What we do - Extractives Baraza

As a multi-sector advocacy-neutral public platform, our work is organized around four integrated programmatic areas:
Access to Information
We host an information hub that provides access to credible and relevant information to our audience about developments and activities in the extractives sector. The goal is to ease information access through our website, weekly newsletter, knowledge products, info graphics and tailored interventions, such as the Listening Project which embraces the art of listening and documenting stakeholder concerns and relaying such information to relevant entities and the general public.
Research
We conduct qualitative and quantitative research into various thematic areas of the extractive sector and make the output from field and desktop research more accessible to the diverse actors working in the extractive sector. Such research primarily helps to inform policy and law making, and guide EB’s stakeholder engagement and capacity building programmes.
Capacity Building
Together with the Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre, we provide practical courses and training workshops targeting various stakeholders (i.e. government personnel, extractives sector leaders, academics, civil society actors, lawyers, SMEs, business professionals and start-ups) to enhance their capacity and understanding of issues unique to extractives. Our approach is characterised by collaboration with local and international experts in curriculum development and teaching, applied research and technical assistance in order to ensure responsiveness to the country’s needs. Our capacity building efforts have gained traction regionally and their successes inspire us to reach further and higher.
Stakeholder Engagement
We offer a neutral dialogue space to better facilitate stakeholder engagement and consensus building in the extractives sector in Kenya and the broader African region. We do this through dialogues forums as well as our social media platform (Twitter and LinkedIn). We believe that the success of current and future extractives initiatives in Kenya will rely heavily on the actions of, and relationships between, the government, industry players and society at large. Therefore, availability of a neutral dialogue space that lies on evidence-based research is a crucial step in developing these relationships and building meaningful stakeholder engagement in the extractives sector.
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    @ExtraBaraza - 5 days

    French Logistics Firm Bolloré Bags $133m Deal for Crude Oil Pipeline. More details #France…

    @ExtraBaraza - 5 days

    Angolan Leader Urges Africa to Avoid Hasty End to Fossil Fuels. More details #Angola…

    @ExtraBaraza - 5 days

    Botswana Sees Russian Diamond Ban Opening Door to Synthetic Gems. More details #Botswana…

    @ExtraBaraza - 5 days

    NEITI, CTA Partner to Support FCT Mining Host Communities. More details: #Mining…

    @ExtraBaraza - 1 week

    Be on the lookout for the Extractives Learning and Program 2022. Visit…

    JOIN OUR EVER GROWING NETWORKSUBSCRIBE TODAY

      GET IN TOUCHFOLLOW US

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