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Diana Taremwa Karakire
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  • Uganda
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Jan 14
Diana Taremwa Karakire favorited IGF Secretariat's blog post Tax Incentives in Mining: Open for business or abuse?
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Promoting Compliance To Social and Environmental Safeguards in Uganda's mining industry

Uganda’s mineral sector is increasingly becoming important. In 2014, Uganda completed a $75 million national mineral survey funded by the World Bank that identified occurrences of a wide range of mineral resources such as gold, uranium, tin, coltan, nickel, copper and tungsten existing in different parts of the country. The survey, intended to develop advanced geological data, divided Uganda into six blocks. Currently, a lot of mining activity in the country is being done at artisanal, small-…See More
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Dec 23, 2018
Diana Taremwa Karakire favorited SDMR Rwanda's blog post Policy Briefs: Lessons from supporting the formalisation of artisanal and small-scale mining in Rwanda
Dec 18, 2018
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Promoting Compliance To Social and Environmental Safeguards in Uganda's mining industry

Uganda’s mineral sector is increasingly becoming important. In 2014, Uganda completed a $75 million national mineral survey funded by the World Bank that identified occurrences of a wide range of mineral resources such as gold, uranium, tin, coltan, nickel, copper and tungsten existing in different parts of the country. The survey, intended to develop advanced geological data, divided Uganda into six blocks. Currently, a lot of mining activity in the country is being done at artisanal, small-…See More
Dec 18, 2018
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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
Water Governance Institute
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://www.watergovinst.org/
Job Title
Extractives officer
About My Work
Water governance institute is a local NGO based in Uganda and we work towards promoting good governance in Uganda's water sector and related industries such as the mining and oil and gas industry s.
Areas of interest
gold, oil and natural gas, environment, contract and licensing
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
yes

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Promoting Compliance To Social and Environmental Safeguards in Uganda's mining industry

Posted on December 18, 2018 at 11:04 1 Comment

Uganda’s mineral sector is increasingly becoming important. In 2014, Uganda completed a $75 million national mineral survey funded by the World Bank that identified occurrences of a wide range of mineral resources such as gold, uranium, tin, coltan, nickel, copper and tungsten existing in different parts of the country. The survey, intended to develop advanced geological data, divided Uganda into six blocks. Currently, a lot of mining activity in the country is being done at…

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