Thursday, May 23, 2019

Report

Innovation: drinking water with air for the benefit of the victims

The Israeli company Watergen flies to the rescue of the victims. Indeed, she sent her machines capable of making drinking water with...

Mining: alarming images on environmental degradation in Cameroon

Mining operations in the Eastern and Adamaoua regions are more difficult than hopes, especially for riparian communities struggling to enjoy the benefits...

Governance in the mining sector in Cameroon: people excluded from the procedures

They say they ignore the mining activities that take place regularly in their respective localities. "Generally, mining operators return...

Working conditions in the mines in Cameroon: employees describe the policy of double standards

Reports of State and private bodies travelled by VivAfrik reveal disparities between Cameroonian employees and their foreign counterparts. In...

Environmental management in Cameroon: mining operators do not close gold holes

The non-restoration of sites after exploitation and the use of polluting products contribute to degrading the ecosystem in Cameroon finds VivAfrik.

School loss in Cameroon: children work in gold yards

The phenomenon, though suppressed by local laws and authorities, impacts the rate of schooling in the gold-bearing localities of the eastern region. VivAfrik...

Traffic in the mining sector: Cameroon loses one billion FCFA per month

These losses, according to a report of the framework for support and promotion of mining crafts (CAPAM) of April 2016, are facilitated...

Diagnosis of the mining sector in Cameroon: nothing has changed for more than a...

The observations made by the Minister of mines, industry and technological development (Minmidt) during the may 2016 visit to the eastern region...

Cameroon: at the heart of the mining Nebula

According to observers, mining in the eastern regions and Adamaoua has more evils than hopes especially for riparian communities. They are struggling...