RMI uses qualitative and quantitative evaluation reports and impact analyses to understand the impact of our programs.
RMI’s Theory of Change is based on RMI’s informed understanding of the impact and role of its program and tools, as well as the broader impact of mineral supply chains on local economies and communities. In sum, mineral supply chains contribute positively to social economic development when business practices evolve to support responsible mineral sourcing globally.
The RMI has incorporated the concept of local impact in its Theory of Change (accessible here).
For more information on the qualitative and quantitative evaluation reports and impact analyses that RMI reviews, see below.