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As from 1925, Union Minière changed its workforce policy. In collaboration with the missions, the creation of whole families was stimulated, in order to improve the morale in the labour camps and to ensure a definitive settlement of the workforce nearby the company. In order to also tackle child mortality, the education of woman was promoted. In 1931, the number of married workers consequently had risen to 43,3%. In 1924 this number was only 14,8%. Report of doctor Mottoulle about the indigenous population employed by UMHK , 1931.
NAB, Archives Pierre Ryckmans, no. 33/9.