Uganda Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Multi-Stakeholder Group inaugurates EITI implementation
The Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) of the EITI holds its 8th meeting in Kampala, Uganda to discuss the July 2020 - June 2021 work-plan to guide the EITI implementation and lead to the publication of Uganda’s first EITI report.
Uganda’s National EITI work-plan has three main objectives: a) To enhance transparency in the extractives sector b) To strengthen revenue management and accountability and c) To build the operational and technical capacity of the MSG and Secretariat to ensure EITI is effectively implemented.
As an EITI member, Uganda will be required to disclose information on contracts and processes of awarding, exploration and production activities and revenue collected from the extractives sector.
The first EITI national report is due in February 2022.The report will detail the key aspects of Uganda’s extractive sector following the framework and guidelines provided in the EITI Standard in order for Uganda to be validated. The successful implementation of EITI will be through close inter-agency collaboration and collective stakeholder contribution.
The MSG comprises 26 members representing the three constituencies of government, oil and mining companies and civil society. Its role is to oversee EITI implementation in Uganda so as to improve the governance of the extractive sector through enhanced transparency and accountability. Uganda joins the EITI
In order to enhance transparency in extractives sector, Uganda is disclosing its EITI costed work plan. Uganda National EITI Workplan (2020-2022)
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