This ASM Scoping Study was undertaken relying on a combination of secondary data and field visits. The scoping study provides a practical roadmap for how the national EITI process in the country could feasibly integrate ASM data in its annual EITI report. The scoping study includes a stakeholder mapping of various actors operating in the informal and semi-formal ASM sector, an overview of revenue streams stemming from ASM at the national and local level, recommendations to the MSG on how to include ASM in EITI reporting,
Mexico's candidature application was received Friday 1 September 2017.
Below you can find the following documents:
Cover letter to application (Carta presentacion solicitud de candidatura EITI Mexico)Mexico EITI applicationDeclaration of principles of EITI MexicoTerms of Reference of the Mexican EITI multi-stakeholder groupRoadmap to beneficial ownership disclosureEITI Mexico's work planGlossary to the work plan
Guyana's candidature application, received by the EITI Secretariat on 18 August 2017.
Application formCover letter by Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael G.C. TrotmanLaunch of the multi-stakeholder groupWork planTerms of reference of the multi-stakeholder group
This report attempts to examine the state of affairs with quasi-fiscal expenditures in the extractive industries of Tajikistan. Based on the methodology of the IMF and the use of international experience, an approach has been identified to identify and systematize quasi-fiscal expenditures, their nature, types and forms of manifestation in the activities of state-owned enterprises in the extractive sector.
Based on the analysis of the legislative framework and the practice of financial transactions, a monitoring of the current practice in Tajikistan was conducted.
This is the Zambia EITI 2017-2018 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
This open data roadmap is part of EITI Cameroon's 2017-2019 work plan.
The work plan presents all activities EITI Burkina Faso is planning for the period in question.
The 2016 EITI Standard requirement 2.5 makes it mandatory after 1 January 2020 for all implementing countries to request beneficial ownership information and for companies to disclose this information. EITI implementing countries were required to produce a roadmap on beneficial ownership disclosure by 1 January 2017.
Here is a scoping study reviewing the legal and institutional framework for beneficial ownership in Ethiopia, as well as a review of the EEITI 2016 beneficial ownership roadmap published in December 2016.
This is Honduras 2013-2015 EITI Workplan.