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Involuntary Resettlement
Start time 25/09/2017
3 days
The training course aims to help participants to have a better understanding and be able to apply basic knowledge, skills and tools in designing, implementing and monitoring an effective involuntary resettlement plan, meeting the requirements and standards of the Government’s and donor’s IR policies and guidelines.
The 3-day training course will cover the following topics:
• WB’s Project Cycle, WB’s policies and guidelines on Involuntary Resettlement
• Introduction of Involuntary Resettlement tools and templates
• Involuntary Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF)/Resettlement Plan/Abbreviated Resettlement Plan 
• Roles and responsibilities of related stakeholders
• Public consultation and information disclosure
• Involuntary resettlement plan: tools and techniques  
• Monitoring and evaluation of IRP implementation and database mainternance

Target Participants
The training course is designed for IR/Social experts and consultants of the provincial project management units (PPMUs) of donor-funded projects; Governmental officials or local authorities working in the related fields in the ministries or departments; Freelance consultants and individuals who desire to develop a professional career in the Involuntary Resettlement.
The training involves participatory learning approaches (PLA), application-oriented and interactive, emphasizing on group discussions and analysis of cases/case studies. The course instructors provide conceptual framework to participants and their role is essentially that of facilitators. Participants are encouraged to raise their ideas and issues related to the course topics, then brain-storm or discuss with other participants and facilitators to find out solutions as well as draw lessons learned.


Times & dates : 3 days; Morning: 8:30 - 11:30 am; Afternoon: 1:30 - 4:30 pm. 

Dates: 25 - 27 September 2017

$350 which includes tuition, training materials and related stationaries, refreshment and lunches. The air-ticket, transportation, accommodation and per diem are at participant's charge.

AIT-VN office: B3 Building, University of Transport and Communication, Lang Thuong Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi.


Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Diep
Program Officer for Communication Coordination
Vietnam Learning Center on Environmental and Social Sustainability (LC)
Tel: +84-4-3766 9493 Ext: 126
Mobile: 0936 262 684