Gender impacts of the Shuakhevi hydropower project in Georgia and its compliance with EBRD requirements
Study | 31 October 2016
A majority of the local population protests against the construction of the Shuakhevi HPP for various reasons, including issues related to land and water “grabbing”, geological risks posed by construction works, employment
The purpose of this study is to assess the project’s gender impacts on the affected population as well as to evaluate whether the project related documentation and construction process meets the requirements of international financial institutions.
Theme: Social and economic impacts
Project: Hydropower development in Georgia
Tags: gender | hydropower
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