A Handbook for Addressing Project-Induced In-Migration. IFC.
By AAMEG | 1 January 2009
In-migration in the context of project development can be characterized as an unplanned but predictable impact It has the potential to generate negative impacts for community health, safety, and security and to complicate resettlement, biodiversity, indigenous people, and cultural heritage
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