Adavale Resources Limited

Adavale Resources Limited (ADD) holds 100% of the Kabanga Jirani Nickel Project (“the Project”) consisting of 8 granted licences plus
2 x “Luhuma” Farm-in licences contiguous to Adavale’s Kabanga North East adding a further 99km2 , totalling 1,267km2. These licences are adjacent and along strike from the world’s largest undeveloped nickel sulphide resource, namely The Kabanga Deposit which contains a measured, indicated and inferred resource of 58Mt @ 2.62% Ni (Barrick and Glencore, 2014).

The ADD licences are located in the Mesoproterozoic Karagwe-Angkole belt along a trend of mafic/ultramafic intrusions known as the Kibaran Kabanga-Musongati alignment and contain Nickel Sulphide ores and PGE concentrations.

Projects

Exposure to both Nickel and Uranium: Electrification and Decarbonisation

Kabanga Jirani & Luhuma Nickel Portfolio

Lake Surprise Uranium Portfolio

Recent media clips

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Paydirt TV Interview

"We're poised to have a significant rerate" | Paydirt TV with Adavale Resources (ASX: ADD)

Paydirt Africa Down Under Conference – September 2022

Samso Interview

Adavale Resources Limited (ASX: ADD) - Dominant Position in The East African Nickel Belt

Awards & Community Initiatives

Africa Awards 2022 Nominees – Vaka Health Foundation

The VAKA Health Foundation in partnership with Adavale was the award winner at Africa Down Under 2022 for Best Workforce and Industry Development Initiative!

Adavale has sponsored the nurses at Ngara District Hospital via a training program of up skilling and professional development.

Bridge2Aid Australia – Founding Platinum Sponsor

Adavale is a Platinum Sponsor of Bridge2Aid Australia’s Infant Oral Mutilation Prevention Training Program in Kagera Region

Bride2Aid Australia is providing training that will stop a practice called Infant Oral Mutilation in rural Tanzania. The program was developed with a local dentist in northern Tanzania to address this very damaging practice that is carried out across much of East Africa.

The work is focused in deprived areas – especially remote and rural ones with current work in Kagera region, where Adavale is exploring.

The Golden Pride Children’s Choir

Founded by Adavale Chairman, Grant Pierce, The Golden Pride Choir is a group of 42 children from a remote village in Tanzania, East Africa. Their voices have taken them to international acclaim at major music festivals.

Funds raised on their tours went towards building a much-needed secondary school in their village. Construction started in April 2006 and was completed the same year.

There are now over 300 students who otherwise would not have received an education attending the school.