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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


Mine Closure Workshop on Legal Frameworks

The IGF participated in a workshop in Laos from May 8 to 10, 2018, to assist with capacity building in mine closure.
Date of workshop:May 8th, 2018 to May 10th, 2018

Environmental Management of Mines Workshop in Tanzania with PanAfGeo

The IGF partnered with PanAfGeo to deliver a training workshop on environmental management of mines in Tanzania.
Date of workshop:April 17th, 2018 to April 27th, 2018

Regional Training for Francophone Africa on IGF Guidance for Managing ASM

IGF hosted an ASM workshop for government representatives in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Date of workshop:February 26th, 2018 to March 1st, 2018

UEMOA Workshop on Optimization of National Economies

IGF held a training workshop for 32 government officials from the UEMOA region on optimizing economies.
Date of workshop:September 18th, 2017 to September 22nd, 2017

Socio-Economic Benefit Optimization Regional Training Seminar for Senegal

The IGF organized the national launch of the evaluation report on the Senegalese Mining Policy Framework (MPF) in Dakar.
Date of workshop:July 12th, 2017