Managing benefit streams from mining in Tanzania: Capacity building for local authorities.
Recent CMI studies of the management of benefit streams from the extractive industries in Tanzania and Mali (CMI reports 2006:4 and 2006:11) reveal that there is considerable need for increased knowledge and capacity among local authorities and other stakeholders on how to relate to mining companies and their CSR strategies. The main objective of this project is to provide an overview of institutions and persons in Tanzania who can design and participate in training courses in benefit stream management.
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