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Mining impact on communities’ livelihoods: A case study

2020-1-18 · Mining has been blamed globally for harmful and impoverishing effects. Most countries are rich sources of gemstone, yet there is very little development, since miners, and those around mining sites, still live in abject poverty. This study sought answers on: “how mining activities have affected communities’ livelihoods?”. Data was gathered from, Mwatate Sub-county, Taita Taveta County ...

The impacts of mining on livelihoods in the Andes: A ...

2017-4-1 · I argue that research on livelihood change in Andean mining communities would be enriched by 1) a deeper attendance to the gendered, raced, and classed nature of these changes and 2) the disaggregation of different mining management regimes (e.g. state-run, privately-run, cooperative-run) to allow for comparisons of the livelihood impacts ...

The Effects Of Mining To Communities: The Good And The ...

2018-5-10 · Mining is a lucrative business. It promises big profit margins for mining companies while providing employment opportunities for its employees. However, it cannot be all good. There is still bound to be an ugly side to mining that most people don’t know about. Find out more about both sides of the coin here. The Good Continue reading "The Effects Of Mining To Communities: The Good And ...

Impact of Small-Scale Mining Activities on the Livelihoods ...

The livelihood asset is a primary concern in support of household livelihoods, poverty elimination and enhancing sustainable development, particularly true for mining communities. Underpinned by this, the general objective of the study was to assess the impact of small-scale mining activities on the livelihood assets of households in the Bekwai Municipality, Ghana.

(PDF) The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood ...

The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood strategy and its implications for poverty reduction and household well-being in Ghana ... still argue that the adverse effects of

The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood strategy ...

2018-2-20 · the mining industry is shrouded in controversies and contentious viewpoints among stakeholders because of the perceived environmental damages mining operations cause to the ecosystems and other livelihood activities operated with the communities in

The relationship between the mining industry and

2019-9-10 · The turn of events in the Minetail West Rand mine closure matter is a good example of how relaxed monitoring of regulatory issues can leave serious adverse

The Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts of

2019-3-20 · surveyed mining and non-mining communities (p > 0.05). Only 25% of the workers in mine camps were females (Table 2), likely because mining jobs are gender-oriented, demanding the services of more males than females. Mining and non-mining communities exhibited minimal difference in terms of average household size:

(PDF) The effects of sand mining on rural communities

The mining of sand resources from rivers and ex-mining areas in Selangor state is a common practice and may lead to destruction of public assets as well as impacts or

Yaro I.J .2010. “The Impact of Mining on Livelihoods of ...

The study determines the effects of mining on rural livelihoods, adopted strategies and the role of stakeholder and regulatory institutions. The study achieves this by investigating the status of key rural livelihood indicators, what influence the choice of livelihood strategies in mining communities and the assessment of institutional performance.

Impact of Small-Scale Mining Activities on the Livelihoods ...

The livelihood asset is a primary concern in support of household livelihoods, poverty elimination and enhancing sustainable development, particularly true for mining communities. Underpinned by this, the general objective of the study was to assess the impact of small-scale mining activities on the livelihood assets of households in the Bekwai Municipality, Ghana.

(PDF) The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood ...

The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood strategy and its implications for poverty reduction and household well-being in Ghana ... still argue that the adverse effects of mining erodes the ...

The impact of mining on farming as a livelihood strategy ...

2018-2-20 · the mining industry is shrouded in controversies and contentious viewpoints among stakeholders because of the perceived environmental damages mining operations cause to the ecosystems and other livelihood activities operated with the communities in

Impact of Mining on Livelihoods of Rural Households. A ...

2021-11-9 · The cumulative effect was the intensification of mining and the expansion in the operation of mines across the mining zones in the country. Livelihoods of households in the rural communities in the catchments of the mines got threatened by the expansion of concessions to the mining companies. These concessions covered lands on which rural ...

The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods ...

