This EITI report covers Peru's extractive sector from 2017-2018. It is published in Spanish.
Ghana’s Multi-Stakeholder Group and GIZ commissioned a report to examine how EITI implementation has contributed to strengthening domestic revenue mobilisation. The study found that the implementation of fiscal reforms, which were recommended in GHEITI Reports, led to an additional USD 714 million in government revenue between 2004 and 2018. These revenues were accrued mainly from a review of mineral royalties and corporate income taxes.
This is the Albania EITI 2021-2022 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
UK EITI Workplan 2021 covering planned activities by the UK EITI MSG in 2021.
This guidance note refers to the 2019 EITI Standard
In addition to taxes levied by central, regional and local governments, extractive companies often make social and environmental contributions in the areas where they operate. These contributions can be made to central, regional or local governments, communities, non-governmental organisations or other third parties.
The yearly work plans set out core activities by the International Secretariat, and are approved by the EITI Board. The work plans reflect the key priorities of the international management of the EITI for the following calendar year.
This is the Timor-Leste EITI 2021 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
This is the Armenia EITI 2021-2022 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
This EITI Report covers Kazakhstan's extractive sector in 2018. The report is available in Russian.