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FSM Sustainable Energy Development and Access Project (SEDAP)
Three safeguards instruments set out the procedures for  environmental and social protection that the National Government of the  Federated States of Micronesia (GoFSM) and the World Bank (Bank) have  agreed to employ in the conduct of the FSM Sustainable Energy Department  and Access Project (SEDAP).
These documents are disclosed below,
The Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) provides the set of mitigations, monitoring, and institutional measures to be taken during  the implementation and operation of the SEDAP to eliminate adverse environmental and social  impacts, offset them or reduce them to acceptable levels.  The ESMP also includes the actions   needed to implement these measures.
The Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF) addresses the involuntary resettlement impacts associated with the SEDAP, in particular the physical investments funded under SEDAP’s Component 2 – Increasing the share of RE and Expanding Energy Access in Chuuk, and Component 3 – Scaling-up Renewable Energy Generation in Chuuk, Yap and Kosrae.
The Environment and Social Monitoring Framework (ESMF) sets out the principles, policies and procedures for environmental and social protection covering in particular the physical investments for 2MW of Solar on Weno funded under Component 2 – Increasing the share of RE and Expanding Energy Access in Chuuk, as Sites are not known at appraisal. The impact assessment will be completed during project implementation.
The Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP).Stakeholder consultation and participation is a mandatory requirement for the preparation of WB funded projects triggering WB Safeguards Policies. The Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP)supports the preparation, disclosure and implementation of SEDAP’s Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP). and the land acquisition and resettlement planning process for SEDAP, the latter as set out in the Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF).


Mr. Fred N. Skilling would like to convey his thanks and gratitude for all our valued customers
who attended, joined, and donated for the first ever Power Week hosted by KUA.

KUA sponsored the following competition;
1. Tennis
2. Basketball
3. Volleyball (Male/Female)
4. Fishing Derby (Trolling)
5. Fastpitch Softball
6. Little League Baseball
7. Music Composition
8. Essay writing (Grade 6)
Kosrae Utilities Authority
Kosrae Utilities Authority provides safe, reliable, high quality electric and other utility services at rates that provide good value for the benefit received to all customers, and promotes a good quality of life in Kosrae

P. O. Box KUA    KOSRAE, FM 96944
Telephone: (691) 370-3799/3344
Fax: (691) 370-3798      email: kua.billing@gmail.com

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