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Felix Adaania Kaba
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Bazira Henry commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana'
"Felix thanks for the comment. Such a model could for example provide the PAPs with the option of investing 40% of their compensation or just the land itself or its value as equity in the companies business. This will require companies'…"
Nov 29, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana'
"I don’t think corporations will undermine this great idea if it’s a win win situation. Many of the PAPs take huge compensations and spend mostly on things that have little or no returns. E.g a farmer taking compensation money to buy a…"
Nov 23, 2018
Bazira Henry commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana'
"We are championing an argument that compensation and resettlement of project-affected persons (PAPs) in its current form does not secure PAP's livelihoods. There is need for a paradigm shift in the manner in which compensation and resettlement…"
Nov 21, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba replied to Kendra Dupuy's discussion 'Ghana's Mineral Development Fund Bill'
"kindly find the attached"
Nov 15, 2018
A blog post by Felix Adaania Kaba was featured

The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana

Land acquisition for any purpose has been difficult in many parts of the world. The situation is worst when it comes to acquiring land for mining and other commercial activities, apart from paying to obtain the land for a certain period, one also pays compensation for any property of commercial or culturally value. Annual ground rents are also paid to institutions and land owners. This article divulges the complex nature of land acquisition and compensation processes mining companies go through…See More
Nov 14, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba posted a blog post

The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana

Land acquisition for any purpose has been difficult in many parts of the world. The situation is worst when it comes to acquiring land for mining and other commercial activities, apart from paying to obtain the land for a certain period, one also pays compensation for any property of commercial or culturally value. Annual ground rents are also paid to institutions and land owners. This article divulges the complex nature of land acquisition and compensation processes mining companies go through…See More
Nov 13, 2018
Kossi Ayegnon commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
" Dialogue des parties prenantes autour des droits fondamentaux des communautés riveraines des zones minières et le journalisme d'investigation  pour le renforcement de la redevabilité et…"
Aug 28, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"The major hurdle mining companies face in Ghana is not only  the issue with artisanal miners - especially now that the government has placed a temporary ban on small scale mining activities across the country. Apart from the various sums and…"
Aug 23, 2018
Lemayon L. Melyoki commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"Agree with you Ron that companies are not always coming to chase away people who were doing artisanal mining prior to the arrival of companies. I only cited that an as example to illustrate my point. To take the discussion further, it is important…"
Aug 22, 2018
Ron Smit commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"Yes, Lemayon, that clear division of responsibilities between government, company, and community itself, is crucial. Companies are indeed easy (and readily available) targets for community anger (and for governments who want to tax) and there is no…"
Aug 22, 2018
Ron Smit commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"Yes, Lemayon, that clear division of responsibilities between government, company, and community itself, is crucial. Companies are indeed easy (and readily available) targets for community anger (and for governments who want to tax) and there is no…"
Aug 22, 2018
Lemayon L. Melyoki commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"Rom, your comments on Felix's article may be correct. On the other hand, communities usually tend to blame extractive companies for the problems they face as a result of the presence of these companies in their neighborhoods. For example, when…"
Aug 22, 2018
Ron Smit commented on Felix Adaania Kaba's blog post 'Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?'
"Felix, this is an excellent article and points directly to the fact that elected governments have the responsibility, notwithstanding all the CSR projects that companies may or may not have. Mining companies are quite efficient and quick at setting…"
Aug 22, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba posted a blog post

Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?

The state of Mining Communities in Ghana such as Obuasi, Tarkwa and Prestea do not match up with the soaring revenue generated and the precious minerals extracted on their lands. The towns are earmarked with dilapidated roads and other essential social amenities. Roads  especially within and outside most mining communities in Ghana are very perilous and risky to ply by vehicles of all kind.The bad nature of these roads and other poor amenities in the mining communities keep most people…See More
Aug 17, 2018
Felix Adaania Kaba is now a member of GOXI
Apr 22, 2018

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Jungleminer.com.com
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Media, Individual
Website
http://www.jungleminer.com
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Blogger
About My Work
Publishes various educative and informative articles in Mining.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, governance and anti-corruption, geology, environment, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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The complexity of Mining Land Compensation and Ground Rent Payments in Ghana

Posted on November 13, 2018 at 2:27 3 Comments

Land acquisition for any purpose has been difficult in many parts of the world. The situation is worst when it comes to acquiring land for mining and other commercial activities, apart from paying to obtain the land for a certain period, one also pays compensation for any property of commercial or culturally value. Annual ground rents are also paid to institutions and land owners. This article divulges the complex nature of land acquisition and compensation processes mining companies go…

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Poor Development in Ghana Mining Communities: Who is to Blame, the Mining Companies or the Government?

Posted on August 17, 2018 at 12:37 7 Comments

The state of Mining Communities in Ghana such as Obuasi, Tarkwa and Prestea do…

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