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Making extractive sectors work for development: Mining as an engine of growth

Publications | Published on 01-11-2013

Isabelle Ramdoo (Alumna)

Presentation transcript1. Making Extractive Sectors work for Development - Mining as an engine of gr [...]


Human Capacity Problems in Developing Countries and Local Content Requirements in the Extractive Industries

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 11-12-2013

Capturing more value in the local economy is a priority for resource-rich developing countries in th [...]


African mineral wealth: turning stones into bread…

Blog | Published on 10-02-2012

Which policy maker, in particular at the time when many developed countries are struggling with budg [...]


Governing Extractive Resources for Inclusive Growth

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 09-12-2013

Africa is endowed with considerable amounts of mineral resources and ranks first or second in quanti [...]


Extractive resources and value chains: Are they coherent with international trade and investment policies

Publications | Published on 17-05-2016

Isabelle Ramdoo (Alumna)

Isabelle Ramdoo gave the following presentation at the event Managing Economic Transformation and Va [...]

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Responsible mining: Towards a partnership to support the sustainable development goals in Africa

Events | Published on 11-04-2017

Alfonso Medinilla | Karim Karaki | San Bilal

Attendance by invitation of the organiser only The expected outcome of this workshop is an agreement [...]


The Africa Mining Vision: Towards Shared Benefits and Economic Transformation

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 10-12-2013

Africa s abundance of mineral resources contrasts with the pervasive poverty of its people. The cont [...]


Some Like Them Rough: The Future of Diamond Beneficiation in Botswana

Publications | Published on 01-11-2013

BackgroundSince the opening of the Jwaneng mine 1982, Botswana has been the world s largest producer [...]

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Business-to-Business Platform in the Extractive Sector: Tapping Potentials in African Countries

Events | Published on 27-03-2014

Isabelle Ramdoo (Alumna) | San Bilal | Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

Organisers: ECDPM, Raw Materials Group, Global Extractive Resources Initiative


Artisanal gold mining in DRC: Time to get down to earth?

Publications | Published on 26-03-2018

Karim Karaki

In the Eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (where most of the Congolese gold [...]

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