1. The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Minerals (MoM) has received financial support to meet eligible payments for Provision of Consultancy Services for Carrying out Scoping of Tanzania Extractive Industries performance and Production of TEITI report for the Fiscal Years 2016/17 and 2017/18. The reports will cover reconciliation of payments from extractive industries and revenue received by the Government during the period of July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 and July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
2. Tanzania joined EITI in February 2009 with an objective of promoting transparency and accountability in its natural resources. The process in Tanzania is lead by a Tanzania Extractive Industries (Transparency and Accountability) Committee consisting of civil society organizations, government agencies and extractive companies. In October 2017 EITI Board declared Tanzania as having achieved meaningful progress with EITI standard. EITI meaningful progress means that the country has made significant progress for annual disclosure and reconciliation of all revenues from its extractive sector, helping citizens to see how much their country receives from oil, gas and mining companies. Tanzania under the TEITI Committee has produced eight (8) TEITI reports since it joined EITI in February 2009. The last report covering the fiscal year 2015/16 was published in April 2018.