Initial Assessment Report of Complaints Mechanism of EIB

Overview

The Bank Complaints Mechanism has conducted an Initial Assessment in March 2019 and issued a report in July 2019. The report has recognized most of the concerns raised by the affected communities such as lack of adequate Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) process concerning the indigenous communities affected by the project, lack of adequate consultation, information disclosure and agreement seeking about the project, its impacts and how each impact can be avoided, mitigated or compensated, Inadequate compensation and lack of proper compensation process, benefit sharing scheme and appropriate census etc.

This joint submission of 40 indigenous peoples’ organisations (IPOs) (See Annex I) in Nepal focuses on the collective rights of Indigenous Peoples (IPs), particularly the thematic areas of participation in decision-making, lands, territories, and natural resources, development, language and cultural rights, women, disabled peoples and recommendations.

S.N.Title 
1.Initial Assessment Report of Complaints Mechanism of EIBDownload & Print