Tanzania ASM dialogue
In November 2017, the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) held its second country dialogue on artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) in Geita, Tanzania.
The dialogue followed months of preparatory work with Tanzanian partners HakiMadani and MTL Consulting.
Participants spent two days visiting four-small-scale mines in Geita, one of Tanzania’s main gold-producing regions. This was followed by two days in workshops discussing how to make ASM in Tanzania more sustainable.
Here, Patience Singo, from Impact, shares the experience of Mongolia’s Sustainable Artisanal Mining (SAM) project, which he led until June 2017.
More details: www.iied.org/time-right-for-dialogue-about-sustainable-as….
Photo credit: Steve Aanu
Tagged: , mining , Tanzania , gold , ASM , dialogue
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