We educate communities about their rights and work with leaders to implement programmes and monitor progress. We educate media to report responsibly and train them on investigative journalism.
The Southern Africa Resource Watch was founded in 2007 and operated as a project within the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA). Its location and operations were primarily in SADC, well known as the world’s richest region in terms of extractive resources. While its establishment was related to the global natural resources boom of the 2000s, SARW outlived that specific economic boom as well as numerous extractive industry cycles over the years.Read more
ACCOMPAGNEMENT DE LA CHEFFERIE DE BAYEKE PAR SARW DANS LES CONSULTATIONS DES COMMUNAUTES EN VUE DE LA SIGNATURE DU CAHIER DES CHARGES DE L’ENTREPRISE TENKE FUNGURUME MINING
SARW est engagé dans un processus de renforcement des capacités des Entités Territoriales Décentralisées (ETD) en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC). C’est dans ce cadre...
SARW’S SUPPORT TO THE BAYEKE KINGDOM IN THE CONSULTATION OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES FOR THE SIGNING OF A SHARED LIST OF RESPONSIBILITIESWITH TENKE FUNGURUME MINING
SARW is engaged in a process of capacity building for Decentralised Territorial Entities (DTEs) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As part of this...
Dialogue N°2: Règlementation et Contrôle du Cobalt de la RDC en tant que Minerai Stratégique (Regulation and Control of the DRC Cobalt as Strategic Mineral)
Event Date: 25 September 2020
Event Time: 13:00 PM (Kinshasa)
Location: Kinshasa, DRC via ZOOM