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Environmental Social Management Framework

The World Bank Environmental and Social Framework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a policy and a set of Environmental and Social Standards (ESS) designed to support projects, with the aim of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The World Bank has defined specific Environmental and Social Standards (ESS), which are designed to avoid, minimize, reduce or mitigate the adverse environmental and social risks and impacts of projects. In the four documents (ESCP, ESMF, LMP and SEP) disclosed on this Website, the ESS related to the R4CR program are described in a transparent manner and as such visible and available to the community of Sint Maarten. Responses and reactions can be addressed the R4CR PIU management through the standard procedure.

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Stakeholder Engagement Plan

The World Bank Environmental and Social Framework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a policy and a set of Environmental and Social Standards (ESS) designed to support projects, with the aim of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The World Bank has defined specific Environmental and Social Standards (ESS), which are designed to avoid, minimize, reduce or mitigate the adverse environmental and social risks and impacts of projects. In the four documents (ESCP, ESMF, LMP and SEP) disclosed on this Website, the ESS related to the R4CR program are described in a transparent manner and as such visible and available to the community of Sint Maarten. Responses and reactions can be addressed the R4CR PIU management through the standard procedure.

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Labour Management Procedures

The World Bank Environmental and Social Framework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a policy and a set of Environmental and Social Standards (ESS) designed to support projects, with the aim of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The World Bank has defined specific Environmental and Social Standards (ESS), which are designed to avoid, minimize, reduce or mitigate the adverse environmental and social risks and impacts of projects. In the four documents (ESCP, ESMF, LMP and SEP) disclosed on this Website, the ESS related to the R4CR program are described in a transparent manner and as such visible and available to the community of Sint Maarten. Responses and reactions can be addressed the R4CR PIU management through the standard procedure.

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Environmental Social Community Plan

The World Bank Environmental and Social Framework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a policy and a set of Environmental and Social Standards (ESS) designed to support projects, with the aim of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The World Bank has defined specific Environmental and Social Standards (ESS), which are designed to avoid, minimize, reduce or mitigate the adverse environmental and social risks and impacts of projects. In the four documents (ESCP, ESMF, LMP and SEP) disclosed on this Website, the ESS related to the R4CR program are described in a transparent manner and as such visible and available to the community of Sint Maarten. Responses and reactions can be addressed the R4CR PIU management through the standard procedure.

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Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) form

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) or employees of CSOs who feel treated unfairly under the R4CR program, do have the possibility of submitting a complaint by completing the Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) form and submit this to the following E-mail address: info@r4cr.org. The R4CR Project Implementation Unit (PIU) in charge for the day-to-day management of the R4CR program will contact you instantly (latest 5 working days after reception of the complaint) and follow up accordingly with the aim of finding an amicable solution.

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R4CR Grant Manual

Under the R4CR program, the Grant Manual (GM) is an instruction guide for CSOs currently active on Sint Maarten which would like to apply for funds available under the R4CR Grant Scheme. The GM describes the different steps to be followed from the official announcement and call for proposals to the assessment, selection, contract awarding and finally implementation. The GM will be reviewed regularly to adopt lessons learned and good practices from implementation. Applicants are called upon to study the GM carefully and abide by the rules of the game meaning to use all templates attached to the GM.

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Annex 2 - The financial proposal - Budget template

The CSO is obliged to submit together with the Technical Proposal (Annex 1) ALWAYS a Financial Proposal (budget). CSOs are requested to use the Template for the Financial Proposal (Budget) as attached to the Grant Manual (Annex 2). Failing to submit a Financial Proposal could result in a refusal of the application.

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Annex 1 - Technical Proposal - -Template

In case a CSO has the intention to submit an application, it is obliged to use the Template for the Technical Proposal (attached as Annex 1 to the Grant Manual). By answering all subject categories of the template adequately, the CSO at least meets the technical requirements of the Grant Scheme. With deviating from this grid by using another format, the CSO runs the risk of being sidelined.

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