This visual booklet, produced in collaboration with the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI), explains in straightforward language the governance and corruption risks presented by hidden company ownership. It goes on to explain how Ghana is addressing the challenge.
This report presents policy-makers with a framework for thinking through the range of natural resource governance responsibilities and the models used by different countries for conferring greater influence to subnational institutions.
Only nine of the 81 SOEs assessed in the 2017 Resource Governance Index achieved a good standard of transparency and accountable governance. This guide attempts to provide a practical reference for SOEs to use as they develop their disclosures.
Dans les pays riches en ressources naturelles, les entreprises publiques ont une influence majeure sur l’économie et la société dans son ensemble. Leurs activités ont souvent des retombées importantes sur la manière dont l’Etat gère l’exploitation minière ou pétrolière et sur le montant des recettes qu’il perçoit.
Formal agreements between resource companies and subnational or local level stakeholders affected by company projects, or local level agreements (LLAs), are becoming an important mechanism for increasing benefits for local communities and minimizing or avoiding conflicts in many countries.
Zambia must preserve government revenues from the mining sector to fund the budget. At the same time, it must avoid further mine closures and a drop in investment required to drive growth in the sector.