Mozambique: Mining Disrupts Livelihoods
Many of the 1,429 families resettled to make way for mining in Tete province, have had their access to food, water and work disrupted, a Human Rights Watch report shows.
A railway track used to transport Vale’s shipments of coal from their mine in Moatize to the port in Beira.
HRW, 23 May 2013
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… Read more »
- Human Rights Watch
- Publication Date:
- 22 May 2013
A new Human Rights Watch report says Mozambicans displaced by mining operations in Tete province have faced major disruptions in their access to food, ... see more »
Mozambique: Protestors Block Access to Vale Mine
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