The Chaarat Gold Project is currently confined to approximately ten kilometres along strike at the centre of the Sandalash licence area, which consists of three identified prospects; Chaarat, Kashkasu and Minteke.. Access to the northern part of the Project is restricted by the mountainous terrain.
Exploration to date however has focused mainly within an area of the southernmost six kilometres of the 12 km strike of the Chaarat target. In this area the mineralisation is hosted in zones of up to 25 metres wide. Minimal work has been carried out in Minteke and Kashkasu.
The Chaarat target consists of three parallel mineralised zones; the Contact Zone, the Main Zone and the Tulkubash Zone.
Underground development via an adit, drifts and drill chambers in the Contact Zone has enabled the resource to be drill tested to a depth of 520 metres down dip with positive results. Other work includes surface and underground drilling in a small section of about 1 km of the Contact Zone, surface drilling in a few areas of the Main Zone and drilling and trenching in the Tulkubash Zone.