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PWYP Togo focuses on implementing the EITI through disseminating data and monitoring revenue use. It advocates for an EITI law and for publication of mining contracts and information on revenues generated by the sector. The coalition is working for greater community involvement in mining negotiations, the transfer of revenues to communities living alongside the extractive industries, and land restoration following mine closures.

PWYP Togo advocates for an EITI law and for publication of mining contracts and information on revenues generated by the sector

Member organisations

Les Amis de la Terre-Togo (ADT Togo) external website link >
Groupement de Recherche et d’Action pour le Développement Social et Economique (GRADSE)
Association Togolaise des Droits de l’Homme (ATDH)
Amnesty International - Togo
Association pour la Taxation des Transactions Financières et pour l’Action citoyenne (ATTAC TOGO)
Jeunes Volontaires pour l’Environnement (JVE)
Institut Africain pour le Développement Economique et Social (INADES FORMATION)
Réseau des Organisations pour la Protection des Enfants (RESOPE)
Centre d’Etude et de Recherche en Médecine Traditionnelle Appliquée (CERMETRA)
Institut Alternatif aux Modèles et Méthodes de Développement Economique et Social-International au Togo (IAMDES-INTG)
Association Togolaise de Défense et de protection des Droits de l’Homme (ATDPDH)
Communication et Développement Intégral-Togo (CDI-TOGO)
Action Base de Développement (ABAD TOGO)
Centre Africa-Obota (CAO Togo)
Association des Riverains des Mines de Bangéli (ARMB)
Organisation Jeunesse pour le Développement Communautaire (ORJEDEC)
Observatoire Ouest Africain de l’Environnement (OOAE)
Syndicat Démocratique des Mines
Visions Solidaires
SOS Developpement

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