This is Ghana's Annual progress report, published in July 2018. It highlights progress made on objectives of Ghana's work plan.
This paper replaces "EITI process and outcome indicators", July 2010.
The EITI’s key performance indicators (KPI) are rooted in the organisation’s theory of change and measure the effectiveness of the EITI’ international management: at the international level, implementing country level and the International Secretariat and Board level.
General assessment of year’s performance
Training for ZEC on mainstreaming and beneficial ownership
The training for the Zambia EITI Council (ZEC) focused on mainstreaming and beneficial ownership. The session on mainstreaming focused on exploring ways of how information that is already publicly available on government and company systems can be disclosed in line with the EITI requirements. The session established that most of the information is being published online in varying intervals ranging from quarterly reports to annual reports.
The Ministry of Planning and Finance now invites a competent consultant firm for Myanmar EITI’s Independent Administrator to produce the fourth MEITI report for the fiscal year 2016-17.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include but are not limited to the following:
Based on previous MEITI reports and the Terms of Reference for this position the consultant will carry out a consultation process with MEITI stakeholders to provide recommendations for the scope of the 4th MEITI report.Once the scope has been approved by the MEITI-MSG,
Malawi's second EITI Report covers oil, gas and mining sectors as well as the forestry and mining transportation sector for the period from 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016 (2015/16 FY). It was published in June 2018.
This is Tajikistan's EITI 2017 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4 and 8.4).
Burkina Faso's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
The Board decided that Timor-Leste is eligible for an extension and the reporting deadline is extended to 30 June 2019.
Timor-Leste is eligible for an extension and the reporting deadline is extended to 30 June 2019. If the outstanding EITI Report is not published by 30 June 2019, Timor-Leste will be suspended. The suspension will not be lifted until requirement 4.8 is met (i.e. a 2017 EITI Report by 31 December 2019). If the suspension is in effect for more than one year the EITI Board will delist Timor-Leste.