Sustainable Livelihood And Mining

Sustainable Livelihood And Mining

  • sustainable livelihood and mining

    Poverty eradication and sustainable livelihood: focusing United Nations Technical Cooperation. Seminar on "Artisanal and Small-scale Mining in Africa: Identifying Best Practices and Building the Sustainable Livelihoods of Communities" Joint event with Economic Commission for Africa hosted by Central Africa Sub-regional Development Centre.

  • sustainable livelihood and mining

    sustainable livelihood and mining . KCM sustainable livelihood projects for women and youth Projects The Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) has been partnering with DAPP on programmes that seek to reduce poverty among 1400 vulnerable women, youth and their s through innovative livelihoo.

  • Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining

    This kind of impact is hardly envisaged during the negotiation process for compensation and resettlement, and this supports the literature that dispossession due to mineral extraction undermines the potential contribution of mining to sustainable livelihood outcomes for people in host communities (Andrews, 2018; Cobbinah and Amoako, 2018). 4.2.4.

  • Author: Prosper Issahaku Korah, Abraham Marshall Nunbogu, Patrick Brandful Cobbinah, Bernard Afiik Akanpabad...
  • (PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN

    Therefore, at this stage it is difficult to make any policy suggestions A holistic approach integrating the need of the stakeholders with sustainable livelihood strategy analysis can be a possible approach to resolve the problems of mining sustainable issues on a long term basis.

  • Sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional

    A potential strength of the SL framework is that it assists with the measurement of the impact of mining and development at local and regional scales by, amongst other things, providing a methodology for collecting data at the household level relating to changes in livelihood assets. In mining, ‘sustainable livelihoods’ has been used almost

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  • sustainable livelihood and mining geefomnepal

    sustainable livelihood and mining. KNUSTSpace: Sustaining Livelihoods in Artisanal Small-Scale .- sustainable livelihood and mining ,Underpinned by this, sustainable livelihoods in artisanal small-scale mining communities has assumed prominence in international and national discourses. . is a major source of livelihood to the labour force of

  • (PDF) Livelihood Dynamism in Mining Region of

    Techniques like F-test; t-test and regression analysis has been used in the present paper. Mining do influence the livelihood strategies of local population. This dynamism in livelihood system has resulted in net monetary economic gain to the local population.

  • Opencast coal mining and sustainable local

    3-5-2016· The problem of sustainability of local traditional livelihoods is examined in the light of economic theories of sustainability (e.g. weak and strong sustainability) and sustainable livelihood approach (SLA). The results show that rural households in the mining area experience both positive and negative outcomes from the coal mining activities.

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  • MINING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Corruption Watch

    sustainability, have been tarnished by mining operations. When these operations come to an end, the mine shafts are often left open and neglected, with mines claiming that they have insufficient funds for Overview of TI’s Mining for Sustainable Development (M4SD) programme

  • Sustainable mining: an inherent contradiction in

    5-1-2015· “Mining also shouldn’t take place until there’s an agreement with local communities, especially indigenous people, because their livelihood can be directly impacted.” Some large mining companies have started to do a better job of community outreach and setting up

  • MINING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Corruption Watch

    sustainability, have been tarnished by mining operations. When these operations come to an end, the mine shafts are often left open and neglected, with mines claiming that they have insufficient funds for Overview of TI’s Mining for Sustainable Development (M4SD) programme

  • Livelihood Wikipedia

    An individual's livelihood involves the capacity to acquire aforementioned necessities in order to satisfy the basic needs of themselves and their household. The activities are usually carried out repeatedly and in a manner that is sustainable and providing of dignity.

  • Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood?

    Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? Artisanal or small-scale mining practices provide income to millions of the world’s poorest people. A lack of knowledge, policy, and regulation in the industry means that most small-scale miners operate illegally and without organization or oversight.

  • Sustainable Aboriginal Livelihoods and the

    Sustainable Aboriginal Livelihoods and the Pilbara Mining Boom. Holcombe, Sarah. 2010. “Sustainable Aboriginal livelihoods and the Pilbara . mining boom”. In Keen, I [ed] Indigenous participation in Australian Economies: Historical and . sustainable livelihood as ‘the range of activities that s upport improved well-being through . 9.

  • ASSESSING COMPENSATION PACKAGES AND THE SUSTAINABILITY

    The use of surface mining technology by the major large-scale mining companies led to loss large tract of lands which are used by people in these rural communities as a source of livelihood. Mining companies pay compensation packages to these farmers to make up for the loss of their livelihoods.

