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jaff bamenjo
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RELUFA
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://www.relufa.org
Job Title
coordinator
About My Work
coordinates the RELUFA network whose area of interest among others is equity and transparency in the extractive industries. we conduct research, build capacity and conduct advocacy campaigns on different issues around the extractive industries
Areas of interest
monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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Monitoring Contractual Obligations of Mining companies

Posted on October 31, 2013 at 16:35 2 Comments

The Centre for Environment and Development (CED) and the Reseau De Lutte Contre la Faim (RELUFA), two Cameroonian civil society organizations are happy to present a new report on “ MONITORING LOCAL CONTENT AND FISCAL OBLIGATIONS OF MINING COMPANIES IN CAMEROON: Case of the DIAMOND MINING PROJECT of Cameroon and Korea Mining Incorporation MOBILONG, EAST CAMEROON”.

 Given that the enactment of a business friendly mining code in Cameroon in…

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RELUFA statement following the release of the 2013 Revenue Watch Institute Resource Governance Index

Posted on May 16, 2013 at 17:25 0 Comments

RELUFA

RESEAU DE LUTTE CONTRE   LA FAIM AU CAMEROUN

NETWORK FOR THE FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER IN CAMEROON

No. 0043/RDA/J06/BAPP

BP 1003 YAOUNDÉ – CAMEROUN  

TeL: 237-22.21.32.87              email:   info@relufa.org…

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New study on Artisanal Mining, a Challenge to the Kimberley Process: Case of the Kadey Division, East Region of Cameroon

Posted on February 25, 2013 at 11:30 0 Comments

By Jaff Bamenjo

RELUFA Cameroon

Many countries have engaged mining sector reforms aimed at attracting foreign investments. But besides the promotion of industrial mining projects, artisanal mining is relegated to the background although it is an activity that involves millions of people who have it as their only source of livelihood. Because of this neglect, this activity has not resulted in significant improvement in the economic and social situation of those…

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New study on Artisanal Mining, a Challenge to the Kimberley Process: Case of the Kadey Division, East Region of Cameroon

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 11:04 0 Comments

By Jaff Bamenjo

RELUFA Cameroon 

Many countries have engaged mining sector reforms aimed at attracting foreign investments. But besides the promotion of industrial mining projects, artisanal mining is relegated to the background although it is an activity that involves millions of people who have it as their only source of livelihood. Because of this neglect, this activity has not resulted in significant improvement in the economic and social situation of those…

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