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Expected immediate outcomes include: (1) providing support to the new national anti-corruption office (OFNAC) to render it fully operational and to allow Senegal to better identify and address cases of corruption; (2) providing support to the audit office to strengthen its capacity to investigate and apply decisions and to implement standardized procedures that allow more timely and effective audit processing; (3) providing support to access to information and transparency, especially for the publication of reports and the dissemination of information on a website; and (4) providing support to Senegal with regard to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and to the compliance with its norms.
Leading national experts also acquainted participants with the potential of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, ways to enhance energy efficiency, the influence of legislation and information on the Aarhus Centres' activities, and the results of the 22nd OSCE Economic and Environmental Forum, which focused on responses to environmental challenges with a view to promoting co-operation and security in the OSCE area.
iPAD DRC's Nicole Smith explains: “We have an expert panel of 11 judges, including representatives from Ernst & Young, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and civil society.
23 ( ANI ): The International Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has declared Kazakhstan as a "compliant country" onsofar as observing prescribed EITI standards.
Caracal Energy Officially Listed as a Supporting Company of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative CALGARY, Aug.
For example, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative recently improved its global standard by requiring the disclosure of corporate payments and government revenues.
This is indeed one of the principles of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)," said Paulus Noa, Director of the Anti-Corruption Commission.
Ministers for Development Pascal Canfin (France) and Justine Greening (UK)welcomed the revised EITI Standard, saying that that "France and the United Kingdom fully encourage the strengthening and the extension of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)".