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Bringing Gender Equity to Artisanal and Small Scale Gold Mining

A session by Andrea Hill, Ms Gloria Majiga-Kamoto, Nathalia Mendoza and Irene Owusu-Poku
Hill Management Group | 'Werx Brands, Centre for Environmental Policy & Advocacy, Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) and The Golden Line Ghana

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Women across the globe are working in artisanal and small scale gold mining. Yet, they are disadvantaged in many ways, often stepping into situations where they risk personal safety. What is being done in three different initiatives to bring greater equity to women in ASM gold mining? We look at an example in Malawi, the Gold Line in Ghana and how ARM is working across many mines in. ARM’s data reveals what jobs women have at mine sites and how this effects their pay scale.

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Irene Owusu-Poku

Master of Philosophy in Health Promotion from the University of Bergen (Norway) Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Catholic University College (Ghana) Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences from Accra School of Hygiene (Ghana) Currently pursuing MBA from Accra Business School (Ghana)

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