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Kristian Lempa favorited Rachel Etter-Phoya's blog post 10 things I learned from Malawi’s first EITI report
May 11
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10 things I learned from Malawi’s first EITI report

10 things I learned from Malawi’s first EITI reportWith Rachel Etter-PhoyaA few days ago, Moore Stephens submitted the final version of Malawi’s first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative report to the Multi-Stakeholder Group. This means I have had a chance to already read through the first report and decided over the next month to share 10 things I learned, 10 recommendations…See More
May 11
Fritz Brugger and Rachel Etter-Phoya are now friends
Mar 15
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Investigate Malawi’s Oil Contracts - NRJN & PWYP Malawi

Investigate Malawi’s Oil ContractsPresident should not approve addendum to 30-year agreementsLilongwe, 27 February 2017 – On 12 May 2014, eight days before the elections, the Minister of Mining signed production sharing agreements for three of Malawi’s petroleum blocks. If oil exploration is successful, the agreements could be in place for thirty years covering exploration, extraction, and closure. These agreements give Malawi a raw deal and an incoherent fiscal package according to an analysis…See More
Mar 1
Rachel Etter-Phoya favorited Kendra Dupuy's blog post New publication on anti-corruption in community development schemes in the mining sector
Feb 28
Rachel Etter-Phoya is now friends with Aboubacar Traore and Colin Tinto
Feb 28
Rachel Etter-Phoya favorited Publish What You Pay Indonesia's blog post Open Mining: From Extractive Data Disclosure to Citizen Empowerment
Oct 24, 2016
Rachel Etter-Phoya favorited Stefan Bauchowitz's blog post GIZ recrute un(e) assistant technique (H/F) dans le domaine de la gouvernance des ressources minérales
Oct 24, 2016
Isabella Gerber favorited Rachel Etter-Phoya's blog post Views from Malawi's ASM sector: Malawi losing out through gemstone smuggling
Oct 21, 2016
Adam Smith International favorited Rachel Etter-Phoya's blog post Views from Malawi's ASM sector: Malawi losing out through gemstone smuggling
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Oct 5, 2016
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"They Destroyed Everything": Human Rights Watch releases report on mining and human rights in Malawi

Today, ahead of the International Right to Know Day, Human Rights Watch (HRW) launched They Destroyed Everything”: Mining and Human Rights in Malawi” in Lilongwe, Malawi, today with 60 stakeholders. The report "documents…See More
Oct 4, 2016
Rachel Etter-Phoya favorited Lutz Neumann's blog post New Study: Assessing the Effectiveness and Impact of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)
Oct 4, 2016
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"They Destroyed Everything": Human Rights Watch releases report on mining and human rights in Malawi

Today, ahead of the International Right to Know Day, Human Rights Watch (HRW) launched They Destroyed Everything”: Mining and Human Rights in Malawi” in Lilongwe, Malawi, today with 60 stakeholders. The report "documents…See More
Sep 27, 2016
Rachel Etter-Phoya posted a blog post

Malawi participates in first Africa Mining Vision Civil Society Forum in Nairobi

Sixty civil society representatives have gathered today in Nairobi, Kenya, for the first Africa Mining Vision (AMV) Civil Society Forum. The Africa Mining Vision adopted by African Heads of State and Government in 2009 has the long-term goal of…See More
Sep 14, 2016
daniel gilbert favorited Rachel Etter-Phoya's blog post Who benefits from our resources? Malawi EITI starts work on beneficial ownership disclosure
Sep 8, 2016

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Mining in Malawi (blog owner) and Citizens for Justice
Type of Organisation
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Website
http://www.mininginmalawi.com
Job Title
Head of Accountability, Policy and Programmes at Citizens for Justice, Malawi (CIM Integrated Expert)
About My Work
I am currently working as Head of Accountability, Policy and Programmes at Citizens for Justice (CFJ) in Lilongwe, Malawi (through the CIM Integrated Expert programme). Through this, I am sitting on Malawi's EITI Multi-Stakeholder Group, active in PWYP Malawi and working on CFJ's engagement on demanding accountability in public finance, anti-corruption, and in the extractives, especially mining, oil and gas. CFJ was set up in 2007 in response to the first large-scale mining project in Malawi. Prior to this, I was based in Malawi's Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining as a Senior Revenue Specialist with the Revenue Development Foundation.

My interest in Malawi's mining sector, the country where I grew up, expresses itself in the website I run, Mining in Malawi, www.mininginmalawi.com. In the last two years I have worked on a number of extractive industries related consultancies and projects for Imani Development, the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace, the Southern Africa Resource Watch (OSISA) and the SADC Parliamentary Forum.

Find me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/rachel-etter/80/29b/49a
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Rachel Etter-Phoya's Blog

10 things I learned from Malawi’s first EITI report

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Eye on Malawi's Extractives Rachel Etter-Phoya

10 things I learned from Malawi’s first EITI report

With Rachel Etter-Phoya

A few days ago, Moore Stephens submitted the final version of Malawi’s first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative report to the Multi-Stakeholder Group. This means I have had a chance to already read through the first report and decided…

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Investigate Malawi’s Oil Contracts - NRJN & PWYP Malawi

Posted on March 1, 2017 at 8:58 0 Comments

Investigate Malawi’s Oil Contracts

President should not approve addendum to 30-year agreements

Lilongwe, 27 February 2017 – On 12 May 2014, eight days before the elections, the Minister of Mining signed production sharing agreements for three of Malawi’s petroleum blocks. If oil exploration is successful, the agreements could be in place for thirty years covering exploration, extraction, and closure. These agreements give Malawi a raw deal…

Continue

"They Destroyed Everything": Human Rights Watch releases report on mining and human rights in Malawi

Posted on September 27, 2016 at 16:59 0 Comments

Today, ahead of the International Right to Know Day, Human Rights Watch (HRW) launched They Destroyed Everything”: Mining and Human Rights in Malawi” in Lilongwe, Malawi, today with 60 stakeholders. The report "documents…

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