Mauritania's 2017 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. The document is in French.
Validation assesses how EITI implementing countries are progressing towards meeting EITI requirements. In October 2019, the EITI Board decided to launch a review of the Validation process. As an initial step, the views of EITI stakeholders were sought through this consultation from December 2019 to January 2020. All responses are published at the end of this page.
The consultation was open to all stakeholders until 31 January 2020. We actively sought a range of responses, across regions and stakeholder groups.
What areas were covered by the consultation?
The EITI Board will conduct a strategy discussion in Oslo as part of its Board retreat on 12 February 2020. The inputs of implementing countries to this process are important to ensure that varying country contexts are considered in these discussions.
At the 46th Board meeting in Addis Ababa, the EITI Board agreed to focus on the following themes for its strategy discussion:
The EITI’s role in addressing corruptionThe role that the EITI could potentially play in the global discussions on energy transitionEvaluating EITI impact
This is the EITI Indonesia draft 2020 work plan.
Malawi's third EITI Report covers oil, gas and mining sectors as well as the forestry sector for the period from 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017. It was published in November 2019.
Following a Board Member’s request for documentation of the EGPS grant application process at the EITI Board meeting on October 16-17 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the EGPS Secretariat has drafted the outline of its processes and procedures for EGPS grants. See document attached below.
Board Paper 45-4-A
Assessment of Ukraine's multi-stakeholder group’s request for adapted implementation with respect to the coverage of the extractive industries in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine and Crimea for the reporting period 2018-2019.
The application was made because the GOvernment of Ukraine is not able to compel companies and local government agencies in tehse areas to participants in the EITI process. The government and the multi-stakeholder group have committed to ongoing efforts to ensure that EITI reporting is as comprehensive as possible.
Togo's 2017 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. The document is in French.
In May 2018, the EITI Board agreed that Côte d'Ivoire had made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard. See Board decision 2018-22/BC-249
In this second Validation, the EITI International Secretariat has assessed the progress made in addressing the 12 corrective actions established by the EITI Board following the first Validation. See more under background below.
Timeline of Validation and related materials
"Transparency and accountability in sector governance are basic and essential requirements to leverage the extractives (oil, gas, and mining) sector as an engine of economic growth in fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV) affected settings. Enabling them involves two vital steps. Transparency requires obtaining or publishing relevant and actionable data about sector governance. Accountability involves having the data to support responsible, efficient, and informed sector governance.