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Kim Rahel Schultze
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  • Monrovia
  • Liberia
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2 blog posts by Kim Rahel Schultze were featured
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Juliane Weymann favorited Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post ‘What’s In It for Me?’ - Strengthening Accountability of Companies and Local Government through Citizen Feedback in Mining Areas
Feb 3
Kim Rahel Schultze posted a blog post

‘What’s In It for Me?’ - Strengthening Accountability of Companies and Local Government through Citizen Feedback in Mining Areas

Lessons Learnt on Local Governance in LiberiaLiberia is home to some of Africa’s largest mineral resource deposits such as iron ore, gold and diamonds. Yet decades of poor resource governance have ensured these resources have not contributed to the public good. While the proper management of the country’s mineral wealth has the potential to transform the economy through financing infrastructure development and job creation, systemic problems of transparency and accountability have prevented…See More
Jan 28
Kristian Lempa commented on Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post 'Reporting on Extractives: Investigative Journalists in Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea and Liberia shed a light on mining impacts'
"Great initiative - I wish these journalists many great stories in the future!"
Jan 23
Kristian Lempa favorited Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post Reporting on Extractives: Investigative Journalists in Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea and Liberia shed a light on mining impacts
Jan 23
Kim Rahel Schultze posted a blog post

Reporting on Extractives: Investigative Journalists in Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea and Liberia shed a light on mining impacts

The Regional Resource Governance in West Africa (ReGo) Programme, funded by German Development Cooperation and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, strengthens the investigative skills of 34 local journalists in three countries to report on the impacts of the mining sector and contribute to a well-informed public debate.Reporting on the mining sector does not only require awareness of the subject, but hands-on investigative skills and technical…See More
Jan 23
Kim Rahel Schultze posted a blog post

Apply for an internship position (m/f/d) in the Project Regional Resource Governance West Africa (Liberia & Côte d'Ivoire)

Find the advert here! (Côte d'Ivoire)Find the advert here! (Liberia)The four member states of the Mano River Union (MRU: Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) are among the least developed countries in the world. Their political and socio-economic conditions are shaped largely by mineral and…See More
Jan 18
Kim Rahel Schultze might attend Prudence Ukwishatse's event
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RDF's Online Repository Training at Webinar

August 7, 2018 from 12pm to 1pm
The Revenue Development Foundation's Online Data Repository is a public web page that provides access to Mineral Rights data and related payments. This data is registered with the Mining Cadastre system, “MCAS” that is used  in several government agencies such as the Ministry of Lands Mines and energy in Liberia, the National Mineral Commission in Sierra Leone, the Ministry of Mines in Mali, Minerals Commission in Ghana and the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in Afghanistan and the Ministry of…See More
Jul 24, 2018
Kim Rahel Schultze commented on Stefanie Heerwig's blog post 'Civil Society and Journalists in Côte d’Ivoire Are Getting Serious - 60 Civil Society Representatives Ready to Make a Better Case for Good Governance in the Mining Sector'
"Thanks to my colleague Stefanie for sharing. Here in Liberia, we are facing similar challenges and conducted similar trainings. As a follow up to the trainings, participants could apply for small grants to put what they learned into practice. Some…"
Jul 12, 2018
Kim Rahel Schultze favorited Stefanie Heerwig's blog post Civil Society and Journalists in Côte d’Ivoire Are Getting Serious - 60 Civil Society Representatives Ready to Make a Better Case for Good Governance in the Mining Sector
Jul 12, 2018
Yves Bertran Alvarez favorited Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post Improving livelihoods through cooperation and regulation in small-scale mining? - Mining Cooperatives in Western Liberia
Jun 20, 2018
Amy Sandhu favorited Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post Improving livelihoods through cooperation and regulation in small-scale mining? - Mining Cooperatives in Western Liberia
May 24, 2018
Amy Sandhu commented on Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post 'Improving livelihoods through cooperation and regulation in small-scale mining? - Mining Cooperatives in Western Liberia'
"Very pleased to see that recommendations from the Regulatory Roadmap have resulted in concrete outcomes on the ground! Best wishes to the Kawallahum mining cooperative, and for the ongoing success of GIZ ReGO programme's valuable work in…"
May 24, 2018
Kim Rahel Schultze posted a blog post

Improving livelihoods through cooperation and regulation in small-scale mining? - Mining Cooperatives in Western Liberia

In April 2018, 15 miners were awarded with a certificate making them the third cooperative in Liberia. The eleven men and four women from Kawallahum, close to the Sierra Leonean border, formed the “Mano River Kongo Mining & Agricultural Multipurpose Cooperative Society”. As licensed diamond miners, they were trained on how to (financially) manage and lead a cooperative over the past two months.…See More
May 24, 2018
Kristian Lempa favorited Kim Rahel Schultze's blog post Advisor (m/f, Liberian national only) for the program "Regional Resource Governance in West Africa" in Monrovia, Liberia
May 16, 2018

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
GIZ
Type of Organisation
International Organisation
Website
http://www.bmz.de/rue/en
Job Title
Advisor on Extractives for Development
About My Work
just getting started in Liberia
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
yes

Kim Rahel Schultze's Blog

Le premier système de traitement de l'or sans mercure en Guinée - Un projet co-piloté par la GIZ et l’Artisanal Gold Council

Posted on February 19, 2019 at 10:30 0 Comments

Renforcement des mesures liées aux impacts des pratiques économiques, sociales et environnementales pour une exploitation artisanale et à petite échelle de l'or (ASGM ) en Guinée 

En décembre 2018, le Ministère des Mines de Guinée, représenté par la Direction Nationale des Mines, a inauguré le premier système de traitement de l'or sans mercure à Tonso, une localité de Siguiri en Haute Guinée, ce…

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The first mercury free gold processing system in Guinea's ASM sector - GIZ and Artisanal Gold Council strengthening responsible minig practices

Posted on February 19, 2019 at 10:00 0 Comments

Pour la version française, voir ci-dessous --- See French Version below.

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In December 2018, the Ministry of Mines of Guinea, represented by the National Directorate of Mining, inaugurated the first mercury free gold processing system in Tonso, a district of Siguiri in Upper Guinea. This pilot project marks a step towards Guinea’s…

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‘What’s In It for Me?’ - Strengthening Accountability of Companies and Local Government through Citizen Feedback in Mining Areas

Posted on January 28, 2019 at 10:30 0 Comments

Lessons Learnt on Local Governance in Liberia

Liberia is home to some of Africa’s largest mineral resource deposits such as iron ore, gold and diamonds. Yet decades of poor resource governance have ensured these resources have not contributed to the public good. While the proper management of the country’s mineral wealth has the potential to transform the economy through financing infrastructure development and job creation, systemic problems of transparency and…

Continue

Reporting on Extractives: Investigative Journalists in Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea and Liberia shed a light on mining impacts

Posted on January 23, 2019 at 11:44 1 Comment

The Regional Resource Governance in West Africa (ReGo) Programme, funded by German Development Cooperation and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, strengthens the investigative skills of 34 local journalists in three countries to report on the impacts of the mining sector and contribute to a well-informed public debate.

Reporting on the mining sector does not only require awareness of the subject, but…

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