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Land Acquisition: Compensation and Resettlement Kate Wood| Business Analyst: Professional Services FEBRUARY 2019
Landfolio for Natural Resources Managing Local Land Concerns, Maintaining Corporate Governance
Agenda • Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement (MIDR)
• 3 Case Studies Tanzania – Acacia Mining
Papua New Guinea – Barrick PNG Kenya – Acacia Mining
Mining-Induced Displacement & Resettlement
R A P
L R P
Community Resettlement Challenges Flaws in Payment Processes – Fraud
– Lost documents
– Calculation errors in payments
– No history
– Double payments
– No written procedures
Successful Case Study: Acacia Mining Tanzania (formerly known as African Barrick Gold)
Tanzania Sites – – – – –
Dar Es Salaam North Mara Bulyanhulu Tulawaka Buzwagi
Acacia Compensation Project ▪ North Mara mine located in Mara Region, NW Tanzania, home to Serengeti National Park, and to over 1.7 million people
Compensation Project Goals ▪ Establish Standard Business Practices ▪ Comply with Legal Requirement to Compensate Customary Land Holders ▪ Comply with Corporate Governance Standards (IFC) - Land Services - Records Management - Grievance Management & Resolution ▪ Comply with Existing Resettlement Action Plans (RAP)
Successful Management of Resettlement Programs Managing the compensation process for extensive mine site community relocation programs can include: ▪ Graves/Grave Sites ▪ Land ▪ Structures ▪ Crops/Trees ▪ Buildings (Construction Agreements)
Acacia Resettlement Process (1) 1. Resettlement Areas identified 2. Negotiate MOU with Villagers 3. Survey Individual Land Parcels – Land Owners and their Tenants (Survey Contractors) 4. Valuation of Property (Registered Valuers) – Crops, Buildings, Graves etc. 5. Data Entry/Import into Landfolio
Surveying the Site
Payment Calculations ▪ Line items including number of crops, graves, huts etc.
Managing Relocation of Graves ▪ Specialised negotiators:
▪ Highly Sensitive Issues:
– Single grave – Family graveyards
▪ Solutions: – Compensation Payment per grave according to a government rate – Move grave(s) to a new site (pay for exhumation, new coffin, new re-burial ceremony , funeral costs etc.)
– Family graveyards – Inappropriate grave relocation sites – Religious issues
Case Study: Barrick PNG Damage Compensation
Compensation for Damages Claims from: Blasting Tailings Drilling Vehicles
Successful Case Study: Acacia Mining Kenya Damage Compensation for Exploration in West Kenya Kenya Sites – Kakemega County – Siaya County – Vihiga County
Land Parcels Planned & Drilled Holes
Letters Confirming Satisfactory Rehabilitation
Tracking Grievances ▪ Link/Relate grievances to historic land compensation and damage records ▪ Ability to identify trends and gaps in the compensation process ▪ Adds Transparency and Reporting “All mining companies are charged with a ‘License to Operate’ – ‘Social Responsibility’ matters now more than ever before” Barrick Gold Corporate Director of Lands
Our Goal Transforming the way land tenure is secured and land assets are managed