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“It is literally true,

that you can succeed best and quickest

by helping others to succeed.”  

– Napoleon Hill

#MoneyWithoutBorders Non-Profit

Since the inception of Money Without Borders,

our mission and vision have been crystal-clear and simple;

Make this world a better place.

We are a non-profit, non-political organization focused on empowering the underdeveloped and undeveloped world.

To us, this world is one big global family, poverty anywhere is poverty everywhere.

The Mission

Our mission is to empower local changemakers to break the cycle of poverty in their communities.

We always promise to be transparent, support effective work, measure what we do, and add value to the money you give!

Mining

Precious metals add beauty and sparkle to the world. We use them to accentuate our best features and bring out what we love. However, the industry has a dark side.

In many parts of the world, miners lack the resources to purchase quality equipment. They rely on manual labor, often from communities that live around the mines. In their quest to keep costs low, they employ unskilled laborers and even children. These people have to operate in dangerous conditions with little compensation. The children, who are the most vulnerable of the group, have to forego education to help their parents make ends meet.

This kind of mining is known as artisanal mining, derived from the word artisan meaning someone who makes things by hand. Unfortunately, the nature of the operation makes it difficult to access capital funding, which keeps the community trapped in an unsafe cycle of poverty.

We use some of the proceeds from MBMX to elevate these operations, demonstrating what we mean by The People’s Money. We also provide funding options for mining businesses, encouraging them to upgrade their equipment and stop using child labor. We also work with communities around the mines we work with to build educational facilities for their children. Again, we want The People’s Money to work for the people.

WHAT IS ARTISANAL MINING?

Artisanal Mining is characterized by manual labor or minimal-to-no mechanization; minimal-to-no geological knowledge; minimal-to-no start-up capital; is usually unfavorable or ‘unbankable’ due to lack of adequate specific policy and regulatory frameworks; unsafe and usually unhealthy or squalid working conditions; marginalized and usually struggling with conflicting landowners and local communities.

WHAT IS SMALL SCALE MINING

Small Scale Mining is usually formal (with mining title); semi-mechanized; has access to some structured, quantifiable though at times still limited geological knowledge; low to medium start-up capital; regulated by the Mining Code; usually required to produce an environmental impact assessment study; while in some countries it is hijacked by “investors” who then produce beyond the allowed output levels.

The Stories of the Less Fortunate

GHANA STORY

Ghana Mining Summary

Ghana, located in the western part of Africa, was known as the Gold Coast. Gold has been in use in Ghana for centuries. The Akan people used Gold to adorn their chiefs, demonstrating wealth and leadership with a wide array of cultural jewelry. Because of their history, more small-scale miners employ machinery in their operations. However, as the largest Gold producer on the continent, there is still room for improvement.

In Ghana, the rapid growth in artisanal and small-scale gold mining sector can be attributed to the acute lack of jobs and accompanying poverty nationwide. Mineral extraction is driven mostly by large scale mining operations. However, production of gold by small-scale miners has seen a considerable increase since a law to legalize small-scale mining.

Ghana’s small-scale mining has access to some structured, quantifiable though at times still limited geological knowledge, low start-up capital, and regulated by the Mining Code that usually requires an environmental impact assessment study which is straight forward to obtain.

The Mining industry of Ghana accounts for 5% of the country’s GDP and minerals make up 37% of total exports, of which gold contributes over 90% of the total mineral exports. Ghana is Africa’s largest gold producer. ASM is a significant sub sector providing livelihood for millions; • ASM has contributed significantly to poverty reduction and stimulate economic growth in the local communities.

