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The move is designed to reflect its work on natural resource management in areas where security and human rights are at risk.
The Diamond Empowerment Fund has given $130,000 to the women’s and children’s rights organization founded by South Africa’s former first lady.
After calling off the search for four of the eight missing miners earlier this month, the Russian company has now stopped the rescue mission in its entirety.
Global Witness warns of widespread diamond smuggling in the Central African Republic, but the country’s government says its claims are false and “lack substance.”
A $10,000 grant from the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee will help the movie, “Forgotten Jewels, A Haven in Havana,” with post-production and distribution.
After soliciting donations during the Las Vegas GemFair, the organization will be able to give at least $20,000 to the community in Ratnapura.
Actor David Oyelowo and former First Lady of South Africa Graca Machel Mandela were among those recognized at this year’s event in Las Vegas.
The contest is open to both amateur and professional photographers who have shots of women working in any type of mining.
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