The TDI CAHRA (Conflict-Affected and High Risk Areas) Index is designed to support supply chain due diligence, and in particular “red flag assessment”, as described in the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.
The he TDI CAHRA Index grades the likeliness that a country could meet the OECD definition of a CAHRA, as either high, moderate or low.
There is no universal list within the due diligence community of which countries (or areas within countries) constitute CAHRAs, and the OECD argues powerfully that such a list would be counterproductive. The country list produced by this index should not be considered definitive and ultimately companies must make their own determination of CAHRA locations.
We combine eleven indices published by international institutions and civil society bodies to produce the TDI CAHRA Index. The eleven indices measure the prevalence of conflict, corruption and governance weaknesses, and shortcomings in human rights and labour rights.
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