effects of titanium mining and community displacements in kenya

  • Mining conflicts and Corporate Social Responsibility: Titanium

    and services, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) could be an important vehicle for pacifying local communities, and minimising the impact of the abovementioned issues. This article contributes to this debate by examining the place of CSR in Kenya's nascent titanium mining industry. Through an ethnoecological lens, 


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  • REMARGINALISING KENYAN PASTORALISTS: THE HIDDEN

    undertaken little or no consultation with the host ASAL communities over the grandiose. LAPSSET project and the impending mining activities which are consequently likely to swamp the host counties' priorities, likely exacerbating their marginalization. This paper highlights the risks LAPSSET and the impending mining 


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  • Background Information: Tiomin Resources Inc. in Kenya

    Mar 25, 2001 The issue of where these people will move is still unsettled and it is inevitable that the pending displacement will result in the dissolution of community structure. The First Conference on the Impliions of Titanium Mining on the Coast of Kenya was held from the 1821st of June, 2000 in Ukunda, Kenya in 


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  • (SEA) for the Mining Sector in Kenya NEMA

    May 18, 2017 Kenneth Njuguna (DOSHs, Nairobi), Joan Kiraithe (Geological Society of Kenya), Irene Kendi (COTUK),. Rebecca Abonyo Environmental impact assessment in the mining sector. 6. Stakeholder . place in Kwale such as titanium mining in the Central, South and North Dunes, approximately 50km south.


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  • Recommendations for the Mining Sector BSR

    Mar 9, 2017 Impacts of Mining on Women in SSA: Shares key findings on the impact of the industry on women in SSA and some of the challenges to industry as employees, workers in the supply chain, and members of mining communities. Base Titanium: Building Sustainable Livelihoods in Kenya. Base Titanium 


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  • Titanium Mining in the Kwale District, Kenya EJAtlas

    Dec 30, 2015 After years of local struggle against a mining project for ilmenite for titanium, exports to China have started in 2014. A coalition formed of local communities and human rights organizations called Coast Mining Rights Forum opposed the megaproject, as it called for the displacement of 5,000 indigenous 


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  • What is in a Coconut? An Ethnoecological Analysis of Mining, Social

    Apr 25, 2007 communities. This article is based on field research carried out in 20092010 among the displaced community members in Kwale, Kenya. Introduction Over three thousand residents were consequently displaced to make way for titanium mining. To mitigate the impact of displacement, the Kenyan 


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  • Bogumil Terminski MININGINDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND

    consequences. One of the most negative effects of mining today is the forcing of thousands of 4 Dirty Metals: Mining, Communities and the Environment, A Report by Earthworks and Oxfam America, Oxfam. America, 2004. The development of titanium mining in Kenya's Kwale region led to the displacement of at least.


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  • Protracted Environmental Issues on a Proposed Titanium Minerals

    TIOMIN Resources Inc. of Canada, with TIOMIN Kenya Ltd. and Kwale Titanium Minerals Ltd. as subsidiaries have carried out a reconnaissance exploration in the . mandatory in order to reduce suspended particulate matter in the air and associated environmental health risks to the workers and neighboring communities.


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  • Resource conflict in Kenya's titanium mining industry: Ethnoecology

    Jul 19, 2017 The displacement of over 3000 residents in Kwale, Kenya to make way for the mining of titanium has raised serious concerns over indigenous resource ownership and The conflict demonstrates the need for a more sensitive approach to community resource ownership and indigenous mineral control.


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  • Does Kenya's DevelopmentInduced Displacement, and

    Sep 29, 2017 outcomes for Kenya. Keywords: development policy, involuntary resettlement policy, social safeguard standards, social impact assessment .. Community Land Act and Section 3 of the Mining Act. The Community Land Act and Mining Act also introduce Benefitsharing arrangements with rural indigenous 


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  • Bogumil Terminski MININGINDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND

    consequences. One of the most negative effects of mining today is the forcing of thousands of 4 Dirty Metals: Mining, Communities and the Environment, A Report by Earthworks and Oxfam America, Oxfam. America, 2004. The development of titanium mining in Kenya's Kwale region led to the displacement of at least.


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  • Kenya: Report claims local community in titaniumrich area has not

    Oct 30, 2017 Kenya: Report claims local community in titaniumrich area has not benefited from mining Base Titanium responds. A recent report by HakiJamii says that titanium mining host communities in Kwale area are "experiencing dire socioeconomic conditions despite the mining project minting billions from 


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  • Human Rights in Kenya's Extractive Sector Institute for Human

    Mining. NAP. National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights. CSO. Civil society organisation. NCAC. National Coal Advisory Committee. CBO. Community . economic and environmental impacts of the oil and gas sector in Kenya. to the commencement of the titanium mining project but these stalled due to a.


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  • Resettling Displaced People Evaluating the Agricultural a Proposed

    topography of the resettlement site, the portion other social infrastructure as demanded is be ava displacement. Key words: Titanium Mining, Displacement of C . rs to be resettled ook of Kenya (Vol. II), Poverty and nd key informants at the proposed s soil surveys conducted in the area connaissance soil maps were used.


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  • Titanium Mining in the Kwale District, Kenya EJAtlas

    Dec 30, 2015 After years of local struggle against a mining project for ilmenite for titanium, exports to China have started in 2014. A coalition formed of local communities and human rights organizations called Coast Mining Rights Forum opposed the megaproject, as it called for the displacement of 5,000 indigenous 


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  • Environmental impliions of high metal content in soils of a NCBI

    Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016 Nov23(21):2143121440. Epub 2016 Aug 9. Environmental impliions of high metal content in soils of a titanium mining zone in Kenya. Maina DM(1), Ndirangu DM(2), Mangala MM(2), Boman J(3), Shepherd K(4), Gatari MJ(2). Author information: (1)Institute of Nuclear Science and 


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  • Workshop Report UNDP in Kenya

    Kenyan government and civil society including: the Ministry of Mining, Ministry of Environment, Natural Strengthen the relationship between SEPA/UNDP, NEMA and stakeholders in the mining sector as a base for further Operations Environmental Conservation in Kenya Impacts of the Kenyan Mining Sector on the.


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  • Environmental Impact Assessment of the Proposed Titanium Mining

    Citation. JOZ Abuodha, Environmental Impact Assessment of the Proposed Titanium Mining Project in Kwale District, Kenya: Marine Georesources & Geotechnology [Mar. Georesour. Geotechnol.]. Vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 199207. JulSep 2002.


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  • geologic setting and heavy mineral sands occurrence at the kenyan

    significance however poor mining and processing methods could results in grave environmental issues . Impacts of the project on the Kwale ecosystem . . map of the Kenyan coast. Horkel et al, 1984 Notes on the geology and mineral resources of the southern Kenyan coast. Tiomin resources Inc. 1998. Titanium sands 


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