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Base Titanium's response

Author: Base Titanium, Published on: 30 October 2017

“Response to Hakijamii’s draft report on Base Titanium’s impacts on the community”

Hakijamii has produced a…report on its socio-economic survey carried out in Kwale County. The survey sampled only 39 households restricted to Nguluku and Bwiti purported to represent the Base Titanium (“Base”) host communities.  As a majority stakeholder, the views of Base are barely represented and facts pertaining to its operations, community programmes, environmental management, employment practices and training are conspicuously absent.

This responding report, therefore, seeks to redress the balance by providing facts and Base’s perspectives in response to statements contained in the Hakijamii report that are either misguided or factually incorrect.

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This is a response from the following companies: Base Titanium (part of Base Resources)