What the EITI does
18.03.2016

What the EITI does

A country’s natural resources, such as oil, gas, metals and minerals, belong to its citizens. Extraction of these resources can lead to economic growth and social development. 

Where implementation happens
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Where implementation happens

EITI matters. Implementing countries disclose information on tax payments, licenses, contracts, production and other key elements around resource extraction. Most of these countries use the EITI to inform their extractive sector policies.

Platform for progress

Bringing governance issues to the next level

Strengthen government systems
30.03.2016

Strengthening government systems

Extractive industry transparency should not be confined to EITI Reports; it should become an integral feature of how governments manage the sector, and of how companies ensure accountability to their shareholders and host communities.

Following the money
18.03.2016

Following the money

Transparency in revenue allocations enables citizens to track whether the money from the extractive sector ends up in the national budget or is distributed to other funds or government entities.

Country focus

Stories of change from EITI countries

From reports to reform

Highlighting the potential of recommendations from EITI Reports