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ANNEX B: SCREENING CHECKLIST

The following checklist has been designed to assist in the evaluation of infrastructure projects under the ZUSP Additional Financing. The form is intended to assist with Step 2 of the “Procedure for sub-project environmental and social screening, appraisal, review and approval” found in Section 7 of the ESMF. This will inform the safeguards triggered by the subproject, and drafting the application for EIA certificate at ZEMA.


The ESSF contains information that will allow project planners to determine the

characterization of the prevailing local bio-physical and social environment with the aim

to assess the potential infrastructure project impacts on it. The ESSF will also identify

potential socio-economic impacts that will require mitigation measures and/or

resettlement and compensation.
Name of sub-project…………………………………………………….
Implementing Institution (Participating Urban LGA) ………………………………
Name of the area in which the sub-project is to be implemented
………………………………………………
Name of Executing Agent/Contractor……………………………………………
Name of the Supervising Agent …………………………………………
Details of person responsible for filling out this ESSF:
Name: ………………………………………………………………………..
Job title:………………………………………………………………………
Telephone numbers:……………………………; …………………………..
E-mail address………………………………………
Signature:……………………………………………
Date: ………………………………………………...
PART A: BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF SUB -PROJECT
Please provide information on the type and scale of the infrastructure project (area, required land, approximate size of total building floor area).




Provide information about actions needed during the construction of structures including

support/ancillary structures and activities required to build it, e.g. need to quarry or

excavate borrow materials, laying pipes/lines to connect to energy or water source, access

road etc.




Describe how the infrastructure project will operate including support/activities and

resources required to operate it e.g. roads, disposal site, water supply, energy

requirement, human resource etc.








PART B: BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL

SITUATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL

IMPACTS
Describe the infrastructure location, siting, surroundings (include a map, even a sketch

map)




Describe the land formation, topography, vegetation in/adjacent to the project area





Estimate and indicate where vegetation might need to be cleared.







Environmentally sensitive areas or threatened species
Are there any environmentally sensitive areas or threatened species (specify below) that

could be adversely affected by the project?


Intact natural forests: Yes __________No ___________
Riverine forest: Yes ______________ No ___________
Surface water courses, natural springs Yes ______________ No ___________
Wetlands (lakes, rivers, swamp, seasonally inundated areas) Yes ________No ______
How far is the nearest wetland (lakes, rivers, seasonally inundated areas, sea)?

______________________ km.


Area of high biodiversity: Yes ___________ No ___________
Habitats of endangered/ threatened, or rare species for which protection is required under

Tanzania national law/local law and/or international agreements.


Yes ___________ No __________
Others (describe)…………. Yes ____________ No ______________
Rivers, Lakes and Marine Ecology
Is there a possibility that, due to construction and operation of the project, the river and

lake ecology will be adversely affected? Attention should be paid to water quality and

quantity; the nature, productivity and use of aquatic habitats, and variations of these over

time.


Yes ______________ No ______________
Protected areas
Does the project area (or components of the project) occur within/adjacent to any

protected areas designated by government (national park, national reserve, world heritage

site etc.)
Yes _________ No ____________
If “YES”, Natural Habitats (OP 4.04) is triggered and/or Physical Cultural Resources (OP 4.11). Include appropriate mitigation measure to be taken in ESIA and ESMP.
If the project is outside of, but close to, any protected area, is it likely to adversely affect

the ecology within the protected area areas (e.g. interference with the migration routes of

mammals or birds).
Yes __________ No ____________
Geology and Soils
Based upon visual inspection or available literature, are there areas of possible geologic

or soil instability (prone to: soil erosion, landslide, subsidence, earthquake etc)?


Yes ____________ No ____________
Based upon visual inspection or available literature, are there areas that have risks of

large scale increase in soil salinity?


