(BBC) Life as an Unregistered Gold Miner
São José community, Pacu river (Tapajós tributary), Pará state - September 2013
In the remarkable gold rush that gripped Brazil's Tapajos river basin after gold was discovered in 1958, tens of thousands of individual miners, known as garimpeiros, moved into the area.
While only a few got rich, most made a much better living than they would have done in rubber-tapping, fishing or subsistence agriculture.
Although the pickings have become sparser in recent years, many men are still at work in the primitive, unregistered gold mines known as garimpos.
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I am Mr. Jean Louis, mentor for Start Your Own Gold Mine program and I am currently located near the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in district of Kisoro in Uganda. I am managing teams of people in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania on distance and exploration and gold mining face to face. We are also promoting our Tanzanite gemstone inventory.
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