2002-3-26 · 4.2 Social structure of mining communities in NMFM 14 4.3 Mining techniques and procedures 16 4.4 Financing and revenue 19 4.5 Functioning of the market 20 4.6 Secondary activities 20 4.7 Environmental impacts of artisanal gold mining in the NMFM 26 5.Conclusion 28 6. References 29 Appendices 32 1 CAPAM gold price scale 32

The relationship between the mining industry and

2019-9-10 · The turn of events in the Minetail West Rand mine closure matter is a good example of how relaxed monitoring of regulatory issues can leave serious adverse effects for communities who eventually bear the consequences of environmental degradation,

The Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts of

2019-3-20 · surveyed mining and non-mining communities (p > 0.05). Only 25% of the workers in mine camps were females (Table 2), likely because mining jobs are gender-oriented, demanding the services of more males than females. Mining and non-mining communities exhibited minimal difference in terms of average household size:

The Impact of Gold Mining on Local Farming

2020-10-13 · The dominant approach in ameliorating the effects of mining on communities as well as individuals is through monetary compensation, yet this approach has not addressed vulnerabilities of mining communities (Sweeting & Clark, 2000) and mining activities have often led to the alienation of local communities because they lose access to their

MINING IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURAL LANDS AND

2019-7-4 · mining companies, it is yet to be established the engagement of the communities and mining firms to address the increasing effects of mining on agricultural lands and food security. It is therefore proposed that the various stakeholders must have an effective model of

Yaro I.J .2010. “The Impact of Mining on Livelihoods of ...

The study determines the effects of mining on rural livelihoods, adopted strategies and the role of stakeholder and regulatory institutions. The study achieves this by investigating the status of key rural livelihood indicators, what influence the choice of livelihood strategies in mining communities and the assessment of institutional performance.

Impact of Small-Scale Mining Activities on the Livelihoods ...

The livelihood asset is a primary concern in support of household livelihoods, poverty elimination and enhancing sustainable development, particularly true for mining communities. Underpinned by this, the general objective of the study was to assess the impact of small-scale mining activities on the livelihood assets of households in the Bekwai Municipality, Ghana.

Impact of Mining on Livelihoods of Rural Households. A ...

2021-11-9 · The cumulative effect was the intensification of mining and the expansion in the operation of mines across the mining zones in the country. Livelihoods of households in the rural communities in the catchments of the mines got threatened by the expansion of concessions to the mining companies. These concessions covered lands on which rural ...

The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods ...

2002-3-26 · 4.2 Social structure of mining communities in NMFM 14 4.3 Mining techniques and procedures 16 4.4 Financing and revenue 19 4.5 Functioning of the market 20 4.6 Secondary activities 20 4.7 Environmental impacts of artisanal gold mining in the NMFM 26 5.Conclusion 28 6. References 29 Appendices 32 1 CAPAM gold price scale 32

The relationship between the mining industry and

2019-9-10 · The turn of events in the Minetail West Rand mine closure matter is a good example of how relaxed monitoring of regulatory issues can leave serious adverse effects for communities who eventually bear the consequences of environmental degradation,

Impact of Small-Scale Mining Activities on the Livelihoods ...

Downloadable! The livelihood asset is a primary concern in support of household livelihoods, poverty elimination and enhancing sustainable development, particularly true for mining communities. Underpinned by this, the general objective of the study was to assess the impact of small-scale mining activities on the livelihood assets of households in the Bekwai Municipality, Ghana.

The Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts of

2019-3-20 · surveyed mining and non-mining communities (p > 0.05). Only 25% of the workers in mine camps were females (Table 2), likely because mining jobs are gender-oriented, demanding the services of more males than females. Mining and non-mining communities exhibited minimal difference in terms of average household size:

Canada’s Resilient North: The Impact of Mining on ...

2018-10-2 · Mining is the highest resource sector wage occupation in Canada. In a 2000 census by Statistics Canada, the average weekly earnings of employees in the mining sector were $1,130.50, compared to an average of $626.45 within Canadas Resilient orth: he Impact of Mining on Aboriginal Communities G Gibson, linck

Social impacts of mining at a local community level and ...

2017-5-18 · Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role of CSR for long-term sustainability share of population participating in voluntary work for a group or an organisation within the community (35%) in comparison to other Western Australian (WA)

Socio-economic Impact of Mining on Rural

2016-1-11 · communities and their livelihood with special reference to Ib Valley coalfield; second, to explore the impact of coal mining on the rural social structure; and finally, to assess the adverse effects of coal mining on the health condition of rural people.

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