CONSTRUCTION OF ARUA-NEBBI 33kV POWER LINE TABLE OF AFFECTED PERSONS AND THE EXTENT OF THE EFFECT ON PLANTS AND LAND

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1 losure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized ANNEX I Arua District OkolloT/C CONSTRUCTION OF ARUA-NEBBI 33kV POWER LINE TABLE OF AFFECTED PERSONS AND THE EXTENT OF THE EFFECT ON PLANTS AND LAND SlNo. Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 1 Oluku Son Linos Acassia(Aged) 1 5, ,750 2 Nauma Y.Nelson Cassava ,000 72, ,000 Beans 200 1, ,278 Millet 3,000 12,000 1,800 13,800 3 Alfayo Mama Acassia(aged) 13 65,000 9,750 74,750 4 Okello John Mahogany(Aged) 3 135,000 20, ,250 5 Sam Zoma Mahogany(aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 6 Benya Esau Fig tree 1 5, ,750 7 Merisa Agaali (o) Mahogany 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 8 Ojama.V.Osu Mahogany(Aged) 3 135,000 20, ,250 9 Okollo Community centre Mahogany(Aged) 2 90,000 13, , Agriculture Dept. Mahogany(Aged) 8 360,000 54, , Zoma Sam Mahogany (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 1 Aligesi Lawrence Acassia 4 20,000 3,000 23,000 Fig tree 3 15,000 2,250 17, Nguma.Y.Nelson Beans 200 1, ,278 Millet 3,000 12,000 1,800 13,800 1 Oluku Son Linos Acassia(Aged) 1 5, , Jackson Odra Mahogany (Aged) 2 90,000 13, , William Drito 15Oft x 200ft 344,550 51, , Rev. Marasa Yoma 150ft x 200ft 344,550 51, , Andama Hudson 60ft x 200ft 137,820 20, , Drabua Anold 100ft x 200ft 229,700 34, ,155 3,016,268 Page1 b

2 ULEPPI Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE TRADING CENTRE 1 Rashid Angua Manio Shear nut butter tree (Aged) 1 20,000 3,000 23,000 2 Drati Vincent Maize 54 8,100 1,215 9,315 Beans 100 5, ,389 3 Fidensio Ombedda Cassava ,000 28, ,350 Shear nut butter tree (Aged) 3 135,000 20, ,250 Musa Ali Mango 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 5 Obini Mango 2 90,000 13, ,500 6 Natali Kamia Mango tree (Aged) 2 90,000 13, ,500 7 Kemisi Asuman Cassava (young) ,000 67, ,500 8 Arima Rafael Sweet potatoes 6 6, ,900 Mango tree (aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Eucalyptus trees(y) ,000 45, ,000 Lira tree (Young) 5 25,000 3,750 28,750 9 Safi Nasur (A) Mango tree (Aged) 2 90,000 13, ,500 Safi Nasur (B) Mango tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Acassia 8 40,000 6,000 46, Anga William.M Cassava (young) ,000 18, ,900 1,966,104 Page 2

3 MUZEITU Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Yofeta Benjamin Mango tree (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Shear nut butter tree 2 90,000 13, ,500 2 Adduku Richard (A) Cassava ,000 67, ,500 Adduku (B) Cassava 450 1,350, ,500 1,552,500 3 Ena Ambudi Mango tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Shear nut butter tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Ambudr. A. Joseph Cassava ,000 90, ,000 Cotton ,500 22, ,775 Shear nut butter tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 5 Ojobi Christopher Cassava (Young) ,000 24, ,300 Shear nut butter tree 2 90,000 13, ,500 6 Ariaka David Cassava (Aged) 56 16,800 25,200 42,000 Cotton (Young) ,000 13, ,500 Mango tree (aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Shear nut butter tree (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 7Asea Jimmy Robert Cassava (young) 513 1,539, ,850 1,769,850 Cotton(young) ,500 4,275 32,775 Mango tree 2 45,000 6,750 51,750 Shear nut butter tree (Aged) 4 180,000 27, ,000 Sweet peas (Young) ,667 4,000 30,667 Pigeon peas ,872,347 Page 3

