Rosebel facilitates agriculture awareness sessions Brokopondo

06 May 2022
Within the district of Brokopondo, agriculture is a known concept. The majority of the communities however only do gardening for their own consumption and not commercial agriculture. In the first quarter of this year, Rosebel Gold Mines facilitated some interactive sessions with members of our Communities of Interest (COIs) to raise awareness about the possibilities in the district for large-scale/industrial agriculture.
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Rosebel Brokopondo Scholarship Program delivers 6th graduate

28 April 2022
The Rosebel Brokopondo Scholarship Program aims to provide scholarships to the most successful students of the MULO and LBO schools in the district of Brokopondo. This program enables students to continue and successfully complete secondary school or higher education in Paramaribo. At the beginning of this year, the program delivered its 6th scholar, Eva Kadosoe.
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RCF launches building project Marshallkreek mourning house

12 April 2022
The Rosebel Community Fund (RCF) aims to contribute to the Surinamese society, but especially the communities around the Rosebel operations. The foundation tries to achieve this goal by, among other things, financing projects and activities that stimulate sustainable development. On April 7, 2022, we were able to celebrate together with the community of Marshallkreek, as they launched the building project of their new Kee Wosu (mourning house).
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Rosebel Community Fund supports eye care in Brokopondo

11 February 2022
The Rosebel Community Fund ("RCF"), in collaboration with Lions Club Paramaribo North and Optiek Ninon, recently donated eyeglasses to individuals from the Sarakreek and Brownsweg areas in the district of Brokopondo. From the Corporate Social Responsibility policy of Rosebel Gold Mines ("Rosebel"), attention is paid annually to various healthcare priority areas including eye care.
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Rosebel Community Fund contributes to priority projects PCS

08 February 2022
For 126 years, the Psychiatric Center Suriname ("PCS") has been the institution fully committed to psychiatric care and support in Suriname. Representatives of the Rosebel Community Fund ("RCF"), established by IAMGOLD/Rosebel Gold Mines NV ("Rosebel"), together with the management and staff of PCS, officially opened the newly renovated main entrance and security lodge of this institution in January 2022. At Rosebel, we are aware of the importance of adequate mental health care and have once again committed to contributing in 2020. This time by making available USD 50,000.00 for PCS's key priority projects.
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