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Remarks by Dr. Steve Manteaw on behalf of CSOs PDF Print E-mail

- Regional Conference, September 2012

Na Chairman, your Excellency the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana,distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen. I represent a coalition, whose membership at present includes organized groupsand NGOs working on mining, oil and gas, forestry, public sector accountability,policy advocacy, and environmental issues. These include: the Integrated SocialDevelopment Centre (ISODEC), Friends of the Nation, Centre for Public InterestLaw, Public Agenda, the Trades Union Congress of Ghana, the National CatholicSecretariat, League of Environmental Journalists, NEWENERGY, and WACAM.

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Keynote Address By Hon. Dr. Kwabena Duffuor At Ghana EITI Breakfast Meeting On The Ghana Eiti Draft Bill PDF Print E-mail

Mr. Chairman
Colleague Ministers
Honourable Members of Parliament,
Members of the Ghana EITI National Steering Committee
Friends of the Media
Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen

1. It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to this all important breakfast meeting on the Ghana EITI Draft Bill. As a government and in line with the NDC party manifesto, the principles of EITI support our
efforts to promote good and accountable governance in our natural resource sectors.

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Government Calls For Paradigm Shift In Africa Mining PDF Print E-mail

Government has affirmed that it would work effectively with Civil Society Organizations and other stakeholders in the mining sector for the realization of the transformative perspective of the Africa Mining Vision (AMV). The AMV is a pathway agreed by African nations that put the continentís long term and broad development objectives at the heart of all policy-making concerned with mineral extraction. It sets out how mining can be used to drive continental development. It was adopted by Heads of States and Governments at February 2009 African Union (AU) Summit following the October 2008 meeting of African ministers responsible for Mineral Resources Development.

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Chamber Of Mines Report Raises Eyebrows PDF Print E-mail

The Ghana Chamber of Mines, an association of mining companies, has launched an eyebrow-raising report, claiming that "On average 9.2% of a mining entity's revenue is paid to Government in taxes and contributions borne."† What the report means is that individual mining companies operating in Ghana paid $9.20 of every $100 (or GHC18 out of every GHC196) of their revenue to government in the form of taxes and other contributions in 2009 and 2010. Government in the form of taxes and other contributions in 2009 and 2010.

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Second Sensitisation Workshop For Communities In The Oil And Gas Catchment Area PDF Print E-mail

The GHEITI Secretariat is organizing the Second Sensitisation Workshop for Communities in the Oil and Gas Catchment Area from 5th -7th July, 2012 in Axim at the Axim Beach Hotel, Western Region.†

The workshops will provide an opportunity to extensively engage communities within the catchment areas in the Nzema East and the Ellembelle districts of the Western Region on the principles of EITI, the relevance of Ghana EITI in promoting accountable governance and role of communities, and on the GHEITI Oil/Gas Reporting Templates. The workshop will create the necessary EITI awareness in the communities in preparation for future engagements with the 2010-2011 GHEITI Audit Reports which are expected later this year.

 
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