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Artisanal Mining An Economic Stepping Stone For Women

  • Socio-economic and environmental impact of mining on women
    Socio-economic and environmental impact of mining on women

    Jan 01, 2016 Artisanal mining: An economic stepping stone for women Natural Resources Forum , 20 ( 2 ) ( 1996 ) , pp. 117 - 122 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • The Southern Voices Network: Policy Brief
    The Southern Voices Network: Policy Brief

    4 Batrice Labonne, “Artisanal mining: an economic stepping stone for women,” Natural Resources Forum 20 No. 2 (1996): 117-122. 5 Nina Collins and Lynda Lawson, Investigating Approaches to Working with Artisanal and Small-scale Miners: A Compendium of

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  • Republic of Liberia MINISTRY OF ... - President of Liberia
    Republic of Liberia MINISTRY OF ... - President of Liberia

    Thus, Artisanal Mining, a bourgeoning micro-industry is fast becoming a stepping stone toward economic fulfillment, contributing to better future for women and men in developing countries. Notwithstanding, the use of drugs by miners is on the increase in almost all affected communities

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  • GENDER ISSUES IN THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE
    GENDER ISSUES IN THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE

    impacts of artisanal mining on women and children, the natural resource base, and labor violations to the important economic roles of women in the sector. Prior to the 1990s, the ASM sector was largely viewed as illegitimate and a threat to the more efficient and profitable industrial mining sector. The sparse research on ASM tended to focus on

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  • [PDF] Women and Artisanal Mining: Gender Roles and the
    [PDF] Women and Artisanal Mining: Gender Roles and the

    Women and Artisanal Mining: Gender Roles and the Road Ahead. A hot, dry wind envelopes a statuesque woman as she kneels over wind-sifted trays of tinbearing pulverized ore in Uis, Namibia. In Bolivia, a nine-year old girl scrambles down a steep pit wall yet again to refill her bucket of metal-rich sand. And yet another woman stokes the fire in

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  • REFERENCES
    REFERENCES

    risks for women working at artisanal mines in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Futures, 62, 95-105. Labonne, B. (1996). Artisanal mining: An economic stepping stone for women. In Natural Resources Forum 20(2), 117–122). Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2012). Digging women: Towards a new agenda for feminist critiques of mining. Gender

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  • Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and mercury
    Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and mercury

    in artisanal mining sites in the municipalities of ... Support for youth and women gold miners in the fight against climate change ... stepping stone for people to abandon gold mining with mercury and develop alternative sources of livelihoods. In Mali, for example, gold panning is an ancestral activity, deeply engraved in local culture, which

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  • The Situation and Artisanal ANd Small-Scale Gold
    The Situation and Artisanal ANd Small-Scale Gold

    Roles of Women in Artisanal ANd Small-Scale Gold Mining Communities Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. This paper has been researched and prepared by Raymundo ... Artisanal Mining and R.A. 7076 c. Objectives, Methodologies, and Research Design II

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  • Artisanal and Small Scale Ming (ASM) Legislation and
    Artisanal and Small Scale Ming (ASM) Legislation and

    These changes encourage Artisanal miners to see ASM as a stepping stone to other economic activities, rather than a final destination, and to encourage them to upgrade their operation to a higher level of mechanization and increase productivity. More detail can be found in Mining Operation Proclamation

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  • Aiga Forum, a forum for news and views that promotes Unity
    Aiga Forum, a forum for news and views that promotes Unity

    By reducing the validity of artisanal mining licences the government hopes to encourage Ethiopians to view artisanal mining as an economic stepping stone, enabling them to save money to start another business, rather than an end in itself

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  • Gold mining and development in Côte d’Ivoire: Trajectories
    Gold mining and development in Côte d’Ivoire: Trajectories

    Artisanal mining: an economic stepping stone for women, Natural Resources Forum, Blackwell Publishing, vol. 20(2), pages 117-122, May. Gavin Hilson & Chris Garforth, 2012

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  • Journals-Paper Information - American Institute of Science
    Journals-Paper Information - American Institute of Science

    Women and artisanal mining: Gender roles and the road ahead. In: Hilson, G. (Ed.), The Socio-economic impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining in developing countries. London: Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 161–203

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  • Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining - World Bank
    Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining - World Bank

    Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining occurs in approximately 80 countries worldwide. There are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally. Artisanal and small-scale production supply accounts for 80% of global sapphire, 20% of gold mining and up to 20% of diamond mining. It is widespread in developing countries in Africa, Asia, Oceania

