IKAT-US

The NRGI IKAT-US project is a USAID-funded partnership with three Indonesian nongovernmental organizations and civil society counterparts from Southeast Asia. Partners work together to promote effective transparency and accountability campaigns focused on the oil, gas and mining industries, and targeting regional, national and subnational authorities. 


Publish What You Pay coalition partners in Southeast Asia launched the Civil Society Organization Technical Working Group, a team organized at the most recent PWYP conference in Manila to carry out a plan to integrate free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) into national policies in the region.

More than a hundred civil society actors from various countries gathered to talk about two hot topics in the Asia-Pacific region: extractive issues and the future of natural resource governance.

A few weeks ago colleagues from the Myanmar Coalition for Transparency and Accountability and I represented Myanmar at RWI-NRC’s three-day training workshop on subnational governance of the extractive sector, in Bogor, Indonesia...

For three days in March, I took part in a training conducted by the Revenue Watch Institute – Natural Resource Charter (RWI-NRC) on subnational governance of the extractive sector. To attend, I travelled from Malaysia to Bogor, Indonesia...

Most southeast Asian countries operate relatively well developed extractive sectors. However, at the local level, significant knowledge asymmetries remain...

From Our Partners


EI Watch: EI Watch is a web-portal developed by RWI’s Indonesian IKAT-US partner, the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), to overview the extractive industries situation in Southeast Asia.
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Video: Presidential Assistant on Climate Change Sec. Bebet Gozun on the Philippine implementation of EITI.
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Jakarta Post: With EITI, Indonesia Incorporates Transparency into Governance (21 November 2012)