4 AYIBU Name Plants Quantity Value Area/acre Land value 5 disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Rajab Eleja Cassava ,000 39, ,150 Bush trees ,000 27, ,000 Ground nuts (Young) 6, ,111 54, ,277 Soya beans (young) 6, ,889 43, ,222 2 Baraa Alex Cassava ,000 33, ,750 Sweet potatoes 6 1, ,150 Bush trees ,000 19, ,500 Maize ,000 3,600 27,600 Millet 3,000 30,000 4,500 34,500 3 Abindu Martin (A) Banana Plants ,000 1, ,500 Cassava (Young) ,000 97, ,650 Maize ,000 2,385 17,385 Beans 150 8,333 1,250 9,583 Pigeon peas Abindu Martin (B) Cassava (young) ,000 54, ,000 Bush trees (Young) ,000 21, ,000 Millet (young) 3,000 12,000 1,800 13,800 Odhori Albert Cassava ,000 41, ,400 Bush trees ,000 29, ,250 Pigeon peas Andama Pastor(A) Eucalyptus trees (y) ,000 96, ,000 Bush trees 1 5, ,750 Gravellian ,000 27, ,750 Page 4

5 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE Andama pastror (B) Cassava 40 12,000 1,800 13,800 Bush trees 7 35,000 5,250 40,250 Simsim 150 6, ,900 Pigeon peas Egimu Hilany Mango tree (aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Shear nut butter tree(aged) 2 90,000 13, ,500 7 Areni Jupiter Cassava (Y) ,000 13, ,500 Mango tree (A) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Eucalyptus tree ,000 66, ,750 Groundnuts (Y) ,222 3,333 25,555 Shear nut butter tree 4 180,000 27, ,000 Cashew nut tree 1 15,000 22,250 37,250 8 Saidi Asuman Bush trees 8 40,000 6,000 46,000 Shear nut butter tree 8 360,000 54, ,000 9 Uleppi Catholic Mission Coffee trees ,000 64, ,500 Mango tree(a) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Eucalyptus trees (A) ,000 25, ,350 Mahogany(A) 5 225,000 33, ,750 Gravellian (Y) ,000 29, ,250 Shear nut tree (A) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 7,802,615 Page 5

6 IRIRI VILLAGE Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 1 Obira Zacharia Acassia 19 95,000 14, ,250 Shear nut bufter tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Lira tree 1 5, ,750 Fig Tree 1 5, ,750 2 Buzu Samuel Bush tree 1 5, ,750 3 Ezariku Lino Bush tree 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 Drariku Godfrey Pineapple 1 1, ,150 Avocado 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Fig tree 1 5, ,750 5 Adiyakeri Sweat potatoes (heaps) 6 6, ,900 Mango trees 130,000 19, ,500 Shear nut butter trees 4 90,000 13, ,500 6 Siliman Thomas Shear nut bufter tree (Aged) 2 90,000 13, , ,550 Page 6

7 KANGO Name Plants Quantity Value Area/acre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Ariako Francis Sweat potatoes (heaps) 3 3,000 25ft x 45ft 12,920 2,388 18,308 Mango trees (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 2 Avaga Steven Orange tree (Aged) 3 180,000 27, ,000 Mango tree (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Acassia (Aged) ,000 3,020 Pigeon peas 120 2, ,067 Shear nut tree 4 180,000 27, ,000 3 Eriamu Awua Cassava 20 60,000 9,000 69,000 Orange tree (aged) 4 240,000 36, ,000 Calvano tree (Aged) 1 15,000 2,250 17,250 Lira tree(aged) 1 15,000 2,250 17,250 Pigeon peas 50 1, ,278 Sweat peas 150 6,667 1,000 7,667 4 Anyambu P/School Sweat potatoes (Y) 3 3, ,450 5 Lungina Azikia (t Cassava (Y) ,000 45, ,000 6 Lematia Joel (Disabled) Maize (Aged) 33 4, ,692 Millet 1,000 4, ,600-1,289,082 Page 7

8 ONDUKO Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Alia Philips Mango trees 4 180,000 27, ,000 Orange trees 3 180,000 27, ,000 Bush trees 1 5, ,750 2 Ludia Jacob Cassava (Y) 31 93,000 13, ,950 Beans (Y) 60 3, ,783 Millet (Y) 2,500 10,000 1,500 11,500 Pigeon peas (Y) Onoba Grace Cassava 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Millet 3,000 12,000 1,800 13,800 Odutia Rakel Cassava (y) 13 39,000 5,850 44,850 Sweat potatoes (Y) 14 14,000 2,100 16,100 Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 Orange 2 120,000 18, ,000 Pawpaw trees 1 30,000 4,500 34,500 Maize 30 4, ,175 Beans (Y) 100 5, ,389 Millet (Y) 800 3, ,680 Pigeon peas Coffee trees 6 60,000 9,000 69,000 2,702,795 Page 8

