The Republic of the Congo's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
The Annual Progress Report provides an overview of all EITI Togo's activities during the past year.
Cameroon's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year. This English version is a summary of the full French version found above.
The EITI Board agreed that Mauritania has made meaningful progress in implementing the EITI Standard.
Description: see below for the decision in full. PDF attached at bottom of the page.
Where: 42nd Board meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine
Internal: Board paper 42-5Public domain:Mauritania second Validation 2018News item on the decision: EITI countries progress on path to transparent and accountable extractive sectorsScorecard:
Cameroon's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
The EITI Board confirmed that the proposal from the multi-stakeholder group in Germany on the materiality threshold for local business taxes is in line with the EITI requirements 4.1 and 4.6 of the EITI Standard.
Letter from Civil society organisations - call on EITI to consider climate risks in reporting standards for extractives
On 13 October, several civil-society organisations submitted a letter (linked below) to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Board calling on global reporting standards for extractive industries to include transparency from fossil fuel companies about the future viability of their oil, coal and gas projects in a warming world. This is to address climate change as part of the EITI.
The letter is attached below. Jonas Moberg, Head of the Secretariat, published the following response: The EITI and Climate Risk (PDF attached below).
This is the EITI 2018 Annual Progress Report of the Netherlands (in accordance with Requirements 7.4. and 8.4.) in English. The report assesses progress made by the country against the EITI requirements, and reviews the outcomes and impact of EITI implementation on natural resource governance.
The Board agreed that Chris Murgatroyd, Deputy Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, Economic Development Division at the Department for International Development (DFID, United Kingdom), is to succeed Judith Herbertson from the constituency of supporting countries as a Board member with immediate effect until the renewed nominations at the Global Conference in Paris in June.
Based on: Article 5, Articles of Association
Public domain: EITI Board members