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Isabella Gerber
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Isabella Gerber favorited Rachel Etter-Phoya's blog post Views from Malawi's ASM sector: Malawi losing out through gemstone smuggling
Oct 21, 2016
Isabella Gerber favorited EITI's blog post A big deal: Nigeria undergoes EITI Validation
Oct 21, 2016
Isabella Gerber favorited Publish What You Pay Indonesia's blog post Transparency of Extractive Industries Toward Spatial Transparency
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Isabella Gerber favorited Inga Petersen's blog post There are no shortcuts to establishing trust between extractive industries stakeholders
Oct 21, 2016
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Jan 25, 2016
Eric Joyce commented on Isabella Gerber's event 'INVITE ONLY: Breakfast discussion with Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Afghanistan 4th Dec'
"This was a super briefing; thanks so much for having me along. The panel was so well selected and I found Daud Shah Sabah, the Afghan mining minister, refreshingly frank and open to discussion. We chatted about the EITI as part of the open dialogue…"
Dec 21, 2015
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INVITE ONLY: Breakfast discussion with Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Afghanistan 4th Dec at Adam Smith International - 240 Blackfriars Road, SE18NW London

December 4, 2015 from 8:30am to 10am
Holger Grundel, Global Lead for Extractive Industries at the Department for International Development, The Economist and Chatham House will also be joining us to discuss opportunities, risks and constraints to the development of extractive industries in Afghanistan. There…See More
Dec 3, 2015
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Breakfast discussion with Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Afghanistan 4th Dec at Adam Smith International - 240 Blackfriars Road, SE18NW London

December 4, 2015 from 8:30am to 10am
Holger Grundel, Global Lead for Extractive Industries at the Department for International Development, The Economist and Chatham House will also be joining us to discuss opportunities, risks and constraints to the development of extractive industries in Afghanistan. There…See More
Dec 1, 2015
Antipas Massawe commented on Isabella Gerber's blog post 'Seizing opportunities in the extractives sector. How can governments increase revenue from oil, gas and minerals? What are the priorities?'
"I don’t think what Adam Smith …..has suggested here are the Government priorities for mineral rich developing countries. For them it should be to achieve increased local shareholding in the foreign involved ownership of mineral rights,…"
Dec 1, 2014
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Dec 1, 2014
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"Establishing Malawi’s mining fiscal regime to support the growth of its budding mining sector. Read more here: http://j.mp/1yPLOh3"
Oct 9, 2014
Isabella Gerber favorited Antoine Heuty's blog post 5 Reasons Why We Started Ulula
Jan 24, 2014
Isabella Gerber favorited Sarah Busque's blog post How can extractive companies help communities prepare and cope with natural disasters?
Jan 13, 2014
Isabella Gerber commented on Isabella Gerber's blog post 'Responsible resource extraction in Afghanistan: the first strategy'
"The extractives sector in Afghanistan is at a very early stage of its development.  As noted in some detail in the Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment for the Extractives Industry Sector in Afghanistan (SESA-EI), the Government has…"
Jan 13, 2014
Javed Noorani commented on Isabella Gerber's blog post 'Responsible resource extraction in Afghanistan: the first strategy'
"It is pleasing to hear the word responsible but i am afraid and would like to tell you that it is all fake and few people in Kabul talk about these issues and do nothing on the ground. There are more than 2000 mines where illegal mining is on going…"
Jan 10, 2014
Isabella Gerber posted a blog post

Responsible resource extraction in Afghanistan: the first strategy

Mineral and hydrocarbon extraction may hold the key for Afghanistan's economic future. It is imperative that extraction is planned responsibly.http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/adam-smith-international-partner-zone/resource-extraction-in-afghanistanSee More
Jan 9, 2014

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Adam Smith International
Type of Organisation
Business
Website
http://adamsmithinternational.com
Job Title
Assisstant Manager - Extractive Industries
About My Work
Adam Smith International (ASI) is a leading independent economic and government reform consultancy based in London with registered offices in Nairobi and New Delhi, and with major project offices located in many developing and transitional countries worldwide. Our aim is to apply our professional and consulting skills towards improving the quality of life for the citizens of countries facing the need for economic, political and social change.

Our work on natural resources and extractive industries spans a number of countries, including Sierra Leone, Southern Sudan, Sudan, South Africa, Botswana, Mongolia, Macedonia, Nepal, India, Guyana, Ecuador, Romania and Afghanistan. A key focus has been on building the capacity of government institutions to formulate policies and enforce legislation and regulations that enable effective and transparent management of natural resource extraction.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, geology, environment, social accountability, redistribution and sustainable development
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At 1:31 on May 7, 2014, Audrey Cash said…

Hi Isabella,

I hope you will be able to assist or advise me.  On 17 April, I submitted my CV and cover letter for the post of Experienced Project Manager Extractive, Nairobi/Kenya.  I followed up with an email on 22 April.  However, I have not received any response to either message.  I would like to ensure that my application was received, can you advise me?

Thank you and kind regards,

Audrey C. Cash

 
 
 

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