RDF in Zambia

Supporting the regulation and monitoring of mineral production

RDF is a member of a consortium lead by Adam Smith International that is working with the Zambian Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development. It is a European Union funded project that was launched in June 2015.

The Mineral Production Monitoring Support Project aims to increase revenues from the mining industry by better regulating and monitoring mining production in the country.

RDF provides our expertise in system integration for the monitoring of the country’s mineral production. It is also the first time RDF is a consortium partner in a larger technical assistance project, and we intend to learn from this experience to become a recognized systems advisory provider within our area of expertise.

Facts about RDF's project in Zambia

START DATE
June 2015


OBJECTIVES
Enhance Revenues and Monitoring of Resource Production
 

CLIENT
Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development

FUNDING PARTNER
European Union

See the EU-funded Project Website

The Mineral Production Monitoring Support Project (also known as ‘MPMSP’) to the Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development is located in the context of a broader European Union Delegation programme to strengthen economic governance in Zambia.

http://mineralproductionmonitoring.co.zm/