Women in Geosciences

10th International Conference of the African Association of Women in Geosciences “EARTH SCIENCES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA” – Luanda / Angola, 27 – 31 July 2020. Organised by AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN GEOSCIENCES (AAWG), ANGOLAN ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN GEOCIENTISTS (AAMG) and in partnership with THE GOVERNMENT OF ANGOLA – More information

3rd edition of the KENYA MINING FORUM

The 3rd edition of the KENYA MINING FORUM Conference & Exhibition, 12-13 November in Nairobi, at the Safari Park Hotel.

The 3rd edition of the KENYA MINING FORUM Conference & Exhibition organised in partnership with the KENYA CHAMBER OF MINES – KCM, with mining companies BASE TITANIUM and ACACIA MINING among the lead sponsors. KENYA MINING FORUM is the premier strategic business and investment platform focusing on Kenya’s MINING, QUARRYING, INFRASTRUCTURE and GEMSTONES sectors.

 The 2017 edition of KENYA MINING FORUM has gathered participants from 18 countries and the leading mining companies and projects developers in Kenya such as BASE TITANIUM – KWALE MINE, ACACIA MINING, KILIMAPESA GOLD – GOLDPLAT PLC, TATA CHEMICALS MAGADI, TURKANA GOLD MINES – TAM MINING, MAYFOX MINING, KAREBE GOLD MINES, RIO TINTO, MIMO GEMS, PORINI GEMS, and many others as well as Geologists, Government representatives and both local and international equipment and solutions providers.

 This year again KENYA MINING FORUM will bring together the key industry stakeholders to enhance business, investment and operations in Kenya, offering a premium access to the current and upcoming opportunities in the region.

KENYA MINING FORUM would be the right platform for you to discuss your projects in Kenya, to get the latest insight about the development of the industry and to engage directly with a highly targeted audience.

By attending the event as a Delegate, you will have a full access to the followings:

–          High-level and strategic Conference

–          Indoor Exhibition and product display

–          Online B2B Matchmaking Platform to plan some of your key meeting prior to the event

–          Outdoor equipment display area

–          Technical workshops

–          Networking functions, including lunches, coffee breaks and cocktail functions

 

More information

  • The 28th Colloquium of African Geology will be postponed to October 2021.
  • This comes in the wake of the many global uncertainties caused by the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
  • Update information and deadlines are on the conference website: http://www.fsdmfes.ac.ma/CAG28/