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The National Coalition on Mining, is the leading advocacy Ghana-based network of activists, community-based organizations (those living in mining communities), artisanal and small scale miners and civil society organizations, and is a national association that works on mining issues. Formed in 2001, NCOM, with its diverse CSOs and CBOs from mining communities and representatives of small-scale miners has helped mining affected communities to have a presence and voice on the national stage.  TWN-Africa is the secretariat.

From Operation Flush Out to Operation Vanguard: Issues and Lessons

Presented by : Richard Ellimah (Executive Director, Centre for Social Impact Studies) Outline of Presentation —Historical Use of Military —Triggers of Military Operations —Military Operations —Consequences of Military Use —Operation Vanguard —Key Issues —Lessons, Going Forward Historical Use of...

Ghana’s ASM Policy and Regulatory Regime with Focus on Gold

Ghana/World Bank: THE MULTI-SECTORAL MINING INTEGRATED PROJECT (MMIP): Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (ASM) Formalization Project SECTION I: POLICY, IMPACTS, CONTEXT AND CURRENT PRACTICES MINERALS AND MINING POLICY (NOVEMBER 2014) : PROMOTION OF EFFICIENT ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE MINING OPERATIONS 1)ASMs...