Zambia

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PWYP Zambia was established in 2009 and has played a key role in EITI implementation, participating in the national multi-stakeholder group, analyzing EITI reports, working towards recommendations in the reports and helping draft Zambia’s EITI bill. Beyond that, the coalition has played keen role in influencing the legislative and policy framework governing extractives by making use of evidence based advocacy efforts.

The coalition supports communities affected by mining, helping them to negotiate the best possible deal from extraction. Its latest achievements, challenges and learning are outlined in its 2015-2017 Narrative Report.

PWYP Zambia has played a key role in EITI implementation, participating in the national multi-stakeholder group, analyzing EITI reports, working towards recommendations in EITI reports and helping draft Zambia’s EITI bill

Member organisations

Advocacy on Human Development
Anti-Poverty and Ignorance Movement
Caritas Zambia external website link >
Center for Environmental Justice external website link >
Copperbelt Trade and Development Forum
Council of Churches in Zambia external website link >
Democracy Governance Human Rights
Development Education Community Project
Economics Association of Zambia external website link >
Jesuit Center for Theological Reflections external website link >
Mine Workers Union of Zambia
Misa Zambia
National Association of Teachers Against Corruption
Northwestern Agenda for Development

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Why South Africa’s Extractive Sector Needs Greater Transparency

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Towards a transparent and accountable mineral resources governance framework

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EITI and mining governance in Cameroon: between rhetoric and reality

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Assessing the Governance of EITI Multi-Stakeholder Groups

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Open Letter to President Obama from African Civil Society

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