9 KATIYI Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Ayuku Ellia Cassava (y) ,000 61, ,200 Cotton (Cotton) ,000 21, ,600 Mango trees 6 270,000 40, ,500 Orange trees 4 240,000 36, ,000 ETORI VILLAGE Avocado 6 270,000 40, ,500 Eucalyptus (Young) ,000 38, ,700 Sisal 102 1,020, ,000 1,173,000 Guava 1 30,000 4,500 34,500 3,036,000 1 Anziku Simon Beans 200 1, ,278 2 Matata Fred Mango tree 6 270,000 40, ,500 Eucalyptus tree 9 4,500, ,000 5,175,000 Bush tree (aged) 2 10,000 1,500 11,500 Guava (aged) 1 30,000 4,500 34,500 3 Anziku Simon Coffee trees 1 10,000 1,500 11,500 Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 Luwiji Crado Drani Sweet potatoes (Heaps) 6 6, ,900 Mango trees (Y) ,000 30, ,000 Orange (A) 3 180,000 27, ,000 Avocado(Y) 1 15,000 2,250 17,250 Acassia (A) 7 35,000 5,250 40,250 Fig trees 1 5, ,750 Cassava (Y) 372 1,116, ,400 1,283,400 Pigeon peas (A) 121 2, ,092 7,41,420 Page 9

10 NEBBI Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE DISTRICT THATHA Acen Doreen Cassava (Young) 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 1 Mango trees (Aged) 3 135,000 20, ,250 Bush trees 6 30,000 4,500 34,500 Maize 2, ,000 45, ,000 Beans 30,000 1,666, ,000 1,916,667 2 Ogenru Gilbert Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 3 Rev.Can.Elia Omika Cassava 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Coffee trees (Young) 5 50,000 7,500 57,500 Eucalyptus (Young) 604 3,015, ,250 3,467,250 Sorghum 30,000 90,000 13, ,500 Beans 10, ,556 83, ,889 Ibraim Rajab Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 5 Okwong Gabriel Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 6 Ungula Robert Eucalyptus (Young) 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 Lira tree 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 Bush Trees 20 50,000 7,500 57,500 7 Asman Alidi Ground nuts 2, ,778 19, ,944 maize ,000 2,700 20,700 8Amula Benedict Cassava , ,000 1,035,000 Lira tree 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 Bush tree 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 9 Ngure.R.George Mango trees 5 225,000 33, , Ogira Santino Cassava 800 2,400, ,000 2,760, Ocopi Agnes Eucalyptus trees ,000 22, , Onegiu Thomas Cassava ,000 81, ,000 Beans ,833 2,375 18,208 Page 10

11 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 13 Ochanda Milton Cassava (Young) , , ,500 Sweet potatoes (Heaps) ,000 16, ,500 Bush trees 1 5, , Hillary Cosmas Cotton (Young) ,000 13, ,500 Lira tree 1 5, ,750 Ground nuts 1,000 55,556 8,333 63,889 Maize ,000 4,500 34, Odaga Ogira Cassava , ,000 1,035,000 Shear nut butter tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Bush trees 2 10,000 1,500 11,500 Maize (Young) ,000 11,250 87, Olum John Cassava , , ,000 Sisal 1 10,000 1,500 11, Openja William Mango tree 2 90,000 13, ,500 coconut tree 1 45,000 6,750 51, Haj.Adhiris Ali Moringa 3 135,000 20, ,250 Ground nuts (Young) 1, ,000 15, ,000 Maize 99 14,850 2,228 17,077 Sisal 1 10,000 1,500 11, Onen Francis Lira tree 15 75,000 11,250 86,250 Ground nuts 2, ,444 17, ,360 Maize ,000 6,750 51,750 Sisal 8 80,000 12,000 92,000 Page 1 1

12 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 20 Ocan Roggers Cotton trees (Young) 2, , , ,500 Ground nuts 10, ,556 83, ,889 Maize 1,100 16,500 2,475 18, Bakiti Swaib Sweet potatoes ,000 54, ,000 Sisal 1 10,000 1,500 11, Okumu Gaitano Mango tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Ground nuts 8, ,444 66, , Thatha Chapel Cassava , , ,500 Lira tree ,000 30, ,000 Bush tree , , ,500 Maize 60 9,000 1,350 10, Amula Benedict Sweet potatoes 60 60,000 9,000 69,000 Fig tree 3 30,000 4,500 34,500 Ground nuts 20,000 1,111, ,667 1,277,778 Maize 1, ,000 27, , Okethwangu Alfred Cassava ,000 90, ,000 Lira tree ,000 15, ,000 Bush trees 8 40,000 6,000 46,000 Groundnuts 2, ,111 16, ,778 Maize 1, ,000 22, , Ichvi Habibu Groundnuts (young) 2, ,111 16, ,778 Maize ,900 2,835 21,735 Sisal 30 30,000 4,500 34,500 lmordnga tree ,000 l 67, ,500 Page 12

