We work in collaboration with our communities in a culturally appropriate manner to create lasting positive impacts.

Community Programs


We understand that achieving our long-term goals is reliant on building beneficial relationships with the communities in which we operate and creating a balanced flow of mutual benefit.

Through these mutual benefits, we aim to maximise the positive outcomes of our operations for all our stakeholders.

Across our operations we have established local committees to encourage meaningful engagement between us, community members and different levels of government. Through engagement with these committees, community development priorities have been identified and are centered on four key pillars:

  • Livelihood Improvement
  • Community Infrastructure
  • Community Health
  • Education


Livelihood Improvement

We strive to ensure that the positive economic impact of our operations are felt far beyond our employees.

We support numerous agricultural based livelihood improvement programs, like the Kwale Cotton Project, that are intended to be the engine room for sustainable community development, outlasting the life of the mine.

WATCH: Livelihood Improvement

Community Health

We partner with communities, governments and NGO’s to improve access to health services.

This has included providing much needed health infrastructure such as dispensaries and regional clinics to nearby communities as well as training volunteers to provide basic healthcare education.



Providing secondary and tertiary scholarships to youth in need.

The scholarship program covers tuition fees and is designed to give opportunities to academically gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Beneficiaries are selected through a rigorous vetting process that assures transparency and equity.

Watch: Education programs

Community Infrastructure

Establishing infrastructure to improve standards of living.

We work with governments and communities to identify physical infrastructure that will improve living standards such as health facilities, boreholes to improve access to clean water, and the construction of new primary and secondary schools.