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Benefits of cassiterite mining by artisanal miners in Jos

2020-7-11  Artisanal mining of cassiterite is one tedious activity that is done daily. It involves daily extraction of economic mineral deposits through the use of primitive tools like shovel, digger, and spade. The continuous extractive act by these artisanal miners tends not to bother the Government of Nigeria and as such, there is no detailed record that collates the quantity of cassiterite mined and

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(PDF) Benefits of cassiterite mining by artisanal miners

Background Artisanal mining of cassiterite is one tedious activity that is done daily. It involves daily extraction of economic mineral deposits through the use of primitive tools like shovel

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Benefits of cassiterite mining by artisanal miners in Jos

2020-7-11  Different states where cassiterite is mined in Nigeria Artisanal mining of solid minerals like cassiterite started 1905–1972 rating Nigeria as the 6th producer of tin in the world while mining of columbite started from 1933– 1945 rating Nigeria as the world exporter of columbite (Mallo, 2017. This activity still has its practice done in

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ENCOURAGING CASSITERITE MINING BY ARTISANS: A

2019-10-14  Artisanal Mining of solid minerals like Cassiterite started 1905 1972rating Nigeria as the 6thproducer of Tin in the world while mining of Columbite started from 1933-1945 rating Nigeria as the world exporter of Columbite(Mallo S.J 2017). This activity still has it practice

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CiteSeerX — Artisanal Cassiterite Mining and Trade in

CiteSeerX Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This report was prepared by Nicholas Garrett for the Communities and Artisanal & Small-scale Mining initiative (CASM). Nicholas Garrett is a Mining Consultant from the UK Resource Consulting Services Ltd (RSS), and specialising in conflict and post-conflict minerals management and corporate social responsibility in

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A Review of the Scope of Artisanal and Small‐Scale Mining

2021-1-15  Tin comes from the mineral cassiterite, SnO 2, with artisanal mining mostly in Bolivia, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, and to a lesser extent in DRC and Rwanda (Barume et al., 2016). Tungsten occurs as the mineral wolframite, [(Fe, Mn) WO 4], with ASM in

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The need for technological improvements in Indonesia’s

2019-11-1  Artisanal cassiterite miners usually exploit former mining sites operated over 200 years ago, as well as re-working old tailings areas (Kossoff et al., 2014).Indonesia has around 250,000 artisanal miners extracting gold, tin and diamonds (Pact et al., 2018), including approximately 50,000 individuals who mine cassiterite ore at 10,000 on-shore and off-shore mining sites in the Bangka and

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The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI

2019-12-12  employment-intensive artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM). Parts of the report are based on specific data from the ASM of cassiterite. As the DRC’s overall ASM sector differs by geographical area and mineral, extrapolation to the general is not without risk. The author has

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Artisanal & Small-Scale Mining International Tin

Artisanal & Small-Scale Mining. One of the tin mining industry’s unique characteristics is the significant contribution of artisanal and small scale miners (ASM) to the global tin marketplace. Almost all (~97%) of the world’s primary refined tin arises and is mined in emerging and developing countries and in a typical year around 40% of

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Economic Contributions of Artisanal and Small-Scale

2019-8-21  semi-mechanised mining methods attributed to artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) licences. Given the nature of 3T mineralisation, even medium-scale operations throughout Rwanda rely heavily on artisanal workforces to profitably operate. In 2010, the situation in Rwanda’s mining sector became critically complicated, when the U.S.

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A Review of the Scope of Artisanal and Small‐Scale Mining

2021-1-15  Tin comes from the mineral cassiterite, SnO 2, with artisanal mining mostly in Bolivia, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, and to a lesser extent in DRC and Rwanda (Barume et al., 2016). Tungsten occurs as the mineral wolframite, [(Fe, Mn) WO 4], with ASM in

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Inside the DRC’s Artisanal Mining Industry

Inside the DRC’s Artisanal Mining Industry. August 16, 2013. People carry bags of cassiterite (tin ore), coltan, which is used in mobile telephones and computers, and manganese down a hill from the Mudere mine near Rubaya (Photo Credit: Junior D. Kannah/AFP/Getty Images). By Audrey Gaughran, Director of Global Issues at Amnesty International.

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Certi ed Trading Chains in Mineral Production: A Way to

2012-9-16  Fig. 1 Artisanal cassiterite mining, Nemba anda) (Rw Fig. 2 Percentage of the population depending on ASM (CASM 2009 ) CertiÞ ed Trading Chains in Mineral Production: A Way to Improve Responsibility in Mining 217 Table 1 Estimation of the share of ASM in the global

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Artisanal mining and post-conflict reconstruction in the

2016-4-7  The civil wars accelerated artisanal mining further. While the majority of coltan, cassiterite and gold was mined in an artisanal manner before the war, copper and cobalt extraction came to rely mostly on artisanal mining as well (see table 1). The World Bank estimated in May 2008 that about 90 per cent of

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Analysis of the interactive map of artisanal mining areas

2016-11-9  2 Editorial Analysis of the interactive map of artisanal mining areas in eastern DR Congo: 2015 update Antwerp, October 2016 Front Cover image: Cassiterite mine Malemba-Nkulu, Katanga (IPIS 2015) Authors: Yannick Weyns, Lotte Hoex & Ken Matthysen International Peace Information Service (IPIS) is an independent research institute, providing governmental and non-governmental actors with