13 Name Plants Quantity Value Area/acre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 27 Kerfua Joseph Abok Cassava 1,000 3,000, ,000 3,450,000 Mango 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Bush tree 2 10,000 1,500 11,500 Maize 70 10,500 1,575 12, Amula Clare (F) Cassava (Young) 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Sweet potatoes (Young) 72 72,000 10,800 82,800 Ground nuts (Young) 32,000 1,777, ,667 2,044,445 Beans (young) ,667 2,500 19,167 Pumpkin 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 35,223,615 PATEKIPAKUCUR 1 Omaka Donasiono Cassava (young) ,000 30, ,600 Sheernut tree 2 90,000 13, ,500 2 Anjello Disi Cassava ,000 43, ,200 Bush tree 1 5, ,750 3 Oryeda Wilson Cassava ,000 67,500 Sheer nut tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Mamano William Cassava 350 1,050, ,500 1,657,500 Beans 1,500 83,333 12,500 95,833 5 Oryeda David Cassava (young) 343 1,029, ,350 1,183,350 Cotton (Young) ,200 11,880 91,080 Omaka Adonasiano Sheer nut tree 2 90,000 13, ,500 7 Okenga Peter Mango trees (aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Sheernut trees (aged) I 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Page 13

14 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 8 Okenga Andrea Cassava 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Cotton 1, ,000 72, ,000 Sheer nut tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 9 Disi William Cassava 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Sheer nut tree 3 135,000 20, , Mercellino Okoku Banana stems 500 5,000, , ,000 Mango trees 5 225,000 33, ,750 Orange tree 5 300,000 45, ,000 Wild trees 4 20,000 3,000 23, Onyengo Juliano Cassava , , , Wathum Laurence Cassava 450 1,350, ,500 1,552,500 Sheer nut trees 3 135,000 20, , Orombi Richard Cotton plants ,000 8,100 62,100 Maize 96 14,400 2,160 16,560 Beans ,111 1,667 27,778 Pumpkins ,000 22, , Ezebio Rwili Coffee trees ,000 18, ,750 Ground nuts ,222 7,083 54,305 Maize 42 6, , Afuka Sizar Pawpaw 1 30,000 4,500 34,500 Wild tree 1 5, ,750 Sheer nut tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Lira tree 1 5, ,750 Pumpkins ,000 22, ,500 Sorghum 10 1, ,725 Page 14

15 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 16 Church of Uganda, Afoyoyo CoKton ,500 16, ,925 Landi Flower tree 1 5, ,750 Bush trees 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 Sheer nut butter tree (Aged) 1 45,000 6,750 51, Olyera Cypriano Fig tree 1 5, , Celina Afula Pawpaw tree 2 60,000 9,000 69,000 Bush tree 1 5, ,750 sisal 7 70,000 10,500 80,500 1 Poungo Paul Sheer nut 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Bush tree 1 5, , koku Terizina Sweet potatoes 50 50,000 7,500 57,500 pumpkins 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 13,232,951 Page 15

16 ORIANG Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Otuga Smoa Sweet potatoes ,000 30, ,150 Cassava ,000 43, ,200 Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 Neem tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Maize 60 9,000 1,350 10,350 Sisal 5 50,000 7,500 57,500 2 Swaib Pithua Cassava 30 90,000 13, ,500 Acassia ,000 18, ,750 Bush trees 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 3 Kerfua Dominic Cassava 570 1,710, ,500 1,966,500 Sweet potatoes (H) ,000 75, ,000 Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 4 Manano Alex Cassava 500 1,500, ,000 1,725,000 Cotton 1, ,000 45, ,000 Bush trees (A) 3 15,000 2,250 17,250 Pumpkins 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 5 Oyikuru Siliman Cassava ,000 47, ,250 Ground nuts 1, ,000 15, ,000 6 Odaga Mozamil Cassava ,000 96, ,750 Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 7,058,700 Page 16

