Where We Work: Eurasia

  • 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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  • Georgia

    Although Georgia currently does not have large-scale proven oil and gas reserves or production (current production – approximately 1,100 BOPD), it is worth noting that…

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  • Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan’s extractive sector plays an important role in the country’s development, with revenues constituting more than half of the state budget. It has the largest…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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