The Ministry of Mines, Industry and Technological Development is in charge of the elaboration and implementation of the
Government’s mining and industrial policy and technological development strategies within the various sectors of the
As such, it is in charge of:
• the elaboration of the mining map;
• geological prospection and mining activities;
• the valuation of mining, oil and gas resources;
• the management of mining and gaseous natural resources;
• the monitoring of the upstream oil sector;
• the promotion local industry;
• the development of industrial zones;
• the promotion of private investment;
• the promotion of investment in the mining, industry and technological development sector, in conjunction with the
Ministry of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development and the Administrations concerned;
• the elaboration and implementation of the country’s industrialization plan;
• the elaboration, dissemination and follow up of the implementation of instruments provided for by the Investment
• local transformation of mining, agricultural and forestry products, in conjunction with the Ministry of Agriculture
and Rural Development, the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife and the other administrations concerned;
• technological development, in conjunction with the Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation;
• technological industrial monitoring, in conjunction with the authorities concerned;
• the promotion and defence of a quality label for products meant for the local market and for export, in conjunction
with the administrations concerned;
• the follow up of activities of the National Board of Industrial Free Zones and the Mission for the Development and
Management of Industrial Zones,
• the follow up of standards and quality, in conjunction with the relevant administrations.
It liaises between the Government and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the African Intellectual
Property Organization (OAPI), as well as the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in conjunction with
the Ministry of External Relations.
It has supervision over public or semi-public corporations involved in its sector of competence, organizations that provide
advocacy and assistance to industries and companies in charge of supervising the mining sector, notably:
• National Investment Corporation (SNI) ;
• The Agency for Standards and Quality control (ANOR) ;
• Investment Promotion Agency (IPA);
• National Board Industrial Free Zones (ONZFI) ;
• the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Handicrafts (CCIMA),
• the Industrial Zones Development and Management Authority (MAGZI).
The Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development is assisted by a Secretary of State.
For the accomplishment of his missions, the Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development has:
• one (01) Private Secretariat;
• two (02) Technical Advisers;
• one (01) General Inspectorate;
• a National Brigade for the Control of Mining Activities;
• a Central Administration;
• Decentralized Services,
• Attached Services.
The Secretary of State to the Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development has a Private Secretariat.
Have the rank and prerogatives of:
• Permanent Secretary:
The General Inspector.• Director of Central Administration:
the Technical Advisers;
b. the Inspectors,
c. Heads of Divisions.
• Deputy Director of the Central Administration:
b. the Head of the Centre for Analyses, Tests and Industrial Metrology;
c. the Head of the Centre for Geological and Mining Information,
d. the Head of the National Brigade for the Control of Mining Activities.
• Sub-Director of the Central Administration:
Heads of Units;
b. the Chiefs of Section the Centre for Analyses, Tests and Industrial Metrology;
c. Divisional Delegates,
d. Chiefs of Regional Brigades for the Control of Mining Activities.
• Service Head of the Central Administration :
Chiefs of Private Secretariats;
b. Deputy Research Officers;
c. Chiefs of Regional Services;
d. Chiefs of Laboratories,
e. National Controllers of Mining Activities.
• Deputy Chief of Service of the Central Administration:
b. Divisional Chiefs of Sections,
c. Regional Controllers of Mining Activities.
Appointments to the duty posts provided for in this Decree are made in compliance with the profiles retained in the