OECS Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Project

As part of the CROP, a Process Framework has been prepared to express aspects of the World Bank’s Social Safeguard Operational Policy 4. This policy offers detailed guidance on how to anticipate and lessen adverse impacts on persons and livelihoods caused by project-related activities. While the coastal and marine spatial plans being produced under the CROP will promote the Blue Economy, in implementing these plans post-CROP, there is the potential that some persons and/or livelihoods may be affected. The Process Framework provides guidance to ensure that all persons that may be affected are consulted and involved in the design of the coastal and marine spatial plans, implementation of plans, and monitoring, to avoid or lessen any potential adverse impacts. The Process Framework places special emphasis on relatively vulnerable persons such as the poor, women, and indigenous peoples.

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Source https://www.oecs.org/en/ecelp-downloads/coastal-and-marine-spatial-plans-and-training/viewdocument/1857
Geographic Scope
  • Dominica
  • Grenada
  • Haiti
  • Jamaica
  • Saint Lucia
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Regional (3 or more countries)
Author Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
Maintainer Susanna De Beauville-Scott
Metadata Last Updated October 15, 2020, 13:00 (UTC)
Created September 8, 2020, 23:09 (UTC)