Useful Links

  • Base Resources is an ASX and AIM listed mining company that operates the Kwale Mine through its locally incorporated and wholly owned subsidiary, Base Titanium Limited.
  • The Ministry of Mining manages all matters relating to minerals in Kenya.
  • The National Environmental Management Authority (“NEMA”), a semi-autonomous agency in the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, is mandated to supervise and co-ordinate all matters relating to the environment and is the principal instrument of the Government of Kenya in the implementation of all polices relating to the environment.
  • The Water Resources Authority (“WRA”) is the lead agency in the management of water resources in Kenya.
  • Kenya Vision 2030 is the national long-term development blueprint that aims to transform Kenya into an industrialising, middle-income country by 2030.
  • On behalf of its members the Kenya Chamber of Mines (“KCM”) is the mineral industry representative and lobbying body and a driving force in the development of the industry.
  • The IFC Performance Standards are an international benchmark for identifying and managing social and environmental risks.
  • The Equator Principles are a credit risk management framework for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risks.
  • The International Labour Organization (“ILO”) is a United Nations agency responsible for drawing up and overseeing international labour standards.
  • The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights promote and protect human rights in relation to security in the extractive sector through a set of voluntary principles that guide safety and security of operations while ensuring respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
  • The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (“EITI”) is a coalition of governments, companies, civil society groups, investors and international organisations aiming to maintain a globally developed standard to promote revenue transparency related to extractive industries. Base Titanium is a corporate signatory and actively encourages participation by the Government of Kenya.
  • The Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group (“AAMEG”) is an industry organisation, of which Base Resources is a member, that represents Australian mining, exploration and service companies operating in Africa.
  • The Extractives Baraza is a multi-sector public platform that addresses concerns around the extractives industry in Kenya and the broader African region.
  • The International Council on Mining and Minerals (“ICMM”) is an international organisation dedicated to a safe, fair and sustainable mining industry.