Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

3.5 billion people live in resource-rich countries. Still, many are not seeing the benefits from the extraction of their natural resources. And too often poor governance leaves citizens suffering from conflict and corruption. The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) was formed to change this.

Spatial Dimension supports the goals of the EITI through our engagements with both Private and Public sector clients, but most specifically through our Public Portals that allow Government Agencies to publish their Mining Cadastre, Contracts and Revenues online.

 

 

The EITI is a global standard that promotes revenue transparency and accountability in the extractive sector.

EITI Board
e-Government Mining Cadastre Portals

Spatial Dimension has deployed a number of e-Government Mining Cadastre Portals for customers wanting online solutions for the effective management of mineral rights within their country. These portals allow all registered stakeholders to interact directly with the Government to undertake activities such as the submission of new applications, online payments, uploading of statutory reports, undertaking renewals, transfers and relinquishments.

Please click below on the image to launch the e-Government portal.

Kenya

Papua New Guinea

Tanzania

Mining Cadastre Map Portals

Spatial Dimension hosts a number of Mining Cadastre Map Portals for Government agencies. These portals provide a spatial view into the mining cadastre data and are intended to improve stakeholder communications, reduce corruption and improve transparency.

Please click below on the image to launch the public portal.

DRC

Kenya

Liberia

Namibia

Mozambique

Papua New Guinea

Rwanda

South Sudan

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia