Economic strengthening of all formal supply chain
Stakeholders ASM mineral commodities’ contributions to economic strengthening and improved livelihoods at local, regional and national levels are enhanced and more visible, involving all actors along the entire supply chain
The outputs of project component 2 (Economic strengthening of all formal supply chain stakeholders) are expected to contribute either directly or through intermediary outcomes to: “ASM mineral commodities’ contributions to economic strengthening and improved livelihoods at local, regional and national levels are enhanced and more visible, involving all actors along the entire supply chain.”
Supply chain formalisation:
There is a consensus among key stakeholders about the need for, and the shape of, a viable legal and fiscal framework for a formal ASM supply chain, and formal steps are taken to put it in place
The rights of miners and changers to access formal, responsible, and commercially viable supply chains and the duties of critical institutions are enshrined in an enabling legal and fiscal framework.
Supply chain resiliency:
Artisanal miners are integrated into formalised, responsible and commercially viable supply chains
Economic choice and freedom:
Different mining-related business models are made available for ASM NGOs
ASM organisations and supply chain operators of ASM commodities have the capacity to organise grow their businesses, strengthen their commercial viability and access free markets.
Rural economic strengthening:
ASM organisations and traders are strengthened to increase their contributions to rural livelihoods and economic diversification and resilience, and stakeholders are aware of these contributions and their impacts