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Kathrin Frauscher
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Marieta Fall and Kathrin Frauscher are now friends
May 31, 2013
Seember Nyager commented on Kathrin Frauscher's blog post 'Procurement Monitoring in the Mining Province of Mongolia'
"Hi Kathrin, it is heartening to read about the great work and potential that lies for CSOs in Mongolia to actively contribute to the management of public resources. I am really impressed with the initiative that allows CSOs to observe the evaluation…"
Sep 29, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher posted a blog post

Procurement Monitoring in the Mining Province of Mongolia

Last week, we spent some days in the Umnugobi province of Mongolia. Umnugobi (UG) is in South Gobi where two of the biggest mines of Mongolia are, Oyu Tolgoi and Tavan Tolgoi.  The size of these two mines is mind-staggering, with roughly a trillion dollars in estimated reserves. By 2016, mining is expected to contribute more than half of Mongolia’s GDP and 95 percent of its exports.…See More
Sep 25, 2012
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"Stories from our partners on Open Contracting: http://futureisopen.tumblr.com/"
Jul 27, 2012
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How to monitor every single contract?

I had an ‘aha moment’ the other day about the number of contracts that CSOs are supposed to monitor in a country like the Philippines. Read more about it on Pro-Act: http://pro-act.org/profiles/blogs/how-to-monitor-every-single-contract.See More
Jul 27, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher posted a blog post

What is next on the road to open contracting?

This is a question that I have been pondering about while I am meeting partners working on open contracting (i.e. contract transparency and monitoring) in the Philippines. I share some of my questions on pro-act. http://pro-act.org/profiles/blogs/what-is-next-on-the-road-to-open-contracting. I believe these questions are also relevant for EI. I would love to hear your insights!…See More
Jul 22, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher commented on Kathrin Frauscher's blog post 'The power of communities - monitoring EI in Asia'
"Hi Daniel. ANSA EAP is working on a workshop report. I will make sure to share it on GOXI when it is ready."
Jul 22, 2012
daniel gilbert commented on Kathrin Frauscher's blog post 'The power of communities - monitoring EI in Asia'
"Hi, Kathrin.  Looks like a very useful event, excellent.  Is the event going to produce some/a presentation on its outcomes and/or a/some PowerPoint presentation(s)?  All the Best, Daniel"
Jul 18, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher commented on Kathrin Frauscher's blog post 'The power of communities - monitoring EI in Asia'
"Day 2 of the meeting focused on identifying lessons learned and action planning for the next 12 months. To read more about what we discussed and planned, check out our tumblr: http://futureisopen.tumblr.com/."
Jul 18, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher posted a blog post

The power of communities - monitoring EI in Asia

I learned today about 5 fascinating community monitoring projects in Asia. The projects show the power of communities to monitor oil and mining projects and to work with local authorities and companies to achieve change.I am at the regional case conference of ANSA EAP on community score cards in extractive industries.The meeting…See More
Jul 17, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher commented on Elison Karuhanga's blog post 'Transparency is only part of the story'
"I was wondering what people's experience with 'transparency portals' are? Countries like Liberia, Nigeria and Timor Leste have website where certain contracts and other information are disclosed. However, often these portals are not…"
Feb 2, 2012
Kathrin Frauscher and Charles Young are now friends
May 31, 2011
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Apr 13, 2011
Kathrin Frauscher posted a blog post

Contract Monitoring featured in Access to Information Newsletter

Hello all. Attached a newsletter from the Carter Center, the International School of Transparency at the University of Cape Town and teh WBI on "Preparing to Implement Access to Information" in Ghana, Sierra Leone and Liberia. It also includes an article on Contract Monitoring.Let us know what you think!Cheers,Kathrin…See More
Apr 13, 2011
Kathrin Frauscher replied to Kathrin Frauscher's discussion 'Draft Report from Liberia Meeting' in the group Monitoring of Contracts
"Hello everyone.   Any feeback on the report?   Thanks!   Kathrin"
Mar 9, 2011

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World Bank Institute
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International Organisation
About My Work
I work for the Governance for Extractive Industries porgram.
Areas of interest
Governance and anti-corruption, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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Procurement Monitoring in the Mining Province of Mongolia

Posted on September 25, 2012 at 13:49 1 Comment

Last week, we spent some days in the Umnugobi province of Mongolia. Umnugobi (UG) is in South Gobi where two of the biggest mines of Mongolia are, Oyu Tolgoi and Tavan Tolgoi.  The size of these two mines is mind-staggering, with roughly a trillion dollars in estimated reserves. By 2016, mining is expected to contribute more than half of Mongolia’s GDP and 95 percent of its exports.…

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How to monitor every single contract?