Yes _____________ No _____________
Based upon visual inspection or available literature, are there areas prone to floods,

poorly drained, low-lying, or in a depression or block run-off water


Yes _____________ No _____________
Contamination and Pollution Hazards
Is there a possibility that the project will be at risks of contamination and pollution

hazards (from latrines, dumpsite, industrial discharges etc)


Yes _____________ No _____________
Would the project procure or use pesticides, poisons, or rodenticides to control pests (insects, rodents, invasive birds)?
Yes _____________ No _____________
If “YES” then the Pest Management (OP/BP 4.09) safeguard policy is triggered. Carry out EIA for appropriate measures for safe handling, use, and disposal of chemicals.
Landscape/aesthetics
Is there a possibility that the project will adversely affect the aesthetic attractiveness of

the local landscape?


Yes __________ No ____________
Historical, archaeological or cultural heritage site
Based on available sources, consultation with local authorities, local knowledge and/or

observations, could the project alter any historical, archaeological, cultural heritage

traditional (sacred, ritual area) site or require excavation near same?

Yes ___________ No ____________


If “YES” , Physical Cultural Resources (OP 4.11) is triggered. Carry out EIA for appropriate mitigation measure to be taken.
Resettlement and/or land Acquisition
Will involuntary resettlement, land acquisition, relocation of property, or loss, denial or

restriction of access to land and other economic resources be caused by project

implementation?
Yes ___________ No _________________
If “Yes” Involuntary Resettlement OP 4.12 is triggered. Please refer to the Resettlement

Policy Framework (RPF) for appropriate mitigation measures to be taken.



Loss of Crops, Fruit Trees and Household Infrastructure
Will the project result in the permanent or temporary loss of crops, fruit trees and

household infra-structure (such as granaries, outside toilets and kitchens, livestock shed

etc)?

Yes ____________ No ______________


Block of access and routes or disrupt normal operations in the general area
Will the project interfere or block access, routes etc (for people, livestock) or traffic

routing and flows?


Yes ____________ No ______________
Noise and Dust Pollution during Construction and Operations
Will the operating noise level exceed the allowable noise limits?
Yes ___________ No _______________
Will the operation result in emission of copious amounts of dust, hazardous fumes?
Yes ___________ No _______________
Degradation and/or depletion of resources during construction and operation
Will the operation involve use of considerable amounts of natural resources (construction

materials, water spillage, land, energy from biomass etc.) or may lead to their depletion

or degradation at points of source?
Yes ___________ No _______________
Solid or Liquid Wastes
Will the project generate solid or liquid wastes? (including human excreta/sewage,

asbestos)


Yes _______________ No ______________
If “Yes”, does the project include a plan for their adequate collection and disposal?
Yes ________________ No ______________
Occupational health hazards
Will the project require large number of staff and laborers; large/long-term construction

camp?
Yes ________________ No ______________


Are the project activities prone to hazards, risks and could result in accidents and injuries

to workers during construction or operation?


Yes ________________ No ______________

PART C: MITIGATION MEASURES
For all “Yes” responses, describe briefly the measures taken to this effect.






PART D: ENVIRONMENTAL CATEGORIZATION AND SCOPE OF ESIA
Categorization
Based on the results of the screening, would the project have potential to cause (check one):


Significant, diverse, unprecedented negative environmental and/or social impacts?




If checked, the project is a Category A and should proceed according to the ESIA standards for content, consultation and disclosure included in World Bank OP/BP 4.01, and the format for a full ESIA according to ZEMA guidelines.

Moderate environmental and social impacts that are largely site-specific.




If checked, project is Category B and should proceed with the appropriate level of environmental assessment and include mitigation measures based on the safeguards triggered. EA should be consistent with ZEMA guidelines for EA.

Minimal or no environmental and social impacts.




If checked project is Category C and can utilize basic environmental guidelines to mitigate any impacts or no further action required if no impacts noted in the checklist.

Please explain rationale for environmental category selected





Please tick all World Bank safeguard policies triggered







Safeguard Policies

Triggered?




Environmental Assessment OP/BP 4.01







Natural Habitats OP/BP 4.04







Forests OP/BP 4.36







Pest Management OP 4.09







Physical Cultural Resources OP/BP 4.11







Involuntary Resettlement OP/BP 4.12



Please outline next steps for compliance with ZEMA requirements and World Bank safeguard policies, including dates as relevant:







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