Environmental and Social Compliance
CNM has completed the original commitments outlined in the 2006 Resettlement Action Plan (RAP), which included physical relocation of households, construction of a new school and staff houses, and a medical clinic and staff houses.
This has included:
- The construction and resettlement of over 130 households
- The development and implementation of specific livelihood programmes
- The construction of a modern comprehensive school including science, design technology and IT laboratories. The school now has over 500 pupils.
- The construction of a large rural clinic comprising an 8 bed male ward, 8 bed female ward, 10 bed paediatric ward, 4 bed maternity ward and a multi purpose teaching and training centre for visiting disciplines such as dentists, opticians, community health and HIV/AIDS education