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Public Consultation on Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP) of Health Care Facilities’ Rehabilitation Projects
01 November, 2021

Public Consultation on Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP) of Health Care Facilities’ Rehabilitation Projects

Public Consultation on Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs) of Infrastructure Rehabilitation Projects of Kutaisi O. Chkhobadze Multidisciplinary Clinic of Regional Healthcare Center LLC and Kutaisi Regional Division of LELP Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center

 

Due to the pandemic caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) the need of the additional therapeutic and diagnostic devices became essential in Georgia, as well as worldwide. Under the first component of the World Bank supported Emergency Covid-19 Response Project financial sources for supporting the strengthening of the medical infrastructure have been determined. Under the mentioned component Kutaisi O. Chkhobadze Multidisciplinary Clinic of Regional Healthcare Center LLC and Kutaisi Regional Division of LELP Emergency Situations Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center were selected, as they require rehabilitation of existing infrastructure to meet established HC and epidemiological standards. Both facilities are involved in COVID-19 cases management.  Kutaisi O. Chkhobadze Multidisciplinary Clinic is involved in COVID-19 immunization as well. Tender documentation for the rehabilitation works was prepared for both projects, which together with the required documents includes the project designs and Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs) prepared for these projects.

ESMPs have been prepared according to the requirements of World Bank Environmental and Social Framework and the Environmental and Social Management Framework of Emergency Covid-19 Response Project.  According to the WB Stakeholders Engagement and Information Disclosure requirements, to ensure public and stakeholders’ awareness on projects’ activities and the environmental and social responsibility of the construction contractors during the project implementation, ESMPs are publicly disclosed. The stakeholders are able to express their points and provide comments on elaborated ESMPs.

A public consultation meeting on presented ESMPs will be conducted in online format via webex platform., at 15:00, on November 17, 2021. Interested persons can participate in the meeting through the following link:

https://mohge.webex.com/mohge/j.php?MTID=m2c21227fd3e8b0fce5bffc4de537557e

or using meeting number and password:

Meeting number (access code): 2405 603 0049

Meeting password: bDsAWUsw832 (23729879 from phones and video systems)

For additional information, contact MoILHSA Project Implementing Unit (PIU):                

Nino Patarashvili – Social Standards Specialist, 

Mob: +995 577 382292

E-mail: npatarashvili@moh.gov.ge

Giorgi Kobaladze – Environmental Standards Specialist, 

Mob: +995 599 6829834

Mob: gkobaladze@moh.gov.ge

The complete draft versions of ESMPs are available below:

Environmental and Social Management Plan_ESCUAC Kutaisi

Environmental and Social Management Plan_RHC Kutaisi

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