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At KeNRA, we consolidate and coordinate community efforts in advocating for policies that promotes equitable access, control & sustainable use of Natural Resources in Kenya.

Become our member today so that together we promote inclusion of community-centred sustainable management of natural resources in Kenya.

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How it looks to live near mining sites – Kwale

Gemstones, titanium, silica sand, rare earth elements, lead, copper, zinc, barite, coal and limestone are among the gazetted minerals found in Msambweni, Matuga, Lunga Lunga and Kinango constituencies of Kwale County. Kwale is well endowed with minerals, that is not...