GeoT is now offering it’s traceability solution adapted to the context of mining sector in the African Great Lake Region. In the OCDE meeting last week in Kigali, GeoT presentation by Gerald Beaulieu was well received and appreciated it raised interest of a large number mining sector stakeholders.
GeoT is currently implemented in several mine site in Uganda and DRC to offer traceability to address the conflict mineral issues in the 3T and Gold. The traceability is a core component of the Regional Certification Mechanisms of the ICGLR and OECD guidelines. GeoT is offering an innovative way for tracing digitally the minerals across the supply chain from the miners to the export providing a user friendly tool to overview the mining activities on site and provide detailed reports on the origin of a shipment.
In order to present our solution to a larger audience of stakeholder GeoT has developed a one pager (Mining sector pdf) to introduce and present the key features of the solution. GeoT is currently finalizing agreements with leading implementing organizations and supply chain actors to upscale across the region.