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The Impacts Of Mining On Local Livelihoods In Africa

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

2017-4-1 · In this article, I synthesize a vibrant and rapidly growing body of research on the impacts of Andean mining on local livelihoods. This research demonstrates that Andean livelihoods are altered primarily by the effects of mines on: (1) water quality and quantity, (2) land tenure practices, and (3) shifting employment opportunities.

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

2021-9-24 · Mining and its associated activities also have negative impacts on the environment such as destruction of fragile forest ecosystems especially swamps,

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 artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods ...

2014-1-1 · The results of this study on the impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods and the environment in the NMFM revealed that 84% of miners surveyed were of Cameroonian nationality and 16% were from other African countries.

Mining and its Long-term Impacts on Local Livelihoods

2020-10-13 · mining and its impact on the local host-community, is the final stage of a mine [s life-cycle: mine closure. This research set out to describe and analyse the long-term impacts of mining on the livelihoods of host-

Mining, rural livelihoods and food security: A ...

2020-6-1 · Apart from that, the socio-environmental impacts of mining may lead to profound changes in local livelihoods (Lu & Lora-Wainwright, 2014). Exploitation of mineral deposits often prompts natural resource use conflicts by destroying forests (Mwitwa, German, Muimba-Kankolongo, & Puntodewo, 2012) as well as crop and pasture land (Pijpers, 2014).

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

2002-3-26 · The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods and the environment in the forested areas of Cameroon. Working Paper 150. Bogor, Indonesia: CIFOR. Cover photo by Deni Rodendo. CIFOR Jl. CIFOR, Situ Gede Bogor Barat 16115 Indonesia T +62 (251) 8622-622 F +62 (251) 8622-100 E [email protected] cifor.org

The Impact of Gold Mining on Local Farming

2020-10-13 · tive impacts on the economy especially at the micro-level. A consequence of the location of mining in communities is the influx of people into these areas in search of jobs with the mining companies or with allied services or to engage in other occupations, which are sometimes criminal.

The environmental and socio-economic impacts of mining

2006-1-1 · 1.. IntroductionMining is a major economic activity in many developing countries , .Operations, whether small- or large-scale, are inherently disruptive to the environment , producing enormous quantities of waste that can have deleterious impacts for decades .The environmental deterioration caused by mining occurs mainly as a result of inappropriate and wasteful working practices and ...

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

2021-9-24 · Mining and its associated activities also have negative impacts on the environment such as destruction of fragile forest ecosystems especially swamps, diversion, sedimentation and pollution of small water ways, and soil destruction,

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

2014-1-1 · The results of this study on the impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods and the environment in the NMFM revealed that 84% of miners surveyed were of Cameroonian nationality and 16% were from other African countries.

EXAMINING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF

2017-3-24 · 2.3 Understanding South Africa’s Mining Industry and Economic Development ..... 10 2.4 South Africa Mining industry: Contention and Ambiguity ..... 12 2.5 Mining and the livelihoods of local communities: Contribution towards socio-economic

Mining and its Long-term Impacts on Local Livelihoods

2020-10-13 · mining and its impact on the local host-community, is the final stage of a mine [s life-cycle: mine closure. This research set out to describe and analyse the long-term impacts of mining on the livelihoods of host-

The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa ...

2015-8-5 · Africa is rich in reserves of minerals. It is a leading producer of gold and coltan (used in electronic devices) and other minerals. This is a blessing but also a curse because the mineral reserves are a source of conflict among many countries of Africa.

Examining the socio-economic impacts of mining on the ...

Examining the socio-economic impacts of mining on the livelihoods of Amajuba District mining communities. ... Show full item record. Abstract. The Amajuba District is among one of the major coal mining regions in South Africa, where the mining activities are limited mainly to coal and quarry. ... The Dannhauser and Emadlangeni local ...

