The Mozambique EITI Secretariat now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in producing the report.
Latest EITI Report shows that revenue is growing, but still small relative to the budget.
Five oil and gas companies generated 80% of Mozambique’s extractive revenue in 2012.
Payments from extractive companies reaches USD 1 billion for the first time in 2014.
The International Secretariat is visiting the country to carry out the first stage (Initial data collection and stakeholder consultation) of Validation. To find out more about Mali (includes information on the country manager), visit the country page
Sam Bartlett from the Secretariat welcomes stockholder input in preparation to the country visits.
Deputy Head of the EITI, Eddie Rich, is leading a session of this workshop by U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre
Full title: Responding to corruption: The case of hidden private state-backed loans and the costs of corruption to the Mozambican economy
The recent case of private, hidden, state-backed loans in Mozambique illustrates the seriousness of the governance and corruption challenges facing the country. It has created a multi-faceted crisis including macro-economic,
The EITI international Secretariat will be visiting Mozambique on 1 December 2017 to discuss the validation results and follow up on validation corrective actions. Following the conclusion of Mozambique’s Validation, the Board reconised Mozambique’s efforts to embed transparency provisions in the legal framework governing the extractive sector, in the face of challenges including declining commodity prices and a public debt crisis. To find out more about Mozambique, please visit the country page.
Mozambique recognised by the EITI Board as having made meaningful progress, highlighting areas where more is needed
25 October 2017 – The EITI Board today declared that Mozambique had demonstrated meaningful progress in implementing the EITI Standard. In making its decision, the Board took special note of Mozambique’s efforts to embed transparency provisions in the 2014 Petroleum and Mining Laws, which include provisions on contract disclosure, and the establishment of a public mining license cadastre. The Board encouraged the country to “implement this statutory openness through accessible,
Regional gatherings are an opportunity to draw on cross-cutting issues and to promote debate and dialogue amongst countries. This workshop aims to explore options for mainstreaming transparency and public disclosure of data in government systems; to take stock of progress with beneficial ownership disclosures.It also seeks to share experiences between countries that have been Validated and address common barriers to compliance with the EITI Standard.