The report covers all activities implemented from January to December 2017. It provides progress made during the period under review, with a view of updating stakeholders and general public on progress towards implementation of the TEITI work plan. TEITI Annual progress report for 2017 is produced in compliance with requirement 7.4 of the EITI Standard. The implementation of TEITI’s Workplan during January - December 2017 helped advance the goal of deepening transparency in the administration of Tanzania’s extractive industries.
General assessment of year’s performance
Training for ZEC on mainstreaming and beneficial ownership
The training for the Zambia EITI Council (ZEC) focused on mainstreaming and beneficial ownership. The session on mainstreaming focused on exploring ways of how information that is already publicly available on government and company systems can be disclosed in line with the EITI requirements. The session established that most of the information is being published online in varying intervals ranging from quarterly reports to annual reports.
This is Honduras's 2017 Annual Progress Report in accordance to requirement 7.4 and 8.4.
This document is the 2017 Guyana's Annual Progress Report according to Requirement 7 and 8
Recognizing the importance of improving transparency and accountability in the extractive sector, advantage of working together with multi-stakeholder groups & the outcome of their engagement in the overall operation of EITI, the Government has showed its commitment to be open and facilitate fertile environment and to accommodate interested actors and then resumed applying EITI since 2009 and strongly continued extending the objective of the initiative across the country following the designation of the country as a candidate in March 2014.Since then,