Adopted by the Board
May 9, 2016
Anfield Gold Corp. will construct and operate the Coringa Gold Project in a manner that creates shared value with the communities in the region that host the resources that will be mined. We understand that construction and operation of a successful mine requires the development of mutual respect, trust, and a tradition of teamwork with community residents. We will therefore:
- Respect local cultural values and human rights by establishing ethical, transparent, and accountable business practices;
- Work with affected regional communities to reduce poverty and improve residents’ lives through initiatives that prioritize health, education, agricultural assistance, and small business development;
- Value local knowledge and incorporate consideration of this human potential and the needs of our host communities into our hiring, training, contracting, and supply chain management practices;
- Conduct our construction and operations activities in a manner that creates minimal disturbance to the environment and to the social fabric of our host communities; and,
- Engage our host communities and other stakeholders in the development of construction- and operational-phase transportation and emergency preparedness and response plans, based on a fundamental commitment to mutual respect and meaningful participation.
We will achieve these objectives by following clearly established practices and procedures that comply with Brazilian laws and regulations as well as international lender standards and the best practices of the international gold mining industry.