Stories from the Field

Joint workshop for due diligence and traceability staff by ITSCI-RMB

Joint workshop for due diligence and traceability staff by ITSCI-RMB

On 27th August, ITSCI organised a workshop in partnership with the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) to support exporters in their due diligence practice and strengthen their knowledge of ITSCI procedures, including traceability and risk management.  Among...

Language Adaption Brings Local Partners Together in Luena

Language Adaption Brings Local Partners Together in Luena

Engaging stakeholders at the local level can be a delicate balancing act, as the ITSCI programme seeks to build inclusive partnerships to improve traceability and due diligence on the ground in tangible ways. Trust is a crucial element that contributes to successful...

SAEMAPE provides new scales to reduce traceability incidents

SAEMAPE provides new scales to reduce traceability incidents

SAEMAPE (Service d’assistance et d’encadrement des mines artisanales et de petit echelle) is the DRC government service devoted to supporting artisanal and small-scale miners, and a key ITSCI partner on the ground. SAEMAPE agents are tagging minerals with ITSCI at the...

News

ITSCI programme Incident & Outcome Review Nov 2019 to Oct 2020

ITSCI programme Incident & Outcome Review Nov 2019 to Oct 2020

ITSCI has issued its 2019/2020 Incident Review. The report gives an overview of the success of stakeholders working with the ITSCI Programme to achieve risk mitigation relating to mineral supply chains from Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and...

ITSCI’s Annual Report is now available

ITSCI’s Annual Report is now available

We are pleased to share our 2019 Annual Report. Despite the many challenges of operating in high-risk environments, our programme grew in scope. We cover more than 2,250 mine sites and hold a unique position in 3T responsible sourcing through our collaboration with...

ITSCI Status Update COVID Impacts – September 2020

ITSCI Status Update COVID Impacts – September 2020

There has been keen interest in the continued work of ITSCI during the COVID pandemic, demonstrating the clear value stakeholders place on our activities and ten years of progress. We are providing this update to transparently report on our funding status and our...

ITSCI Newsletter ‘Insight’

In our quarterly newsletter we provide updates on progress and challenges for ITSCI as well as relevant general news on regulatory developments or events

Available in  English and French

Press Releases

OECD rates ITSCI programme highest in responsible minerals assessment

OECD rates ITSCI programme highest in responsible minerals assessment


A detailed assessment by the OECD recently concluded that the standards of the ITSCI Programme are 100% aligned with the 5 Step due diligence recommendations of the OECD’s internationally accepted guidance for good company management, risk assessment and mitigation,...

ITRI wins edie Sustainable Supply Chains Leader 2017

ITRI wins edie Sustainable Supply Chains Leader 2017

ITRI’s dedicated work and success in bringing positive change in the tin supply chain has been recognised with the award of the prestigious edie Sustainability Leaders Award 2017 for Sustainable Supply Chains. The winners were announced at an awards...

Statements

ITSCI Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

ITSCI Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

Global supply chains are being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the 3T mineral supply chain is no exception. Companies are faced with difficult decisions to manage health risks and act rapidly to ensure their businesses survive through the short term. ITSCI...

ITSCI Statement on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

ITSCI Statement on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

ITSCI has been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation as it unfolds and we are publishing this statement to inform you of the current situation. The UK Government has advised avoiding non-essential travel and social contact and that people should work...