Like a biological mother
The land is, for some communities, akin to a mother, making it very difficult to part with. Some even vehemently refuse separation from it. Hence, it's crucial to empathize with them, and a mere formal legalistic approach isn't sufficient. A cultural approach is essential in cases of land acquisition activities like this.
In terms of safeguards for communities with such beliefs, FPIC (Free Prior Informed Consent) or PADIATAPA (Consent Based on Information Provided from the Start Without Coercion) must be applied. However, it's recognized that not all institutions in need of land view this approach as vital in the land acquisition process. Instead of implementing the FPIC or PADIATAPA procedures, some institutions needing land find these steps to be cumbersome and complicating. This can be understood, but after encountering twists and dead ends, these institutions come to realize the significance of applying the FPIC or PADIATAPA procedures.