Board paper 41-1-A Draft AgendaBoard paper 41-1-B Participants listBoard paper 41-2-A Implementation Progress Report July-October 2018Board paper 41-3 Report from the World BankBoard paper 41-4-A How EITI can improve its engagement with state-owned enterprisesBoard paper 41-4-A Annex A Overview of SOE representation on MSGs in EITI countriesBoard paper 41-4-A Annex B EITI and state-owned enterprise transparency - lessons learned from ValidationBoard paper 41-4-A Annex C Upstream Oil,
Many thanks to all of you for your dedication and contributions to the discussions on the EITI Requirements over the last couple of months. The working group has prepared an important set of proposals for the Implementation Committee’s consideration. We are confident that the Board will be able to agree to a number of important revisions in the coming weeks.
Please see attached the final Implementation Committee paper with tracked changes, taking into account further inputs from working group members.
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is an international standard for transparency in natural resource revenue management. The initiative was launched in 2002 but the indicators for meeting the standard were not established until 2006. An evaluation was prepared for the 4th Global Conference in February 2009 that assessed EITI’s contribution to good governance of natural resources.
1. Regular update on Covid-19 impact on implementation and reporting (for information)
As proposed in the Committee meeting on 21 July, the Secretariat will provide a brief update on Covid-19 impact on EITI implementation and reporting. The Covid-19 EITI country-by-country update is accessible here
2. Strategic planning for 2021-2022 (for discussion)
IC Paper 13-2 EITI Strategic Priorities for 2021-22
This report provides an account of the EITI International Secretariat’s activities in 2011. It reflects the 2011 workplan agreed by the Board at its meeting in Dar es Salaam in October 2010.
The EITI highlights of 2011 include:
Eight countries completed the Validation process bringing the total number of validated countries to 25. Eight candidate countries that had been deemed “close to Compliant” in 2010 underwent an EITI Secretariat Review to assess its progress.Six countries became EITI Compliant (Kyrgyz Republic, Mali, Mongolia, Niger, Norway and Yemen).
Sent by Jonas Moberg on behalf of Fredrik Reinfeldt on 21 October 2016 at 15:08 CET.
Please find Board Circular 220 below.
Please click here to download the Board Circular 220 with attachments.
Please click here to find details on Board Committees, including meeting schedules, papers, minutes and details on membership and attendance.
I really want to thank you all for a good board meeting in Manila and many associated meetings there and in Jakarta. I appreciate and highly value the consensus spirit around our Board table and in support of the EITI.
We took many important decisions, including:
We welcomed Guyana and Mexico as EITI implementing countries, in both cases following several years of preparatory work.
Teleconference, 30 September 2016, 14:00-15:00 CEST
Brief introduction to the 2017 Secretariat work plan.
Brief updates from Oleksiy and Carine on the work of the work streams
2015 Governance Review follow up: Two documents are attached, a paper to the Board and a cover note to the Committee explaining what the working group has done and its recommendations.Lima work stream:The Lima working group members Carine, Victor and Wendy held a call on Friday 16 September. In accordance with the workplan for the GC,
Meeting, 17 June 2019, 08:15 - 08:45 CEST
Approval of GOC #43 meeting minutesMembers meeting briefingChair´s speaking points for the GOCVote of thanks to GOC membersAOB
1. Adoption of the agenda and approval of GOC #43 meeting minutes
The agenda and the minutes of the G0C#43 meeting were adopted.
Eddie Rich informed of the Members Meeting, noting that the papers were shared in advance. The Members Meeting agenda included approval of the Chair, Board members,