Where We Work

  • Algeria

    The Algerian Association in the Fight Against Corruption (AACC in French) has been a member of Publish What You Pay since 2002. The association seeks…

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  • Australia

    PWYP Australia was launched in June 2011. The coalition is made up of a wide range of organisations – human rights, aid, faith-based, anti-corruption, union…

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  • Azerbaijan

    The PWYP affiliated “NGOs for Improving Transparency in Extractive Industries” was launched in 2004 and consists of more than 80 members both in the capital…

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  • Belgium

    Belgium’s PWYP members joined the efforts for the publish what you pay law for extractive companies listed in the EU.

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  • Burkina Faso

    The PWYP coalition in Burkina was relaunched in March 2014 under the name “Mines Alert-PWYP BURKINA”. The coalition works mainly on the EITI process through…

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  • Cameroon

    PWYP-Cameroon was launched in August 2005 by ten organisations and has recently grown to include new members from different parts of the country. Much of…

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  • Canada

    Launched in March 2008, the PWYP Canada coalition has grown to include 15 Canadian organisations and continues to be hosted by Partnership Africa Canada. Given…

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  • Chad

    The Publish What You Pay coalition in Chad was formed in October 2004. It focuses not only on monitoring transparency in public funds and oil…

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  • Côte d’Ivoire

    PWYP Côte d’Ivoire was launched on 26 April 2007. It has local committees in production area in the country: Jacqueville (oil and gas), Grand Lahon…

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  • Democratic Republic of Congo

    PWYP-DRC was launched in 2006 and is made up of 30 organisations. The coalition has focused a lot of its energy towards supporting the implementation…

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  • Denmark

    IBIS has been a member of PWYP since they joined the EU campaign for mandatory disclosures in 2011, they played an important role during Denmark’s…

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  • France

    Publish What You Pay France, launched in 2003, was the first national PWYP coalition. The coalition has focused on extractive transparency at the EU level…

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  • Germany

    PWYP members in Germany were active in the campaign for amendments to the EU Transparency & Accounting Directive. Currently, members also are working on Germany’s…

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  • Guinea

    The PWYP coalition in Guinea was launched in July 2006. Its main areas of activity have been implementing the EITI (the coalition has also been…

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  • Indonesia

    The coalition in Indonesia was formed in 2007. The coalition has focused on supporting the implementation of EITI and its campaign was instrumental in the…

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  • Iraq

    The Iraqi Transparency Alliance for Extractive Industries (ITAEI), established in June 2011, includes representatives of civil society organisations, unions, professional syndicates, media establishments and independent…

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  • Kenya

    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…

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  • Kyrgyzstan

    The NGOs Consortium on EITI in Kyrgyzstan was founded in November 2004. The consortium has long worked with Publish What You Pay but only became…

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  • Latin American Network on the Extractive Industries

    The Latin American Network on the Extractive Industries (RLIE in Spanish) was formed in 2009, based on concerns by Latin American civil society organisations about…

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  • Lebanon

    Lebanese Oil and Gas Initiative (LOGI) joined Publish What You Pay (PWYP) in October 2015 as PWYP’s first Lebanese organisation. Joining PWYP is a big…

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  • Liberia

    PWYP Liberia was launched in August 2006 and has focused on a wide range of issues, not least supporting the implementation of EITI and disseminating…

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  • Madagascar

    The coalition is working to drive key issues on transparency and accountability, including ensuring more effective civil society engagement on the EITI process, driving citizen…

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  • Malawi

    PWYP Malawi is one of the newest coalitions in the PWYP family. The coalition is comprised of 16 members and is currently hosted by Citizens…

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  • Mali

    PWYP-Mali was launched in April 2008. The coalition has focused on a range of issues, including the country’s implementation of the EITI. As part of…

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  • Mauritania

    The PWYP-Mauritania coalition was launched in April 2006 and consists of a steering committee and technical team. It focuses on four specific points: implementing the…

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  • Mongolia

    The PWYP Coalition in Mongolia was launched in 2006. The coalition has focused its efforts on the effective implementation of EITI but also works on…

