In February 2008 Africo undertook an additional Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) in order to comply with the World Bank Performance Standards.
World AIDS Day 2008 came with a new vision of leadership. Africo Resources consulted with Dr Jimmy, the Zonal Medical Officer to get buy-in on the commemoration of the World AIDS Day celebrations.
School started in September with a great turnover of up to 226 students and with a step up to primary level 6 class. All students have now been registered and are eligible to sit for final national primary school examinations.
Africo has engaged ARDERI, a local NGO, to start a market gardening project. This includes training women and men on farming methods and how to manage their group co-operatives.
The Kisankala Women’s committee conducted their 2nd workshop over two days in early August. This was a follow up on their earlier workshop on vision and mission.
Africo Resources Ltd. announces, in accordance with Toronto Stock Exchange requirements, the voting results from its annual shareholder meeting held Tuesday, June 25, 2013, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Africo Resources Ltd. is pleased to report that further to its news release dated April 10, 2013, AMEC E&C Services Inc. has completed the NI 43-101 Technical Report on the resource assessment on the Kalukundi copper and cobalt project located in the DRC.
This report was prepared as National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report for Africo Resources Ltd. by AMEC E&C Services Inc.
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Africo Resources Ltd. is pleased to report the results of the resource assessment undertaken by AMEC E&C Services Inc.