The Government of Timor-Leste now accepts proposal from qualified firms for TL-EITI’s Independent Administrator to produce the TL-EITI Report covering fiscal years 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Proposal must be submitted no later than 12 December 2018. Please see attached announcement for more details.
Ms. Elda Guterres da Silva
Street Dom Aleixo Corte-Real: Fomento Building, Mandarin, Dili, Timor-Leste
email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
EITI implementing countries are finding innovative ways to contribute to gender equality in the governance of their oil, gas and mining resources. This brief identifies how gender relates to the EITI mission.
The EITI contributes to gender equality by:Improving governance of the extractive sector and mobilising revenuesPromoting equal and meaningful participation of women and men in the management of the sectorFostering dialogue and improving access to data on the sector.
Tracking payments by project from companies to government
Project-level reporting, also called “project-by-project” reporting, means that companies disclose payments by project, for example, royalties paid on gold production at a specific mine. Having access to this data allows citizens and government officials to assess whether the government receives what it ought to from each individual extractive project. That’s because payments can be compared with the terms set out in the laws or contracts governing the project.
Las tablas que se muestran a continuación proveen el detalle de los Procedimientos de Validación Completados a la fecha, las Validaciones en curso y las Validaciones que están por comenzar, de conformidad con lo acordado por el Consejo EITI. La Tabla al final de la lista provee un resumen de los resultados de los procedimientos de validación.
1. Procedimientos de Validación Completados: resultados
This EITI Report covers Kazakhstan's extractive sector in 2017. It was published in November 2018.
Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives (MSIs) are voluntary partnerships between governments, civil society, and the private sector that have emerged over the last 15 years to address development challenges collaboratively, entrench democratic practices, and strengthen regulatory frameworks. MSIs operate on the premise that governance outcomes can be improved by increased transparency and enhanced stakeholder participation in policy reforms.
The EITI Board agreed that Seychelles has made meaningful progress overall in implementing the EITI Standard.
Internal: Board circular 257Public domain:Seychelles Validation 2018News item on the decision: Seychelles builds foundation for transparent revenue management of nascent petroleum sectorScore card:
On 1 October 2018, Seychelles was found to have made meaningful progress in implementing the EITI Standard. See Board decision 2018-49/BC-257
Timeline of Validation and related materials:
1 January 2018: Validation commenced5-9 February 2018: Country visit
Initial data collection and stakeholder consultations
9 July 2018 - Report on Initial data collection and stakeholder consultation [English