The Bondoukou Project is the flagship project for the company, located in the northeast of Cote d’Ivoire and is accessed via sealed roads from Abidjan to the city of Bondoukou. The project consists of three granted permits covering 1191.5 square kilometres along with three applications covering 1182.9 square kilometres.
The Bondoukou project lies at the southern extents and confluence of the Boromo greenstone belt from Burkina Faso and the Bolgatanga and Wa Lawra belts from Ghana. To the south of the project area is the western extension of the Bui belt from Ghana. The Bui Belt is noted for the occurrence of Tarkwaian sediments which host the Damang and Tarkwa deposits. These greenstone belts have proven gold mineralisation; the Boromo Belt in Burkina Faso hosts the Centamin Konkera resource (3.3 Moz a 1.7 g/t) and the Cluff Resources Poura mine (c. 1.5 Moz of historic production at 13.5 g/t Au). The Wa Lawra Belt hosts Azumah Resources Kunche and Bepkong deposits (1 Moz at 1.5 g/t Au), while the Bolgatanga Belt hosts the Youga and Namdini deposits held by MNG Gold and Castle Resources.