In serving our members and promoting their interests in the mining sector in Tanzania we seek to do a number of things:
To represent our members in discussions concerning key issues in the mining sector with Government, civil society and other stakeholders, as well as to lead co-operative efforts to establish policy responses and joint initiatives.
To disseminate information about the mining industry and related developments through our monthly newsletter, website and Chamber representatives.
To promote networking of Chamber members through the provision of an updated member’s directory and coordination of member functions.
To provide members with a range of professional resources and commission industry research on the mining sector in Tanzania.
To act as a mediator of conflict amongst members through conciliatory methods, and to act as an arbitrator when called upon to do so.
To work with all levels of Government and associated industries to ensure an effective legal and regulatory framework that will support and govern the industry.
To encourage all members to achieve best practice in accordance with the Chambers commitments and in all aspects of their business, with special emphasis on: Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S), environmental conservation and land management, sustainable social development, commercial practices, building capacity in the workforce, and working in partnership with educators and students.
To monitor public perceptions and educate both public and industry stakeholders on the mining sector and related issues through mining awareness seminars, workshops and mine tours for various groups.
To promote awareness of the impact and contribution of mining operations to the wider Tanzanian economy.