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|GIRAF 2013 - The 3rd Geoscience InfoRmation in AFrica Workshop|
From 23rd - 27th September 2013 the 3rd GIRAF Workshop will take place in Accra (Ghana). The event will be organized by the CGI together with AusAID's International Mining for Development Centre (IM4DC), the UNESCO and BGR. The workshop will take place to coincide with the centennial celebrations of the Geological Survey of Ghana who have kindly offered to host the meeting. The main subject will be „Geoscience Information and Sustainable Mining“.
Register your participation now: GIRAF 2013 REGISTRATION FORM
Kristine Asch, BGR, Germany & Robin Evans, IM4DC, Australia (organizers)
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The Aims of GIRAF are:
|Interview with Prof. Aberra Mogessie, President of the GSAf, Member of the GIRAF Steering Committee:|
Professor Aberra Mogessie, President of the GSAf, calls for sustainable management of the continent’s resources, further focus on Africa’s young people and emphasises the need for developed countries to view Africa as a partner to work with rather than a continent in need of help. in International Innovation, Research Media
|New GIRAF Media:|
Issue 2 - May 2013
|International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium|
21st – 26th July 2013
|GIRAF 2013 Workshop|
23rd - 27th September 2013