Kenya

No EITI Status

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PWYP has had members in Kenya since 2012, their primary focus has been calling for Kenya to join the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and advocating on the country’s mining bill.

Key Facts

  • Natural resources include titanium, gold, coal and oil with estimated reserves of copper, niobium, manganese and rare earth minerals.
  • Tullow struck oil in Kenya in 2012 and commercial production is expected to start in 2017-2018.
  • One of the world’s top five rare earth minerals deposit is in Kwale, Kenya.
  • East African, Financial Times, Oxford Business Group

Key Contacts

  • Name: Maurice Ouma Odhiambo
  • Email: jamaaresourceinitiatives@gmail.com
  • Telephone:

Members

  • Jamaa Resource Initiatives
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