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The aim of this study is to discuss about the conce ptual explanation of microcredit and sustainable livelihood Moreover this study also de scribed about conceptual linkages of microcredit towards a sustainable livelihood framework The stu dy found that the providing accesses of microfinancing are potentially working in the way o f ensuring sustainable livelihood of the poor women in the world

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  • Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods Reducing

    Promoting SuStainable livelihoodS r educing vulnerability and building reSilience in the drylandS Lessons from the UnDP IntegrateD DryL anD s DeveLoPment Programme ii United Nations Development Programme UNDP UNDP partners with people at all levels of

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  • CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES

    The nature of the mining operation including its sizelife spanand type of mineral being extracted will influence the interactions between mining and the community and the means available for working towards sustainable more recently established operations are more likely to use environmentally friendly technologies and

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  • New Directions in Social Impact Assessment

    This important new book outlines current developments in thinking in the field of Social Impact Assessment SIA It advances the theory and practice of SIA and argues that a dramatic shift is required in the way socioeconomic studies and community participation is undertaken

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  • Collecting data in artisanal and smallscale mining

    Mar 14 2005 This model involves the community in project development data collection and monitoring It emphasizes continuity cultural diversity trust building and learning The data thus collected should provide a firm basis for programmes that promote more sustainable livelihoods in artisanal and smallscale mining communities

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  • Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in

    The problem of sustainability of local traditional livelihoods is examined in the light of economic theories of sustainability eg weak and strong sustainability and sustainable livelihood approach SLA The results show that rural households in the mining area experience both positive and negative outcomes from the coal mining activities

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  • Sustainable social transitioning at mine closure a

    May 18 2020 Jessica has been at the forefront of developing mechanisms to ensure social transition towards mine closure in an attempt to ensure a sustainable transition for communities beyond mining She formed part of the team that developed the SocioEconomic Closure Impact Assessment for Kumtor Gold in Central Asia and assisted the client in developing

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  • PDF Towards sustainable livelihoods through indigenous

    Abstract Water is integral to sustainable rural livelihoods and household food security due to its key role in household use smallscale and homestead farming Water security is an emerging concept having gained increasing attention over the past

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  • Towards Sustainable Mining Natural Resources Canada

    Towards Sustainable Mining Context The Towards Sustainable Mining TSM initiative is the Canadian mining industrys commitment to responsible mining Established in 2004 by the Mining Association of Canada MAC TSMs objective is to enable mining companies to meet societys needs for minerals metals and energy products in the

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  • GLOBAL TRENDS IN ARTISANAL AND SMALLSCALE

    Artisanal and smallscale mining is also the source of the largest releases of mercury estimated at 1400 tonnes per year in 2011 according to the Minamata Convention Exposure to mercury can have serious health impacts including irreversible brain damage

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  • Mining and Sustainable Development The Case of

    Government as a partner in sustainable minerals development provides a legal framework to ensure minimum standards of compliance The Legislative Framework for mining in Ghana is currently laid down in the Minerals and Mining Act 2006 Act 703 Within this Legal Framework the state is

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  • POVERTY ERADICATION SUSTAINABLE

    Poverty Eradication Sustainable Livelihoods Focusing on Artisanal Mining Communities Executive summary In Africa artisanal and smallscale mining is largely povertydriven The sector has grown as an important economic activity in many countries It is estimated that more that 20 million people depend on it for their subsistence

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  • How can mining contribute to the Sustainable Development

    Dec 03 2013 The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business political academic and other leaders of society to shape global regional and industry agendas Incorporated as a notforprofit foundation in 1971 and headquartered in Geneva Switzerland the Forum is tied to no political partisan or national interests

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  • FINNISH TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE MINING TSM

    The companies that have commied to the Finnish Towards Sustainable Mining TSM Standard prepared in 2016 adhere to guiding principles that are sustainable in terms of environmental social and economic performance Sustainable mining covers the enre project life cycle from exploraon to mine closure and postclosure monitoring

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  • Towards sustainable livelihoods through indigenous

    Towards sustainable livelihoods through indigenous knowledge and water use security insights from smallscale irrigation scheme Abstract Water is integral to sustainable rural livelihoods and household food security due to its key role in household use smallscale and homestead farming

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  • CompanyCommunity Agreements Gender and