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The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI

2019-12-12  employment-intensive artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM). Parts of the report are based on specific data from the ASM of cassiterite. As the DRC’s overall ASM sector differs by geographical area and mineral, extrapolation to the general is not without risk. The author has

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REPORT The formalisation of artisanal mining in the

2012-8-22  Artisanal mining during and after the transition (2003 onwards) 10 4.4. Artisanal production patterns 12 4.5. 1 The ‘3Ts’ refers to tin, tantalum and tungsten, which are mined in the form of cassiterite, coltan and wolframite ores. 2 In this report ‘eastern DRC’ refers to Ituri district in Orientale province, North Kivu, South Kivu

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Economic Contributions of Artisanal and Small-Scale

2019-8-21  semi-mechanised mining methods attributed to artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) licences. Given the nature of 3T mineralisation, even medium-scale operations throughout Rwanda rely heavily on artisanal workforces to profitably operate. In 2010, the situation in Rwanda’s mining sector became critically complicated, when the U.S.

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Efficiency of Mineral Processing in Rwanda’s Artisanal

2017-3-29  Efficiency of Mineral Processing in Rwanda’s Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector IV Abbreviations. 3T Tungsten (W), Tin (Sn), Tantalum (Ta) ores Al Aluminum As Arsenic ASM Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining BGR German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources Fe Iron Fe 2 O 3 Hematite Fe 3 O 4 Magnetite FeWO 4 Ferberite G&A General and Administrative Expenses

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Legitimacy of small-scale and artisanal mining in the

2014-7-24  The development of small-scale and artisanal mining. This article focuses on the last mining company in Kivu Sominki, which was wound up on 29 March 1997, granting a portion of its assets to Sakima, which itself lacked the resources to resume mining

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Artisanal mining and post-conflict reconstruction in the

2016-4-7  The civil wars accelerated artisanal mining further. While the majority of coltan, cassiterite and gold was mined in an artisanal manner before the war, copper and cobalt extraction came to rely mostly on artisanal mining as well (see table 1). The World Bank estimated in May 2008 that about 90 per cent of

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Certi ed Trading Chains in Mineral Production: A Way to

2012-9-16  Fig. 1 Artisanal cassiterite mining, Nemba anda) (Rw Fig. 2 Percentage of the population depending on ASM (CASM 2009 ) CertiÞ ed Trading Chains in Mineral Production: A Way to Improve Responsibility in Mining 217 Table 1 Estimation of the share of ASM in the global

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Analysis of the interactive map of artisanal mining areas

2016-11-9  2 Editorial Analysis of the interactive map of artisanal mining areas in eastern DR Congo: 2015 update Antwerp, October 2016 Front Cover image: Cassiterite mine Malemba-Nkulu, Katanga (IPIS 2015) Authors: Yannick Weyns, Lotte Hoex & Ken Matthysen International Peace Information Service (IPIS) is an independent research institute, providing governmental and non-governmental actors with

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The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI

2019-12-12  employment-intensive artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM). Parts of the report are based on specific data from the ASM of cassiterite. As the DRC’s overall ASM sector differs by geographical area and mineral, extrapolation to the general is not without risk. The author has

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REPORT The formalisation of artisanal mining in the

2012-8-22  Artisanal mining during and after the transition (2003 onwards) 10 4.4. Artisanal production patterns 12 4.5. 1 The ‘3Ts’ refers to tin, tantalum and tungsten, which are mined in the form of cassiterite, coltan and wolframite ores. 2 In this report ‘eastern DRC’ refers to Ituri district in Orientale province, North Kivu, South Kivu

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Legitimacy of small-scale and artisanal mining in the

2014-7-24  The development of small-scale and artisanal mining. This article focuses on the last mining company in Kivu Sominki, which was wound up on 29 March 1997, granting a portion of its assets to Sakima, which itself lacked the resources to resume mining

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Efficiency of Mineral Processing in Rwanda’s Artisanal

2017-3-29  Efficiency of Mineral Processing in Rwanda’s Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector IV Abbreviations. 3T Tungsten (W), Tin (Sn), Tantalum (Ta) ores Al Aluminum As Arsenic ASM Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining BGR German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources Fe Iron Fe 2 O 3 Hematite Fe 3 O 4 Magnetite FeWO 4 Ferberite G&A General and Administrative Expenses

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East Group Minerals

About Us. Since Rwanda’s region we operate at is relatively poor, active development and growth in the sector, especially what concerns the artisanal mining group, undoubtedly lead to peristent economic benefit for both workers and consumers. At the moment, our main focal business point is in Rwanda. As the existing establishment in Kigali

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Social impacts of artisanal cobalt mining in Katanga

2020-2-19  2.2.2 History of mining activities in Katanga 14 3 Methodological approach and objectives 17 4 Scope of the study 18 4.1 The cobalt supply-chains 18 4.2 Current stakeholders 19 4.2.1 Artisanal miners 19 4.2.2 State-owned companies 21 4.2.3 Private mining

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Mining in Rwanda Rwanda Mining Association

During the years 2006-2008, the mining and quarrying activities registered an exceptional performance. In 2006, the Rwandan Minerals Industry set revenue targets of $54 million and $63 million for 2007 and 2008 respectively. The targets were exceeded with revenues of $71

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