THE COOPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE (GYEITI) MULTI-STAKEHOLDER GROUP (MSG)
In each of the implementing countries, the EITI is supported by a coalition of government, companies, and civil society. Together, all three sectors make up the Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) responsible for overseeing and agreeing all decisions on the implementation of EITI. The Cooperative Republic of Guyana established its Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) to oversee EITI implementation in Guyana. The Multi-Stakeholder Group approves the work plan for the Secretariat, approves the annual EITI Report, assures that EITI contributes to the public debate and supports the GYEITI National Secretariat.
The MSG Board comprise of 12 members and 12 alternates representing government, civil society and companies which operate in the extractive industry.
MEMBERS & ALTERNATES of the GUYANA EITI MSG BOARD
|Ms Euliene Watson||Mr. Joslyn Mc Kenzie|
|Ms Gillian Pollard||Mr Tarachand Balgobin|
|Mr Godfrey Statia||Ms Hema Khan|
|Mr Peter Dillon||Mr Ryan Ramjit|
|Mr. Deonarine Ramsaroop||Mr. Brian Gittens|
|Mr Hilbert Shields||Ms Ayanna Jean-Baptiste|
|Mr Patrick Harding|
Civil Society Representatives
|Ms Gomin Camacho|
|Mr Larry Carryl||Mr Mike Mc Cormack|
|Mr Curtis Bernard||Ms Vanda Radzik|
|Mr Paul Atkinson||Ms Laura George|
Minister of Natural Resources- Hon. Vickram Bharrat
Ms Euliene Watson
Mr Hilbert Shields
Mr Curtis Bernard
MSG Terms of reference
The Terms of Reference for the GYEITI MSG define its scope and function. More information can be found in the TOR of the MSG of GYEITI.
Meetings are held every month on the second Wednesday of the month.
Members and alternates attend MSG Meetings