People are central to our operations with the employment of people from within Ghana and our host communities a priority. Our recruitment policy promotes workforce localisation and is supported by skills development and talent management programmes.
Our community development programmes aim to promote resilient, self-sustaining communities that will be able to survive once mining has ended. These programmes are intended to be income generating and to foster sustainable livelihoods.
Responding to COVID-19
We continue to work with employees, communities and government to navigate the pandemic and keep everyone safe. Initiatives, aimed both at employees and surrounding communities, include awareness and personal hygiene campaigns.
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Iduapriem joins UMaT for its Innovation and Career Fair
Iduapriem Mine joined the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) on 28 – 29 July 2022 for the 6th Innovation and Career Fair on the theme: “Think Smart; Be Innovative 2022.” The fair formed part of activities to celebrate the university’s 70th Anniversary as an institution. PDF, 1.47 MB
Iduapriem Shines at 4th Africa Procurement & Supply Chain Awards
AngloGold Ashanti Iduapriem Mine picked the award for Excellence in Procurement & Supply Chain: Mining (Gold), Procurement & Supply Chain Team of the Year (Silver), and Procurement & Supply Chain Professional of the Year (Henry Opoku-Agyen) at the 4th Africa Procurement & Supply Chain Awards held on Friday, 24 June 2022 at the Movenpick Ambassador […] PDF, 687.79 KB
Iduapriem Employees Mark World Environment Day With Tree Planting Exercise
Employees of AngloGold Ashanti (AGA) Iduapriem Mine on Monday, 6 June 2022 embarked on a tree planting exercise and a litter clean-up campaign around the company’s operational area, ongoing project sites, and selected communities as part of activities to mark this year’s World Environment Day. PDF, 1.83 MB