For the year 2017, the EITI International Management (International Board, Chair and Secretariat) has received funding from the following supporting countries
NamePurposeUSD thousandsAustraliaCore funding10BelgiumCore funding24CanadaCore funding103ChadCore funding10Côte d'IvoireCorefunding10DenmarkCore funding300DenmarkBeneficial Ownership150European CommissionCore funding308FinlandCore funding196FranceCore funding69GermanyCore funding215GuineaCore funding10MalawiCore funding10MongoliaCore funding10NetherlandsCore funding254NorwayCore funding388Papua New GuineaCore funding10S
The first Validation of Timor-Leste commenced on 1 July 2016. On 11 January 2017, the EITI Board found that Timor-Leste had made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard (see here). The Board established seven corrective actions related to:
Industry engagement (requirement 1.2);Civil society engagement (requirement 1.3);MSG governance (requirement 1.4);Disaggregation (requirement 4.7);Data quality (requirement 4.9);Mandatory social expenditures (requirement 6.1); andOutcomes and impact of implementation (requirement 7.4).
Mali's 2015 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. The document is in French.
This EITI Report covers Sao Tome and Principe's extractive sector in 2015. It was published in December 2017.