Ghana’s Multi-Stakeholder Group and GIZ commissioned a report to examine how EITI implementation has contributed to strengthening domestic revenue mobilisation. The study found that the implementation of fiscal reforms, which were recommended in GHEITI Reports, led to an additional USD 714 million in government revenue between 2004 and 2018. These revenues were accrued mainly from a review of mineral royalties and corporate income taxes.
GHEITI's Mainstreaming Feasibility study provides an assessment of the opportunities and challenges of transitioning from standalone EITI reporting to systematic disclosures of information through appropriate disclosure systems (government and company websites, databases annual reports, portals, etc.). The study is based on the assessment of the current scope of systematic disclosure based on the level of comprehensiveness, disaggregation, timeliness, reliability, and accessibility of disclosure.
This is the Netherlands work plan for 2021. It is written in Dutch.
Work plans set out the rationale of EITI implementation, objectives, activities and costing and is a key tool to ensure the EITI is delivering value and implementation stays on track. See also requirement 1.5 of the EITI Standard.