sharing in governance of extractive industries
The first, in the series of capacity building and training for journalists in oil and gas begun last Thursday here in Accra for a selected coalition of reporters- Journalist Against Corruption (JAC) with a call to them to re-focus and drive hard in advocating underhand dealings in the oil and gas sector.
The Executive Director African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Dr Mohammed Amin Adam made the call that it also takes a collective effort and will to fight…Continue
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GOXIan, Jonathan Pell from Adam Smith International writes this week in the Guardian about EITI implementation in Mongolia.
"Show me the money! Strengthening EITI implementation in Mongolia" Mongolia is a leading EITI implementer but its full potential as a supplier of relevant and useable extractives information is yet to be…Continue
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By Coletta Wanjohi, Uganda
Bank of Uganda's main role is advising the government on all matters pertaining economic policy and de-velopment and this also involves the oil sector. The National Oil and Gas Policy that was approved by cabi-net in 2008 gives Bank of Uganda the mandate to be the manager of the oil revenue. This means that when Uganda's oil starts flowing and it is either exported or sold whatever revenue is realized will be managed largely by the central…Continue
Added by Coletta Nyawira Wanjohi on April 12, 2012 at 9:05 — No Comments