Government Combat Challenges

ASM sites, guide miners on how to comply with law and assist the ASM miners with conflict resolution. Within the same ASM framework of 2015, the government will develop measures to encourage the use of appropriate, affordable, and safe technology. Ghana is more advanced in the mining industry compared to Mozambique, and they have implemented various laws and regulations to control small scale-mining. To mitigate the negative impacts of small-scale mining, the government is raising awareness of health, safety, and environmental risks, and will periodically revise. Also, to manage land use conflicts in the context of small-scale mining, the Minerals Commission will develop standardized procedures, including adequate advance notice, and community representation in deliberations leading to the designation of areas.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Ghana Mines and Minerals Act (Act 703), 2006

Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Framework, 2015

Minerals and Mining Policy of Ghana, 2016

ASM ASSOCIATIONS OR COOPERATIVES

  1. GNASSM: Ghana National Association of Small-Scale Miners
  2. Women in Mining in Ghana

III. ASMAN: Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Africa-Network

  1. Tarkwa Small Scale Mining Association

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: NA(subsumed under SSM)

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold

Base Metals Bauxite, Manganese

Precious Stones Diamonds

Development Minerals Granite aggregates, Salt.

CHALLENGES FOR Gold MINERS IN GHANA

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

MOZAMBIQUE STORY

Mozambique is a beautiful country located in the southern part of Africa. Mining in this country is mainly artisanal, ventured into by poor communities located around mineral deposits. Lack of proper machinery keeps production low and robs the community of benefiting from economies of scale. In addition, young children working in the mines are exposed to a wide array of health risks in addition to a lack of education.

The Government of Mozambique has instituted licensing requirements to curb child labor, but a lot more needs to be done. To change the industry, mining needs to move from manual to mechanized methods. This requires significant investment in potential miners. They also need education and industry associations to enhance accountability and growth in the industry.

Mozambique Mining Summary

We have selected a key case in Mozambique to highlight the struggles they face daily and the type of environment they work in. In Mozambique you will find artisanal mining that consists of women and children. This counts for one third of the workforce, they work their fingers to the bone, using handheld tools only.

Mozambique is well known for its mineral and metal resources, despite the country’s great natural resource wealth and strong economic growth, rural poverty remains high throughout the country. There is no large-scale gold mining in Mozambique, ASM operates throughout the country with one third of the labor force consisting of women and children.

Current legislation does not require the miners with mining license to belong to an association, but they cannot mine outside of designated areas. Children are actively involved in artisanal gold mining which accounts for around 90% of Mozambique’s gold.

Government Combat challenges

As a result, Mozambique’s government began drafting a list of occupations deemed hazardous for children, the end goal is to approve a plan to combat the worst instances of child labor exploitation. For Mozambique this implies striving for a mining sector that is safe, gender and ethnically inclusive, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Mozambique mining Code, 2014

MAIN ASM ASSOCIATIONS/COOPERATIVES

(TOTAL OF 53 REGISTERED AND ACTIVE ASSOCIATIONS)

  1. UNIMA: Union of Artisanal Miners of Manica
  2. AAMM Association of Artisanal Miners of Munhena

III.AMADBS: Artisanal Miners Association of the District of Bandire Sussundega

  1. AAMMM Association of Artisanal Miners of Mimosa in Manica District
  2. AMACOD Association in Macossa District
  3. AKBD Association Kumboedza in Barué District

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: YES

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold

Base Metals Iron ore, aluminum, lead, tantalite, beryllium

Precious Stones Gemstones (Rubies, Aquamarine, Emerald)

Development Minerals

 

CHALLENGES FOR MINERS

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

MADAGASGAR STORY

Madagascar Mining Summary

This group of islands off the coast of the African continent is known as a paradise. It is famous for unique flora, and fauna found nowhere else in the world.

Although Madagascar is known for gold and other precious stones, most of its trade happens on the black market. In addition, the country has been plagued by political crises that directly influence economic policies, including those that govern the mining industry.

Initially, Madagascar was not a mining-oriented country. Now the mining industry is gaining traction particularly through the production and export of a variety of chemical and metallurgical grade chromite ore and industrial mineral commodities.

Madagascar’s gold deposits are classified broadly into two categories, primary and secondary deposits ASM sites vary from mangrove/marine in the case of Antetezambato / Ambanja to terrestrial and from gold to different gemstones.

The rise in ASM coincided with a series of three major political crises, over the last two decades making any form of control or monitoring even more challenging. This resulted in the majority of gems exported and traded from Madagascar; virtually all the country’s worth of gemstones are exported illegally.

