestic         MPWS                          30 days
              infrastructure
  17          Preparing draft maps and structural plans               MPWS                          20 days

  18          Finalization of draft maps and structural plans of      MPWS                          70 days
              urban resettlement site through the opinions of
              stakeholders
  19          Expropriation Activities in Resettlement Site of        DSI                          120 days
              New Yusufeli Town (Yansiticilar)(if needed)
  20          Urban Resettlement Site Preparation                     MPWS                         270 days

  21          Construction Activities for Urban Resettlement Site MPWS                             1008 days

  22          Moving of Resettlers to the Urban Resettlement          MPWS                         1071 days
              Site
  23   B. Rural Resettlement Process                                                               2248 days

  24      B.1.Rural Resettlement Site Selection                                                     75 days

  25          Determination of Extra Rural Resettlement Site(s)       RU                            30 days
              in Addition To the Determined Sites Given in
              Stage-1 Feasibility Report
  26          Technical feasibilities for rural resettlement sites    RU                            30 days
              (Determined+Extra sites)
  27          Public Consultation and Participation Meeting           RU                            15 days
              Regarding Rural Resettlement Sites

  28      B.2. General Resettlement Activities for Rural                                           151 days
          Resettlement (KINALICAM,YENIKOY,IRMAKYANI)

  29          Capacity Building for Implementation of                 DSI                           15 days
              Resettlement Activities
  30          Official resettlement survey announcements              Resettlement Unit             30 days

  31          Official resettlement surveys                           MPWS by consent of DSI        90 days

  32          Determination of the Entitled Families                  Local resettlement            90 days
                                                                      commission
  33      B.3.Planning of Rural Resettlement                                                       1047 days
          (KINALICAM,YENIKOY,IRMAKYANI)
  34          Finalization of the Expropriation Plan of Rural         DSI                           35 days
              Resettlement
  35          Preparing the RIP for Rural Resettlement Sites          DSI                          120 days
              (KINALICAM,YENIKOY,IRMAKYANI)
  36          Expropriation Activities in Affected Villages           DSI                          679 days
              (KINALICAM,YENIKOY,IRMAKYANI)
  37          Preparing draft master plan for rural resettlement      MPWS                          30 days

  38          Finalization of draft master plan through opinions      MPWS                          28 days
              of stakeholders
  39          Finalization of construction plans                      MPWS                          28 days

  40          Expropriation Activities in Rural Resettlement          DSI                          120 days
              Sites for KINALICAM,YENIKOY and IRMAKYANI
              (if needed)
  41          Rural site preparation                                  MPWS                         210 days

  42          Rural Resettlement Site - Construction                  MPWS                         616 days

  43          Moving of Resettlers to the Rural Resettlement          MPWS                         448 days

  44      B.4. General Resettlement Activities for Rural                                           151 days
          Resettlement(TEKKALE,ISHAN,ARPACIK)
  45          Capacity Building for Implementation of                 DSI                           15 days
              Resettlement Activities
  46          Official resettlement survey announcements              Resettlement Unit             30 days

  47          Official resettlement surveys                           MPWS by consent of DSI        90 days

  48          Determination of the Entitled Families                  Local resettlement            90 days
                                                                      commission
  49      B.5.Planning of Rural Resettlement                                                       1890 days
          (TEKKALE,ISHAN,ARPACIK)

  50          Finalization of the Expropriation Plan of Rural         DSI                           35 days
              Resettlement Site(TEKKALE,ISHAN,ARPACIK)
  51          Preparing the RIP for Rural Resettlement Sites          DSI                          210 days
              (TEKKALE,ISHAN,ARPACIK)
Appendix 4. Resettlement Implementation Time Schedule

