sharing in governance of extractive industries
Below is an exciting update in French from Ahamadou Mohamed Maiga, who has been working with Publish What You Pay and Mining Shared Value on an OSIWA-supported project in West Africa to promote use of the Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism (LPRM; MRAL en français). A proper English translation is in the works - for now Google Translate does a reasonable job.
ACCROITRE LA PRODUCTION DE L’INFORMATION DANS LE CADRE DE L’APPROVISIONNEMENT DANS LE SECTEUR MINIER…Continue
We are excited to let everyone know that the Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism (LPRM) is now available in Spanish. Commissioned by GIZ GmbH, the Mining LPRM is a publicly available set of disclosures to help mine sites all provide the same information on their local procurement efforts and results. It is also available in French.
Below is this short announcement in Spanish and the link to where it can be downloaded. …Continue
Piece originally posted on the blog of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
The EITI requires mining companies in implementing countries to report taxes and revenue payments made to the government in a standardised format. However, companies’ payments for the procurement of goods and services – in most cases the single largest…
As part of our work with the World Bank's Extractives-led Local Economic Diversification Community of Practice (ELLED CoP), we have put together this handy schedule of events during this week's big Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town, that touch on local content and other themes of ELLED.
For the full Indaba agenda, see here: …