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PWYP Secretariat Operational Plan 2020-2022

This Operational Plan lays out what the PWYP Secretariat is planning to prioritise in the period 2020 to 2022 to implement PWYP’s ambitious global strategy, Vision 2025: A People-centred Agenda for the Extractive Sector. The Plan also identifies what PWYP members and partners can expect of the Secretariat over that period.

PWYP is in a good place as it begins to implement the Vision 2025 strategy. PWYP has succeeded in catalysing huge flows of information from the extractive industries and into the public domain. We will continue to use that information to empower citizens and to influence governments and extractive companies to ensure that all citizens benefit from their natural resources, today and tomorrow.  

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