Using EITI for Policy Reform:
Natural Resource Governance Institute Guide to the EITI Standard

This guide advises on how the EITI can generate meaningful information that improves natural resource governance.

The EITI Standard has 7 Requirements
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Requirement 1

Effective oversight by
the multi-stakeholder
group.

Requirement 2

Timely publication
of EITI Reports.

Requirement 3

EITI Reports that
include contextual
information about
the extractive
industries.

Requirement 4

The production of
comprehensive
EITI Reports.

Requirement 5

A credible
assurance
process applying
international
standards.

Requirement 6

EITI Reports that
are comprehensible,
actively promoted,
publicly accessible,
and contribute to
public debate.

Requirement 7

The multi-
stakeholder group
to take steps to act
on lessons learned
and review the
outcomes and
impact of EITI
implementation.

Processes
Requirement 1

Policy Areas
Requirements 3 & 4

Processes Policies

MSG
MSG
Governance

CS
Civil Society
Participation

AR
Allocation
of Rights

PD
Production
Data

RC
Revenue
Collection

SOE
State-owned
Enterprises

SR
Subnational
Revenues

SI
Social
Impact

RM
Revenue
Management

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