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AFRICAN YOUTH ON MINING AND ENVIRONMENT (AYME)

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AFRICAN YOUTH ON MINING AND ENVIRONMENT (AYME)

The African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME)  was established in line with the African Mining Vision, the UN Agenda 21, the Paris Agreement, the UN Guiding Principle on Business and Human Rights- among host of other Regional and International legal extractive and environmental Instruments.  

AYME has the VISION of seeing responsible mining along with sustainable environmental consideration. AYME has the MISSION of active youth involvement and meaningful contribution in the good governance of the mining and environmental sectors in African natural resources rich countries. 

Location: Fourah Bay College, Freetoan Sierra Leone
Members: 14
Latest Activity: Aug 2

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Comment by Joseph Smith on March 28, 2017 at 8:06

The African Youth on Mining and Environment AYME, has completed a research title; "the impacts of artisanal child mining on the development of children in Sierra Leone-A case study of Tankoro Chiefdom, Kono, East of Sierra Leone"

The research was supported by the GIZ-Regional Resources Governance Project for fragile states in West Africa.

The launch of the research report would hopefully be in April, at the Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. For a summary of this report please visit our webpage on ( www.ayme-ngo.com). We strongly look forward for more partnership and donor supports. AYME is very grateful to GIZ-ReGo for the support in giving meaningful voice to African young people in the good governance of our natural resources and the environment. 

Comment by Joseph Smith on October 16, 2013 at 12:48

Thanks Janne Kaiser for your nice comment and concern for ETAG. I will definitely email you the operational plan so that you can know our ETAG proposed  Activities.

Comment by Janne Kaiser on October 16, 2013 at 10:34

Dear Joseph, great to hear that ETAG keeping up their good work. What are your planned next activities?

Comment by Joseph Smith on October 15, 2013 at 23:06

Greeting to all members of this resources governance group on GOXI. ETAGE is still looking for more partnership and support for capacity building for young academia members of this group here in Sierra Leone. Is any body or organization moved by this to support ETAG? Thanks and stay connected to resuorces governance

Comment by Joseph Smith on July 23, 2013 at 17:19

You are very much welcome to this group!

Comment by daniel gilbert on July 23, 2013 at 16:39

Thanks for inviting me to this group, Joseph!

 

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