The EITI Board approved Senegal’s application for EITI Candidate status at its meeting in Abidjan on 17 October 2013.
SOLLICITATION DE MANIFESTATIONS D’INTERET
NOM DU PAY] : SENEGAL
NOM DU PROJET : Appui à la mise en œuvre de l’initiative pour la transparence dans les
Industries Extractives (ITIE)
L’INTITULE DE LA MISSION DE CONSULTANT : Sélection d’un Administrateur Indépendant chargé d’élaborer les rapports ITIE 2012 et 2013 au Sénégal
No du Don : P131626
No. de référence: CS05
Sélection d’un Administrateur Indépendant chargé d’élaborer les rapports ITIE 2012 et 2013 au Sénégal
Sollicitation de Manifestations d’Interêt : Sélection d’un Administrateur Indépendant chargé d’élaborer le rapport ITIE 2014 du Sénégal
The Republic of Senegal has requested and obtained the status of "EITI Candidate Countries"; which commits to regularly publish all revenues from the exploitation of mining and payments to the state by stakeholders in the corporate perimeter.
For the production of the EITI report for the fiscal year 2014,
Senegal is enacting a range of reforms, focusing on oil and gas ahead of expected windfall.
Senegal’s second EITI Report covering 2014 was launched in October amidst robust public debate calling for more openness about recent natural gas discoveries offshore. The process of implementing the EITI Standard in Senegal has informed recent reforms including publication of oil and gas contracts,
How the mining sector can become a “pillar of Senegal’s development”.
Senegal declared first country in Africa to have made satisfactory progress in implementing the EITI Standard
The Board welcomed Senegal’s fast pace and innovative EITI implementation
8 May 2018 - The international EITI Board today welcomed Senegal’s progress in using the EITI to drive government reforms and generate a vibrant public debate on the nascent extractives sector. The Board concluded that the country had made satisfactory progress in meeting EITI requirements, making Senegal the first country in Africa and the fourth EITI implementing country to reach this level of progress.
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The Opening up Ownership Africa conference was the largest gathering of beneficial ownership transparency practitioners yet.
Conference co-host and keynote speaker, President of Senegal, HE Macky Sall started by highlighting action on past commitments