Nation-specific African content is also provided, organized around an interactive map of the continent.

Work of EI Source Book Partners

EI Source Book partner Pact is working to support African countries to do better in their management of natural resources, e.g. in DR Congo and Kenya.  ACET is based in Ghana and is helping to drive forward extractive industries-led economic transformation in a number of African countries, e.g. through its work in Mozambique; see this video interview with ACET's Director of Extractive Resources Services, Sheila Khama.  

The ICMM have produced two African Resource Endowment Documents, (2007), Making Mining Count in Tanzania: A Case Study and Making Mining Count in Ghana: A Case Study.  A great example of ICMM's YouTube video channel is showcased below, a webcast of part of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) 2014 Convention, including a talk by the ICMM President (2008 - 2015) Tondy Lodge and the EISB's World Bank project director, Paulo de Sa.

ICMM multi-stakeholder panel: Resource Nationalism: Moving beyond a narrative of threat

ICMM hosted its third session as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) event series at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) 2014 Convention & Investors Exchange on Tuesday 4 March. The topic of the panel was Resource nationalism: moving beyond a narrative of threat.


Global Witness documents on the website that focus specifically on Africa include Crude Calculations: The Continued Lack of Transparency over Oil in Sudan and Rigged?, the Scramble for Afica's Oil, Gas and Minerals. Lastly, the World Bank (see below) is leading work on mapping the sector in different parts of Africa.


Mapping the EI Sector

The World Bank website Mapping of the Extractive Industries provides links to EI Sector mapping in three countires, all of which are in Africa:

1) Central African Republic Mapping of the Extractive Industries sector

Natural Resources and Conflict in Central African Republic; link to website, provided by International Peace Information Service (IPIS).

2) Ghanaian Mapping of the Extractive Industries sector

Extractive Industries Map of Ghana; link to World Bank webpage. 

3) (DR) Congolese Mapping of the Extractive Industries sector:


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