A coalition of the government, companies and civil society.
In each member country, the EITI is supported by the M.S.G. (Multi-stakeholder group), a coalition of the government, companies and civil society. The MSG is a platform for building mutual trust and dialogue between different stakeholders. The MSG oversees the EITI implementation in a country. The MSG develops the country Workplan, the production of the EITI Report and ensures that the EITI contributes to public debate.
Mr. Roy Caupain
Representative for the Staatsolie Employee Organization Suriname (SWOS) and the Rosebel Gold Mines Employee Organization (RGWO)
Mrs. Lisa Best
Representative for Tropenbos International
MSG Workplan 2019 – 2020
The EITI-SR Work plan is drafted by the EITI-SR Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) in line with the 5-step approach proposed in the EITI ‘Guidance Note 2: “Developing an EITI Work plan”, considering the immediate relevance of the EITI in the context of Suriname and practical constraints for initial EITI-SR implementation.