Guinea’s Ministry of Mines and Geology (MMG) has just released an updated, expanded mining contracts portal. This is the latest milestone in a multi-year journey toward better and more complete online disclosure of agreements critical to the country’s development.
Last week the mining industry held the African Mining Indaba, its annual sector meeting in Cape Town. Concurrently, civil society organizations from across the region met for the ninth annual Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI).
En août 2017, dix journalistes et acteurs de la société civile de la Guinée ont participé à la 7ème édition de l’université d’été du Centre d’Excellence pour la Gouvernance des Industries Extractives en Afrique Francophone (CEGIEAF) à Yaoundé.
NRGI set out to collect total oil, gas and mining revenue data for the countries included in the Resource Governance Index to find out how many dollars flow to governments that mismanage the handling of their natural resources.
Despite an overall positive trajectory, Guinea's citizens have not yet fully benefited from the country’s natural resources. This is largely due to poor governance performance in the past, as well as some lingering challenges.