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  • Zimbabwe MiningExtracting Prospects for the Common

    In a 2013 report titled "Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining" the World Bank reveals that artisanal and small-scale mining occurs in about 80 countries globally with approximately 100 million

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  • Global Food Crisis Response ProgramWorld Bank

    Results. Global Food Crisis Response Program resources have benefited 65.9 million people in 49 countries. Of those resources Bank-funded support to the GFRP benefited 57.3 million people including support for social protection programs estimated to have reached 13.9 million people and support for short- and medium-term agricultural interventions estimated to have reached 8.7 million

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  • Forests Generate Jobs and IncomesWorld Bank

    Learn how the World Bank Group is helping countries with COVID-19 (coronavirus). Find Out the wood fuel industry creates jobs for tens of millions of s in the form of small-scale wood collection charcoal production transportation and retail. The Sub-Saharan Africa charcoal sector alone employs an estimated 7 million people.

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  • Economy of MaliWikipedia

    The economy of Mali is based to a large extent upon agriculture with a mostly rural population engaged in subsistence agriculture.. Mali is among the ten poorest nations of the world is one of the 37 Heavily Indebted Poor Countries and is a major recipient of foreign aid from many sources including multilateral organizations (most significantly the World Bank African Development Bank

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  • The socio-economics of artisanal mining and bushmeat

    Apr 11 2017 · The socio-economics of artisanal mining and bushmeat hunting around protected areas Kahuzi–Biega National Park and Itombwe Nature Reserve eastern Democratic Republic of CongoVolume 53 Issue 1Charlotte Spira Andrew Kirkby Deo Kujirakwinja Andrew J. Plumptre

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  • World Bank Document

    Sometimes small-scale private service providers have stepped in bring-ing basic services to unserved often poor (Kariuki and Schwartz 2005). The review identified at least 100 locations in 49 developing countries in which small-scale water c/o The World Bank 1818 H St. N.W. Washington DC 20433 USA

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  • Zimbabwe MiningExtracting Prospects for the Common

    In a 2013 report titled "Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining" the World Bank reveals that artisanal and small-scale mining occurs in about 80 countries globally with approximately 100 million

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  • Artisanal and Small-Scale Miningpubs.iied.

    women and children. A further 80 to 100 million people across the developing world could depend on small-scale mining for some aspects of their livelihoods. Small-scale mining can be extremely environmentally damaging and often has serious health and safety consequences for workers and surrounding communities.

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  • Small-scale mining in Ghana The government and the

    Introduction. Small-scale gold mining around the world is usually thought of as an informal activity (Hentschel et al. 2002) many states small-scale mining is illegal and dealing or exporting small-scale mined gold amounts to smuggling.

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  • Report No. 124032-ZM Republic of ZambiaWorld Bank

    mining and agricultural production since 2004. This success raised average per capita incomes after decades of economic volatility since the country s independence in 1964 (figure 1).

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  • World Bank Document

    Sometimes small-scale private service providers have stepped in bring-ing basic services to unserved often poor (Kariuki and Schwartz 2005). The review identified at least 100 locations in 49 developing countries in which small-scale water c/o The World Bank

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  • 80 100 million people world bank 2005 small scale mining

    80 100 million people world bank 2005 small scale mining Communities Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (CASM) • Artisanal and small-scale mining is practiced in about 50 countries by people who live in the poorest and most remote rural areas with few employment alternatives.

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  • De-agrarianization re -agrarianization and local economic

    May 17 2009 · Aryee B. N. A. (2003). Small-scale mining in Ghana as a sustainable development activity Its development and a review of the contemporary issues and challenges. In G. M. Hilson (Ed.) The socioeconomic impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining in developing countries (pp. 379–418). The Netherlands A.A. Balkema. Google Scholar

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  • Documents and ReportsDocuments List The World Bank

    Despite high connection rates (99 percent) approximately seventy percent of the population predominantly in rural areas and small towns faces severe electricity shortages each winter. See More Demand for electricity is unusually high in Tajikistan because there are limited alternative options for heating especially in urban areas.

