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  • Mining Effects on Rural Livelihoods, Adopted Strategies ...

    The study recommends that in order to achieve a common goal of sustainable livelihoods and environment in mining communities there should be inter-institutional policy that would enable stakeholder institutions take collective decision. Also for effective protection of endowed resources from massive depletion, governments in developing countries should ensure adequate funding to

  • Author: Isaac Boakye Danquah, S.C Fialor, Robert Aidoo
  • (PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN MINING

    SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN MINING. December 2014; Authors: Shatrajit Goswami. SRM Institute of Science and Technology; Download full-text PDF Read full-text ...

  • Sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional ...

    2015-04-01  In mining, ‘sustainable livelihoods’ has been used almost exclusively as a development objective, and often used interchangeably with ‘alternative livelihoods’ (Labonne and Gilman, 1999), the end goal being the diversification of rural communities, many of which are impoverished and over-reliant upon informal artisanal mining for sustenance (Hilson and Banchirigah, 2009). This narrow

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  • INDUSTRY DISCUSSION PAPER Livelihoods, Food Security and ...

    livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stresses and shocks and can maintain or enhance capabilities and assets both at that time and in the future, while at the same time not undermining the natural resource base. A livelihood system is the total combination of activities undertaken by a household or

  • (PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN MINING

    (PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN MINING Journal ijmr.net(UGC Approved) - Academia.edu Sustainable Measures are providing to consulting services or communities and organizations who are working on sustainability, but we unable to give you a quick solution. Economist also cannot do all the work for societies.

  • Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining ...

    2019-10-01  This paper describes the livelihood challenges and sustainable development implications of a mining-induced resettlement programme in Ghana within the framework of dualist land tenure regime. Using household surveys, focus group discussions, and key informant interviews, findings indicate that the mining-induced resettlement projects triggered precarious living

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  • Livelihood Dynamism in Mining Region of

    population and ensure them sustainable livelihood? Mining can be a positive force for the development of regions endowed with rich mineral deposits [1-3]. It not only creates direct and indirect employment opportunities for the local population but also generates prospect for starting new business and expansion of existing ones [2;4-9]. Besides mining project also provides and develops basic ...

  • Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining ...

    This paper describes the livelihood challenges and sustainable development implications of a mining-induced resettlement programme in Ghana within the framework of dualist land tenure regime. Using household surveys, focus group discussions, and key informant interviews, findings indicate that the mining-induced resettlement projects triggered precarious living conditions for affected ...

  • Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? The ...

    2013-03-28  The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry, small-scale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many. Historically, governments and institutions have overlooked small-scale mining as an industry worth investigation, investment, or support, choosing instead to focus on large-scale mining and small-scale operations in other industries such as forestry

  • Sustainable Livelihoods and Artisanal Mining in Marange ...

    2019-09-02  The overriding argument of this study is that artisanal mining has continued to be a sustainable livelihood avenue in spite of its well-known negative impacts. The study is based on semi-structured interviews conducted between 2015 and 2017 with artisanal miners, security personnel, rural district councillors, environmental authorities and former employees of defunct mining firms in

  • - Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for ...

    The ‘Mining, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods’ workshop was the outcome of an action research project funded in 2006 by the Australian Research Council. This Linkage Project was a collaboration between The Australian National University (ANU) and PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC). Project outputs included in-company gender surveys, gender needs assessments, gender impact assessments, social ...

  • Establish Mining Community Development Schemes In Mining ...

    The policy further makes it clear that “sustainable livelihood programmes to improve the economic conditions of communities shall form an integral part of the planning for any mining activity. Despite these good policy frameworks of the Africa Union, ECOWAS, and Ghana, it is regrettable to note that the policies have not impacted much on the lives of mining communities in the country. What ...

  • Understanding the Implications of Sand Mining: A ...

    mining is ultimately missing from the discussion, specifically, how sand mining impacts livelihoods, particularly for those not directly involved. Part 3 will discuss methodology for conducting a livelihood analysis and the concept of a “sustainable livelihood”. This provides an

  • The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach SpringerLink

    2017-05-23  The sustainable livelihoods framework helps to organize the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood opportunities and shows how they relate to one another. A central notion is that different households have different access livelihood assets, which the sustainable livelihood approach aims to expand. The livelihood assets, which the poor must often make trade-offs and

  • 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

  • Transnational mining corporations and sustainable resource ...

    This paper draws from world‐systems and sustainable livelihoods approaches to analyze the connections between multinational exports of rutile (titanium oxide), diminished ecological resources and resource‐based livelihoods, and gendered household dynamics in a peripheralized mining region in Sierra Leone. The discussion focuses on how the extraction of mineral resources instigated by ...

  • Establish Mining Community Development Schemes In Mining ...

    The policy further makes it clear that “sustainable livelihood programmes to improve the economic conditions of communities shall form an integral part of the planning for any mining activity. Despite these good policy frameworks of the Africa Union, ECOWAS, and Ghana, it is regrettable to note that the policies have not impacted much on the lives of mining communities in the country. What ...

  • Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? The ...

    2013-03-28  The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry, small-scale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many. Historically, governments and institutions have overlooked small-scale mining as an industry worth investigation, investment, or support, choosing instead to focus on large-scale mining and small-scale operations in other industries such as forestry

  • Sustainable Livelihoods and Artisanal Mining in Marange ...

    2019-09-02  The overriding argument of this study is that artisanal mining has continued to be a sustainable livelihood avenue in spite of its well-known negative impacts. The study is based on semi-structured interviews conducted between 2015 and 2017 with artisanal miners, security personnel, rural district councillors, environmental authorities and former employees of defunct mining firms in

  • Sustainable Livelihood And Mining

    Sustainable Livelihood And Mining Sales Inquiry. Greener gold: UNDP and the Government of Kenya support . In 2016 the Global Environment Facility (GEF) approved the Global Opportunities for Long-term Development (GOLD) in the Artisanal Small-scale Gold Mining sector programme to help artisanal gold miners eliminate the use of mercury in gold mining, reduce harmful risks to their health and the ...

  • - Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for ...

    The ‘Mining, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods’ workshop was the outcome of an action research project funded in 2006 by the Australian Research Council. This Linkage Project was a collaboration between The Australian National University (ANU) and PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC). Project outputs included in-company gender surveys, gender needs assessments, gender impact assessments, social ...

  • - Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for ...

    The book’s focus on ‘Mining, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods’ directs our attention to this range of issues—from land ownership and management to changing family or community structures, to increased prostitution or the spread of HIV/AIDS—mining has significant and abiding gendered impacts (Storey 2001; Kunanayagam 2003; Vittori et al. 2006). Often, when we consider actions taken ...

  • Sustainable Livelihood Sesa Goa Iron Ore

    Sustainable livelihood Alternative Livelihood Opportunities Project (ALOP) Our mining unit in the Chitradurga district of Karnataka state has created a lot of employment opportunities directly and indirectly for the villagers in the cluster. However, the majority of people belong to low-income groups and are dependent on farming. Under this programme, education on improved development in ...

  • Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Reducing Vulnerability ...

    Promoting SuStainable livelihoodS, r educing vulnerability and building reSilience in the drylandS: Lessons from the UnDP IntegrateD DryL anD s DeveLoPment Programme 2 Executive Summary Widespread views of drylands as unproductive wastelands have created barriers to their economic development. In fact, these regions are culturally and environmentally valuable areas with assets –

  • Livelihoods and Policy in the Artisanal and Small-Scale ...

    Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA), is used as a tool for assessing the socio-cultural and economics characteristics of ASM communities (see Brocklesby Fisher, 2003). It aims to establish a connection between local realities and the level “at which policies intended to change these realities are formulated” (Shankland, 1998, p. 4). As Carney (1998, p. 4) explains at length in the ...

  • Sustainable Livelihoods: A Case Study of the Evolution of ...

    ‘sustainable livelihoods’ has expressed a complex set of relationships and ideas with great economy. The Sustainable Livelihoods Support Office produced a range of literature for both lay and political audiences which presented SLA clearly, with a range of case studies and practitioner . viii guides. These have provided some centre of gravity around which more diffuse and wide-ranging ...

  • - Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for ...

    The ‘Mining, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods’ workshop was the outcome of an action research project funded in 2006 by the Australian Research Council. This Linkage Project was a collaboration between The Australian National University (ANU) and PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC). Project outputs included in-company gender surveys, gender needs assessments, gender impact assessments, social ...

  • Sustainable Livelihood And Mining

    Sustainable Livelihood And Mining Sales Inquiry. Greener gold: UNDP and the Government of Kenya support . In 2016 the Global Environment Facility (GEF) approved the Global Opportunities for Long-term Development (GOLD) in the Artisanal Small-scale Gold Mining sector programme to help artisanal gold miners eliminate the use of mercury in gold mining, reduce harmful risks to their health and the ...

  • Sustainable Livelihood Sesa Goa Iron Ore

    Sustainable livelihood Alternative Livelihood Opportunities Project (ALOP) Our mining unit in the Chitradurga district of Karnataka state has created a lot of employment opportunities directly and indirectly for the villagers in the cluster. However, the majority of people belong to low-income groups and are dependent on farming. Under this programme, education on improved development in ...

  • (PDF) Livelihood Dynamism in Mining Region of Odisha, India

    2018-01-01  population and ensure them sustainable livelihood? Mining can . be a positive force for the de velopment of regions endowed with . rich mineral deposits [1-3].

  • Conserving Tropical Forests: Can Sustainable Livelihoods ...

    Conserving Tropical Forests: Can Sustainable Livelihoods Outperform Artisanal or Informal Mining? Joshua Fisher 1, Poonam Arora 1,2 and Sophia Rhee 1,* 1 Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity, Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027, USA; [email protected] (J.F.); [email protected] (P.A.) 2 O’Malley School of Business,

  • MinErAL: A Knowledge Network on Mining Encounters and ...

    Master/PhD Opportunity: Mining Indigenous Livelihoods. Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory of Australia is seeking an enthusiastic current or future student who is passionate about exploring the relationships between mining (excluding hydraulic fracking) and Indigenous livelihoods. Read more + April 21 2020. First MinErAL Webinars. Several members of the MinErAL network will ...

  • Nexus between Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining and ...

    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 ( )

  • Sustainable Livelihood Projects

    Developing countries such as Ghana depend on mining activities as one of the major sources of foreign exchange. Since mining deals with depletable resources and also compete with other land use activities in communities, it is important that Sustainable Livelihood Projects (SLPs) are developed to equip inhabitants of mining communities with skills to improve upon their economic lives ...

  • Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Reducing Vulnerability ...

    Promoting SuStainable livelihoodS, r educing vulnerability and building reSilience in the drylandS: Lessons from the UnDP IntegrateD DryL anD s DeveLoPment Programme 2 Executive Summary Widespread views of drylands as unproductive wastelands have created barriers to their economic development. In fact, these regions are culturally and environmentally valuable areas with assets –

  • Livelihoods and Policy in the Artisanal and Small-Scale ...

    Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA), is used as a tool for assessing the socio-cultural and economics characteristics of ASM communities (see Brocklesby Fisher, 2003). It aims to establish a connection between local realities and the level “at which policies intended to change these realities are formulated” (Shankland, 1998, p. 4). As Carney (1998, p. 4) explains at length in the ...

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