For decades ASM has maintained generational poverty associated with financial crime and “cash-rich” informal work, without ever realizing the potential economic benefits of rural poverty reduction. As a result, the impacts on the human condition and the environment have reached unprecedented levels, while the global value chain has produced invaluable wealth due to the lack of formalization and transparency. It's in this acknowledgment of failure that our organization works to assist governments, companies and independent organizations in the development, implementation and monitoring of holistic policies and practices for the formalization of ASM to achieve the 2030 SDG"s.
Empower artisanal miners to lift themselves out of poverty by implementing mining education programs, Fair trade of resources and measuring the impacts of businesses at mining sites and on their lifestyle
Vision and Mission
The future of artisanal and industrial mining must reinvent itself. Reinventing means acknowledging that our current economic model is not delivering results that can reverse poverty and address inequality in extractive mining
We use these binding and voluntary repositories to measure the impact on the grounds of companies and other mining organizations. The fight against poverty, inequalities, food insecurity, climate, human rights, women rights, children rights, indigenous people’s rights, elderly rights, gender phenomenon, minerals smuggling, conflict, and insecurity at mining sites are our assessment priorities.
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