This EITI Report covers Mongolia extractive sector in 2017. It was published in December 2018.
This is Mongolia EITI's 2018 Work plan.
The EITI invites stakeholders to comment on opportunities to improve the collection, dissemination and utilisation of EITI summary data.
A revised template is attached below for comment. Stakeholders are invited to comment on:
Does the template adequately address the challenges encountered with data collection, including user guidance and issues related to data standardisation? Does the template adequately incorporate new developments in EITI implementation, such as an increased focus on systematic disclosures and enabling project-level reporting?
How EITI can help identify and address challenges in artisanal and small-scale mining.
Artisanal and small scale mining (ASM) provides a livelihood for millions of people in several resource rich developing countries and is a major source of economic development for many rural and regional communities.
ASM is the manual extraction of minerals by artisanal and small-scale miners. The manual miners often dramatically outnumber their counterparts in the industrial sector.
Day 4 of EITI week in the Congos - 16 April.
How the EITI can support countries’ efforts to formalise and professionalise the ASM sector.
Geneviève Van Rossum, Special Representative for bioethics and corporate social responsibility, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, France, and Sören Dengg, Head of Division, Energy, Infrastructure and Raw Materials, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany, are Board full member and alternate replacements respectively for Rosmarie Schlup and Dirk-Jan Koch (supporting countries constituency).
Based on: Article 5, Articles of Association
Public domain: EITI Board members