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VN-Trung Son Hydropower Project

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Project Data Last Updated: 26/06/2020

IATI Identifier: 44000-P084773


The objective of the Trung Son Hydropower Project for Vietnam is to improve, or at least restore, livelihoods and living standards of affected households and villages while allowing them to maintain their cultural identity. There are four components to the project. The first component of the project is dam and ancillary construction. Construction of main dam and appurtenant structures, supply and installation of hydraulic mechanical and electro-mechanical equipment, access roads, bridges, borrow pits and quarries, power supply lines for construction and provision of supporting consultant services. The second component of the project is transmission line. Construction of the transmission line to evacuate power from the plant during the operation phase. The third component of the project is social and environment impact management. Implementation of the resettlement, livelihoods and ethnic minorities' development program, the public health action plan and the environment management plan. The fourth component of the project is capacity development and scale-up. Building of Vietnam Electricity (EVN) capacity to prepare hydropower projects to international standards.

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