This week the EITI launched its new website, providing stakeholders with a more comprehensive, accessible and dynamic digital experience of the EITI’s work and implementation.
The process of redesigning the site include extensive user research and feedback. One of the primary objectives of the site is to show the relevance and impact of the EITI to global stakeholders. The website is also a major source of guidance to countries implementing or planning to implement the EITI Standard. The new site aims to make this guidance clearer and more accessible. It also aims to make EITI data more easily accessible and available for analysis.
The website includes a number of new features, including an option to download country data in bulk, more user-friendly access to our guidance and interactive visualisations of revenue data disclosed in EITI implementing countries.
Our new website will remain in beta mode until June, and we will continue to develop and add functionality during that time while keeping our current site online. We welcome user feedback as we continue to improve the site.