Blaze metals Resource policies and standards supports efforts and designs strategy guide for our performance and voluntary participation as a whole in organizations and initiatives such as Oheneba POKU Foundation that provide a framework for action actively involved in environment protection and supporting the youth.

Our social corporate Responsibilities and accountability are embedded in our Sustainability Excellence Management System, which provide a standardized, systematized approach for:

  • The management of materials, water, energy and waste and hazardous materials
  • Environmental monitoring and exploration, closure and reclamation planning among others also is training of the communities with key focus on the youth practicing artisan mining¬†¬† mitigate any negative environment impacts.
  • As a member of the Mining Association we are prioritizing innovative policies and activities to address climate change and promoting efficient and responsible energy use in our projects and operations.

Dr Kofi Boa, an agronomist and organic farming expert, and consultanting partner of the project and his team with Nana Adu Mensah Asare – Amakomhene, Chairman of the Project Implementation Committee, Nana Boakye – Oyokohene of Worawora and a Executive Director of Oheneba Poku Foundation – Fred Kyei Sapong #OhenebaPokuFoundation #OPF #WaterConservation #SDG #climatechange

The project implementation team of The Asantehene Land Restoration project in partnership with the Oheneba Poku Foundation has engaged all stakeholders comprising of the Forestry Commission, Ghana Tourism Authority, Ghana Water Resources Commission, the district assemblies of Bosomtwe and Bosome-Freho, CREMA and the villages in the Bosomtwe Biosphere Reserve.

The project seeks to plant 2.5 million trees, introduce Conservation Agriculture and tick all the boxes in the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals(SDG’s) by the year 2030

In our quest to restore the Lake Bosomtwe biosphere, we presented watering cans, boots and other resources to indigenes of Abease, Abono, Abrodwum and other 21 communities around the Lake to initiate the planting of #2.5millionTrees which forms part of The Asantehenes Land Restoration Programme, a Blaze Metals Resources Ltd CSR programs through its NGO Oheneba Poku Foundation.