Assessments and Reports
IGF member governments are committed to implementing their sustainable mining goals.
Numerous members have requested assistance from the IGF Secretariat in evaluating their policies through Mining Policy Framework (MPF) Assessments.
The IGF is working with a voluntary selection of its member states to help them operationalize practices consistent with the IGF’s Mining Policy Framework (MPF). The first assessments were carried out in 2014 in the Dominican Republic, Madagascar and Uganda. Based on the success of these initial evaluations, the IGF now conducts three or four assessments each year, in response to member requests.
The results of these assessments are published in order to help governments target their efforts in implementing the MPF, to inform capacity-building efforts and to allow for monitoring of progress over time.
Find out more about how the process works online. Please see below for reports on assessments conducted to date.
This report first presents Jamaica’s development, mining, and legal contexts. It then highlights the key strengths and gaps in Jamaica’s mining policies and laws across six thematic areas before making recommendations for further capacity building and reform.
This assessment report details gaps and opportunities related to post-mining transition and environmental management linked to Ecuador’s new large-scale mining sector, and recommendations for improved governance and capacity building.
Since independence, the mining sector has been the backbone of the Mauritanian economy. To support greater modernization of this vital economic sector and to design a more effective mining legal regime, the Mauritanian government underwent an MPF Assessment.
This report presents the mining policy framework assessment for Kyrgyzstan, with a view toward helping the government target its efforts in implementing the MPF, informing capacity-building efforts and allowing for monitoring of progress over time.
This assessment report first presents Namibia’s development, mining and legal contexts. It then highlights the key strengths and gaps in Namibia’s mining policies and laws, across all six of the MPF’s thematic areas, before making recommendations for further capacity building and reform.