  ID   Task Name                                                     Responsible Organization    Duration                            Year 1                                                    Year 2                                                      Year 3                                                      Year 4                                                      Year 5                                                      Year 6                                                      Ye
                                                                                                            -1   1   2   3   4   5   6    7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18 19     20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34   35   36   37   38   39   40   41   42   43   44   45   46   47   48   49   50   51   52   53   54 55     56   57   58   59   60   61   62   63   64   65   66   67   68   69   70   71   72   73   74   75   76   77   78
  52          Expropriation Activities in Affected                 DSI                          714 days
              Villages(TEKKALE,ISHAN,ARPACIK)
  53          Preparing draft master plan for rural resettlement   MPWS                          28 days

  54          Finalization of draft master plan through opinions   MPWS                          28 days
              of stakeholders
  55          Finalization of construction plans                   MPWS                          28 days

  56          Expropriation Activities in Rural Resettlement       DSI                          120 days
              sites for TEKKALE,ISHAN and ARPACIK (if
              needed)
  57          Rural site preparation                               MPWS                         203 days

  58          Rural Resettlement Site - Construction               MPWS                         504 days

  59          Moving of Resettlers to the Rural Resettlement       MPWS                         609 days
              Site
  60      B.6. General Resettlement Activities for Rural                                        151 days
          Resettlement (KILICKAYA, CEVRELI,
          CELTIKDUZU, DEREICI, MORKAYA, DARICA,
          BAHCELI)
  61          Capacity Building for Implementation of              DSI                           15 days
              Resettlement Activities

  62          Official resettlement survey announcements           Resettlement Unit             30 days

  63          Official resettlement surveys                        MPWS by consent of DSI        90 days

  64          Determination of the Entitled Families               Local resettlement            90 days
                                                                   commission
  65      B.7.Planning of Rural Resettlement(KILICKAYA,                                         1445 days
          CEVRELI, CELTIKDUZU, DEREICI, MORKAYA,
          DARICA, BAHCELI)
  66          Finalization of the Expropriation Plan of Rural      DSI                           35 days
              Resettlement Sites (KILICKAYA, CEVRELI,
              CELTIKDUZU, DEREICI, MORKAYA, DARICA,
              BAHCELI)
  67          Preparing the RIP for Rural Resettlement Sites       DSI                          240 days
              (KILICKAYA, CEVRELI, CELTIKDUZU, DEREICI,
              MORKAYA, DARICA, BAHCELI)
  68          Expropriation Activities in Affected Villages        DSI                          500 days
              (KILICKAYA, CEVRELI, CELTIKDUZU, DEREICI,
              MORKAYA, DARICA, BAHCELI)
  69          Preparing draft master plan for rural resettlement   MPWS                          28 days

  70          Finalization of draft master plan through opinions   MPWS                          28 days
              of stakeholders
  71          Finalization of construction plans                   MPWS                          28 days

  72          Expropriation Activities in Rural Resettlement       DSI                          120 days
              Sites for KILICKAYA, CEVRELI, CELTIKDUZU,
              DEREICI, MORKAYA, DARICA and BAHCELI(if
              needed)
  73          Rural site preparation                               MPWS                         200 days

  74          Rural Resettlement Site - Construction               MPWS                         450 days

  75          Moving of Resettlers to the Rural Resettlement       MPWS                         119 days
              Site
  76      B.8. General Resettlement Activities for Rural                                        151 days
          Resettlement
          (CIRALI,ALANBASı,BOSTANCI,KUPLUCE,
          SEBZECILER,PAMUKCULAR)
  77          Capacity Building for Implementation of              DSI                           15 days
              Resettlement Activities

