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HakiMadini Tanzania

HakiMadini is rights based not for profit organization with a mission to advance the rights of marginalized Tanzanians through research, education and development projects

HakiMadini essentially started as a reaction to the human rights abuses that were occurring during late 1990s in mining communities.

Our Core Values
  • Integrity
  • Team work & Volunteerism
  • Transparency & Accountability
  • Networking & Collaboration

HakiMadini Projects

OHS Training

Rubble collection and processing is entirely manual with all work done by hand, including collection, carrying from the ruble heap, rock breaking, crushing, grinding, panning, sluicing, amalgamating (mercury) s open burning (separation of gold from mercury)

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BITs and their impacts to Tanzania and EAC Members

The project enhance knowledge of Bilateral Investment Treaties and theirimplications to CSOs, Trade Union, Academics and media. After the knowledge enhanced then stakeholders will be able to engage

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Popularizing African Mining Vision (AMV)

The African Mining Vision (AMV) was formally established in 2009 by the African Union (AU), to promote equitable, broad-based development through the prudent utilization of the continent’s natural wealth.

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Women’s land tenure security project (Wolts)

the project is investigating the intersection of gender and land relations in different mining affected pastoralist context

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TB in the Mines in Southern Africa

TB in the Mines in Southern Africa (TIMS) is a regional project implemented in a number of countries in Southern Africa with the broader objective to contribute to the reduction of TB

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Human Rights and Civic Space Project

Civic space contribute to the alignment between the development interests of citizens and their political and economic priorities through democratic channels

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HakiMadini Portfolio

Recent Activity

Our Method: Policy reform, research, education and development projects, and direct engagement with policy makers, artisanal and small-scale miners, and mining affected communities.