Nigeria's work plan for 2019. This is an action plan agreed by the national multi-stakeholder group. This includes the objectives and priorities for EITI implementation and associated activities. See Requirement 1.5.
2017 audit report of the National Agency for the Gold sector in Madagascar (ANOR).
Rapport d'audit 2017 pour l'Agence Nationale de la filière Or Madagascar (ANOR).
Senegal's 2018 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. The document is in French.
Lists of active mining licenses in Madagascar as of 31 December 2017 and 31 December 2018, in open data format.
Liste des titres miniers valides à Madagascar au 31 décembre 2017 et au 31 décembre 2018, en format données ouvertes.
2017 and 2018 audit reports of the National Office for National Mines and Strategic Industries (OMNIS).
Rapports d'audit 2017 et 2018 de l'Office des Mines Nationales et des Industries Stratégiques (OMNIS).
Systematic disclosures matrix undertaken by Madagascar EITI in 2019.
Cartographie des divulgations systématiques menée par l'ITIE Madagascar en 2019.
2017 audit report of the mining cadastre in Madagascar.
Rapport d'audit 2017 du Bureau du Cadastre Minier de Madagascar (BCMM).
As of 1 January 2020, the EITI Standard requires that implementing countries request, and companies disclose, beneficial ownership information (Requirement 2.5). This requirement applies to companies that apply for or hold participating interests in a country’s extractive sector and requires disclosure of their beneficial owners, the level of ownership and details about how ownership or control is exerted. To achieve this Standard in most implementing countries,
Extractive industry transparency should not be confined to an EITI Report. Rather, it should become an integral part of how governments manage their extractive sector and companies manage their operations.
This toolkit includes an introductory document which explains what mainstreaming means in practice; it includesa tool for assessing which disclosures are made systematically, and provides some examples of how countries have mainstreamed some aspects of the EITI Standard.