Research undertaken by the World Bank and others suggest that developing countries' high dependence on natural resources is correlated with an increased incidence of conflicts. Studies have however shown that Public-Private-Partnerships have the potential to effectively manage conflicts through extractive companies' engagement with civil society and public sector actors. This book which reviews Newmont Ahafo Mine's Grievance Management System analyses the practical strategies employed by the mining company to engage with the major stakeholders of the community to reduce conflicts and promote community development in the area. It also assesses the effectiveness, sustainability as well as relevance of such strategies to the affected communities to determine their immediate impact and challenges. This book therefore provides useful insights into how the PPP approach works and lessons learnt would be particularly useful to other extractive industries, local governments, individuals, NGOs, and advocacy groups associated with mining activities and desirous of ensuring sustainable conflict management in resource endowed areas.