    Sep 24 2014 Mahy P 2011 Sex work and livelihoods Beyond the negative impacts on women in Indonesian mining In K LahiriDutt Ed Gendering the field Towards sustainable livelihoods for mining communities pp 4966 Canberra Australia ANU E Press Google Scholar

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  • Microfinance and Sustainable Livelihood A Conceptual

    The aim of this study is to discuss about the conce ptual explanation of microcredit and sustainable livelihood Moreover this study also de scribed about conceptual linkages of microcredit towards a sustainable livelihood framework The stu dy found that the providing accesses of microfinancing are potentially working in the way o f ensuring sustainable livelihood of the poor women in the world

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  • Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st

    Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century assesses the scientific evidence for the strengths and weaknesses of different production marketing and policy approaches for improving and reducing the costs and unintended consequences of agricultural production It discusses the principles underlying farming systems and practices

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  • Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in

    With growing demand for mineral resources and favourable policy towards the mining sector developing countries have become investment hubs for mineral extraction which has changed the socioeconomic and ecological scenarios particularly in rural areas Extractive industries such as coal mining generate negative externalities that bring irreversible changes in the local ecological

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  • Toward Inclusive Sustainable Artisanal and Small

    Toward Inclusive Sustainable Artisanal and SmallScale Mining ASM IIED ASM Knowledge Programme 20132018 Overview IIED is planning to establish a 5year knowledge programme for the artisanal and smallscale mining ASM sector The goal is to create a better enabling environment for the ASM sector which supports more

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  • Managing mining for sustainable development

    Managing mining for sustainable development towards sustainable development less developed domestic legal frameworks tend to the protection of the human rights and livelihoods of people affected by mining Addressing these gaps and inconsistencies is essential to improve

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  • Sustainable Development Framework for the Mining

    Sustainable Development Framework for the Mining Sector Historically the extraction of mineral reserves has always resulted in varying degrees of environmental progress the sector towards sustainable development Key Principles of the SDF The following eight principles form the core of the Sustainable Development Framework for India 1

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  • White Paper Mapping Mining to the Sustainable

    the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs represent the worlds plan of action for social inclusion environmental sustainability and economic development It is our shared belief that the mining industry has an unprecedented opportunity to mobilize significant human physical technological and financial resources to advance the SDGs

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  • The Coronavirus Reaffirms the Importance of Sustainable

    May 13 2020 To ensure quality education they recommend to invest locally in training for livelihoods beyond mining Academic investigations have also found that a companys active awareness of sustainable development led to positive changes in remote and poor areas but also that mining companies could do more The research found that the mining

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  • 31 The sustainable livelihoods framework and the asset

    The sustainable livelihoods framework in 311 is an effort to conceptualise livelihoods in a holistic way capturing the many complexities of livelihoods and the constraints and opportunities that they are subjected to These constraints and opportunities are shaped by numerous factors ranging from global or national level trends and

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  • Moving towards sustainable livelihood Home Facebook

    Moving towards sustainable livelihood 222 likes 2 talking about this This is to form a people network to began sustainable livelihood movement The world is

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  • 2Contribution of Ecotourism Towards Sustainable

    Contribution of Ecotourism Towards Sustainable Livelihood of the Communities Living on Wasini Island Kwale County Kenya Jairus N Koki Eldoret National Polytechnic Eldoret Kenya Ecotourism has traditionally been viewed as a panacea concept for developing countries to stimulate the

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  • Towards sustainable livelihoods through indigenous

    Water is integral to sustainable rural livelihoods and household food security due to its key role in household use smallscale and homestead farming Water security is an emerging concept having gained increasing attention over the past five years The World Economic Forum describes water security as the gossamer linking global economic challenges such as the systemic web of food

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  • News BCM Botswana Chamber of Mines Mining and Exploration

    Gaborone Botswana February 10 2017 The Botswana Chamber of Mines BCM today announced that it will adopt the Towards Sustainable Mining TSM initiative a corporate social responsibility program developed by the Mining Association of Canada MAC to improve environmental and social practices in the mining industry This is first time that TSM has been adopted by a mining

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  • District Mineral Foundation funds crucial resource for

    May 06 2020 The Prime Minister of India held a meeting on April 30 2020 to consider reforms in the mines and coal sector to jumpstart the Indian economy in the backdrop of COVID19 The mining

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  • Is SmallScale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood The

    Mar 28 2013 The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry smallscale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many Historically governments and institutions have overlooked smallscale mining as an industry worth investigation investment or support choosing instead to focus on largescale mining and smallscale

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