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Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining and Rural Transformation

Voices from below: Artisanal- and small-scale mining as a product and catalyst of rural transformation Journal of Rural Studies 47: 108-116. Verbrugge, B., Cuvelier, J., Van Bockstael, S. 2015. Min(d)ing the land: The relationship between artisanal and small-scale mining and surface land arrangements in the southern Philippines, eastern DRC and

(PDF) ARTISANAL MINING PRACTICES: A STUDY OF

Mali), small-scale mining is differentiated from artisanal mining by the presence o f per manent, International Journal in Manageme nt and Social Science Volume 08 Issue 05,

ARTISANAL GOLD MINING CHALLENGES WITH ARPN

2019-6-25  ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences ©2006- 20 19 Asian Research Publishing Network (ARPN). All rights reserv ed. arpnjournals 2131 ARTISANAL GOLD MINING CHALLENGES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MINING AND PROCESSING METHODS IN ASGEDE TSIMBILA AND LAILAY ADIYABO WOREDAS, NORTHERN TIGRAY, ETHIOPIA

Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and food security

2020-5-14  Despite growing community engagement in artisanal gold mining practices, there is a lack of evidence on the implication that mining activities have on miners’ livelihoods and food security. Therefore, the research sets out to explore the implications of artisanal gold mining on food security.

Rehabilitation of Artisanal Mining Gold Land in West

contaminated gold mine tailing. Key words: Artisanal mining, Land degradation, Indigenous species, Mycorrhiza 1. Introduction Indonesia is one of the main countries where artisanal gold mining is operated. Artisanal mining is defined as an informal and unregulated system of sm all-scale mining.

Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale

2018-10-17  International Journal of Mining Science (IJMS) Page 21 Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Parts of Niger State, Central Nigeria A.

Impacts of Artisanal Small-Scale Mining in Rural

2020-8-4  Uranium Mine; but is envisaged to double by 2023 if the country's mineral resources are fully exploited (Ministry of Mining, 2013). Even though a lot of attention is given mainly to large scale mining operations, artisanal and small-scale mining industry (ASM) is also on the rise. Artisanal and small-scale mining

Investigation into the Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining

2018-2-24  Artisanal mining as an economic activ-ity has imparted both positively and negatively on the livelihood of resident. Significant gaps and disparities exist in the implementation of the current Mines and Minerals Act of 2009 on the artisanal mining sector. Keywords Artisanal Mining, Livelihood Foundation, Baomahun, Questionnaire, Environment 1.

Mining An Open Access Journal from MDPI

Mining is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal of mining science and engineering published quarterly online by MDPI.. Open Access —free to download, share, and reuse content. Authors receive recognition for their contribution when the paper is reused. Publication: first decisions in 15 days; acceptance to publication in 3 days (median values for MDPI journals in the

The Extractive Industries and Society Journal

About the journal. The Extractive Industries and Society is the one journal devoted to disseminating in-depth analysis of the socio-economic and environmental impacts of mining and oil and gas production on societies, both past and present. It provides a platform for the exchange of ideas on a wide range of issues .

International NGO Journal youth in artisanal gold mining

Artisanal mining is a non-mechanized mining operation carried out manually in less than 15 m vertical depth by citizens or cooperation. To run such an operation, one has to be licensed irrespective of the financial resources, technical competence, professional skills and experience of the claimant (Ethiopian Ministry of Mines, 2012; Ethiopian Mining Operation Proclamation, 2010).

Journal of Geology and Mining Research artisanal gold

Batouri is located in the East region of Cameroon; geologically the area is made up of Pan African granitoids, which are the host rocks of gold mineralization. Batouri gold deposits have long been subjected to artisanal mining activities carried out by the indigenes for livelihood. Majority of the mining population (45%) is made up by youths (15-30 years), followed by the adults (35%) within

Artisanal Mining, Employment and Empowerment in the

1. Introduction. Côte d’Ivoire is facing a rapid expansion of artisanal mines over the past decade in most of the country. This was made possible by the cession of the country from 2002 1, aggravated by the post-election crisis in 2011.Artisanal mining sector employs approximately 100,000 people directly, of whom 600,000 depend on it, specifically in gold and diamond sectors [1].

Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale

2018-10-17  International Journal of Mining Science (IJMS) Page 21 Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Parts of Niger State, Central Nigeria A.

