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Capacity Building and Training

The IGF Secretariat provides capacity-building training and workshops to member countries upon request.

We tailor our programs to the specific needs of member governments and are prepared to provide training on all aspects of mining policy.

We seek out local and regional experts to engage in the training sessions, which further helps to build regional capacity and ensures that the program reflects local perspectives and realities. We have also developed training partnerships in order to maximize the impact of our capacity-building resources.

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There are currently no capacity building and training workshops scheduled. Please stay tuned.

Previous Workshops


Valuing Mineral Exports in Mongolia

We held a workshop in Mongolia from February 27 to March 1, 2019, for 32 participants on valuing mineral exports.
Date of workshop:February 27th, 2019 to March 1st, 2019

Working with Jamaica’s Mining Sector for Sustainable Development

IGF conducted a Mining Policy Framework (MPF) implementation readiness assessment January 28 to February 1 in Jamaica.
Date of workshop:January 28th, 2019 to February 1st, 2019

Transfer Pricing and Mining: Risk assessment training in Zambia

IGF held a workshop for government officials December 5 to 7, 2018, on transfer pricing risk assessment in mining.
Date of workshop:December 5th, 2018 to December 7th, 2018

Transfer Pricing Risk Assessment in Mining Workshop

We hosted a three-day training workshop on transfer pricing risk assessment in mining for the Government of Tanzania.
Date of workshop:August 27th, 2018 to August 29th, 2018

Managing ASM: Regional workshop for Latin America

The IGF hosted a workshop on ASM for 27 participants in June 2018 in the Dominican Republic.
Date of workshop:June 24th, 2018 to June 29th, 2018