  78          Official resettlement survey announcements           Resettlement Unit             30 days

  79          Official resettlement surveys                        MPWS by consent of DSI        90 days

  80          Determination of the Entitled Families               Local resettlement            90 days
                                                                   commission
  81      B.3.Planning of Rural Resettlement                                                    1190 days
          (CIRALI,ALANBASı,BOSTANCI,KUPLUCE,
          SEBZECILER,PAMUKCULAR)
  82          Preparing the RIP for Rural Resettlement Sites       DSI                          210 days
              (CIRALI,ALANBASı,BOSTANCI,KUPLUCE,
              SEBZECILER,PAMUKCULAR)
  83          Finalization of the Expropriation Plan of Rural      DSI                           35 days
              Resettlement Site
  84          Expropriation Activities in Affected Villages        DSI                          500 days
              (CIRALI,ALANBASı,BOSTANCI,KUPLUCE,
              SEBZECILER,PAMUKCULAR)
  85          Preparing draft master plan for rural resettlement   MPWS                          28 days

  86          Finalization of draft master plan through opinions   MPWS                          28 days
              of stakeholders
  87          Finalization of construction plans                   MPWS                          28 days

  88          Expropriation Activities in Rural Resettlement       DSI                          120 days
              Sites for
  89          Rural site preparation                               MPWS                         180 days

  90          Rural Resettlement Site - Construction               MPWS                         365 days

  91         Moving of Resettlers to the Rural Resettlement        MPWS                         588 days
             Site
  92   C. Resettlement with Credit                                                              1456 days

  93      Providing Credits                                        MPWS                         1456 days
            APPENDIX 5

MAPS SHOWING THE STAGES OF

 CONSTRUCTION IMPACT AND

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN STUDIES




     YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
Appendix 5.1. The Areas that will be Affeced in the First Year and RIP First Year Studies
Appendix 5.2. The Areas that will be Affeced in the First and Second Years and RIP Second Year Studies
Appendix 5.3. The Areas that will be Affeced in the First, Second and Third Years and RIP Third Year Studies
Appendix 5.4. The Areas that will be Affeced in the First, Second, Third Years and after the Third Year and RIP Fourth Year Studies
              APPENDIX 6

CONSOLIDATED BUDGET BREAKDOWN




       YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
  ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
         APPENDIX 6. YUSUFELI DAM AND HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT PROJECT
                         CONSOLIDATED BUDGET BREAKDOWN


1. THE TOTAL FOREIGN CREDIT TO BE PROVIDED

  a)   Contract Price for Civil Works Construction Services              680.100.000 USD
  b)   Contract Price for Electromechanical Works                        145.000.000 USD
  Total Contract Price for Work                                                               825,100,000 USD

  c)   Contract Price for Engineering and Consultancy Services            29.600.000 USD
  Total to be provided from Foreign Credit                                                  854,700,000 USD


2. ESTIMATED TOTAL NATIONAL BUDGET TO BE PROVIDED DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD

    1. EXPROPRIATION COSTS                                                                    176,253,601 USD
  A. LANDS                                                                93,473,416 USD
  B. STRUCTURES                                                           51,734,416 USD
  C. COMMON PROPERTIES                                                     5,336,500 USD
  D. ADJACENT PROPERTIES                                                   2,258,165 USD
  E. CADASTRAL STUDIES AND MAPPING                                           461,504 USD
  CONTINGENCY (15%)                                                       22,989,600 USD

     2. RESETTLEMENT COSTS                                                                    168,571,170 USD
  F. URBAN RESETTLEMENT                                                   32,929,028 USD
  G. RURAL RESETTLEMENT                                                   97,685,498 USD
  H. TRANSPORTATION AND MOVING ALLOWANCES                                    105,500 USD
  I. CREDITS AND FINANCIAL AIDS                                              360,672 USD
  J. SUPPORTIVE INCOME RESTORATION (i.e. additional                        6,222,928 USD
       loans/credits, trainings, etc. as given in Table 12.28, Item K)
  K. MONITORING (Item M in Table 12.28 and the Project                     9,280,000 USD
      Financial Plan)
  CONTINGENCY (15%)                                                       21,987,544 USD

    3. RELOCATION COSTS                                                                        15,226,000 USD
  L. CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITIONAL BRIDGE TO NEW                             13,000,000 USD
      YUSUFELI TOWN RESETTLEMENT SITE
  M. RELOCATION OF HISTORICAL ASSETS                                         240,000 USD
  CONTINGENCY (15%)                                                        1,986,000 USD

