HakiMadini a non-profit-making organization strategically linking grassroots minerals sector realities with national, regional and international policy processes.HakiMadini is retrospectively the social justice activism wing of the small scale mining sector and communities living around and within Tanzania mineral adorned areas.We are the 'big voice of the small-scale miner' in the minerals sector! Haki (in Kiswahili) literally means Rights and Madini means Minerals. We advocate for economic and social rights within an accountable and transparent extractive industry for the benefit of the larger community.HakiMadini interogates the impact of the minerals sector activities on livelihoods, environment and societies.



To strengthen the capacities of artisanal/small scale miners and the local community to engage, participate and benefit from the mineral wealth, as well as to defend and promote basic human rights .

TANZANIA: STAMICO ORDERS TANZAM TO RESUME MINING OPERATIONS SOON

State Mining Corporation (STAMICO) has dismissed as lame excuses claims that the suspension of mining operations at Geita-based Buckreef Gold Mine was due to forceful occupation by illegal miners. In read more......
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University enhances skills of small-scale miners, Ghana

The University of Mines and Technology (UMAT), Tarkwa, has trained small-scale miners in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality on the modern method of extracting gold from the land without destroying the env read more......
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Niger State Warns Against Illegal Mining And Environment Plundering

Niger State government has warned against illegal mining in the state and advised operators to desist from further plundering of the environment. read more......
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Mercury and gold mining in the Guianas - cooperate or fail

There has been growing awareness around mercury issues over the past sixty years, especially with regards t read more......
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TANZANIA TO CHAIR MINERALS COUNCIL

Addis Ababa. Tanzania has been elected chair of the Governing Council of African Minerals and Geosciences Centre (AMGC) during its 36th annual meeting in Addis Ababa.

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CSOs ELECT THEIR REPRESENTATIVES TO THE TEITA COMMITTEE

Tanzanian civil society organisations on Friday 27th May, 2016 elected five representatives to the 3rd Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency and Accountability Committee (TEITA Committ read more......
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The True Extent of the DRC's Artisanal Cobalt Industry

Artisanal cobalt mining has been the focus of lot of media attention since mid-January following the publication of an Amnesty International report that highlighted the haza read more......
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