Social and Resettlement Services: Artisanal and Small scale Mining Solutions

Social and Resettlement Services: Artisanal and Small scale Mining Solutions

Social and Resettlement Services: Artisanal and Small scale Mining Solutions

Conflict with artisanal and small scale mining (ASM) is one of the greatest social challenges facing mining companies in developing world contexts today.

Our team of Social Scientists deliver and add value by facilitating the interactions and partnerships between the client, project host communities, regulators and other stakeholders to develop and ensure mutual prosperity and long term sustainable solutions

 

First Lithium Project in Mali Goulamina Project

First Lithium Project in Mali Goulamina Project

First Lithium Project in Mali Goulamina Project

Mali has a proud history of gold mining, and is the 3 rd largest producer of Gold in Africa (WGC 2018). 
Despite Mali’s history in Gold mining, Lithium and Spodumene was a new commodity and process for the mining and environmental authorities.

Digby Wells took on the responsibility of ensuring that the authorities understood and recognized the impacts associated with Lithium Mining

The Kazangula Bridge Project: Environmental Monitoring

The Kazangula Bridge Project: Environmental Monitoring

The Kazangula Bridge Project: Environmental Monitoring

The Kazungula Bridge Project was initiated by the two member states, wherein August 2007, the Governments of Botswana and Zambia announced a deal to construct a road and rail bridge to replace the existing ferry.

Digby Wells was appointed and is solely responsible for the monitoring of potential impacts within the selected environmental parameters that could be affected by the construction activities of the two border posts and the bridge.

The Massawa Project Responsible Environmental and Social Governance

The Massawa Project Responsible Environmental and Social Governance

The Massawa Project – Responsible Environmental and Social Governance

Digby Wells assisted Barrick with the initial Feasibility Study in 2010 and has been involved in the subsequent updated feasibility study of the Massawa Gold Mine In support of the Massawa feasibility study,

Barrick entrusted Digby Wells to complete the all encompassing Environmental and Social Impact Assessment.

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