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  • Mozambique

    PWYP Mozambique is part of the Mozambican CSO platform for natural resources and extractive industry. The platform is composed of 34 membership organisations, hosted by…

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  • Netherlands

    PWYP members in the Netherlands were active in the campaign for amendments to the EU Transparency & Accounting Directive and have also supported the work…

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  • Niger

    Launched in 2006, the PWYP Niger coalition has focused on several issues, including the implementation of EITI, budget transparency, capacity building and raising awareness among…

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  • Nigeria

    PWYP Nigeria was launched in 2004 and has supported the effective implementation of EITI, which in Nigeria has included the adoption of an EITI Act.…

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  • Norway

    The coalition in Norway was founded in 2006. PWYP Norway has focused it work on mandatory disclosure rules and the introduction of country-by-country reporting at…

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  • Philippines

    Bantay Kita-PWYP Philippines was formed in 2009 and joined Publish What You Pay as an affiliated coalition in 2013. The coalition supports the implementation of…

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  • Republic of Congo

    The Congolese coalition was created on 5 September 2003. Since then, it has been involved in several initiatives, namely supporting the effective implementation of the…

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  • Rwanda

    MPDH became PWYP’s first member in Rwanda in November 2014. The organisation had been involved in the campaign against illegal extraction of natural resources in…

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  • Senegal

    PWYP Senegal was affiliated as a PWYP coalition in April 2015 and is formed of 18 NGOs and associations involved in extractive industries governance. PWYP…

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  • Sierra Leone

    NACE, the National Advocacy Coalition on Extractive Industries, was launched in 2001 and later joined as an affiliate PWYP coalition. It continues to play an…

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  • Spain

    CCBM is working to expand the PWYP membership in Spain (and Europe through EN-RE) with the view of establishing a national coalition to explain to…

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  • Switzerland

    PWYP members in Switzerland have worked on a range of issues, from supporting the campaigns of African coalitions such as PWYP Niger to campaigning for…

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  • Tajikistan

    In August 2011, 21 Tajikistani NGOs founded the “Transparency for Development” coalition. Since then, the coalition has been working on an informational campaign to promote…

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  • Tanzania

    The Global Council took the decision on April 8 2015 to suspend the Tanzanian coalition following governance and membership challenges. This means that for the…

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  • Tchad

    La coalition de Publiez ce que vous payez au Tchad a été formée en octobre 2004. Son principal objectif n’est pas seulement de surveiller la…

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  • Timor-Leste

    Since 2008 PWYP has two members operating in Timor-Leste, their focus is on promoting the right to free and prior informed consent and supporting the…

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  • Togo

    The PWYP-Togo coalition focuses on implementing the EITI process through disseminating data and monitoring the use of revenues. It engages in advocacy with a view…

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  • Tunisia

    The Tunisian Coalition for Transparency in Energy and Mines is a PWYP affiliated coalition which launched officially in March 2015. It includes 16 civil society…

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  • Uganda

    The PWYP coalition in Uganda was launched in 2008 and works on a range of issues – from campaigning for the country to join EITI…

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  • Ukraine

    In 2009 “EnergyTransparency” Association was launched to unite the efforts of Ukrainian NGOs working on transparency and accountability in the extractive industries. In January 2014,…

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  • United Kingdom

    In 2013 the EU adopted the Accounting and Transparency Directives, which oblige all EU-listed and large EU-registered extractive companies to publish what they pay to…

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  • United States

    PWYP-US was launched in 2004 and has focused its work on mandatory disclosures. The key piece of relevant legislation in the US is the Cardin-Lugar…

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  • Yemen

    The PWYP affiliated Transparency Coalition for Extractive Industries (TCEI) was launched in 2009. One of its first activities was the campaign for an access to…

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  • Zambia

    PWYP Zambia was established in 2009 and has played an important role in supporting the implementation of EITI. As well as participating in the EITI…

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  • Zimbabwe

    PWYP-Zimbabwe, launched in 2011, focuses its efforts on mining legislation such as the proposed Diamond Revenue Bill, the Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill, the Mineral…

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