A map showing the location of roadblocks and artisanal mining sites in the Kivu provinces
A major update of IPIS’ DRC webmap, which displays data on over 2400 artisanal mining sites and almost 800 roadblocks in eastern DRC.
IPIS puts roadblocks on the map as key mechanism of conflict funding besides natural resources.
Artisanal Gold Monitoring Pilot in Mambasa (Ituri Province, DRC): report and map.
Printing maps of conflict minerals in Eastern DRC.
IPIS published a map of the conflict situation in Kasaï from august 2016 to april 2017 (in French)
This map provides information about the presence of and actors operating roadblocks in the territories of Walikale and Masisi, both in the province of North Kivu
In an interactive map, updated in 2015, IPIS provides information about the on-site presence of armed groups and the Congolese army (FARDC)
Analysis of the interactive map of artisanal mining areas in Eastern DR Congo
Mapping conflict motives: M23 (November 2012)
Mapping conflict minerals (December 2012)
Bisie. A one-year snapshot of the DRC’s principal cassiterite mine (November 2011)
Simplified maps illustrating the link between natural resources and armed conflict in the DR Congo (January 2011)
An analysis of the mining sector in the Kivu Hinterlands (December 2010)
Mining concessions in the DR Congo (August 2010)
Mapping conflict motives: Province Orientale (March 2010)
Accompanying note on the interactive map of militarised mining areas in the Kivus (August 2009)
Mapping conflict motives: Katanga (May-September 2008)
Mapping conflict motives: Katanga (December 2007 – May 2008)
Mapping conflict motives: Eastern DRC (March 2008)
Mapping interests in conflicts areas: Katanga (August 2007)
Mapping interests in conflicts areas: Katanga (Update September-November 2007)