17 LAJI Name Plants Quantity Value Area/acre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Olyor Fabiano Cassava 800 2,400, ,000 2,760,000 Sweet Potatoes ,000 17, ,250 Cotton ,000 20, ,250 2 Oyika Alisanzu Sweet Potatoes ,000 36, ,750 Acassia 13 65,000 9,750 74,750 3 Osutho Justina Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Bush trees 1 5, ,750 4 Orombi Jesca Cassava ,000 67, ,500 Sisal 3 30,000 4,500 34,500 5 Onama Olar Cassava (Y) 600 1,800, ,000 2,070,000 6 Owinyaai Valeriano Sweet Potatoes 77 77,000 11,550 88,550 Eucalyptus 4 40,000 6,000 46,000 Ground nuts 10, ,556 83, ,889 Beans 2, ,000 18, ,000 Sisal 3 30,000 4,500 34,500 7 Cekecan Japonji Sweet Potatoes (Y) , ,000 1,035,000 8 Wathum Bosco Cassava , ,000 1,035,000 Cotton 1, ,000 45, ,000 Mango trees 4 180,000 27, ,000 Acassia 6 30,000 4,500 34,500 _Sorghum 6,000 18,000 2,700 20,700 9,706,639 Page 17

18 AFERE Name Plants Quantity Value Area/acre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE VILLAGE 1 Rev.Rwothomio Moses Sweet potatoes 65 65,000 9,750 74,750 Maize ,500 7,875 60,375 Sorghum 8,000 24,000 3,600 27,600 2 Omul Andrea Cassava 1,500 4,500, ,000 5,175,000 Sweet potatoes ,000 72, ,000 Oranges 8 480,000 72, ,000 Acassia 16 80,000 12,000 92,000 Bush trees 13 65,000 9,750 74,750 3 Julle Godfrey Bush trees 2 10,000 1,500 11,500 Maize (Y) 1,500 24,999 3,750 28,749 Beans (Y) 120 6,667 1,000 7,667 4 Rev.Onyuthi Christoph Sweet potatoes (Y) 28 28,000 4,200 32,200 Maize (Y) 93 13,950 2,093 16,043 Beans (Y) 6, ,333 50, ,333 5 Orochi John Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 Eucalyptus 1 30,000 4,500 34,500 6 Asiko Denis Mango trees 4 180,000 27, ,000 Acassia 1 5, ,750 7 Osaga Atilio Mango trees (Y) 2 40,000 6,000 46,000 8 Ofungi Brian Sweet potatoes ,000 19, ,500 9 Afere Primary School Eucalyptus ,000 48, , Jakuma Robert Ground nuts (Y) 1, ,000 16, ,500 Maize (Y) ,800 2,520 19,320 8,152,636 Page 18

19 1 Name Plants Quantity Value Arealacre Land value 15% disturbance TOTAL TOTAL PER VILLAGE 11 Owega Pias Sweet potatoes (H) 87 87,000 13, ,050 Avocado (Y) 1 15,000 2,250 17,250 PawPaw trees (Y) 1 15,000 2,250 17,250 Acassia 1 5, , Ounga Aloysius Beans (Y) 5, ,111 46, , Pollu Peter Sweet potatoes (Y) ,000 54, ,000 Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Sheernut butter tree 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Fig tree 1 5, ,750 Beans ,111 1,667 12,778 Pumpkins 10 50,000 7,500 57,500 Tomatoes (Y) ,000 34, , Orochi Jema Cassava (Y) ,000 94, , Omedowa.B.F. Sweet potatoes (Y) 50 50,000 7,500 57,500 Mango trees 1 45,000 6,750 51,750 Maize (Y) ,000 13, , Nanthim Primary Scho Umbrella tree 1 5, ,750 Mango trees 2 90,000 13, ,500 Nsambya trees 1 5, ,750 Acassia 8 40,000 6,000 46,000 10,604,692 Page 19

20 ANNEX 2 COMPENSATION REPORT FOR ARUA- NEBBI ROAD. LC I Village Number of Amount paid in Ug. Shs Beneficiaries ARUA DISTRICT Niva 22 8,491,842 Sambia 45 14,694,107 Onzivu 50 36, Abirichi 88 22,146,192 Eruba upper ,723,985 Eruba lower ,825,952 Ocoko ,336,815 Olevu 45 18,843,440 Ombavu 88 44,303,338 Omoo 26 7,735,015 Pajuru 35 9,995,110 Awika ,046,875 Odravu 48 61,114,934 Muni 71 48,281,600 Nyanyabu 46 14,294,155 Ajibu 52 53,285,365 Ndobo 60 54,078,405 Opibu 21 24,875,996 Omua 55 27,394,497 NEBBI DISTRICT Omyer 23 4,486,288 Nyakagei 11 4,437,045 Pakicur 20 6,005,921 Aryek 8 3,925,065 Atido 4 8,746,325 Thatha 15 13,042,955 Pubidhi 47 17,731,620 Oryang 26 26,054,515 Afere 7 16,377,955 TOTAL 1, ,947,087 Source: Ministry of Works, Housing and Communications Road Agency Formation Unit- (RAFU) U

