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Bantay Kita-PWYP Philippines was formed in 2009 and joined PWYP in 2013. The coalition supports EITI implementation and carries out capacity building to enhance stakeholder participation in the initiative. It has also focused on national legislation, campaigning for important transparency measures to be included in the country’s mining code and for the removal of unfair fiscal incentives for mining companies. Bantay Kita-PWYP Philippines supports its members through capacity building, research and the exchange of experience and information. It also conducts projects at the subnational level, with two transparency initiatives in Compostela Valley and South Cotabato.

Bantay Kita-PWYP Philippines has campaigned for important transparency measures to be included in the country’s mining code and for the removal of unfair fiscal incentives for mining companies

Member organisations

Action for Economic Reforms Incorporation external website link >
Alliance of Buguey for Community Development Advocates (ALBUCODA)
Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao external website link >
Alternate Law Groups
Alyansa Tigil Mina external website link >
Ateneo School of Government external website link >
Cebu Alliance for Safe and Sustainable Environment
Concerned Citizens of Sta. Cruz, Zambales (CCOS)
Concerned Lalloquenos Against Illegal Mining (CLAIM)
Ecolink Philippines
Environmental Awareness Team/ Social Action Center
Federation of Environmental Advocates in Cagayan (FEAC)
Fleur-de-Lis Centre for PEACE external website link >
Foundation for Rural Enterprises and Ecology Development in Mindanao (FREEDOM) Inc external website link >
Gitib Inc. external website link >
Greenwatch Philippines Inc external website link >
Haribon Foundation For Conservation of Natural Resources Inc. external website link >
Institute for Strategic Research and Development Studies external website link >
Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation Commission
Kagay-an Watershed Alliance
Katinnulong Daguiti Umili iti Amianan ( KADUAMI) external website link >
Katutubong Lahing Samahan ng Quirino (KALASAQ)
Kesalabuukan Tupusumi Org.
Legal Rights and Natural Resources Center external website link >
Marinduque Council for Environmental Concerns
Mindanawon Initiatives for Cultural Dialogue external website link >
Negros Organic Agri Movement Inc.
Nueva Vizcaya Coordinating Council
Paglilingkod Batas Pangkapatiran Foundation
Panaghiusa Alang Sa Kangalingnan ng Kalingkawasan Inc. ( PASSAK, Inc.)
Philippine Miserior Partnership Inc. external website link >
Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement external website link >
Philippine Rural Reconstruction Youth Association
Radio Emergency Communication Operations Network (RECON) Philippines
Romblon Ecumenical Forum Against Mining
SANLAKAS-Eastern Samar
Save Manicani Movement (SAMAMO)
Save the Valley Serve the People - Alliance for the Environment (SAVE)
Sibulan Organic Farmer Association
Sibuyan Island Sentinels League for Environment Inc.
Social Action Ministry - Ipil
Transparency and Accountability Network external website link >
Tribal Association Working Together for their Development Inc.
Tri-People Concern for Peace, Progress and Development of Mindanao Inc. external website link >
UCCP-Masidlakon Center for Development Foundation Inc.
UFS-Women Organization
Ummah Fi Salam (Humanity for Peace)
United Sibonga Residents for Environmental Protection and Development (USREP-D)
Youth for Rights - Eastern Samar

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