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Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). EITI Board Meeting Lima, Peru – June 27 & 28, 2012 An Overview Briefing on WB/EITI MDTF -- Strategy and Work Plan Priorities Javier Aguilar / Diana Corbin / Kristina Svensson EITI Multi-donor Trust Fund (MDTF)

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extractive industries transparency initiative eiti
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

EITI Board Meeting

Lima, Peru – June 27 & 28, 2012

An Overview Briefing on WB/EITI MDTF --

Strategy and Work Plan Priorities

Javier Aguilar / Diana Corbin / Kristina Svensson

EITI Multi-donor Trust Fund (MDTF)

World Bank - Oil, Gas and Mining Policy Unit (SEGOM)

eiti mdtf s core mandate continues four pillars
EITI MDTF’s core mandate continues - four pillars
    • Technical assistance (TA) and funding to MSWGs – EITI implementation
      • MDTF work plan covers 60+ MSWGs / countries
      • increasing focus on post-compliant support
  • TA work done in liaison with EITI Secretariat Oslo and donors; CSOs; IFIs
  • New countries - aligned with Outreach and Candidacy committee strategy
  • Active support to applicant countries - close coordination with Int. Secretariat
  • New CSOs capacity building strategy (in addition to TA via MSWGs)

 close liaison and collaboration with international and national CSOs

  • Active EITI MDTF support for global/regional EITI knowledge management

 Active coordination on training; publications; peer to peer learning; monitoring & evaluation

evolving mdtf support in eiti implementing countries
Evolving MDTF support in EITI- implementing countries

As of March 31, 2012

  • US$58.8 million pledged by 15 donors, US$53.5 million received
  • Work program for FY13-14 calls for a total budget of US$50.9 million:
  • US$27.3 million actual disbursements

- US$14.2m active or closed recipient-level grants;

- US$8.2m in technical assistance by the World Bank; and

- US$5.0m for knowledge, learning, CSO support, fiduciary

  • US$23.6 million planned disbursements

- US$11.2m in grants being processed or planned;

- US$7.5m in technical assistance by the World Bank; and

- US$4.8m for knowledge, learning, CSO support, fiduciary

  • In addition, from inception through March 2012, the World Bank Group has disbursed US$6.6m through its own budget processes and

US$1.1m through the Development Grant Facility (DGF)

status of country level support
Status of country-level support
  • 15 grants Completed and Closed, total value US$4.7 million
  • 22 currently Signed/Active Phase I and/or Phase II grant for a total value of US$9.4 million
  • 13 new grants being Processed—10 grant agreements for candidate countries 3 post-compliance grants for a total value of US$5.4 million
  • 12 grants have been Approved by the Management Committee and Not Yet Processed for a total value of US$3.8 million
  • 6 countries are in dialogue for a total value of US$2.0 million.
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Country Portfolio Summary - WB EITI MDTF technical assistance As of June 06, 2012

1/ = by decision of EITI Board, as reflected on International EITI web site. Candidate countries required to complete validation process (for EITI-compliant status) within timeline specified by the EITI Rules.

2/ = Sao Tome e Principe and Equatorial Guinea, previously EITI candidate countries, were delisted from EITI effective April 16, 2010 – but now have resumed the EITI work needed to apply for new candidacy.

3/ = The EITI status of these is that of “EITI-compliant – Suspended” and “ EITI candidate – Suspended”” respectively, for the country-specific reasons and for duration as indicated by the EITI Board decisions.

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Summary EITI MDTF Work Plan for FY12–FY14

WB/MDTF faces two wide-ranging challenges going forward:

  • Sustain current WB/MDTF support for EITI implementation, through:
  • - Continued support to implementing countries to achieve compliance status;
  • - Expanded CSO capacity building efforts;
  • - Enhanced training beyond stand alone activities;
  • - Development of the EITI Handbook into an interactive tool for knowledge sharing and advisory/guidance to all EITI practitioners; and
  • - Closer follow-up on MDTF results framework and improvements to capturing country results.
  • Adjust WB/MDTF support to implement the “new” EITI.
  • WB/MDTF technical assistance and funding would very likely need to be adjusted. Main implications: scope, time line, cost of MDTF assistance
eiti implementation demands fy12
EITI implementation demands - FY12

Candidate Countries

  • Applications / Preparatory work for new applicants
  • Scoping studies for materiality / quality assurance
  • Tax confidentiality studies, study tours, specially in LAC
  • Pre-validation assessments – awareness for MSG
  • Regular reporting

Compliant Countries

  • Regular reporting
  • Follow up on recommendations
  • Links and existing innovations