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Strategic Assessment of the Ethiopian Mineral Sector : Final Report

ACCIDENTS ACID MINE DRAINAGE AIR AIR POLLUTION ALLUVIAL GOLD MINING AQUACULTURE ARSENIC ARTISAN MINING ARTISANAL GOLD ARTISANAL MINERS ASM ASM ACTIVITIES ASM MINERS ASM SECTOR BAUXITE BENEFICIATION CADASTRE CADASTRE AND REGISTRY SYSTEM CADASTRES CLOSURE COAL CONCESSION COPPER CORPORATE INCOME TAX DIATOMITE DIMENSION STONE DRILLING EITI EMISSIONS ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS EQUALIZATION EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES EXPLORATION AND MINING EXPLORATION AND MINING LICENSES EXPLORATION LICENSE EXTRACTIVE SECTOR FE FELDSPAR FOREIGN EXCHANGE FUEL GAS GAS RESOURCES GASES GEMSTONES GEOLOGICAL DATA GEOLOGICAL MAP GEOLOGICAL MAPPING GEOLOGICAL SURVEY GEOLOGY GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS GOLD GOLD MINE GOLD MINERS GOLD MINING GOLD PRODUCTION GROUNDWATER HEALTH AND SAFETY INCOME TAX INDUSTRIAL MINERALS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INSPECTION INTERNATIONAL MINING IRON IRRIGATION KAOLIN LAKES LAND USE LARGE-SCALE MINING LEACHING LICENSE AREA LICENSE NUMBER LICENSEE MARSHES METALS METHANE MINE DEVELOPMENT MINE PLANS MINERAL MINERAL DEVELOPMENT MINERAL EXPLORATION MINERAL LEGISLATION MINERAL LICENSES MINERAL OCCURRENCES MINERAL POLICY MINERAL POTENTIAL MINERAL PROCESSING MINERAL PRODUCTION MINERAL RESERVES MINERAL RIGHTS MINERAL SECTOR MINERAL TYPE MINERALS DEVELOPMENT MINERALS EXPLORATION MINERALS SECTOR MINES MINING ACTIVITY MINING COMPANIES MINING COMPANY MINING DEVELOPMENT MINING INVESTMENTS MINING LICENSE MINING LICENSES MINING OPERATIONS MINING POLICY MINING PROJECT MINING PROJECTS MINING REGULATIONS MINING ROYALTIES MINING SECTOR MINING SECTOR DEVELOPMENT NOISE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OIL OIL SECTOR ORE RESERVES ORES OVEREXPLOITATION PETROLEUM PLATINUM POLLUTANTS POPULATION DENSITY POTASH PRIVATE INVESTORS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATIZATION PUBLIC PARTICIPATION QUARTZ RADIOACTIVITY RADON RAILWAY RAILWAYS RENEWABLE RESOURCES RESOURCE RENTS RESOURCE REVENUES REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE MANAGEMENT RIVERS ROAD ROADS ROCKS ROYALTY ROYALTY PAYMENTS RUNOFF SALT SCALE MINING SCRAP SEDIMENTATION SEDIMENTS SEWAGE SHAFTS SILICA SILICA SAND SMALL SCALE SMALL-SCALE SMALL-SCALE MINING SMELTER SODA ASH SOIL POLLUTION SOLID WASTE SPRINGS STATE CONTROL SUBSIDENCE SURFACE TRANSPORT SUSPENDED SOLIDS SUSTAINABILITY SWAMPS TAILINGS TAILINGS DAM TANTALUM TAX TOXIC SUBSTANCES TRANSPARENCY UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND MINING URANIUM VEHICLE VEHICLES WASTE WASTE DISPOSAL WASTE ROCK WELLS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2014-11-19T22:41:05Z | 2014-11-19T22:41:05Z | 2014-07

This report was commissioned with the aim to assist the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) in its efforts to develop the mining sector. Thus, the report has been produced in close cooperation with staff at the Ethiopian Ministry of Mines (MoM). Its findings are mostly based on desk top reviews of existing documents, on a large number of meetings, and interviews with affected and interested stakeholders, and also on some field work performed in the southern and western parts of the country. This report provides a review of the Ethiopian mining sector, and assesses its potential to contribute to sustainable economic growth and development. It further provides recommendations for the initiatives and actions that will be required for such development to take place, and it identifies the risk and opportunities that this entails. The need for this type of strategic analysis follows from the GoE ambition to, as part of the growth and transformation plan (GTP), and develop the mining sector to be a main pillar of the economy. The report is organized as follows: chapter one provides an introduction to the Ethiopian economy and the current contribution from mining, and describes general aspects of mineral sector development and how it may contribute to economic development. Chapter two presents the geological potential of the country, mineral occurrences, and mining and exploration projects. Chapter three presents possible scenarios for future mineral sector growth with economic implications, and further discusses industry linkages. Chapter's four to eleven include assessments of different mineral sector framework areas, and recommendations are provided in the end of each chapter. Chapter twelve presents' current infrastructure and development plans and finally, chapter thirteen presents a summary and prioritization of recommendations.

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