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 Holds Medical Outreach and Free NHIS Registration Exercise in Host Communities
As part of efforts to promote good health and wellbeing for all at all ages in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 3), Iduapriem Mine organized its quarterly community health outreach to provide quality healthcare for its host community residents on Wednesday, 12 October 2022. PDF, 715.56 KB