21 ANNEX 3 THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL DEVELOPMENT 93KV POWER LINE FOR ARIUA-NEBBI (Contract UEB232/472/O1) GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION (Prepared by NEK Consults Ltd and Spencon Services Ltd) SEPTEMBER 2003

22 1.0 Introduction The process of compensating the PAPs will involve different players including the Central Government, Local Government and the Contractor who will be responsible for the actual payment. It will require maximum transparency and a high degree of accountability for the large amount of funds to be paid out. MEMD decided to make the contractor responsible for the payment of the PAPs because he was conversant with the area and was in daily contact with the local government and the PAPs in both Nebbi and Arua Districts. 1.0 Survey, Valuation assessments for compensation The Uganda Electricity Transmission company Limited (UETCL) surveyed the route of the line between July and August Then, later in 2003 the MEMD contracted NEK Consults to document the impact of the power line on private property and give recommendations on the compensation procedure, thus deliver an Abbreviated Resettlement Action Plan. The Consultant used the rates from the Chief Government Valuer's office, in the Ministry of Water, Lands and Environment to value the property of the affected people. Also the World Bank guidelines on Involuntary Resettlement were followed. Only property that was out side the road reserve was considered, since that within the road reserve had been compensated for during the road construction. A list of ownership was compiled and the respective value of the affected property computed. (See Annex 2) 3.0 Verification and Compensation committee (VCC) In order to ensure that payment is done appropriately, compensation committees will be set up. The committees will comprise of a representative from MEMD, the District Land Officer and the LC I Chairperson of the village. The committee sits at the local council Village level to verify the affected persons listed during the time of the compensation. The identification is done basing on LC I identification, Field assessment form entries and any other relevant document that the person submits to the compensation committee. 4.0 Compensation committee's Roles a) Role of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (Government) The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development shall publicize the schedule of the Compensation committee's meetings over Radio Uganda and other FM Radio stations that cover the two districts, in the appropriate local languages and in English. The Ministry shall also remind the LC III about the schedule of the compensation meetings in writing. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development shall also be responsible for the co-ordination of the whole exercise and will chair the compensation committee meetings. It will be responsible for co-ordinating all activities at the 2 U~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

23 Central government level, particularly with the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Ministry of water, Lands and Environment, Uganda land Commission, the Office of the Chief Government Valuer, Commissioner for Surveys and Mapping, and others as need be. The Ministry will also work with the Chief Administration Officer at the Local Government level. The Ministry of Energy will requisition the public funds for compensation of the project affected people and will pay the PAPS through the contractor. b) Role of the District Land Officer The District Land Officer shall be the secretary to the compensation committee whose role will be to: i) Make the compensation payment timetable together with the Chief Administrative Officer of the District or his designated Assistant Chief Administrative Officer in charge of land matters. ii) Take minutes of the meetings of the compensation committee. iii) Record issues of public interest and official quires iv) To ensure safe custody of copies of valuation Field Assessment Forms, payments and other official documents, and v) To co-ordinate with Local councilsl, 2 and 3 during the process of payment. vi) To keep the District Land office particularly the Chairman and the Secretary of the District Land Board informed of the progress of compensation payments. S/he will also closely work with the Assistant Chief Administration Officer in charge of land issues. c) The role of the LC I councilors The LC I councilors, particularly the Chairman and the General Secretary will be responsible for identifying and verifying the list of the project affected persons at village level. They will also sensitize the PAPS and the community in general about the compensation exercise. 5.0 The role of the valuer (Ex- officio) In addition to the above, there shall be the valuer who will be an ex-officio member of the committee. He will be respond to all the queries on the valuation methodology used and on the assessments made, compensation rates applicable and on the computations 6.0 The role of the District Local Government 6.1 The Chief Administrative Officer shall work jointly with the District Land Officer to design a schedule of meetings of the compensation committees in the 3 U~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