Government Combat Challenges

There are no ASM associations or cooperatives in Madagascar, so miners are not aware of the guidelines and how to comply with the law and regulations. There are many illegal activities in Madagascar, most of which are not controlled or monitored and contribute to all the country’s gemstones being exported illegally. One main project to combat the illegal exportation, is the Madagascar colored gemstones project that aims to legalize the gem trade and create conditions that will end smuggling and other illegal activity, they will introduce a 2% royalty’s tax. Since beneficiation will be included in the project, the 2% tax can be removed if the stones are polished in the country.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Mining code 2005, (Revised in 2015)

ASM ASSOCIATIONS OR COOPERATIVES

NONE

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: YES

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold, Titanium

Base Metals Nickel, Chromium, Copper

Precious Stones Cobalt, Ilmenite, Rutile, Mica, Quartz, Salt, Graphite, Zirconium, Uranium

Development Minerals Gemstones Rare Earths, Marble

CHALLENGES FOR MINERS IN Madagascar

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

the stories of the less fortunate

Precious metals add beauty and sparkle to the world. We use them to accentuate our best features and bring out what we love. However, the industry has a dark side.

In many parts of the world, miners lack the resources to purchase quality equipment. They rely on manual labor, often from communities that live around the mines. In their quest to keep costs low, they employ unskilled laborers and even children. These people have to operate in dangerous conditions with little compensation. The children, who are the most vulnerable of the group, have to forego education to help their parents make ends meet.

This kind of mining is known as artisanal mining, derived from the word artisan meaning someone who makes things by hand. Unfortunately, the nature of the operation makes it difficult to access capital funding, which keeps the community trapped in an unsafe cycle of poverty.

We use some of the proceeds from MBMX to elevate these operations, demonstrating what we mean by The People’s Money. We also provide funding options for mining businesses, encouraging them to upgrade their equipment and stop using child labor. We also work with communities around the mines we work with to build educational facilities for their children. Again, we want The People’s Money to work for the people.

WHAT IS ARTISANAL MINING?

Artisanal Mining is characterized by manual labor or minimal-to-no mechanization; minimal-to-no geological knowledge; minimal-to-no start-up capital; is usually unfavorable or ‘unbankable’ due to lack of adequate specific policy and regulatory frameworks; unsafe and usually unhealthy or squalid working conditions; marginalized and usually struggling with conflicting landowners and local communities.

 

WHAT IS SMALL SCALE MINING

Small Scale Mining is usually formal (with mining title); semi-mechanized; has access to some structured, quantifiable though at times still limited geological knowledge; low to medium start-up capital; regulated by the Mining Code; usually required to produce an environmental impact assessment study; while in some countries it is hijacked by “investors” who then produce beyond the allowed output levels.

MOZAMBIQUE STORY

Mozambique is a beautiful country located in the southern part of Africa. Mining in this country is mainly artisanal, ventured into by poor communities located around mineral deposits. Lack of proper machinery keeps production low and robs the community of benefiting from economies of scale. In addition, young children working in the mines are exposed to a wide array of health risks in addition to a lack of education.

The Government of Mozambique has instituted licensing requirements to curb child labor, but a lot more needs to be done. To change the industry, mining needs to move from manual to mechanized methods. This requires significant investment in potential miners. They also need education and industry associations to enhance accountability and growth in the industry.

Mozambique Mining Summary

We have selected a key case in Mozambique to highlight the struggles they face daily and the type of environment they work in. In Mozambique you will find artisanal mining that consists of women and children. This counts for one third of the workforce, they work their fingers to the bone, using handheld tools only.

Mozambique is well known for its mineral and metal resources, despite the country’s great natural resource wealth and strong economic growth, rural poverty remains high throughout the country. There is no large-scale gold mining in Mozambique, ASM operates throughout the country with one third of the labor force consisting of women and children.

Current legislation does not require the miners with mining license to belong to an association, but they cannot mine outside of designated areas. Children are actively involved in artisanal gold mining which accounts for around 90% of Mozambique’s gold.