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  • Fair Trade Seeks a Foothold in Artisanal Gold Mining
    Fair Trade Seeks a Foothold in Artisanal Gold Mining

    May 11, 2020 COVID-19 isn’t the only problem going viral. Economic insecurity is driving gold prices to record highs around $1,700 per ounce, causing levels of global mercury pollution to rise too.In the United States coal-fired power plants drive mercury pollution, but globally, the leading cause is small-scale ‘artisanal’ gold mining. Roughly 30 million men, women, and children in

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  • GLOBAL TRENDS IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE
    GLOBAL TRENDS IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE

    IN ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE MINING (ASM): A REVIEW OF KEY NUMBERS AND ISSUES ... Many resource-rich countries have not succeeded in sufficiently using their mining sector as a stepping stone for broader economic transformation. As a result, although the industry is a ... On the economic side

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  • TOWARDS THE LEGALISATION OF ARTISANAL SMALL
    TOWARDS THE LEGALISATION OF ARTISANAL SMALL

    Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) contributes to national income and is a recognised pillar for poverty reduction in the mineral economies of developing countries. 1 ASM as an economic activity presents the potential to contribute to

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  • Zimbabwe’s artisanal miners, popularly known as
    Zimbabwe’s artisanal miners, popularly known as

    Artisanal mining is frequently the only economic opportunity available to local communities in Zimbabwe with the existing economic crisis and lack of formal job opportunities. The resulting cash inflows from gold mining are extremely positive for those communities and gives the artisanal miners a sense of legitimacy in that they may be the only

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  • A new life for women in Colombia’s artisanal fishing
    A new life for women in Colombia’s artisanal fishing

    Oct 02, 2017 In South-West Colombia, where the civil war has left lasting impact, the Nueva Vida (New Life) project, supported by UN Women and funded by the Embassy of Norway in Colombia, aims to boost women’s income and participation in the fishing sector

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  • Economic Independence Helps Reduce Violence Against Women
    Economic Independence Helps Reduce Violence Against Women

    Violence against women is endemic. 50% of women in the community have experienced sexual violence. 75% of women have experienced physical violence within their own homes. Good Shepherd is working to reduce violence against women by supporting women’s economic empowerment through the Bon Pasteur Training Centre in Domaine Marial

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  • dimension stone mining pdf ethiopia
    dimension stone mining pdf ethiopia

    Artisanal Mining Operation and Its Economic Values, Ethiopia OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL CONTEXT OF MINING IN ETHIOPIA .. Ethiopians to view artisan mining as an economic stepping stone to a more minerals/ rocks (salts, dimension

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  • Youth in Tanzania’s urbanizing mining settlements
    Youth in Tanzania’s urbanizing mining settlements

    Thus Tanzanian youth, whether they are full-time or part-time miners think of artisanal mining as a temporary fix or more optimistically a stepping stone to gaining capital to invest in another occupation elsewhere. In other words, for most youth, despite all its pitfalls, mining can be a means to a better future but not their chosen future

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  • Artisanal mining: an economic stepping stone for women
    Artisanal mining: an economic stepping stone for women

    This article on women and artisanal mining is a vignette that underscores all the obstacles to women's fulfilment. These critical and cross-sectoral obstacles are, to cite a few, economic exclusion, discrimination in terms of access to land and natural resources, the increasing feminization of poverty and the lack of recognition of women's valuable work

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  • Artisanal mining: An economic stepping stone for
    Artisanal mining: An economic stepping stone for

    Download Citation | Artisanal mining: An economic stepping stone for women | Artisanal mining is about reaping the riches of the earth to make a

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  • Women and Artisanal Mining: Gender Roles and the
    Women and Artisanal Mining: Gender Roles and the

    capabilities into well-being. Artisanal mining is only one micro-industry; however, as Labonne (1996) articulated “(artisanal) mining… may become a stepping stone towards economic fulfillment, contributing to a better future for women and men in many developing countries”. PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN ARTISANAL MINING COMMUNITIES

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  • women miners — Research Library — Gemstones
    women miners — Research Library — Gemstones

    Dec 20, 2017 Women and artisanal mining: Gender roles and the road ahead. November 1, 2017. Sustainable Gemstones. Hinton, J., Veiga, M. M., & Beinhoff, C. (2003). Women and artisanal mining: Gender roles and the road ahead. The socio-economic impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining in developing countries, 336099-1 2. Link to Report

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