BurkinaFaso and Mozambique which serve to draw some lessons whi applied for future interventions in similar contexts. In particular are an diversity of policy objectives, and the need to embed policy developmen processes. The land question in postconflict situations is also treated in mor
Maps of other countries. Research of the economic geology, including evaluation of the exploration potential of selected areas (Zambia, Burkina Faso) Anthropogenic impacts on the environment (Burkina Faso, Zambia, Namibia). Thematical maps have been created to enable the environmental impact of ore mining to be assessed. These are now
in Burkina Faso. In contrast to existing typologies, the one presented here is based not on the subjects of metal and nonmetal raw materials (e.g. tin ore, wolframite, chromite, cobalt, manganese, min ing companies, and within the local communities between artisanal miners and other social groups. This paper is organised as follows. In
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cated in the northcentral region of Burkina Faso. It includes four municipalities, only one of which is urban. According to the statistical yearbook of the Ministry of Health in 2016, the total population of the district is estimated at 209,986 inhabitants, of which 19.22%