Maximising our resources
PWYP makes the most of our limited resources. By reflecting constantly on the best ways to diversify, use, optimise and channel our funds, we can adapt when necessary, to remain lean and effective in all we do – including supporting our members to deliver on our global strategy.
Funding and spending
The PWYP Secretariat receives funding from donors who support our mission, vision and global goals. To preserve our independence, PWYP does not accept funding from oil, gas or mining companies. We are open and accountable about our governance, funding sources and spending – and we support PWYP members and coalitions in demonstrating the same high standards.
National coalitions are responsible for their own fundraising, with support from the Secretariat through grants for key projects to help achieve our overall strategy. To be eligible for support from the Secretariat, member organisations must meet PWYP’s strict governance and accountability criteria. The Secretariat provides ongoing support in grant management and project implementation, to ensure funds are used optimally to deliver our mission of making oil, gas and mineral governance open, accountable, sustainable, equitable and responsive to all people.
PWYP joint fundraising & re-granting policy:
2020 review of the PWYP joint fundraising & re-granting policy:
From strengthening civil society’s engagement in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, to protecting activists under threat and strengthening global norms of information disclosure in the extractive sector, PWYP’s Annual Report outlines our activities in 2018. It shows their impact within a changing global context, and highlights our priorities for 2019, including a concerted approach to implementing our new Global Strategy – Vision 2025. A full independent auditor’s report details our funding and how it was spent.All our reports >