NJ Community Training for Chiadzwa Community Development Trust


From 10 to 12 February 2014, Natural Justice conducted initial training on biocultural community protocols with Chiadzwa Community Development Trust and members of the Marange and Arda Transsau, impacted by diamond mining in the region. 
During the training workshops, Trust and Community members discussed their visions for the future, their needs for development and what they would like to address in the development of a community protocol, as a tool to address the concerns the community has with respect to past and impending relocation, impacts on culture, the environment and poverty and as a starting point for dialogue with external parties.

13 February 2014


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