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  • Multinational mining enterprises and artisanal small-scale

    The ASM sector provides direct employment to an estimated 15 million people in 80 countries worldwide Government attitudes towards small-scale miners in Ghana 2005–2008. World Bank (WB)Mining together Large-scale mining meets artisanal mining—A guide for action. World Bank Washington DC (2009)

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  • Gender Dimensions of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining

    rtisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) is a global reality. It represents a long-standing and important livelihood for more than 100 million men and women around the wold. In some places communities have prac-ticed it for generations in other places the pros-pect of new mineral finds draws large numbers of people suddenly to mining areas.

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  • Deforestation Trends in the Congo BasinWorld Bank

    Deforestation Trends in the Congo Basin Reconciling Economic Growth and Forest Preservation. conducted by a multidisciplinary team under the leadership of the World Bank at the request of the Central Africa Forests Com-mission (COMIFAC) to increase understanding of the deforestation dynamics in the Congo Basin.

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  • How Buying Ethically Sourced Handmade Jewelry Helps

    Mar 20 2020 · According to World Bank figures there are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally with artisanal and small-scale mining operations in approximately 80 countries. The World Bank

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  • Document of The World Bank FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

    the world bank for official use only report no 32498-rw project appraisal document on a proposed grant in the amount of sdr 13.9 million (us 20 million equivalent) to the republic of rwanda for an urban infrastructure and city management project in support of the first phase of the urban infrastructure and city management program

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  • How The World Bank Is Financing Environmental Destruction

    Apr 15 2015 · In northern Peru the World Bank s business-lending arm is part owner of the Yanacocha gold mine accused by impoverished farming communities of despoiling their land in pursuit of the precious ore. The bank and IFC have stepped up investments in projects deemed to have a high risk of serious and environment damage including oil pipelines mines and even coal-fired power plants an

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  • Small-scale mining a review of the issues World Bank

    Small-scale mining a review of the issues (English) Abstract. The paper addresses the principal issues generally associated with small-scale mining (SSM) in less developed economies and summarizes constraints and barriers that adversely affect SSM establishment and self-reliant growth in this country group.

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  • Zimbabwe MiningExtracting Prospects for the Common

    The Zimbex 94 attracted 12 000 people and generated 100 million worth of business. and Small-Scale Mining" the World Bank reveals that artisanal and small-scale mining occurs in about 80

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  • ZAMBIAOECD

    small scale mining and tourism. In this light diversification programmes and dialogue with support from the World Bank have commenced with a series of consultative workshops particularly with the the 2001/02 crop production will only feed 6 million people out of a total population of more than 10million.

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  • The hazardous nature of small scale underground mining in

    It estimates that about 100 million people (workers and their families) depend on artisanal and small scale mining compared to about 7 million people worldwide in industrial mining (World Bank 2013). The sector has made immense contributions to the production of minerals in the world.

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  • water pppsWorld Bank

    of Uganda s 10-year experience in small town water PPPs finds that connections have almost tripled since PPPs introduction in 2002. Over 1.5 million people are now served through PPPs in small towns and tariffs have risen by less than inflation. uTiliTy Performance non-revenue waTer

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  • GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION Public Disclosure World

    considered to be on a small scale. In the Rang Dong oil field however a CDM project is underway to transport and process World Bank 1818 H. Street NW Washington DC 2043 . 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 0 20 40 60 80 100 million tCO2 -e/y. Emission reductions from different interventions in energy sector. Small hydro

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  • Integrated Assessment of Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold

    As context the ILO estimated in 1999 that 13 million people throughout the world are engaged directly in small-scale mining activities the majority of whom are in developing countries. That number is now estimated at more than 20 million . In addition the livelihoods of 80–100 million people are affected by small-scale mining.

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  • Supporting the Advancement of Artisanal and Small Scale

    Supporting the Advancement of Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASM) in Uganda Additional US 5 million provided by World Bank together with a 2-year extension of SMMRP. Sustainable Management of Mineral Community Development Small Scale Mining 1. Capacity Building needs of Extension Service Providers

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  • Document of The World Bank FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

    the world bank for official use only report no 32498-rw project appraisal document on a proposed grant in the amount of sdr 13.9 million (us 20 million equivalent) to the republic of rwanda for an urban infrastructure and city management project in support of the first phase of the urban infrastructure and city management program

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  • Documents and ReportsDocuments List The World Bank

    The main objective of this sector work (ESW) is to provide the World Bank and the Government of Togo with a sound basis and proposals for decision-making about the

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