This document provides a template Terms of Reference for Independent Administrator services in accordance with the 2016 EITI Standard, endorsed by the EITI Board.
It sets out the work to be undertaken by the Independent Administrator. It is typically attached to the contract between the Independent Administrator and the government.
Subsequent to the Board agreement, the Independent Administrator should be encouraged to make recommendations for wider extractive reforms where appropriate and relevant.
This is Germany's 2016 EITI Report. The German version has been updated slightly (see below).
Germany EITI has an online portal for the EITI Report: http://www.rohstofftransparenz.de/en/
The Report contains chapters on environmental regulation and renewable energies (see table of contents below).
Introduction The extractive industry in Germany Legal framework for the extractive industry Revenues generated by the extractive industry The economic contribution of the extractive industry in Germany Dealing with human intervention in nature State subsidies and ta
This EITI Report covers Myanmar's extractive sector in 2014 and 2015. It was published in March 2018.
This EITI Report covers Myanmar's extractive sector in 2015 and 2016. It was published in March 2018.
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Relates to requirement 1.4
The multi-stakeholder approach is central to the operation and philosophy of the EITI, and it is reflected in how the EITI is governed and implemented. A multi-stakeholder group (MSG) comprised of representatives from government, companies and civil society is established to oversee EITI implementation. Although the mandate of the MSG varies across countries,
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
This workshop aims to explore options for systematic disclosure of data in government systems; to take stock of progress with beneficial ownership disclosures.It also aims to address corrective actions ahead of Nigeria's Validation.
The Ghana Extractive Industries’ Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) engaged Messrs Boas & Associates to produce EITI report on mining payments for the period covering Jan-Dec 2015.The country has large-scale mining companies producing gold, diamonds, bauxite, and manganese. There is also significant small-scale and artisanal mining activities in Ghana.In 2015 the Mining industry accounted for 1.2 % of the country's GDP and minerals made up 31% of total exports, of which gold contributed about 96% of the total mineral exports. Gold remains the leading mineral in revenue generation.