Study from NGO Swissaid on the commodity trading between the government of Chad and Glencore. The report draws widely on EITI Reports and data, also pointing out shortcomings.
Chad suffers from what is known as the resource curse. The clan around President Idriss Déby Itno, who has ruled for twenty-six years, is corrupt. Money earned from oil exports does not filter down to the people of the central African country. And the Swiss commodities corporation Glencore is closely associated with this system by pumping and trading oil and through oil-backed loans.
For the year 2017, the EITI International Management (International Board, Chair and Secretariat) has received funding from the following supporting countries
CountryPurposeUSD thousandsCanadaCore funding30European CommissionCore funding301FinlandCore funding192SwitzerlandCommodity trading185United Kingdom - DFIDCore funding173United Kingdom - DFIDBeneficial ownership306World Bank Mainstreaming51World Bank Validation20
As of 13 June 2017.
Report from the DRC civil society monitoring of the EITI process., evaluating adherence to the ToR for the MSG, the EITI Standard and making recommendations for improvements.
Spring 2017 report from DRC civil society monitoring the EITI process, evaluating adherence to the ToR for the MSG, the EITI Standard and making recommendations for improvements.
The Annual Progress Report provides an overview of all EITI Chad's activities during the past year.
The Annual Progress Report provides an overview of all EITI Burkina Faso's activities during the past year.
This ReOI is now closed.
The Ministry of Planning and Finance now invite a competent consultant firm for Myanmar EITI’s Myanmar EITI Forestry Sector Independent Administrator to produce the Forestry Sector Reconciliation Report covering the financial years of 2014/15 and 2015/16.
More information in the documents attached below.
Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below by email not later than June 20th 2017.
Myanmar EITI Office, Fiscal Policy, Strategy and EITI Division
Budget Department, Ministry of Finance
The Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is looking for an intern to support the International Secretariat in Oslo as of August 2017.
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) promotes open and accountable management of natural resources, through implementation of the global EITI Standard. It aims to strengthen public financial management, inform public debate and enhance trust. The EITI is implemented in 52 countries, bringing together government, industry and civil society.
The Ministry of Planning and Finance now invite a competent consultant for Phase 1 of the Mineral Cadastre System Development as follows (see terms of reference attached below and on www.mof.gov.mm
The consulting services (“the Services”) include but are not limited to the following;
Initial diagnostics, data gathering and the development of a conceptual design for the Mineral Cadastre System which;