We connect mines to legitimate markets for the minerals they produce.
By engaging in formal trade routes, mines can remove themselves from the shadow economy of illegal trading and money laundering. They are also able to work directly with downstream companies, unlocking financial support and access to loans.
We ensure that our supply chain traceability and chain of custody solutions along with mine data meet or exceed the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) expectations as well as being fully aligned with voluntary standards.
See our approach in action
BUILDING A FRONTIER IMPACT INVESTMENT SECTOR – THE PATH FORWARD FOR ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING – PART 1
The artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector is largely unknown or poorly understood by the finance world. There is a perception held by many that
Following the cancellation of OECD’s Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains scheduled to take place in Paris this April, Solidaridad and The Impact Facility are