The Federal Government of Nigeria has obtained a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) to fund the Mineral Sector Support for Economic Diversification (MinDiver) Project. The project has the following development objectives:
- To improve the attractiveness of the Nigerian Mining sector, as a driver for economic diversification, for long-term private sector investment in the exploration and production of minerals.
- To create a globally competitive sector capable of contributing to wealth creation, providing jobs and advancing our social and human security.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has embarked on an economic diversification campaign with the aim of leveraging on the Nation’s vast natural resources to diversify the economy from the oil and gas sector to achieve economic emancipation.
The sector’s growth and contributions to GDP have remained less than ideal, accounting for only about 0.33% in 2015. To address this, the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development (MMSD) recently developed a roadmap for mining growth and development with objectives to deepen sector reforms, attract new investors and collaborate with a wide network of partners and stakeholders to rejuvenate the sector and build a prosperous economy propelled by inflows from the solid minerals sector
The overall objective of the MinDiver Project is to link with the Roadmap and enhance the mining sector’s contribution to the economy by strengthening key government institutions, improving information infrastructure and knowledge, and fostering domestic investment in the sector.
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Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a Consultant for the Review of Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Environmental Management, the Design of Policy Frameworks to apply World Bank Safeguards Policies and the Development of Mitigation Measures & Guidelines for Addressing Potential Conflicts between ASM Operators and other Land Users in the Mining and Steel Sector
Download Terms of Reference for the Engagement of an Advisory Firm to Strengthen the Institutional Frameworks Governing the Mining Sector (Functional analysis) and Sector Administrative Capacity Building
Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a consultant to assist with identification of revenue leakages, strengthen revenue assessment & collection and develop action plan to combat smuggling.
Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a Technical Expert Consultancy Firm for the development of a Comprehensive Action Plan to create opportunities for Women in the Mining and Steel Sector and to mitigate risks that are unique to Women
Download Terms of Reference for the Engagement of a Technical Expert Consultancy Firm for the Development of a Comprehensive Action Plan to Create Opportunities for Women in the Mining and Steel Sector and to Mitigate Risks that are Unique to Women Released on the 06/04/2018
Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a Technical Expert Consultant to Develop Mines Inspectorate for Artisanal and Small Scale Field Inspection and Equip with Appropriate Modern Technical Tools in the Mining and Steel Sector released on the 23/03/2018
Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a Technical Expert Consultant to develop a Programme for the Formalization of Artisanal Miners into Cooperatives and Small-Scale Miners into Larger Mineral and Financial Enterprises together with the Design and Implementation of an ASM Remote Sensing Monitoring System in the Mining and Steel Sector released on the 22/03/2018
Download Terms of Reference for the engagement of a Consultant to conduct a Baseline Study for Raw Materials for the Steel/Metals Industries in Nigeria and to develop support action to improve the Metallurgical and Steel Inspectorate released on the 13/03/2018