M4DLink is a global, active, online community, where Mining for Development (M4D) alumni, faculty, and experts can collaborate with peers to influence policy and effect change through networking, innovative problem-solving, and sharing expertise.

28 August 2019
Venance Mwasse is Director, Minerals Audit and Trade at the Minerals Commission, Tanzania and also Chairman of the Board of Directors, Stamigold Company Limited.
10 July 2019
Ms Altangerel Radnaabazar is the Project Officer for MERIT (Enhancing Resource Management through Institutional Transformation) and a recipient of the Australia Awards Women’s Leadership Program (WLP) Award.
7 March 2019
The Women in Mining and Energy (WiME) Indonesia launching and WIME's first public sharing, Ruang XY were successfully held in January 2019.  One hundred people attended the event from different sectors and organisations: 25%  of the participants were male participants and  8% among the participan
14 December 2018
Gracia Billy Mambrasar is the founder and CEO of Kitong Bisa Foundation as well as a Project Social and Papua Content Specialist for BP, Indonesia.


Share progress on your return to work plan and receive feedback from your colleagues and faculty.

If you recently developed a return to work plan as part of a M4D activity, you and your workshop group will be invited to meet in the Return to Work space, every 2-3 months, to share your progress, assist your colleagues and get assistance from your peers and faculty.


Connect with alumni to discuss and solve some of the big challenges in resource development that are impacting governments and communities around the world.

In the groups area, alumni can join or create thematic groups or country groups. Through groups, alumni can connect with members with similar interests, share resources, access topical news, discuss challenges, and publicise events that relate to the country group or thematic group.



Join in the global discussion on development-related issues in the M4D forums.

Share your experiences, help others, discuss your local challenges and receive ‘just-in-time’ solutions.

About M4DLink

M4DLink is a global, active, online community for Mining for Development (M4D) alumni, faculty, and experts. It’s a place where members can collaborate to influence policy and effect change through networking, innovative problem-solving and sharing expertise.

The M4D community is made up of alumni and faculty who have participated in study tours, short courses, fellowships and scholarships funded by the following organisations:

Mineral and Energy for Development Alliance (MEfDA) is a joint initiative of The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland.

The M4DLink website is supported by funds from Australian Aid.