Madagascar EITI 2020 work plan.
This expert report, authored by independent consultant Anwar Ravat, was originally commissioned to review the data assurance procedures used in EITI implementing countries and their cost, and to determine whether the use of Independent Administrators (AIs) safeguards the reporting of comprehensive and reliable data.
The EITI's accounts are audited by HCA Revisjons & Rådgivning AS who were engaged as EITI’s auditor in 2014 by the Board. The auditor in the period 2007 until 2014 was MGI Revisjon Asker DA, named Grant Thornton Asker before 2008.
Board Paper 46-4-B for the Board's decision on establishing a pilot to accelerate systematic disclosures in EITI countries. The Board decided to adopt the Implementation Committees recommendations (decision 2020-07/BM-46
The Implementation Committee recommends that the Board reviews progress with encouraging systematic disclosure. The Implementation Committee has assessed the progress made in implementing the recommendations agreed in February 2018. The Committee’s main finding is that implementing countries have made limited progress with systematic disclosures.
Mauritania's work plan for 2020. Includes section on measurement and evaluation and mapping of EITI contributions to national priorities. Document is in French.
The Annual Progress Report provides an overview of the activities of EITI Mauritania in 2019.
This EITI Report covers Honduras' extractive sector for years 2017 and 2018.
Relates to Requirement 2.5
The EITI Standard requires that the beneficial owners of extractive companies are disclosed. Multi-stakeholder groups (MSGs) have an important role in ensuring that these disclosures are comprehensive and effective. Whether beneficial ownership data is collected and disclosed by a government agency or through the EITI process, the MSG should ensure that disclosures are in line with the EITI Standard, assess gaps and weaknesses and find ways to strengthen disclosures.