The project will:
But the project will also:
Suitable alternative locations have already been identified for those affected people who will need to move as part of the project’s early works programme and they will be compensated for their losses. The resettlement process aims to improve peoples’ lives through a range of initiatives, including:
Seli Hydropower and its advisers are working with Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Lands, Country Planning and the Environment, together with the Sierra Leone’s Environmental Protection Agency, to plan the resettlement process.
This involves communicating with everyone (‘stakeholders’) who might be affected by the project or can affect what happens with the project.
Everyone in Sierra Leone has a legal right to comment about a project or development and Seli Hydropower will make sure all stakeholders understand this.
Village Stakeholder Meetings have been set up to provide opportunities to get involved in any decisions that may affect where people live or what they do for a living.
Information is being provided on:
We have set up a dedicated helpline for anyone who has questions or would like to submit comments, all of which will be taken into consideration. We aim to respond to all submissions within 48 hours.
Please contact us in writing, by email or by phone at the contact details provided below:
12 Pultney Street
Tel: +00 232 78 618454