Responsibility & Innovation

Corporate &Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to voluntary actions undertaken by mining companies to either improve the living conditions (economic, social, environmental) of local communities or to reduce the negative impacts of mining projects. By definition, voluntary actions are those that go beyond legal obligations, contracts, and licence agreements.

CSR programs usually invest in infrastructure (potable water, electricity, schools, roads, hospitals, hospital equipment, drainage repairs, etc.), building social capital (providing high-school and university education, providing information on HIV prevention, workshops on gender issues, information on family planning, improving hygiene, etc.), and building human capital (training local people to be employed by the mining enterprise or to provide outsourced services, promote and provide skills on microbusiness, aquaculture, crop cultivation, animal rearing, textile production, etc.).

ACM Activities

  • ACM as per the Local Mining Law is fully conscious of the positive and negative impacts of Mining.
  • ACM has completed and the Environmental Impact assessment study for the Permits.
  • ACM to start with is / will be focusing on the below important aspects for the CSR activities within their permits:
  1. Roads
  2. Medical Facilities
  3. Education
  4. Potable water
  5. Sanitation

Validation by government of environmental validation study prepared by Geo Guide for ACM.

Distribution of ACM staff as per first semester 2018

Anti Poaching awareness Board at Mboumi East sites

CAT certified Training programme for heavy equipment

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