This report published by the World Bank reviews the experience of six countries on EITI subnational implementation. The study supports that the subnational dimension of EITI is relevant in resource-rich regions within countries that host large oil, gas and mining operations given that most of the national revenues from the extractives industries come from a specific region. By reviewing the cases of Ghana, Indonesia, Mongolia, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Peru, the study reveals some characteristics of implementing the EITI standard in a subnational level.
The EITI Program under the Oil, Gas and Mining Policy and Operations Unit (COCPO) of the World Bank has issued the report "Engagement with Civil Society: An EITI implementation case study". The report aims at demonstrating the experience of the COCPO in engaging with civil society organisations (CSOs) involved in the EITI process, including an outline of the results from the Direct Grant Facility/Multi Dollar Trust Fund interaction as well as reflections on COPCO’s future support and engagement with CSOs.
World Bank Group (WBG)- Oil Gas and Mining Policy and Operations Unit supported by Multi-Donor Trust Fund for EITI (MDTF).
The World Bank has issued “Toward strengthened EITI Reporting – summary report and recommendations”, following on from two roundtable consultations in May 2009 on EITI reporting processes. One conclusion from the report is that concrete steps can be taken to improve EITI reporting, and it outlines several recommendations for the EITI.