Ce plan de travail décrit toutes les activités prévues par l'ITIE en République centrafricaine en 2017 afin d'insuffler un nouvel élan au processus ITIE.
On 18 January 2021, the incumbent president Mr Faustin-Archange Touadéra who was elected president in 2016, was declared winner of the new elections. The election period was marked, according to the MINUSCA , by attempts by rebel groups to obstruct the elections, including threats and attacks by armed elements allied with former Central African President François Bozizé. Mr Bozizé was removed from power in a coup in 2013 and his candidature to these new elections was invalidated by the Constitutional Court.
The Central African Republic has been a suspended EITI member since 2013, when the Board concluded that the EITI Principles and Criteria could not be adhered to due to the situation of political instability.
The International Secretariat continues discussions with the national secretariat and MSG with regard to lifting the suspension through adapted implementation, given the security challenges in the country which are a barrier towards fulfilling EITI reporting requirements.
The EITI encourages multi-stakeholder groups to explore innovative approaches to make the EITI more relevant and useful.
- Establishment of 16 regional EITI sub-committees.
- Development of methodology for reporting in an entirely informal sector.
- Formal announcement of integration of forestry in the 2011 report.
- Nationwide grassroots outreach and media campaign in local languages.
- Institutional cooperation with the National Assembly (including declaration of support by Parliamentarians).
- Independent annual budget for EITI CAR as integral and recurring part of state budget.
- Films on the EITI (targeted to e.g. Parliamentarians).
- Co-hosting of regional EITI conference in March 2012 in Bangui for peer exchange.
The Central African Republic has been a suspended EITI member since 2013 when the Board concluded that the EITI Principles and Criteria could not be adhered to due to the situation of political instability. The Board encouraged EITI stakeholders to continue EITI implementation, to the extent possible.
Since the country is suspended due to political instability, the CAR does not need to fulfill the reporting requirements and is not undergoing Validation. The CAR still has an MSG in place and sporadically publishes documents. Documents on EITI implementation are published below.
The International Secretariat continues its discussion with the national secretariat and MSG with regards to lift the suspension through adapted implementation, given the security challenges in the country which could be a barrier towards fulfilling the full reporting requirements. Regular updates are given to the EITI Board.
In accordance with Section 4, article 8.c of the 2019 EITI standard, the CAR government may apply to have the suspension lifted at any time.
This is the Central African Republic EITI 2014-2016 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
This EITI Report covers Central African Republic's extractive sector in 2010. It was published in December 2012.
This EITI Report covers Central African Republic's extractive sector from 2007 to 2009. It was published in August 2010.
Voici le rapport de la validation 2010 de l'Initiative pour la transparence dans les industries extractives (ITIE) en République centrafricaine. Le rapport représente le premier exercice de validation ITIE de la République centrafricaine. GoodCorporation a mené à la validation. La république centrafricaine a été désignée conforme à l'ITIE le 1er mars 2011