CSO representatives to the 4th TEITI MSG (2019-2022)

HakiRasilimali is pleased to announce to the public  that  on 9th and 10th September 2019, CSO working in the extractive sector were able to undertake election/ nomination process  for their representatives in the 4th TEITI Multi-Stakeholder Group to serve in the period of 2019-2022. The CSO election process was guided by the Tanzania Extractive Industries […]

Extractive resources-industrialisation linkages: Opportunities, challenges and lessons for Tanzania

Research Report: EXTRACTIVE RESOURCES-INDUSTRIALIZATION LINKAGES,OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND LESSONS FOR TANZANIA According to its Development Vision 2025, Tanzania envisions a middle-income economy that will have been transformed from a low productivity agricultural economy to a semi-industrialized one led by modernized and highly productive agricultural activities which are effectively integrated and buttressed by supportive industrial and service activities […]

HAKIRASILIMALI ANALYSIS OF THE MINERAL AND ENERGY MINISTRIES FOR YEAR 2019/20

The Tanzania’s extractive sector (oil, minerals and natural gas) is an important sector that is critical in catalyzing the country’s economic growth. Available statistics indicate that the sector accounts for almost 5 per cent (2018)of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) while National Development projections estimates show that by 2025 the extractive sector’s contribution to the […]

PRESS RELEASE

HakiRasilimali Commends the Government for Transparency and Calls for More Openness Dodoma, 28th of May 2019 HakiRasilimali, a Tanzanian civil society platform working on advocacy issues around transparency and accountability in the mining, oil and gas, on May 27, 2019 congratulated the Ministry of Minerals for demonstrating transparency on revenues obtained from the proceeds of […]

From Legal Reform to Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa-NRGI Resource Index

Many sub-Saharan countries have made significant legal reforms in oil, gas and mining over the past decades. The Resource Governance Index shows that in all but two countries, there is an “implementation gap” between what laws say and how resource governance works in practice. This keeps countries from realizing the dividends of investments they have […]

HakiRasilimali – PWYP recognition of the Government efforts to enhance transparency and accountability in the Extractive sector

HakiRasilimali continues to applaud efforts by the government through the Minister of Minerals and TEITI, by recognizing civil society organisations (CSO) contribution in their role to advocate for transparency and accountability in the mining, oil and natural gas sectors. In particular, noteworthy developments warrant mention CSOs in various spaces, for instance through the Tanzania Extractive […]