gold extracted at rupa is bought on-site by dealers from other regions of uganda and neighbouring kenya. it is then transferred to either uganda’s capital, kampala, or nairobi, the kenyan capital, for resale. in early april 2011, the local price paid for 0.1 grams of gold was around 7000 ugandan shillings, equivalent to around 2.5 us dollars.
kenya's chief exports are horticultural products and tea. in 2005, the combined value of these commodities was us$1,150 million, about 10 times the value of kenya's third most valuable export, coffee. kenya's other significant exports are petroleum products, sold to near neighbours, fish, cement, pyrethrum, and sisal.
the rupa gold mine of karamoja, uganda is an artisanal informal mine located approximately 10 km north of moroto town in uganda’s karamoja region. after years of instability caused by inter-clan cattle raiding and a decade-long military disarmament campn in karamoja, many people in the region have been finding alternatives to their traditional semi-nomadic pastoralist lifestyles.
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investment in mining: kenya is richly endowed with a variety of mineral resources. kenya has four belts of minerals - the gold green stone belt in western kenya, which extends to tanzania; the mozambique belt passing through central kenya, the source of kenya’s unique gemstones; the rift belt,.
the central african republic 's mineral resource endowment includes copper, diamond, gold, graphite, ilmenite, iron ore, kaolin, kyanite, lignite, limestone, manganese, monazite, quartz, rutile, salt, tin, and uranium. of these commodities, only diamond and gold were produced in 2006 - subsistence farming was the mainstay of the economy.