    4. RESETTLEMENT UNIT (RU) COSTS                                                            10,058,360 USD
  N. PREPARATION OF RIP                                                      500,000 USD
  O. ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF RU                                     8,246,400 USD
  CONTINGENCY (15%)                                                        1,311,960 USD
                        Total of 1, 2, 3 and 4                                                370,109,131 USD

    5. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES                                                                 2,300,000 USD
  P. WILD GOAT MANAGEMENT PLAN                                              500,000 USD
  Q. NEW YUSUFELI TOWN SEWAGE SYSTEM                                        500,000 USD
  R. NEW YUSUFELI TOWN WASTEWATER TREATMENT                                 500,000 USD
     PLANT
  S. NEW YUSUFELI TOWN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM                                  300,000 USD
  T. NEW YUSUFELI TOWN LANDFILL SITE                                        500,000 USD
       Total to be provided from the National Budget
                    (Total of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5)                                             372,409,131 USD


 TOTAL COST FOR YUSUFELI PROJECT (FOREIGN & NATIONAL)                                      1,227,109,131 USD
             APPENDIX 7

UPDATED TABLE 12.28 (OF THE RAP

               REPORT)




      YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
 ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
                                                APPENDIX 7. UPDATED TABLE 12.28 OF THE RAP REPORT


Table 12.28. Overall General Resettlement Action Plan Budget

1) EXPROPRIATION ITEM                                                         COST (USD)                      SOURCE
A. Lands                                                                         93,473,416                     DSI
A.1. House Plot (without any buildings on)                                        9,665,926
A.2. Irrigated Land                                                              23,868,021
A.3. Rain-fed Lands                                                               5,401,220
A.4. Orchards                                                                    20,096,824
A.5. Vineyards                                                                    2,898,033
A.6. Vegetables                                                                  20,802,562
A.7. Timberland                                                                   4,439,696
A.8. Other                                                                        3,151,134
A.9. Pasture Lands (Grass Value)                                                  3,150,000


B. Structures                                                                    51,734,416                     DSI
B.1. Dwellings (together with their plots)                                       30,106,415
B.2. Stables/Haylofts                                                             8,699,957
B.3. Stores (together with their plots)                                             671,982
B.3. Other (huts, warehouses, pantries etc.)                                      5,679,951
B.4. Depreciation Cost                                                            6,576,111              Objective Criteria


C. Expropriation for Common Properties                                            5,336,500             DSI /Related Agency


D. Adjacent Properties                                                            2,258,165         DSI / Provincial Governorates


E. Cadastral Works and Expropriation Mapping                                        461,504                 DSI / TKGM
E.1. Cadastral Works                                                                261,504
E.2. Expropriation Mapping Works                                                    200,000


Contingency for Expropriation Cost Items ([A+B+C+D+E]*0,15)                      22,989,600
Total Expropriation Cost (A+B+C+D+E)                                            176,253,601
Table 12.28. Overall General Resettlement Action Plan Budget (Continued)

