The EITI Board agreed the EITI Policy on voicing concerns at its meeting in Addis Ababa on 17 October 2019 (Board paper 45-6-A).
EITI Policy on voicing concerns
The procedures for voicing concerns to the EITI are open to all stakeholders and accessible. Stakeholders with a concern should first raise it to the attention of the immediate EITI body (national multi-stakeholder group, EITI constituency, etc.). If this is not appropriate or if the concern remains,
Niger's candidature application was received by the EITI Secretariat on 10 October 2019. Niger's candidature application form, together with supporting documentation, were approved by the MSG on 7 October 2019.
This application is currently under review by the EITI Board.
Below you can find the following documents:
FR Letter Prime Minister Niger re-joining EITI
EN Letter Prime Minister Niger re-joining EITI
FR Niger EITI Candidature Application Form
EN Niger EITI Candidature Application Form
This report sets out the results of the reconciliation of the financial flows from activities in the solid minerals sector in Nigeria for the 2017 fiscal year.
The 45th Board meeting 16-17 October in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. See more on our event page
Agenda in English and in French (see below).
Minutes in English and in French (see below).
Decisions taken at the Board meeting: see eiti.org/board-decisions, decisions including BM-45 in the reference number were taken in Addis Ababa (Board meeting 45).
Pictures of the Board meeting on (flickr to follow).
Find an overview of all Board meetings here
Board Paper 45-4-B
Assessment of Seychelles' proposal for proportionate implementation for the reporting period 2019-2021.
The proposed approach reflects the limited size of Seychelles' extractive sector and national priorities. It would reduce implementation costs, while ensuring that EITI Principles are upheld.
This document proposes the objectives of the strategy, as well as the criteria and strategic approaches that the EITI should use to guide its outreach priorities. In light of these, it proposes outreach priorities for the EITI – including a ramping up of our engagement with state-owned enterprises, financial institutions and southern-based multi-national corporations – and the corresponding resource implications. Finally, it includes a brief background section for the benefit of new Board members, outlining the EITI’s outreach efforts to date and other considerations.
This is Armenia EITI 2018 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4 and 8.4).
This is the Kyrgyz Republic EITI 2018 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4 and 8.4).
This is the Ghana EITI 2019 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).