Government Combat challenges

As a result, Mozambique’s government began drafting a list of occupations deemed hazardous for children, the end goal is to approve a plan to combat the worst instances of child labor exploitation. For Mozambique this implies striving for a mining sector that is safe, gender and ethnically inclusive, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Mozambique mining Code, 2014

MAIN ASM ASSOCIATIONS/COOPERATIVES

(TOTAL OF 53 REGISTERED AND ACTIVE ASSOCIATIONS)

  1. UNIMA: Union of Artisanal Miners of Manica
  2. AAMM Association of Artisanal Miners of Munhena

III.AMADBS: Artisanal Miners Association of the District of Bandire Sussundega

  1. AAMMM Association of Artisanal Miners of Mimosa in Manica District
  2. AMACOD Association in Macossa District
  3. AKBD Association Kumboedza in Barué District

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: YES

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold

Base Metals Iron ore, aluminum, lead, tantalite, beryllium

Precious Stones Gemstones (Rubies, Aquamarine, Emerald)

Development Minerals

 

CHALLENGES FOR MINERS

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

GHANA STORY

Ghana Mining Summary

Ghana, located in the western part of Africa, was known as the Gold Coast. Gold has been in use in Ghana for centuries. The Akan people used Gold to adorn their chiefs, demonstrating wealth and leadership with a wide array of cultural jewelry. Because of their history, more small-scale miners employ machinery in their operations. However, as the largest Gold producer on the continent, there is still room for improvement.

In Ghana, the rapid growth in artisanal and small-scale gold mining sector can be attributed to the acute lack of jobs and accompanying poverty nationwide. Mineral extraction is driven mostly by large scale mining operations. However, production of gold by small-scale miners has seen a considerable increase since a law to legalize small-scale mining.

Ghana’s small-scale mining has access to some structured, quantifiable though at times still limited geological knowledge, low start-up capital, and regulated by the Mining Code that usually requires an environmental impact assessment study which is straight forward to obtain.

The Mining industry of Ghana accounts for 5% of the country’s GDP and minerals make up 37% of total exports, of which gold contributes over 90% of the total mineral exports. Ghana is Africa’s largest gold producer. ASM is a significant sub sector providing livelihood for millions; • ASM has contributed significantly to poverty reduction and stimulate economic growth in the local communities.

Government Combat Challenges

ASM sites, guide miners on how to comply with law and assist the ASM miners with conflict resolution. Within the same ASM framework of 2015, the government will develop measures to encourage the use of appropriate, affordable, and safe technology. Ghana is more advanced in the mining industry compared to Mozambique, and they have implemented various laws and regulations to control small scale-mining. To mitigate the negative impacts of small-scale mining, the government is raising awareness of health, safety, and environmental risks, and will periodically revise. Also, to manage land use conflicts in the context of small-scale mining, the Minerals Commission will develop standardized procedures, including adequate advance notice, and community representation in deliberations leading to the designation of areas.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Ghana Mines and Minerals Act (Act 703), 2006

Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Framework, 2015

Minerals and Mining Policy of Ghana, 2016

ASM ASSOCIATIONS OR COOPERATIVES

  1. GNASSM: Ghana National Association of Small-Scale Miners
  2. Women in Mining in Ghana

III. ASMAN: Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Africa-Network

  1. Tarkwa Small Scale Mining Association

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: NA(subsumed under SSM)

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold

Base Metals Bauxite, Manganese

Precious Stones Diamonds

Development Minerals Granite aggregates, Salt.

CHALLENGES FOR Gold MINERS IN GHANA

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

MADAGASGAR STORY

Madagascar Mining Summary

This group of islands off the coast of the African continent is known as a paradise. It is famous for unique flora, and fauna found nowhere else in the world.

Although Madagascar is known for gold and other precious stones, most of its trade happens on the black market. In addition, the country has been plagued by political crises that directly influence economic policies, including those that govern the mining industry.

Initially, Madagascar was not a mining-oriented country. Now the mining industry is gaining traction particularly through the production and export of a variety of chemical and metallurgical grade chromite ore and industrial mineral commodities.

Madagascar’s gold deposits are classified broadly into two categories, primary and secondary deposits ASM sites vary from mangrove/marine in the case of Antetezambato / Ambanja to terrestrial and from gold to different gemstones.