2) RESETLEMENT ITEM
F) Urban Resettlement                                                      32,929,028   MPWS
F.1. Site Planning                                                           112,898
F.2. Site Preparation                                                      16,972,480
F.3. Construction of Common Properties and Infrastructures                  4,784,250
F.4. Construction of Residences and Commercial Buildings                   10,786,900
F.5. Urban Resettlement Site Selection Cost                                  272,500
G) Rural Resettlement                                                      97,685,498   MPWS
G.1. Rural Site Planning                                                     228,885
G.2. Earth Work for Rural Resettlement Sites                                5,408,958
G.3. Transportation of Excavated Material for Rural Resettlement Sites      3,605,972
G.4. Filling Works for Rural Resettlement Sites                              273,316
G.5. Soil Transportation for Rural Resettlement Sites                       6,547,828
G.6. Sewerage System for Rural Resettlement Sites                            520,000
G.7. Electric Transmission Line for Rural Resettlement Sites                1,172,000
G.8. Telephone Transmission Line for rural Resettlement Sites                850,000
G.9. Water Utilities for Rural Resettlement Sites                           3,634,982
G.10. Total cost for roads for Rural Resettlement Sites                    34,224,557
G.11. School Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites                      1,755,000
G.12. Mosque Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites                      1,464,000
G.13. Village Clinic Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites               256,000
G.14. Market Place Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites                   64,000
G.15. Construction Cost for Rural Resettlement Sites                       37,680,000
H) Costs for Relocation of Historical Assets                                 240,000    DSI
I) Cost of Transportation and Moving Allowances                              105,500    MPWS
Table 12.28. Overall General Resettlement Action Plan Budget (Continued)

2) RESETLEMENT ITEM
J) Cost of Credits and Financial Aids                                                                                  360,672                                         MPWS
K) Cost of Supportive Income Restoration Activities                                                                  6,222,928                                          LRC
K.1. Loans and Credits                                                                                               2,815,308
K.2. Construction of the Asylum/Nursing House                                                                          610,000
K.3. Income Rehabilitation of Not Entitled Households                                                                  879,060
K.4. Establishing Cooperatives                                                                                         500,000
K.5. Establishing Consulting Services                                                                                  220,000
K.6. Training                                                                                                          218,560
K.7. Transportation of Children to Schools                                                                             150,000
K.8. Cost of Agricultural Improvement Plan                                                                             830,000
L) Construction of additional bridge to resettlement site                                                           13,000,000                                          DSI
M) Monitoring                                                                                                        9,280,000                                          DSI
                      1
N) Preparation of RIP                                                                                                  500,000                                          DSI
O) Establishment and Operation of Resettlement Unit (RU)                                                             8,246,400                                          DSI
Contingency for Resettlement Cost Items ([F+G+H+I+J+K+L+M+N+O]*0,15)                                                25,285,504                                          DSI
Total Resettlement Cost (F+G+H+I+J+K+L+M+N+O)                                                                      193,855,530
GRAND TOTAL (1+2)                                                                                                  370,109,131




1
 RIPs are related with both expropriation and resettlement activities, but presented as item N in order to protect the integrity of the cost items’ order. The cost of “Preparation of RIP” is shown as
cost item “N” in the Consolidated Budget Breakdown, Budget Revision Details and Financial Plan documents.
            APPENDIX 8

   PROJECT FINANCIAL PLAN




     YUSUFELI DAM AND HEPP PROJECT
ADDENDUM TO THE RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN
                                                                                                                      APPENDIX 8. PROJECT FINANCIAL PLAN


Table 1. Draft Revised Rap Budget (Yearly Distribution)