Posted on July 27, 2012 at 7:36 0 Comments

I had an ‘aha moment’ the other day about the number of contracts that CSOs are supposed to monitor in a country like the Philippines. Read more about it on Pro-Act: http://pro-act.org/profiles/blogs/how-to-monitor-every-single-contract.

What is next on the road to open contracting?

Posted on July 22, 2012 at 5:01 0 Comments

This is a question that I have been pondering about while I am meeting partners working on open contracting (i.e. contract transparency and monitoring) in the Philippines. I share some of my questions on pro-act. http://pro-act.org/profiles/blogs/what-is-next-on-the-road-to-open-contracting. I believe these questions are also relevant for EI. I would love to hear your insights!…

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The power of communities - monitoring EI in Asia

Posted on July 17, 2012 at 16:45 3 Comments

I learned today about 5 fascinating community monitoring projects in Asia. The projects show the power of communities to monitor oil and mining projects and to work with local authorities and companies to achieve change.

I am at the regional case conference of ANSA EAP on community score cards in extractive industries.…

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At 15:16 on August 2, 2010, Graham Baxter said…
Sorry it took me so long to pick this up - I've just been buried!

Graham
At 4:49 on July 17, 2010, Dr. John G. Griffin, Jr. said…
Ok will add you sorry forgot
At 15:25 on July 6, 2010, Mohammed Amin Adam said…
Hi
The consultations on Ghana's preparation for oil and gas has been instnsive recently. Following civil society regional forums on the policies and legal frameworks being developed by government for the petroleum sector, the Civil society platform on oil and gas which I coordinate held a 'citizens summit on oil and gas on 24th June 2010 which brought together more than 250 participants from civil society, government, parliament and the media to consolidate CSO positions for presentation to government and parliament ahead of the final bills that will be laid before parliament by government. The citizens summit ended with a communique which was presented to the Ministers of Energy and Finance and also to teh wider Ghanaian citizens through a press conference held on 30th June 2010. Now we are doing outreach in the regions explaining the contenst of the communique to the general public to enable them participate in the debate on the petroleum related bills when they are finally laid before parliament. The Minister of Energy and the Deputy Minister of Finance attended the summit.
The world bank, oxfam america and friedrich ebert foundation and IBIS sponsored the summit.
At 17:27 on June 18, 2010, Robert Lugolobi said…
We grateful for your invitation and hope to use this grate opportunity to interact and exchange views and ideas as well as reports
At 17:37 on June 16, 2010, Franklin Obed Siakor said…
Hi
I am just back in the office after my DC trip. Will get in touch next week.
At 16:52 on June 15, 2010, Arne H. Theissen said…
Hi Kathrin,
wie schön von Dir zu hören. Mir geht es sehr gut. Wie geht es Dir?

For everyone who is interested in learning german, just let me know ;)

Alle the best

Arne
At 15:50 on June 15, 2010, Robert Lugolobi said…
Hi Kathrin and the rest of the Goxis what a great initiative to get us together through IT. I would be interested to sahre our experience with IPs except we have evaluations which is consuming my time hope to upload some IP stuff soon
Thanks
At 13:10 on June 15, 2010, Victor Ngeny said…
Hi Ibrahim,
All the information you post on the group is available to all members and the should be a ble to see it through you profile page or the activity page.
At 8:41 on June 15, 2010, Bernadette Mwakacheya said…
You are right Kathrin, contracts is one important area of interest. I will be making my comments on the posts soon.
At 7:44 on June 15, 2010, Kasita Ibrahim Emolu said…
Dear Kathrin,

That is exactly what I am trying to do. I agree with you that a group of Journalists added in the GOXI platform is the best way forward. However you could advise me how that group could be added. Already I have invited three two Journalists as my friends in my GOXI pages including my Editor Paul Busharizi. The other issue is that I have some information that I would like or try to share with the group about EI but that information is only in my GOXI page. How can I make that information accessible by all GOXI members? Already three articles are are on my page. Could you also advise me on how to create this EI Media group?
 
 
 

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