Rehabilitation of Artisanal Mining Gold Land in West

contaminated gold mine tailing. Key words: Artisanal mining, Land degradation, Indigenous species, Mycorrhiza 1. Introduction Indonesia is one of the main countries where artisanal gold mining is operated. Artisanal mining is defined as an informal and unregulated system of sm all-scale mining.

Environmental, Health and Safety Intricacies of Artisanal

2021-6-15  accepted for inclusion in Journal of Sustainable Mining by an authorized editor of Journal of Sustainable Mining. <macro volume.title encode='html_tags'> Keywords: artisanal mining, mercury, gold, health and safety, environment, uganda. 1. Introduction. S.

The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods

2002-3-26  Artisanal mining can contribute to poverty alleviation and provides many opportunities. It is an activity associated with many negative social impacts. Miners are exposed to chemical contaminants, unsanitary conditions, prostitution, alcoholism and drug-taking.

Women and Artisanal Mining Request PDF

This paper critically examines how women employed in artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) low-tech mineral extraction and processing in sub-Saharan Africa could be affected by moves made

The Effects of Artisanal Mining on Irrigation Farming

Similarly, artisanal mining (ASM) depends on water for panning processes. Poor people’s vulnerability often increases when irrigation development demand and artisanal mining operations compete for resources such as time, labour and water. The article explores the effects of ASM activities on sustainable agriculture

Investigation into the Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining

2018-2-24  Artisanal mining as an economic activ-ity has imparted both positively and negatively on the livelihood of resident. Significant gaps and disparities exist in the implementation of the current Mines and Minerals Act of 2009 on the artisanal mining sector. Keywords Artisanal Mining, Livelihood Foundation, Baomahun, Questionnaire, Environment 1.

International NGO Journal youth in artisanal gold mining

Artisanal mining is a non-mechanized mining operation carried out manually in less than 15 m vertical depth by citizens or cooperation. To run such an operation, one has to be licensed irrespective of the financial resources, technical competence, professional skills and experience of the claimant (Ethiopian Ministry of Mines, 2012; Ethiopian Mining Operation Proclamation, 2010).

Abandoned mines and artisanal and small-scale mining in

2020-1-1  Mining industry including Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASM) can potentially contribute to sustainable development of a country by providing employment, increasing local purchasing power, stimulating local economic growth, slowing urban migration, and improving people's lives (Hentschel et al., 2003; Hilson, 2014; Verbrugge, 2016).

Journal of Geology and Mining Research artisanal gold

Batouri is located in the East region of Cameroon; geologically the area is made up of Pan African granitoids, which are the host rocks of gold mineralization. Batouri gold deposits have long been subjected to artisanal mining activities carried out by the indigenes for livelihood. Majority of the mining population (45%) is made up by youths (15-30 years), followed by the adults (35%) within

Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale

2018-10-17  International Journal of Mining Science (IJMS) Page 21 Socio-Economic Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Parts of Niger State, Central Nigeria A.

Artisanal mining and the rationalisation of informality

2020-9-29  (2020). Artisanal mining and the rationalisation of informality: critical reflections from Liberia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies / Revue canadienne d'études du développement: Vol. 41, No. 3,

The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods

2002-3-26  Artisanal mining can contribute to poverty alleviation and provides many opportunities. It is an activity associated with many negative social impacts. Miners are exposed to chemical contaminants, unsanitary conditions, prostitution, alcoholism and drug-taking.

Artisanal Mining ecological Effects in Zimbabwe and the

2017-3-24  Artisanal Mining ecological Effects In Zimbabwe And The Challenges Confronting The State And ijhssi 22 Page artisanal miners net income falls might be in the order of just over $1 000 per year, falling short of the U.N. poverty datum line of $500/month.

Women and Artisanal Mining Request PDF

This paper critically examines how women employed in artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) low-tech mineral extraction and processing in sub-Saharan Africa could be affected by moves made

The Effects of Artisanal Mining on Irrigation Farming

Similarly, artisanal mining (ASM) depends on water for panning processes. Poor people’s vulnerability often increases when irrigation development demand and artisanal mining operations compete for resources such as time, labour and water. The article explores the effects of ASM activities on sustainable agriculture

Investigation into the Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining

2018-2-24  Artisanal mining as an economic activ-ity has imparted both positively and negatively on the livelihood of resident. Significant gaps and disparities exist in the implementation of the current Mines and Minerals Act of 2009 on the artisanal mining sector. Keywords Artisanal Mining, Livelihood Foundation, Baomahun, Questionnaire, Environment 1.