                                             Years                                   Responsible
    ITEM
                                             Items                                     Agency                  1                2               3               4               5               6                7               8               9              10               11            Total
1) RESETTLEMENT ACTIVITIES
    A+B+C       Expropriation                                                        DSI                    25,167,609      14,374,956      16,557,145      25,072,337       26,116,500      27,264,019      15,991,766                0               0                0               0    150,544,332
      D         Expropriation of Adjacent Properties                                 DSI                              0                0              0                0               0               0               0               0       2,258,165                0               0      2,258,165
      E         Cadastral Studies and Reporting                                      TKGM                      200,000         261,504                0                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        461,504
Contingency Contingency for Expropriation Activities                                 DSI                           9,600     2,298,000        2,298,000       2,298,000       2,298,000       2,298,000       2,298,000       2,298,000        2,298,000       2,298,000       2,298,000      22,989,600
F           F.1 Urban Resettlement Site Planning                                     MPWS                       12,898         100,000                0                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        112,898
     F.2        Urban Site Preparation for Resettlement                              MPWS                      172,480       2,800,000        6,000,000       8,000,000                0               0               0               0               0                0               0     16,972,480
                Constructing the Common Properties for Urban Resettlement
     F.3        Site                                                                 MPWS                             0         84,250         700,000        1,500,000       1,500,000       1,000,000                0               0               0                0               0      4,784,250
     F.4        Urban Resettlement                                                   MPWS                             0        286,900         500,000        3,000,000       5,000,000       2,000,000                0               0               0                0               0     10,786,900
     F.5        Urban Resettlement Site Selection Cost                               MPWS                             0        272,500                0                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        272,500
G          G.1 Rural Site Planning                                                   MPWS                          8,885       220,000                0                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        228,885
     G.2        Earth Work for Rural Resettlement Sites                              MPWS                             0      3,408,958        2,000,000                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0      5,408,958
                Transportation of Excavated Material for Rural Resettlement
     G.3        Sites                                                                MPWS                             0      2,000,000        1,605,972                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0      3,605,972
     G.4        Filling Works for Rural Resettlement Sites                           MPWS                             0        200,000           73,316                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        273,316
     G.5        Soil Transportation for Rural Resettlement Sites                     RU                               0      4,000,000        2,547,828                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0      6,547,828
     G.6        Sewerage System for Rural Resettlement Sites                         MPWS                             0        220,000         200,000          100,000                0               0               0               0               0                0               0        520,000
     G.7        Electric Transmission Line for Rural Resettlement Sites              TEIAS                            0        300,000         300,000          300,000         272,000                0               0               0               0                0               0      1,172,000
     G.8        Telephone Transmission Line for rural Resettlement Sites             TURK TELEKOM                     0        250,000         200,000          200,000         200,000                0               0               0               0                0               0        850,000
     G.9        Water Utilities for Rural Resettlement Sites                         MPWS                             0      1,500,000        1,000,000         634,982         500,000                0               0               0               0                0               0      3,634,982
                                                                                     ARTVIN
    G.10        Total cost for roads for Rural Resettlement Sites                    GOVERNORATE             4,224,557      15,000,000      10,000,000        5,000,000                0               0               0               0               0                0               0     34,224,557
    G.11        School Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites                     MPWS                             0        755,000         500,000          250,000         250,000                0               0               0               0                0               0      1,755,000
    G.12        Mosque Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites                     MPWS                             0        500,000         464,000          300,000         200,000                0               0               0               0                0               0      1,464,000
    G.13        Village Clinic Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites             MPWS                             0        100,000         100,000           25,000          31,000                0               0               0               0                0               0        256,000
    G.14        Market Place Construction for Rural Resettlement Sites               MPWS                             0         30,000           20,000             9,000           5,000              0               0               0               0                0               0         64,000
    G.15        Construction Cost for Rural Resettlement Sites                       MPWS                             0      7,680,000      15,000,000        7,500,000       4,000,000       3,500,000                0               0               0                0               0     37,680,000
      H         Relocation of Tekkale Citadel                                        DSI                              0        240,000                0                0               0               0               0               0               0                0               0        240,000
      I         Transportation and Moving Allowances                                 MPWS                             0             5,500        25,000          50,000          15,000          10,000                0               0               0                0               0        105,500
      J         Credits and Financial Aids                                           MPWS                             0         10,000           20,000         300,000          15,672          15,000                0               0               0                0               0        360,672
      K         Income Restoration Activities                                        RU                               0        522,928         700,000        1,100,000       1,600,000         850,000         850,000         600,000                0                0               0      6,222,928
      L         Construction of the Additional Bridge in Resettlement Site           DSI                              0      1,000,000        6,000,000       6,000,000                0               0               0               0               0                0               0     13,000,000
M          M.1 Internal Monitoring                                                   DSI                       250,000         300,000         500,000          500,000         500,000         500,000         400,000         400,000         250,000          200,000         200,000       4,000,000
     M.2        External Monitoring                                                  DSI                        25,000         160,000         160,000          160,000         200,000         195,000         150,000         150,000         150,000          150,000         200,000       1,700,000
     M.3        Cost of CoE                                                          DSI                       276,909         400,000         283,000          291,507         300,252         309,260         318,538         477,800         337,937          189,252         395,545       3,580,000
                                     1
      N         Preparation of RIP                                                   DSI                       100,000         150,000         150,000          100,000                0               0               0               0               0                0               0        500,000
      O         Establishment and Operation of Resettlement Unit (RU)                DSI                     1,065,600       1,017,600        1,017,600       1,041,600       1,017,600       1,017,600       1,017,600         280,800         256,800          256,800         256,800       8,246,400
Contingency Contingency for Resettlement Activities                                  DSI                     1,229,411       1,612,207        3,689,207       4,332,807       4,322,207       3,322,207       2,222,207       1,654,466        1,225,664         872,933         802,188      25,285,504
SUB-TOTAL for Resettlement Activities                                                                       32,742,949      62,060,303      72,611,068      68,065,233       48,343,231      42,281,086      23,248,111       5,861,066        6,776,566       3,966,985       4,152,533     370,109,131




