Foundation for ASM Development (FADev) is an independent Non-Governmental Organisation established to catalyse multi-stakeholder dialogue, knowledge sharing and collaboration. The Organisation intends to:
To attain a responsible, inclusive and sustainable Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASM) sector.
To serve as a centre of knowledge, dialogue, communication, partnership and execution to align this impoverished and vulnerable sector with national priorities and sustainable development agendas.
The ASM community as well as other members of the general public – individuals and household units must incur extra costs to have proper sanitation facilities – even only for hand washing.
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Dialogues Programme established to ensure the continuation of multi-stakeholder action dialogues. Targeting focus topics and stakeholders with the aim of supporting the implementation of the Roadmap Workstreams (RWs) towards the achievement of the overall institutional vision. While a national action dialogue can be aimed for convening multi-stakeholders once a year on one or more current […]
FADev will work with stakeholders to develop tailor made training modules/curriculum relevant for each target group and that seek to upgrade EHS good practices, leadership skills; business management, accounting, book-keeping, reporting, marketing and risk management; technical mining skills, and conflict resolution skills.
Reform process aimed at empowering women in ASM should consider solutions covering social, legal, economic, technical, intellectual and political issues. Solutions should not be just about addressing the various issues that women face but recognising and building on their potential to make a significant added value in economic, business, decision making, and best practice terms. […]
In line with the identified objectives of the Organization that form the Roadmap Workstreams, FADev will: implement relevant research activities that will progressively address issues around licence access status and how to promote community friendly application process, in collaboration with the Ministry of Minerals and the Geological Survey of Tanzania (GST), conduct a comprehensive geological survey that will help in […]