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Although investments in extractive industries have contributed to high economic growth rates in the past several years, this growth has not translated into significant reductions in poverty or improvements in health and employment for the general…
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From Australia to Mozambique, Indian mining firms are taking the lead on lucrative, globally important projects. But some of these opportunities come with serious human rights risks that could threaten both the reputation and financial health of Indian…
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(Maputo) – Many of the 1,429 households resettled to make way for Vale and Rio Tinto’s international coal mining operations in Tete province, Mozambique have faced serious disruptions in their access to food, water, and work, Human Rights Watch said in a…
Report

 
 
 “What

 is a House without Food?”
 Mozambique’s

 Coal Mining Boom and Resettlements
 Map 1: Tete Province, Mozambique
 Map 2: Sites of Original and

 Resettled Villages in Tete…