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SarWatch Writer
THIRD ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO 2019

The 3rd annual edition of Alternative Mining Indaba  (AMI)  of the Democratic Republic of Congo was held in Kinshasa, from 9 to 11 July 2019, under the theme “The year one of the revised Mining Code:  application, challenges and opportunities”.     The conference also provided an opportunity to evaluate the recommendations of two previous editions. Delegated participated in various plenary sessions and parallel workshops that were hosted throughout the conference. Following three days of dialogue, the AMI2019 also concluded with its one set of recommendations.

Find out more about the AMI2019 below.

AMI2019 Article

Rapport général AMI 3

Rapport synthèse 3eme Alternative mining Indaba

 

 

 

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