IANRA Launches Model Mining Law

launchThe Model was launched amidst pomp and fanfare with entertainment from various community groups including Masai men, women and children performing different acts.Over 300 delegates representing communities, traditional leaders, local authorities, government, civil society, policy makers, regional bodies and media gathered in Naivasha to witness the launch on 27th April 2016




Pan-African Parliament Collaboration

African Commission on Human Rights Advocacy

Pan African Advocacy Project on Extractives



The International Alliance on Natural Resources in Africa is a continental network of 51 non-governmental and community-based organisations, as well as national networks in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, as well as the Netherlands. IANRA combines community organising, research, and evidence-based advocacy to collectively strive for more just and sustainable use of natural resources that can lead to more inclusive development in Africa.


For information on all the countries that IANRA works with, as well as neighbouring countries, The Economist provides updated data and news.