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  • Impacts of Covid-19 on Artisanal and Small Scale Mining

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  • Socio-economic and environmental impact of mining on women

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    Oct 26, 2018· A miner crushes ore in Osiri, Migori. Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) activities have been a significant source of employment for Kenyans, playing a critical role in poverty reduction and rural development.Even so, limited data and information has been available concerning the current and potential economic development opportunity that the small-scale mining

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    By Meedan Mekonnen September, 2006 This piece was written while the author was completing a Master of Arts degree in Peace Studies at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Introduction It is a shame that in the twenty first century, a century heralded by great advances in technology and developed economies that drought and

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    imprisonment, and abandonment of homes. The study revealed that some of these effects are direct whilst others are indirect. Thus, the findings show that the effects are interrelated and sequential one effect could lead to another effect and in that order.

  • Impact of Gold mining on the Environment and Human Health

    The study of gold sites in the Migori Gold Belt, Kenya, revealed that the concentrations of heavy metals, mainly Hg, Pb and As are above acceptable levels. Tailings at the panning sites recorded values of 6.5–510 mg kg−1 Pb, 0.06–76.0 mg kg−1 As and 0.46–1920 mg kg−1 Hg. Stream sediments had values of 3.0–11075 mg kg−1 Pb, 0.014–1.87 mg kg−1 As and 0.28–348 mg

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