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Company Response

Energy's earlier response to allegations of land grabbing in Tanzania

"Land grabbing definition perpetrated in the BEE project"

Bagamoyo EcoEnergy (BEE) believes that all Projects may do ‘more harm than good’…unless safeguards are put in place to ensure equitable development. For that reason, BEE has made immense efforts to follow international best practice standards. There has been a very comprehensive consultation process on the resettlement programme with not only all the four hamlets recognised by the GoT valuations process, but also with the temporal residents inside the Project site, all of which has been meticulously documented.

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