sharing in governance of extractive industries
The sector programme Extractives for Development piloted a new curriculum for peer-learning workshops on ‘Good Financial Governance (GFG) in the Extractives Sector’. The curriculum had been developed in a joint effort with several GIZ programmes and was piloted in Ghana and Sierra Leone/Liberia. The training course combines introductory elements on the GFG concept with practical, interactive training exercises and opportunities for participants to reflect their work in managing the extractive sector of their countries.
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The Extractives and Development sector programme supports government institutions in developing countries to establish their extractive sector to benefit sustainable development in the countries on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).The sector programme Extractives for Development, in cooperation with the Regional Resource Governance Project West Africa in Sierra Leone and Liberia and the Good Financial Governance Programme in Ghana, piloted a new curriculum for peer-learning workshops on ‘Good Financial Governance (GFG) in the Extractives Sector’. The curriculum had been developed in a joint effort by the sector programmes Extractives for Development and Good Financial Governance, the sector network Good Governance Africa and adelphi research GmbH.
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