Republic of Congo

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Created in 2003, the Congolese coalition has been involved in initiatives including supporting effective EITI implementation, setting up a watchdog to combat corruption and advocating for income from the extractive industries to feature in the national budget. PWYP Congo currently focuses on monitoring the redistribution of extractive revenues through development projects, as well as campaigning for an EITI law and more open procedures for awarding contracts.

PWYP Congo is currently monitoring the redistribution of extractive revenues through development projects and campaigning for more open procedures for awarding contracts

Member organisations

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Commission Justice et Paix
NIOSI
Action Evangélique pour la Paix
Action Chrétienne pour l'Abolition de la Torture
Association des Droits de l'Homme et de l'Univers Carcéral

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