TAMA Foundation organizes a paralegal training workshop for 50 participants from selected mining communities in the north.

Executive Director Center for Public Interest Law (CEPIL) Lawyer. Augustine Niber has taken a group of Civil Society and Community based Organizations and individuals from the 5 regions of the north through extensive legal training on mining laws, regulations, and policies. Engaging with the media, during a 2 days Paralegal […]

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Forum to promote Sustainable Natural Resource Management in Ghana held in Tamale

A one-day forum aimed at promoting the sustainable use and management of mineral resources in Ghana has been held in Tamale. The forum was organized by the Foundation for the Transformation of Marginal Areas (TAMA Foundation) Universal, a non-governmental organisation in collaboration with the Ford Foundation. The meeting brought together […]

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CSOs in Natural Resource Governance demand wider stakeholder consultation on AGYAPA Royalties Deal

Civil Society Organisations(CSOs) in Natural Resource Governance in Northern Ghana, has urged the government to open up space for a broader conversation around the contentious AGYAPA Royalties Deal which is currently tearing the country apart. The Agyapa Royalties Deal started two (2) years ago when the Minerals Income Investment Fund […]

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UE/R : Stop your inhumane activities on residents – SRAN and TAMA tells Earl IN’T

Environment based Civil Society Organizations Savanna Research and Advocacy Network (SRAN) and Foundation for the Transformation of Marginal Areas (TAMA) have accused Earl International Mining company formerly Shaanxi for what they described as inhumane treatment on residents of Obuasi, a suburb of Gbane in the Talensi District of the Upper […]

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Forum to promote Sustainable Natural Resource Management in Ghana held in Tamale

A one-day forum aimed at promoting the sustainable use and management of mineral resources in Ghana has been held in Tamale. The forum was organized by the Foundation for the Transformation of Marginal Areas (TAMA Foundation) Universal, a non-governmental organisation in collaboration with the Ford Foundation. The meeting brought together […]

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