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Visit of H.E. Dr. Fatima Haram Acyl the AU commissioner for Trade & Industry, H.E. Peter Lokeris, State Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy of Uganda, H.E. Minister of Mining of South Sudan, and Mr. Chanda, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Mineral Resources of Zambia.
AMGC Governing council’s 36th annual meeting in Addis Ababa
Training participants from Sudan for the Geo-database development
Training participants from Sudan for the course on Data Integration and Mineral Targeting
A meeting was held at the AMV Hall of AMGC on 14th December 2016 which was attended by a delegation from South Korea, AUC/AMDC representatives, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Mineral Development of Zambia and AMGC officials. The meeting discussed the Korean Government support to the AUC for the AMGI Pilot project in Zambia which was selected by the World Bank to benefit from this support.
Visit of H.E. Dr. Fatima Haram Acyl the AU commissioner for Trade & Industry, H.E. Peter Lokeris, State Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy of Uganda, H.E. Minister of Mining of South Sudan, and Mr. Chanda, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Mineral Resources of Zambia.
Training participants from Sudan for the course on Gemology
Analysis using XRF
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The African Minerals and Geosciences Centre (AMGC), formerly known as SEAMIC is an independent regional centre of knowledge and information for southern and eastern Africa established in 1977, under the umbrella of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). Founder Member States are Ethiopia, Mozambique and Tanzania, later on joined by Angola, the Comoros and Uganda. Kenya joined the Centre in 2006. The Sudan is the new member of the Center joining in 2010. Membership is open to all other African countries
The African Minerals and Geosciences Centre (AMGC) is an African mineral service provider with the following mission, vision, mandate and objectives.
VISION
To be a pioneer and leader in the provision of mineral services in Africa
MISSION
To promote socio-economic and environmentally responsible mineral development in Africa
MANDATE
  • To be a Centre of Excellence and Significance able to provide specialized services for the mineral industries and the overall development of the sector in region.
    AMGC MAIN OBJECTIVE ARE:-
      • 01To facilitate the co-ordination, harmonizsation and access to mineral resources development and provisions of support services in Africa.
      • 02To establish, where relevant, Africa networks of programmes and services and to promote Africa collaoration.
      • 03To promote indigenous mineral based industrialization.
      • 04To promote awareness on potential of the mineral sector's contribution to the economic and social development in Africa.
      • 05To promote responsible invenstiment and free flow of capital, labour, goods and services for mining sector development in Africa.
      • 06To facilitate the promotion of mining prospects with the highest potential for economic and social impact and
      • 07To facilitate the harmonisation of mineral sector's policies and lesgislation in Africa

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A Centre of Excellence and Significance able to provide specialized services for the mineral industries and the overall development of the sector in the continent.