The EITI is pleased to welcome Tate Steel Cote d'Ivoire SA (TSCI) as the latest EITI Supporting Company. TSCI is a joint venture between its multinational parent company, Tata Steel Ltd, and the Ivorian state mining company, SODEMI. It is undertaking an exploration and feasibility study of iron ore deposits in Cote d’Ivoire.
Board commended the country for improving the quality of their EITI reporting.
Côte d’Ivoire’s 2012 EITI Report outlines some key revenues and production figures.
Le conseil national de l’ITIE Côte d’Ivoire sollicite des offres sous pli fermé de la part de candidats éligibles et répondant aux qualifications requises pour l’élaboration du rapport ITIE 2013-2014.
L'avis d’appels d’offres est ouvert jusqu’au mardi 30 juin 2015.
Finding a direct relationship between the EITI and CPI ranking is challenging, but the general trend is still positive.
The Government of Côte d'Ivoire aims to reduce its dependence on cocoa and coffee by developing the oil, gas and mining sector.
Fourteen countries are meeting in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, for a week of training and peer learning. Chair Fredrik Reinfeldt joined the participants on the first day of the training to discuss the impact the EITI is having in their countries. Please see the programme attached below.
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Day 2 of the EITI Francophone Africa peer learning week
“It is not a problem of will, but a problem of a weak structure and information.” - Djibi Sow, National Coordinator of Mauritania
It is clear that the region needs better information systems. Michel Okoko, National Coordinator of Republic of the Congo said, “There is a lot of talk about information systems. Why? Because they don’t work”.
The EITI week in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, opens with a big bang, celebrities and strong messages.
The room was so crowded we had to organise extra chairs. Aside from the 60 participants from 14 Francophone African countries, the press and members of ministries and international institutions had made their way to the Novotel Hotel in central Abijdan.
The International Secretariat is providing training to the MSGs and national secretariats in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire and Togo. More information can be found in the program attached below.
For questions, please contact Gisela Granado