The Board decided that the International Secretariat will convene a working group on key performance indicators
According to Annex B in the International Secretariat's Work plan for 2018, the Board decided to convene a working group on key performance indicators allowing continued assessment of the “value for money” provided by the Secretariat, as well as opportunities to learn from experience and to further improve the delivery, planning, and allocation of resources. It also aims to identify and demonstrate the results obtained through the EITI implementation.
Where: 38th Board meeting in Manila, Philippines
The Republic of the Congo's 2015 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
The 7th EITI Report for Mozambique which is in accordance with the new EITI International Standard (2016).
This EITI Report covers Peru's extractive sector in 2015 and 2016. It was published in 2018.
This is the Guatemala EITI 2016 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4 and 8.4).
This report is the 2015 SLEITI report, which reconciled payments made by the extractive companies and revenues received by the government of Sierra Leone in 2015.The report also covers the mining/oil and gas sectors in Sierra Leone as well as registers of licences; exploration, production and exports; beneficial ownership; contract transparency; state participation in the extractive sector; revenue collection and allocation; social and economic spending; and the outcomes and impact of the EITI in Sierra Leone.
EITI – disclosing critical investment information
The EITI Standard requires that countries publish information on licensing, production, state ownership, how much each company pays in taxes, royalties and bonuses, broken down by project and type of payment, transfers to local governments and social and infrastructure investments. It encourages contract transparency and disclosure of beneficial ownership of extractive industry companies.