This is the EITI Indonesia 2016-2017 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
Data quality and assuranceThis guidance note refers to the 2016 EITI Standard
The EITI Standard seeks to ensure a credible EITI reporting process that produces reliable data. While data quality issues are relevant to all aspect of EITI implementation, the EITI Standard puts a particular emphasis on whether the data on company payments and government revenues (within the scope of EITI reporting) are subject to credible, independent audit, applying international auditing standards.
Burkina Faso published its 2016-2018 EITI workplan which was approved by its tri-partite multi-stakeholder group on 28 June 2016. This document serves as a road map for the execution of activities aimed at consolidating transparency in the extractive industries.
Its main objectives include ensuring the effective functioning of the multi-stakeholder group, publication of mining contracts on the website, improving the quality of EITI reporting and preparation for the country's Validation.
The work plan presents all activities EITI Democratic Republic of Congo is planning for the period in question.
This EITI Report covers Peru's extractive sector in 2014. It was published in 2016.
This guidance note refers to the 2016 EITI Standard
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EITI implementation requires giving attention to day-to-day activities to support the government and the multi-stakeholder group (MSG) in carrying out their functions.
Among the requirements for government engagement under 1.1 b of the EITI Standard is the ability to mobilise resources for EITI implementation.
The work plan presents all activities EITI Niger is planning for the period in question.
This is Mauritania's 2016-2018 EITI Workplan.
This sub-national EITI Report covers Piura region in Peru's extractive sector in 2012 and 2013. It was published in 2016.
The EITI Standard mandates that where transfers between national ans sub-national government entities are related to revenues generated by extractive industries and are mandated, the country is required to ensure that material transfers are disclosed (requirement 5.2 of the EITI Standard
Learn more about EITI in Piura, Peru in the website of EITI Piura.
This is Peru's work plan, which was submitted by the EITI Peru national secretariat. The work plan includes the objectives and priorities for EITI implementation and associated activities.
The EITI Standard Requirement 1.5 e) requires countries to make it available to the public.