• The Executive Secretary, Amb. João Samuel Caholo with EJVM Officers during the handing over ceremony between the outgoing and incoming Commander.January 2021 Goma-DRC.

    The Executive Secretary, Amb. João Samuel Caholo with EJVM Officers during the handing over ceremony between the outgoing and incoming Commander.January 2021 Goma-DRC.

  • The Executive Secretary with the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Sudan

    National Coordinators' workshop to finalize the Strategic Plan for ICGLR, Bujumbura-Burundi-Club du Lac, 11-13 May 2022

  • Gender mainstreaming training workshop-Bujumbura, Burundi-Royal Palace Hotel, 09-10 May 2022

    Gender mainstreaming training workshop-Bujumbura, Burundi-Royal Palace Hotel, 09-10 May 2022

  • ICGLR Mini-Summit on Political and Security Situation in the Central African Republic. Luanda 20 April 2021

    ICGLR Heads of State Mini-Summit on Political and Security situation in the Central African Republic on the invitation of H.E João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, President of the Republic of Angola and the ICGLR Chair. Luanda-Angola, 20 April 2021

1.     Introduction

As defined in the ICGLR Audit Methodology Manual, the Independent ICGLR Third Party Audit (TPA) assures independent verification that Exporter’s mineral chain from mine site to export are in conformance with the Regional Certification Mechanism (RCM) requirements and standards. The objective of the ICGLR RCM is to provide for mineral supply chains that have not directly or indirectly provided support to non-state armed groups and or public or private security forces engaged in illegal activity and/or serious human rights abuse in and between Member States of the ICGLR with a view to eliminating support to armed groups that sustain or prolong conflict, and/or otherwise engage in serious human rights abuses.

Based on the ICGLR Third Party Audit Methodology, this audit aims to assess the level of compliance of Alphamin Bisie Mining with the ICGLR Regional Certification Mechanism requirements and standards.

More specifically, the audit is expected to provide insight in order to ensure that the different requirements of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance and ICGLR certification process are integrated into the company management procedures to constitute useful tools that would help strengthening the operations in a responsible and sustainable way considering the different risks and ...(click here for more details