The Impact of Gold Mining on Local Farming

2020-10-13 · tive impacts on the economy especially at the micro-level. A consequence of the location of mining in communities is the influx of people into these areas in search of jobs with the mining companies or with allied services or to engage in other occupations, which are sometimes criminal.

Local communities can reap better benefits from mining if ...

Extractive activity can affect local communities through at least three broad channels: market, fiscal, and environmental. The market channel works when the incomes of members of the local communities rise because they obtain employment with local mining firms, command higher wages, or supply them with goods and services through backward linkages with other sectors.

THE IMPACT OF LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON

2017-11-16 · 2.6.2. Key role players in Local Economic Development 31 2.6.3. Challenges in the implementation of LED initiatives 33 2.6.4. Steps to improve the impact of LEDs on the livelihood of Communities 33 2.7. Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, socio economic status and origin of LED 34 2.7.1. Mining sector 37 2.7.2.

Describe the impact of ‘Rinderpest’ on people’s livelihoods

2 天前 · Describe the impact of ‘Rinderpest’ on people’s livelihoods and local economy in Africa in the 1890s. Answer. Impact of Rinderpest: Rinderpest killed 90% of cattle in Africa. The loss of cattle destroyed African livelihood. Planters, mine owners and colonial government successfully monopolized what scarce cattle resources remained.

EXAMINING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF

2017-3-24 · 2.3 Understanding South Africa’s Mining Industry and Economic Development ..... 10 2.4 South Africa Mining industry: Contention and Ambiguity ..... 12 2.5 Mining and the livelihoods of local communities: Contribution towards socio-economic

Examining the socio-economic impacts of mining on the ...

Examining the socio-economic impacts of mining on the livelihoods of Amajuba District mining communities. ... Show full item record. Abstract. The Amajuba District is among one of the major coal mining regions in South Africa, where the mining activities are limited mainly to coal and quarry. ... The Dannhauser and Emadlangeni local ...

AidData | Mining, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security: A ...

2019-6-13 · Mining, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security: A Disaggregated Analysis of Sub- Saharan Africa. Download. ... The potential impacts of extractive industries on local food security are difficult to predict. On the one hand, resource extraction may

THE IMPACT OF LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON

2017-11-16 · 2.6.2. Key role players in Local Economic Development 31 2.6.3. Challenges in the implementation of LED initiatives 33 2.6.4. Steps to improve the impact of LEDs on the livelihood of Communities 33 2.7. Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, socio economic status and origin of LED 34 2.7.1. Mining sector 37 2.7.2.

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.

Local communities can reap better benefits from mining if ...

Extractive activity can affect local communities through at least three broad channels: market, fiscal, and environmental. The market channel works when the incomes of members of the local communities rise because they obtain employment with local mining firms, command higher wages, or supply them with goods and services through backward linkages with other sectors.

The socio-economic impacts of mine closure on local ...

Mining in Africa is at a pivotal moment. For most of the period 2000 to 2012, the extractive industries were in a ‘supercycle’ of sustained high commodity prices.

Impact of Local Economic Development on Livelihoods

Local Economic Development has been adopted by the South African government as one of the strategies to alleviate poverty and reduce unemployment. This article evaluates the impact of Local Economic Development on the livelihoods of communities in the Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality.

Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in ...

2016-5-3 · Mining in ecologically sensitive regions is likely to reduce the flow of ecosystem services vital for the sustenance of local human livelihoods and functioning of overall ecosystem. The degree of impacts on local people depends on the availability of resources and conditions faced by them following mining activity (Lahiri-Dutt 2005).

Describe the impact of ‘Rinderpest’ on people’s livelihoods

2 天前 · Describe the impact of ‘Rinderpest’ on people’s livelihoods and local economy in Africa in the 1890s. Answer. Impact of Rinderpest: Rinderpest killed 90% of cattle in Africa. The loss of cattle destroyed African livelihood. Planters, mine owners and colonial government successfully monopolized what scarce cattle resources remained.