Vision, Mission & Core values


African Minerals and Geosciences Centre
Minerals For Development

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The African Minerals and Geo-sciences 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 Geo sciences Centre (AMGC) is an African mineral service provider with the following mission, vision, mandate and core values.

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.

 Core Values
  •     Supporting the mineral sector to benefit the African nation prosper
  •     Improving the capacity of African nations to enable developing their mineral resources
  •     Availing up-to-date technology to the African mineral resources sector
  •     Advocate increased partnership among African nations to lift up each other Support for the under-privileged sectors of the community in the mineral resources     sector to improve their benefits from their activities.

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