The 17th Social Monitoring report, prepared by the government-recruited REDECAM Group, is out. The report covers the period Feb. 16- May 15, 2012, and is remarkable only in the information it omits, such as the rising debt levels among households affected by the railways rehabilitation project, as well as the failures and delays of the Expanded Income Restoration Programme, for which AusAID has pledged an addition US$1 million (approx.). The report does however note that there are a number of complaints from affected households that continue to be unresolved, as nalso noted previous reports. You can access the report here.
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