The Opening Extractives programme (OE) aims to transform the availability and use of beneficial ownership data for effective governance in the extractive sector. It provides sustained support for over five years to approximately ten countries seeking to bring data on company ownership into the public domain.
The consultant must meet the following criteria:
- Substantial experience working in development projects, with skills in the communication of impact, data and evidence and familiarity with evaluation and learning.
- Demonstrated skills in storytelling in written form and/or video format (consultant should submit sample(s) of communication materials for development work done in the past).
- Sound writing skills and fluency in English (materials may be translated by the programme, depending on the target audience). Any language requirements for the purposes of conducting interviews will be coordinated by the OE programme team).
- Demonstrated experience conveying complex issues in a simple, clear, and engaging manner. Evidence of similar progress stories produced by the consultant will be taken into account in evaluating the responses.
- Relevant experience and knowledge on governance, transparency, and accountability matters, particularly in the extractive sector. Familiarity with anti-corruption reforms.
- Experience engaging multiple local stakeholders, including facilitation and interview skills, across different contexts.
- Desirable: familiarity with one or more of the following countries: Armenia, Ghana, Liberia, Mongolia, Nigeria or Zambia.
- Ability to access to partners who help create high-quality local content (e.g. film crews in the above countries).
Proposals should be received by Tuesday 26 July 2022 17:00 CEST and submitted to Nyasha Vera (email@example.com) .
We believe that a country’s natural resources belong to its citizens. Our mission is to promote understanding of natural resource management, strengthen public and corporate governance and accountability, and provide the data to inform policymaking and multi-stakeholder dialogue in the extractive sector. By becoming a member of the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), countries commit to disclose information along the extractive industry value chain – from how extraction rights are awarded, to how revenues make their way through government and how they benefit the public. Through participation in the EITI, more than 50 countries have agreed to a common set of rules governing what has to be disclosed and when – the EITI Standard. In each country that has joined the EITI, a multi-stakeholder group, composed of government, companies and civil society, supports implementation of the EITI Standard.