The rise in ASM coincided with a series of three major political crises, over the last two decades making any form of control or monitoring even more challenging. This resulted in the majority of gems exported and traded from Madagascar; virtually all the country’s worth of gemstones are exported illegally.

Government Combat Challenges

There are no ASM associations or cooperatives in Madagascar, so miners are not aware of the guidelines and how to comply with the law and regulations. There are many illegal activities in Madagascar, most of which are not controlled or monitored and contribute to all the country’s gemstones being exported illegally. One main project to combat the illegal exportation, is the Madagascar colored gemstones project that aims to legalize the gem trade and create conditions that will end smuggling and other illegal activity, they will introduce a 2% royalty’s tax. Since beneficiation will be included in the project, the 2% tax can be removed if the stones are polished in the country.

POLICIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Mining code 2005, (Revised in 2015)

ASM ASSOCIATIONS OR COOPERATIVES

NONE

ASM LICENSING

Artisanal: YES

Small Scale Mining: YES

ASM MINERALS OR METALS EXPLOITED

Precious Metals Gold, Titanium

Base Metals Nickel, Chromium, Copper

Precious Stones Cobalt, Ilmenite, Rutile, Mica, Quartz, Salt, Graphite, Zirconium, Uranium

Development Minerals Gemstones Rare Earths, Marble

CHALLENGES FOR MINERS IN Madagascar

Informality, Poverty (drives non miners into ASM), Lack of reliable data on ASM, Funding, lack of equipment and machinery, Lack of access to appropriate land, Lack of economic alternatives. Lack of experience and knowledge. Extremely hard labor carried out by women and children.

SOLUTIONS FOR MINERS

Regional policy harmonization, Mining Development Funds, Intermediate Technology Development oriented to ASM. Purchase correct machinery, create access points, upgrade employee’s equipment, supply Safety equipment and introduce formal training courses. Employ and train strong men to replace the women and children. Offer children an education to give them a better future.

Making a Difference

Happy Miners

We go out of our way to ensure the miners in our ecosystem have good working conditions. 

Our ecosystem offers funding to mining communities to help improve their working standards and quality of life. 

Our mine selection and approval standards are rigorous to ensure miners are safe and healthy. In addition, we get into legal trading agreements with mining communities aimed at protecting their rights and dignity. 

We also invest in new equipment and upgrade existing equipment to the latest state-of-the-art assets. 

MBMX also audits all operational aspects to ensure all work processes comply with national standards and adhere to the highest international safety standards. 

MBMX MetalBacked.Money wants to extend a helping hand to pay back part of our success.

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help poor children education

Happy Children

No amount of wealth is worth robbing a child of their future.

By investing in MBMX, you will help put an end to child labor in mines worldwide. Child labor is exploitative, immoral, unethical, and driven by greed. Therefore, children do not work in mines associated with MBMX. 

We also work with communities, development agencies, and local governments to eradicate the economic issues that force children into mines searching for a livelihood. This includes building schools, implementing cash transfer programs, vocational training, and other development initiatives. 

Join us and help us give back – YOUR SUCCESS IS THEIR WELL-BEING!

Happy Miners

We go out of our way to ensure the miners in our ecosystem have good working conditions. 

Our ecosystem offers funding to mining communities to help improve their working standards and quality of life. 

Our mine selection and approval standards are rigorous to ensure miners are safe and healthy. In addition, we get into legal trading agreements with mining communities aimed at protecting their rights and dignity. 

We also invest in new equipment and upgrade existing equipment to the latest state-of-the-art assets. 

MBMX also audits all operational aspects to ensure all work processes comply with national standards and adhere to the highest international safety standards. 

MBMX MetalBacked.Money wants to extend a helping hand to pay back part of our success.

Happy Children

No amount of wealth is worth robbing a child of their future.

By investing in MBMX, you will help put an end to child labor in mines worldwide. Child labor is exploitative, immoral, unethical, and driven by greed. Therefore, children do not work in mines associated with MBMX. 

We also work with communities, development agencies, and local governments to eradicate the economic issues that force children into mines searching for a livelihood. This includes building schools, implementing cash transfer programs, vocational training, and other development initiatives. 

Join us and help us give back – YOUR SUCCESS IS THEIR WELL-BEING!

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