  • Artisanal mining and rural livelihoods in Africa: Change

    Artisanal mining and rural livelihoods in Africa: Change, challenges and policy options Roy Maconachie University of Bath, UK [email protected] Presentation to CSD19, United Nations New York, March 03, 2011

  • Opencast coal mining and sustainable local

    The problem of sustainability of local traditional livelihoods is examined in the light of economic theories of sustainability (e.g. weak and strong sustainability) and sustainable livelihood approach (SLA). The results show that rural households in the mining area experience both positive and negative outcomes from the coal mining activities.

  • Nexus between Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold

    Drawing on the DFID’s sustainable livelihood framework, this paper explores the nexus between artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) and livelihood in Prestea mining region, Ghana. A cross-sectional mixed method survey involving simple random and purposively sampled participants was carried out. The results suggest both positive and negative

  • Erasmus University Thesis Repository: The Impact

    Publication. Gold mining in Ghana To achieve this, the study drew on both the sustainable livelihoods framework and the concept of land tenure to critically analyze the specific research questions on impact of mining, emerging livelihood strategies/outcomes and mining politics. Findings from the study indicate that,

  • ARTISANAL/ SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING ACTIVITY AND ITS

    This thesis deals with the potential of Artisanal Small Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) as a sustainable livelihood strategy. This as a livelihood strategy is measured by the ability of ASGM activities in facilitating access to the five sustainable livelihood assets or capitals financial, human, social, physical and natural and for

  • Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods Oxfam Australia

    Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The authors would like to thank a number of their colleagues who assisted in this project. In particular, Christina Hill (Oxfam) who was involved in the study design, the context analysis and helped ensure gender was included. Christina also assisted with a final proof.

  • Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Development within the

    Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Development There is quite some debate about the contribution of small-scale mining to sustainable development and sustainable livelihoods. For the thousands of poverty stricken and hungry people in both rural and urban areas, small-scale mining is

  • How small-scale mining could offer sustainable

    7-3-2013· People mine diamonds in Sierra Leone, 2011. A report suggests such methods could provide sustainable livelihoods. Photograph: Tommy Trenchard/Alamy The controversial practice of artisanal and small-scale mining could offer millions of marginalised people a sustainable livelihood, but

  • Presentation on mining, communities, and

    Presentation on mining, communities, and sustainable development Published by MAC on 2010-02-23 Source: Africa Files (2010-02-02) Mining, communities, and sustainable development. Presentation by Dr Camillus Kassala, Cape Town. 2 February 2010. Introduction

  • Artisanal Mining and Livelihoods: Challenges and Opportunities

    impacts in resource regions. To date, artisanal mining scholarship has focused on measuring environmental impacts, such as mercury pollution. However, there is little research about the social impact of artisanal mining and the possibilities for alternative sustainable livelihood options. Pressing issues around artisanal mining have been

  • Sustainable Livelihood Sesa Goa Iron Ore

    Sustainable livelihood Alternative Livelihood Opportunities Project (ALOP) Our mining unit in Chitradurga district of Karnataka state has created lot of employment opportunities directly and indirectly for the villagers in the cluster. However, majority people belong to the lower strata of the society and are dependent on farming.

  • Research Article Nexus between Artisanal and Small-Scale

    Research Article Nexus between Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining and Livelihood in Prestea Mining Region, Ghana FrancisArthur, 1 WilliamsAgyemang-Duah, 1 RazakMohammedGyasi, 1,2 JosephYawYeboah, 1 andEvansOtieku 3 Department of Geography and Rural Development, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

  • Livelihoods and Policy in the Artisanal and Small-Scale

    Livelihoods and Policy in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector An Overview Centre for Development Studies sustainable manner within ASM communities (Labonne and Gilman, Analysis of Livelihood Issues in Artisanal and Small Scale Mining”, Centre for

  • Sustainable Livelihood Approach: A critical analysis of

    The Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA) to development intervention has been in vogue since the late 1990s and formed a central concept of the UK‟s Department for International Development‟s (DFID) strategy during the early years of the New Labour government in the UK.

  • A Proposal on Sustainable Livelihood

    21-12-2019· Facilitating to identify and recognize the inherent skills and evolve alternative livelihood and employment opportunities based on local natural resources . Facilitating the community to ensure control and management of local natural resources would ensure sustainable livelihood . mining, encroachment and land acquisition.