sharing in governance of extractive industries
The Sustainable Development of Mining in Rwanda (SDMR) programme is working alongside the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board to support the formalisation and professionalisation of the artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector.
But since the start of the programme in 2017, what lessons for policymakers, practitioners and the wider ASM community of practice have been learned? Find out in these four policy briefs published on the SDMR website:
This brief shares lessons for policymakers wishing to find ways to formalise and support artisanal and small -scale mining (ASM) through market systems development, as well as key considerations and recommendations when doing so.
Women are essential to ASM and their involvement brings many benefits to the sector and society. This brief provides recommendations for policymakers seeking to ensure the full, equal, and equitable participation of women in ASM.
This brief presents the findings from the Mining Regime Review, which identified the key the constraints and gaps present in the business enabling environment.
This brief outlines the importance and improvements that implementing electronic geo-data collection and management systems can bring to governing and formalising ASM) as well as key recommendations for policymakers when doing so.
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