February 25, 2021 8:42 am

MINERALS AFRICA DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION (MADI) LIMITED

creating an open and constructive environment to support the economic, social and environmental structural transformation of Africa's mineral sector

MADI de-risks the African minerals sector to ensure that there are mutual social and economic benefits accruing equitably to all key stakeholders: public, private and communities, while protecting the environment.
MADI works with the African Union (AU) and other African and international agencies supporting the social, environmental, economic development and structural transformation of Africa in an inclusive and sustainable manner as defined by Africa’s Agenda 2063, Global 2030, and the Africa Mining Vision (AMV).
MADI focuses on building capacities, research for policy guidance and promoting knowledge-based African solutions for mineral resources development, building upon best African and international practices
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ANNOUNCING MADI E-CONFERENCE

CONFLICT AND PRECIOUS MINERALS AND METALS - SIGNIFICANCE AND IMPACT ON AFRICA'S MINERAL SECTOR, ASM AND INTEGRATION PROCESSES - PART II (WORKING TITLE)

Thursday, March 18, 2021 | 2 - 4 PM EAT

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Part I Conference

February 18, 2021

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ANNOUNCING MADI E-TRAINING

MINERALS & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

MODULE 1: MINERALS POLICY, LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR MINERALS DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

End of March 2021 (TBC) - 5 DAYS

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END-OF-YEAR MESSAGE

Compliments of the Season to all MADI Community
I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and all of the MADI Community, The Board of Directors, The Advisory Board, the International Advisors, our Partners, the Staff and all registered MADI-news subscribers for the great contribution to the tremendous success that MADI has achieved in the first six months of its existence…

Mr. Frank Dixon Mugyenyi, Chairman of the Board, MADI

Learn More about Minerals Africa Development Institution

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MEET OUR NEW STAFF MEMBERS

ANGELA MULENGA - Head, Business Development Department

CATHERINE NANKABIRWA - Business Development Officer

FROM SOCIAL MEDIA AND BLOG

WHAT EXPERTS ARE SAYING

Prof. Aberra Mogessie
Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Graz, Austria
Geological Society of Africa
I have looked through the website of your new institute. It is a noble idea and the website is well structured. I have also seen the photos of the Board Members and I know some of them. I consider your effort excellent, especially with the experience you have acquired through the years concerning the Africa Mining Vision and all that has been done to try to implement it. I encourage you to work for your idea and will be happy to support you with my expertise and networks. Congratulations!

Prof. Olugbenga Okunlola
Chairman of Mining Implementation Strategy Team, Nigeria
President of Geological Society of Africa
Very interesting…I will be ready to support this. I believe there will be more information as things further unfolds.

PARTNER WITH MADI

Partnership with MADI can help enhance your professional profile, develop your business network and build your company’s profile. With your partnership, together we will transform the Africa’s Minerals Sector.

To enquire about different partnerships with MADI, please contact:

Frank Dixon Mugyenyi – Chairman of the Board

tel: +256 78 522 6575   |   email: frankmugyenyi@ma-di.org

In addition to partnerships, MADI offers several membership types, with different levels of engagement that will meet your organization’s business needs and business development goals.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

KEY CHALLENGES TO WOMEN'S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN THE MINING INDUSTRY
IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

KEY CHALLENGES:

  1. Negative perceptions and attitudes about women’s role in mining
  2. Mining equipment and facilities not designed with women in mind
  3. Financial and workplace pressures, particularly for working mothers
  4. Lack of female role models and mentors
  5. Low education and skill levels
  6. Limited access to credit and business contracts to grow enterprises
  7. High risk of gender-based violence
  8. Exposure to health and safety risks in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (ASM)
  9. Lack of information and voice on issues that affect women

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Transforming and Empowering the Africa's Mineral Sector Through Partnerships

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Uganda Investment Authority
Makerere University Business School
The African Legal Support Facility
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