CONFLICT DIAMONDS - THE KIMBERLY PROCESS
Conflict diamonds refer to gems that originate from war-zones in Africa, which are sold by rebels to fund their causes and operations. The Kimberly Process was created by the United Nations in 2003 and signed by governments of countries involved in the diamond industry to reduce the flow of conflict diamonds around the world.
It has 54 signatories representing 81 countries and its participants include all major rough diamond-producing, exporting, and importing countries. Singapore has been a KP participant since 2004 and no rough diamonds can be imported into the country unless they carry this certification. Be rest assured that our diamonds are responsibly sourced from mines that have committed to the KP.