24 respective districts. The Assistant Chief Administration officer in charge of land will work more closely with the district land officer. The schedule shall then be sent to the Ministry of Energy for publication in the mass media. 6.2 The District Local Government shall provide the means of transport for the compensation committee throughout the process. 7.0 Payments 7.1 The payments shall be done by the contractor (Spencon U. Ltd) depending on the approved land values and crop compensation rates in the compensation report. 7.2 The contractor shall make payments to persons positively identified by the compensation committee at its sitting in the LC I village, following the drawn schedule. 7.3 Payments exceeding Shs. 100,000/= shall be done by cheque. The contractor shall open up an account for this purpose. 7.4 For payments less than 100,000/= compensation values, the contractor shall make payments in cash from a predetermined secure location s agreed in consultation between the MEMD, the CAO and the Contractor. 7.5 While making payments, the contactor shall not be answerable for either the process of land survey, computation of values and the compensation except to make payments to persons positively identified by the compensation committee or for any mistake s and omissions in the compensation reports. 8.0 Payment Documents and forms The contractor shall make the following documents to be used for compensation payment: 8.1 Form (A): Verification Identity Document (attached) The verification identity document will be filled at the LCI village sitting where the PAP resides. The Verification Identity Document, in book form shall have three carbon copies as follows: a) Original (White): - to be retained by the contractor for accountability to the MEMD. b) Ist copy (Green): - to be issued by the compensation committee, duly signed, to persons, positively identified at LCI level, for their introduction to the contractor's cashiers. 4

25 c) 2 copy (Pink):- to be retained by the compensation committee. d) 3d copy (blue):- to remain in the book. Form (B) Payment Voucher (attached) The book of the Payment Vouchers shall have three carbon copies for distribution as follows: a) Original (White):- Copy (Blue):- be retained by the contractor's cashier for accountability to MEMD. b) Ist copy (Green):- to be taken by Payee: c) 2nd copy (Pink):- to be kept by the District Land Officer for the District Local Government; d) 3rd copy (Blue):- to remain in the book Final Report on compensation payments. The contractor shall make a final report to be submitted to the MEMD, District local government and the District Land Office. The report shall be compiled using the filled forms and payment vouchers from the contractor and other field documents of accountability to support genuine payments. The Report will be verified and confirmed by the Compensation committee. 5 U ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ <:

26 FORM (A) VERIFICATION OF IDENTITY DOCUMENT MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL DEVELOPMENT 33KV POWERLINE FROM ARUA TO NEBBI (Contract UEB232/473/01) Payment of compensation (Prepared by NEK Consults Ltd and Spencon Services Ltd) NO... Verification of Identity LC I Village:... Name of Claimant:... Identity card No.:... Valuation Reference No.:... Compensation Value: Shs.... Signatures For, MEMD:... Stamp District Land Officer:... Stamp LC I Chairperson:... Stamp 6

27 FORM (B) PAYMENT VOUCHER THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL DEVELOPMENT 33KV POWERLINE FROM ARRUA TO NEBBI (Contract UEB232/473/01) Receipt Voucher No... Date / / 2003 COMPENSATION for land, buildings and crops. (Prepared by NEK Consults Ltd and Spencon Services Ltd) Compensation made to: Mr. / Miss /Mrs... of. Valuer's reference... Total USHs. (Total in words: (only). As follows (data provided by the valuer): Details of payment: Cash/cheque No... Bank.. Day.Month Date. Paid by... Received by. For Assignee Assignor Signature Signature Payee has been identified by... (Signature and stamp of the Local Council 1). In the presence of the Compensation Committee sitting at Local council 1 Village. Details of payment: UShs. (UShs. only). Disturbance Payable (15%): UShs... (UShs.. only). Total paid (Land, Property Value plus Disturbance Allowance): UShs... UShs... only Additional Disturbance Allowance: UShs... UShs... only 7

28 ANNEX 4 COMPENSATION RATES * a) FRUIT TREES/PLANTS 1. Paw paws 30,000/= per tree mature/producing 15,000/= per tree young/medium 2,000/= per seedling 2. Guava 30,000/= per tree mature/bearing 15,000/= per tree young/medium 3. Avocado 45,000/= per tree mature/yielding 15,000/= per tree young/medium 4. Brother heart 45,000/= per tree mature/yielding 15,000/= per tree young/medium 5. Passion fruit 45,000/= per plant 6. Lemons 40,000/= per tree mature/yielding 7. Banana 1 0,000/= per clump/cluster 8. Oranges /= per tree mature/bearing 30,000/= per tree young/medium 5,000/= per seedling 9. Mangoes 75,000/= per tree (dods or hybreed type) yielding 45,000/= per tree (other types) mature/bearing 20,000/= -30,000/= per tree young/medium 10. Yams (Climbing type) 2,000/= per plant 11. Jack fruit 60,000/= per tree mature/yielding 30,000/= per tree young/medium 12. Pineapples 1,000/= per plant 13. Water melon 10,000/= per stool b) CROPS 14. Coffee 10,000/= per tree mature/bearing

