Honduras publishes its first EITI Report.
“Guaranteeing all citizens benefits from our extractive industries”.
How transparency can enable a culture of dialogue and trust.
The EITI third regional conference in the Americas marks a new era for EITI in the region.
Reflections from the Beneficial ownership workshop in London.
Governments, companies and civil society in the Americas are using the EITI Standard to address difficult questions.
Honduras’ 2014 EITI Report provides improved information on mining and identifies gaps in revenue collection. With the outlook for the sector uncertain, there are several opportunities for the EITI to make an impact.
The 2014 EITI Report provides a concise summary of the mining sector in Honduras, drawing on and supplementing the information available in the transparency portal of the mining regulator and cadastre agency INHGEOMIN.
The government is seeking to create a sound foundation for its expanding extractives.
Five EITI countries (Colombia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, and Peru) from Latin America gathered in Bogota on 26-27 September 2016 for preparing to submit the beneficial ownership roadmap as required in the 2016 EITI Standard. Participants came from each country multi-stakeholder groups (MSG), national secretariat, government officials from agencies responsible for company registration and civil society organizations.
The International Secretariat visited the country to carry out the first stage (initial data collection and stakeholder consultation) of Validation. To find out more about Honduras (includes information on the country manager), visit the country page