1
 RIPs are related with both expropriation and resettlement activities, but presented as item N in order to protect the integrity of the cost items’ order. The cost of “Preparation of RIP” is shown as cost item “N” in the Consolidated Budget Breakdown, Budget Revision Details and Financial Plan
documents.
Table 1. Draft Revised Rap Budget (Yearly Distribution) (Continued)

2) ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES
     P          Wild Goat Management Plan                        DSI               250,000      250,000            0            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       500,000
     Q          General Sewage System                             Municipality           0      250,000      250,000            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       500,000
     R          Wastewater Treatment plant                        Municipality           0      250,000      250,000            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       500,000
     S          Water supply system                               Municipality           0      300,000            0            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       300,000
     T          Landfill Site                                     Municipality           0      500,000            0            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       500,000
SUB-TOTAL for Environmental Activities                                             250,000     1,550,000     500,000            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0      2,300,000
GRAND TOTAL of RAP Budget                                                        32,992,949   63,610,303   73,111,068   68,065,233   48,343,231   42,281,086   23,248,111   5,861,066   6,776,566   3,966,985   4,152,533   372,409,131




Table 2. Draft Revised Rap Budget (Yearly Allocation for Agencies)

                                             ITEM
                                     RESPONSIBLE AGENCY                             1            2            3            4            5            6            7           8           9           10          11           Total

                                              DSI                                28,374,129   21,802,763   30,654,952   39,796,251   34,754,559   34,906,086   22,398,111   5,261,066   6,776,566   3,966,985   4,152,533   232,844,001

                                             MPWS                                   194,263   20,173,108   28,208,288   21,668,982   11,516,672    6,525,000            0           0           0           0           0    88,286,313

                                             TKGM                                   200,000      261,504            0            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0       461,504

                                              RU                                          0    4,522,928    3,247,828    1,100,000    1,600,000      850,000      850,000     600,000           0           0           0    12,770,756

                                             TEIAS                                        0      300,000      300,000      300,000      272,000            0            0           0           0           0           0     1,172,000

                                        TURK TELEKOM                                      0      250,000      200,000      200,000      200,000            0            0           0           0           0           0       850,000

                                     ARTVIN GOVERNORATE                           4,224,557   15,000,000   10,000,000    5,000,000            0            0            0           0           0           0           0    34,224,557

                                         MUNICIPALITY                                     0    1,300,000      500,000            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0     1,800,000

                                         GRAND TOTAL                             32,992,949   63,610,303   73,111,068   68,065,233   48,343,231   42,281,086   23,248,111   5,861,066   6,776,566   3,966,985   4,152,533   372,409,131



                                BALANCE OF TABLE 1 AND TABLE 2                            0            0            0            0            0            0            0           0           0           0           0              0

				
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