Contaminated identities: Mercury and marginalization in Ghana's artisanal mining sector Petra Tschakert a,*, Kamini Singha b a Department of Geography/Alliance for Earth Sciences, Engineering, and Development in Africa (AESEDA), Pennsylvania State University, 315 Walker Building, University Park, PA 16802-5011, USA
Women artisanal gold miners, Ghana. "I'm not disputing that there are complex issues involved, but we must also recognise the benefits this sector brings," says Brown. Tags
Structural Adjustment and Subsistence Industry: Artisanal Gold Mining in Ghana Gavin Hilson and Clive Potter ABSTRACT Since the implementation of Ghana's national Structural Adjustment Pro-
With an engaged government, private sector and multi-stakeholder engagements already in place with artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) communities, Ghana provides an excellent opportunity for a dialogue that delivers solutions to the challenges facing the ASM sector.
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In Ghana, the main environmental problems associated with artisanal gold mining activities are Hg pollution from gold processing, ecosystem destruction, and environmental degradation (Amegbey et al., 1997; Hilson, 2002).
Comparison between artisanal and small-scale mining in Ghana and South Africa a result, unregulated mining activities in communities have been on the rise, despite ASM being instrumental in allaying poverty at the rural level (see arguments in UNECA and AU, 2009 on ASM).
… on Small Holder Agriculture in West Africa: A Case Study of Ghana Artisanal and small-scale Mining (ASM) is expanding and has become a booming economic activity in rural communities whiles agriculture tussles to maintain its stake.
Artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) has contributed significantly to Ghana's gross domestic product (GDP), making this activity an important so urce of …
2 Artisanal mining is used to denote all small-scale as well as medium and large-scale mining that may be illegal or legal, formal or informal. Artisanal mining ... scale metal mining labour force in Ghana. Hilson (2001) estimated that illegal involvement in the galamsey industry is up to 50%. The
Troubled waters: Artisanal mining and livelihoods in Ghana August 23, 2016 Posted by Julie Kim Fishing boats on the Pra River in southern Ghana, which has been polluted by nearby mining projects.
Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) is a form of subsistence mining, which provides a direct or indirect livelihood for over 100 million people in the developing world.It often takes place alongside large scale operations, outside the formal system of regulation.
local livelihoods and the environment in the forested areas of Cameroon Kevin N. Funoh. ... In Ghana, small-scale (gold) mining is deﬁned as, "Mining by any method not involving substantial ... made up to ten persons or more." In this study the term artisanal mining is defined as mining with the use of manual methods and procedures
· Visit to a small-scale and artisanal gold mining site in Tarkwa, Ghana. Video taken during the field trip of the 2003 CASM conference in Ghana.
Ghana has proposed reclassifying its small-scale mining activities into artisanal, small-scale, and medium scale mining as a means of formalizing these activities, and recently resorted to banning artisanal mining activities for some time to curb the irregularities in the sector.
Kejetia: a local mining history. Kejetia is an artisanal mining area in the village Gbani in Tongo (the administrative capital of the Tallensi district) in north-eastern Ghana. 30 30. Kejetia is named after the large market in Kumasi.
Ghana's mining industry has been benefiting from child labour in unlicensed mines, Human Rights Watch has said, after conducting field observations in the Western, Central and Ashanti Regions.
Rivers in Ghana provide environmental and economic services such as fishery and farming, and are also the main sources of clean drinking water. Artisanal small-scale gold mining (ASGM), a ...
Artisanal gold mining started in the gold-rich areas long before modern large-scale gold mining (Hilson, 2002a) and was one of the mainstays of the numerous Akan states that developed in the forest belt of Ghana (Dumett, 1979, 1998; Kea, 1982). Since colonial rule and the introduction of modern, large-scale concession-based mining in Ghana ...
From Chapter 7 of the African Transformation Report The regulatory frameworks in Ghana have not integrated artisanal mining activities into the mainstream economy. As a result, artisanal mining coexists, often in conflict, with large-scale mining.