29 5,000/= per tree young/medium 15. Eggplant 1,000/= per plant 16. Cassava 3,000/= per stool 17. Sweet Potatoes 1,000/= per sq. metre 18. Maize 1501= per stand 19. Finger Millet 200/= per sq. metre 20. Sorghum 150/= per sq. metre 21. Beans 500/= per sq. metre 22. Ground nuts 500/= per sq. metre 23. Sugar cane 3,000/= per clump Cluster 24. Simsim 400/= per sq. metre 25. Tomatoes 6,000/= per sq. metre 26. Onions 1,500/= per sq. metre 27. Cabbages 200/= per head 28. Grans 300/= per sq. metre 29. Pigeon peas 200/= per sq. metre 30. Cow peas 400/= per sq. metre 31. Soya beans 400/= per sq. metre 32. Mayuni (Yams) 500/= per sq. metre 33. Rice 5001= per sq. metre 34. Bull rush millet 1501= per sq. metre 35. Wheat 5001= per sq. metre 36. Cashewnuts 15,000/= per tree mature 5,000/= per young _U

30 37. Pepper (red) 200/= per plant 38. Sisal /= per stool 39. Greens (dodo, etc.) 5001= per sq. metre 40. Lemongrass 1,000/= per stand 41. Pumpkins 5,0001= per stool 42. Okra 300/= per plant 43. Tobacco 1,000/= per plant 44. Cotton 300/= per sq. metre 45. Vanilla 20,000/= per metre 46. Mulberry tree 1,000/= per plant 47. Cauliflower 200/= per plant 48. Guard plants 5,000/= per plant 49. Ginger plants 300/= per plant 50. Binzari 1,000/= per plant 51. Cinnamon tree 60,000/= per tree 52. Garlic (Tungulu) 3,000/= per sq. metre c) TIMBER TREES AND OTHERS 53. Eucalyptus 30,000/= per tree timber size 10,000/= per tree medium size 3,000/= per tree pole/building type 54. Cypress 20,000/= per mature tree timber size 15,000/= per tree medium 2,000/= per tree building size 55. Muvule/Mahogany 45,000/= per tree timber size 25,000/= per tree medium size 5,000/= per tree young/building type U

31 56. Shade/Bush trees 5,000/= per tree 57. Palm tree 20,000/= per tree 58. Tamarind tree 45,000/= per tree 59. Shea nut tree 45,000/= per tree 60. Bark cloth 20,000/= per tree 61. Ornamental plants 200/= per sq. metre (spreading type) 3,000/= per plant (upright type) d) BUILDINGS (TEMPORARY TYPES) 62. Bee-hives 15,000/= per hive 63. Houses: a) Mud and Wattle (Grass thatched) 10,000/= per m 2 b) Tins roof 12,000/= per m 2 c) Iron sheets roof 25,000/= per m Pit latrines: a) Mud and Wattle (grass thatched) /= (structure as per building; then Shs 5,000 per foot of unfilled pit) b). Bricks walls plastered and cemented floor /=(structure as per building; then Shs 5,000 per foot of unfilled pit) 65. Semi-permanent buildings: a) Thatched roof Mud block/bricks plastered earth floor 20,000/= per m 2 b) Iron sheets/tins roof earth floor 25,000/= per m 2 U~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

32 c) Iron sheets/tins roof Cemented floor 60,000/= per m2 65. Graves a) Uncemented 75,000/= per grave b) Cemented 200,000/= per grave c) Marble built /= per grave 67. Granaries (locally built) 50,0001= per granary 68. Quarry a) Murram 1,000/= per cubic metre b) Stones/ rocks 15,000/= per cubic metre e) OFFICE OF THE CHIEF GOVERNMENT VALUER WILL REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE VALUES OF SOME ITEMS BELOW:- 69. Land 500,000 per Acre- rural 70. Permanent buildings 71. V.I.P latrines 72. Plate and cup racks 3,000/= reeds 5,000/= 73. Bath enclosure/shelters 3,000/= Grass 10,000/= Tin 5,000/= Reeds 74. Animal 75. Fish ponds 76. Fences 77. Statutory disturbance s: a) evacuation within 3 months 30% of compensation value b) evacuation in 6 months 15% of compensation value Source: Chief Government Valuer* li