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PWYP Ghana brings together 30 civil society organisations focused on advocacy to promote transparent oil exploration and revenue management. The coalition participates in the national EITI multi-stakeholder group and has worked on expanding opportunities for civil society to participate in decision making around the oil, gas and mining sectors. It has also worked on petroleum revenue tracking and expenditure. PWYP Ghana has undertaken a gender scan of the coalition and is exploring opportunities to ensure more meaningful participation of, and representation by, women in the coalition’s programmes and institutional structure, as well a greater engagement with women’s rights organisations. The coalition is building its capacity to analyse company beneficial ownership registers in order to monitor and highlight corruption risks related to the sector.

The coalition works on expanding opportunities for civil society to participate in decision making around the oil, gas and mining sectors

Member organisations

African Rural Evangelistic Association
Agency for Health and Food Security
Aid to the Vulnerable Foundation (AIDVU)
Bureau of Sustainable Integrated Development
Centre for Community and Rural Development
Child Education Assistance Project (CEAP)
Coalition of Youth Development Organisations in Ghana (COYDOG)
Concerned Citizens of Prestea
Empowerment Center For Women And Children
Friends of the Earth
Friends of the Nation
Human Rights Network
Institute for Fiscal Policy
Integrated Social Development Centre
League of Environmental Journalists
Livelihood and Environment Ghana
Muslim Family Counselling Services
National Union of Ghana Students
Resource Link Foundation
Trades Union Congress
Women Empowerment Advocate
Youth Empowerment for Africa (YEA)
Youth Network for Human Rights and Democracy

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