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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.
causes serious environmental problems which affect health and livelihoods of residents of most mining communities Agyemang, 2010 Obiri et al., 2006. Small-scale mining activities also violate human rights of residents of mining communities and sometimes adjoining communities CHRAJ, 2008. As at
The Impact of Small-Scale Mining Operations on Economies and Livelihoods in Low- to Middle-Income Countries January 2018 This document is an output from a project funded by the UK Department for International Development DFID through the Research for Evidence Division RED for the benefit of developing countries.
Conclusion he results of this study on the impacts of mining camps and villages reduce the miners access artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods and the to healthcare. environment in the NMFM revealed that 84 of miners surveyed were of Cameroonian nationality In terms of environmental impacts, 75 of miners and 16 were from other ...
May 03, 2016 Household data from the mining villages can be compared with the data of control villages to infer if there are any possible effects of mining on traditional livelihood of local communities. From the discussion with villagers, it was found that before mines operation, agriculture was the main source of livelihood for both mining and control ...
Keywords mining, poverty, livelihoods, Propensity Score Matching, Papua New Guinea . AB - This thesis investigates the impacts of mining projects in Papua New Guinea PNG on livelihoods and poverty in the indigenous mining communities. The impact of mining on poverty of PNGs indigenous people has been an issue of concern for several decades.
taking three specific objectives first, to analyse the impact of coal mining on the local 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.
Ledo Coal Mining and Its Impact on Women Livelihood. Munmi Borgohain, Dr. M. Gopal Singha. Ledo coal mineis situated in North-eastern part of India. It is a small place situated in Tinsukia district. Its geographical area covers from27017.272 N amp 95045.012 E Tapadar, et al., 2015.
Apr 01, 2019 Diversity of livelihoods is explored as an analytical lens which can be used to approach social sustainability challenges without essentializing the preferences of social groups. Extensive literature searches with keywords such as mining, work, gender, organization, social, sustainability, community, town, area, cohesion and inclusion were ...
4.3.10 Effects of Mining on Socio Economy 77 4.3.11 Effect of Mining on Livelihood 79 4.4 Perception of Local People on Effect of Mining 80 4.4.1 Dependence of people on Mining 80 4.4.2 Impact of mining on Land and Soil 86 4.4.3 Impact of mining on Agriculture 88
The relationship between mining and development is characterised by contentiousness and ambiguity Bebbington et alii, 2008 887 Contentious because mining has so often delivered adverse social, environmental and economic effects for the many, but significant gains only for the few ambiguous because of the abiding sense that just maybe mining could contribute much more.
This research article examines the impacts of coal mining on financial, physical, human, natural, and social capitals and how these capitals affect the rural livelihood practices in the Sonepur ...
Jun 27, 2019 The mining will force the farmers to revert back to groundwater irrigation further endangering the already dangerous levels of groundwater. Impact on livelihood The villages where mining lease has been granted is fertile agricultural land producing cotton, jowar, millet, maize, onion, garlic, and other vegetables.
The impact of mining on the Environment in Gwanda District Zimbabwe A case study of Blanket Mine 1Maligana Mathe and 2Anthony Phiri 1,2 Zimbabwe Open University, Faculty of
effects of mining on society, livelihoods and environment, in taita taveta county, kenya irene wakio mwakesi b.ed, dip mass com, ma international relations and diplomacy university of nairobi reg no. a82963072014 a thesis submitted in fulfilment for the award of the doctor of philosophy degree in environmental governance and management
iv Abstract Background This study explores small-scale gold mining and its impact on the livelihoods and health of miners and community members in Prestea, Ghana. Small-scale mining has served as a source of livelihood for many people in Ghana and Prestea is no exception.
eling the rate of involvement in the sector. Indepth studies of the effect of a- r-tisanal mining activities on the livelihood strategy of non-miming population in Sierra Leone are rare. The overarching objective of this work is to bring to light the effect of artisanal gold mining on the environment and livelihood of
Jun 02, 2021 The demand of coal has led to expand the mining activities nationwide, which helps to improve the economic growth of the national capital. At the same time, it is the source of inevitable social and environmental consequences. In the developing countries, especially rural areas are often affected by this complex nature of mining. The local livelihood suffers most by mining-induced displacement ...
Uttar Pradesh, to study the effect of Government Mining Policy on mining in the region and mining activities on the socio-economics of the local people and their dependency on mining for their livelihood sustainability. The effect of mining activities on the vegetation of
Mining is indispensable to the economic development of countries endowed with mineral resources. At the same time the effects the mining activities on the local people and the environment have also been wide spread in these economies. While the contributions of mining in Zimbabwe is adequately appreciated, the impact of mining activities has also
Jun 01, 2021 effects on various forms on the livelihood assets in rural mining com- munities Hilson, 2020 Tuokuu et al., 2020 . Further, some of the regulatory policies even criminalise the ASM
understanding of cause and effect that has provided the impetus for new environmental legislation and strategies for remediation in many developed countries. As the demand for mineral resources and fossil fuels continues to grow worldwide, the impact of mining will be an increasingly important concern in the field of environmental science.
stimulated increase in mining sector investment with new multinational mining companies coming on board as well as the rehabilitation of old mines. 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
Mar 26, 2002 In this study the term artisanal mining is defined as mining with the use of manual methods and procedures with little or no mechanization, as stipulated by the mining code. Livelihoods According to Chambers 1988, a livelihood is defined as adequate stocks and flows of food and cash to meet basic needs.
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i influence of mining related factors on the livelihoods of resettled communities in kenya the case of titanium mining in mswambweni division, kwale county, kenya
The major objective of this study is to determine the effect of mining on rural livelihoods in Ghana. The specific objectives are to 1. To investigate the extent of vulnerability of livelihood resources to the impact of mining 2. To determine the livelihood outcome of rural households in mining communities
Resettlement Programme Implementation The Effect on Livelihoods of People in Mining Communities in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality, Ghana Eric Doe Ackuayi 1 Kotoku Godsway 2 Dzeto George K 3 1.Department of Planning, College of Architecture and Planning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
EXAMINING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MINING ON THE LIVELIHOODS OF AMAJUBA DISTRICT MINING COMMUNITIES . BY . SIHLANGU NGOBESE. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of. Master of Commerce .
This is the social justice issue of large-scale mining. Large-scale mining is against the sustainability of the environment and of the peoples cultural identity and quality of life. AIR. Mining has a great effect on the quality of the air. Since mines need to blast through
Nov 30, 2016 social permutations as the livelihood of more the half the families in Ghana depends on it. The Mining Industry Ghana remains one of the worlds richest countries in mineral exports. Ghana is the second largest world producer of gold. It is also a major producer of diamonds, bauxite, manganese, iron ore, and in recent year oil.
Jan 18, 2020 Mining did not help some of the households, to acquire assets, even though it enhanced ability to meet their day to day needs. Mining pits, poor rehabilitation and large-scale mining have caused a loss of agricultural land resulting in reduced crop yields and poor living standards.
Livelihood The reason for lower yield value in mining communities Comparing means of livelihood indicators such as although there wasnt any significant difference in the income, farm size, yield value, labour cost of mining and average farm size between farms in mining and that of non-mining communities brings to light a thorough non-mining communities was partly due to the lost of understanding of the threat posed by mining and its effects
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