Events

The International Secretariat is visiting the country to carry out the first stage (Initial data collection and stakeholder consultation) of Validation. To find out more about Papua New Guinea (includes information on the country manager), visit the country page

Alex Gordy and Gay Ordenes from the Secretariat welcomes stakeholder input in preparation to the country visits. 

The International Secretariat is visiting the country to carry out the first stage (Initial data collection and stakeholder consultation) of Validation. To find out more about Ethiopia (includes information on the country manager), visit the country page

Alex Gordy and Ines Marquez from the Secretariat welcomes stakeholder input in preparation to the country visits. 

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In resource-rich countries, corruption in the commodities, oil, gas, and mining sectors deprives communities of critical investments in health, education, and infrastructure needed for their well-being. Given the urgency of the problem, governments and civil society are using the collaborative platform provided by OGP to work together to improve natural resources governance.SpeakersEddie Rich, Deputy Head and Regional Director for Africa and the Middle East,

This workshop aims to explore options for systematic disclosure of data in government systems; to take stock of progress with beneficial ownership disclosures.It also aims to address corrective actions ahead of Nigeria's Validation. 

The Board meeting draft agenda can be found in PDF below.

Find an overview of all Board meetings here

Thirty-six representatives from EITI implementing countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific met in Manila on 25-27 October 2017, to learn from each other and share their experiences with EITI implementation. "EITI in Asia: Building capacity for impactful implementation" peer-learning workshop was organised in partnership with the World Bank for members of the multi-stakeholders groups and national secretariats from Indonesia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines,

The EITI international Secretariat will be visiting Mozambique on 1 December 2017 to discuss the validation results and follow up on validation corrective actions. Following the conclusion of Mozambique’s Validation, the Board reconised Mozambique’s efforts to embed transparency provisions in the legal framework governing the extractive sector, in the face of challenges including declining commodity prices and a public debt crisis. To find out more about Mozambique, please visit the country page.

The EITI International Secretariat will be visiting Tanzania for from 29 -30 November 2017 to discuss the validation results and follow up on validation corrective actions. Following the conclusion of Tanzania’s Validation, the Board recognised Tanzania’s efforts to institutionalise extractive sector transparency by adopting the Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency Act (TEITA) 2015, mandating revenue and contract disclosures. To find out more about Tanzania, please visit the country page.

The EITI International Secretariat will be visiting Ethiopia from 27-28 November 2017 to help them prepare for the upcoming Country validation in April 2018. The latest EITI disclosures (2014) show that Ethiopia received USD 148 million from extractive industry taxation. Two fifths of these revenues came from gold production and another two fifths from cement manufacturing. To find out more about Ethiopia, please visit the country page

The International Secretariat is visiting the country to carry out the first stage (Initial data collection and stakeholder consultation) of Validation. To find out more about Madagascar (includes information on the country manager), visit the country page

Alex Gordy and Indra Thévoz from the Secretariat welcomes stakeholder input in preparation to the country visits. 

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