Where We Work: Africa

  • 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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  • 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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  • Ghana

    Publish What You Pay Ghana is a coalition of about 30 civil society organisations that focuses on advocacy in the areas of oil exploration and…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • South Africa

    PWYP-SA was launched in 2016 and is comprised of 11 members. PWYP-SA provides a platform where innovators from various community organisations, civil society organisations, faith-based…

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  • Tanzania

    HakiRasilimali is a platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working on strategic issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanzania. The coalition emerged from…

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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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  • 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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  • United Kingdom

    In 2016 for the first time, more than 80 UK-registered and London Stock Exchange-traded oil, gas and mining companies reported their payments to governments in…

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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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