Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Linking Knowledge with Practice

About the Hub

The Africa Regional Extractives Industry Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH) is a collaborative initiative between the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) and the Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC). AFREIKH’s establishment is premised on governance deficits and challenges plaguing the extractives sector in Africa that have in some in instances resulted in the “resource curse”. To address this situation, AFREIKH has adopted a three-pronged approach centered around research, skills-based training and policy engagement linking knowledge with practice.

WHAT WE DO

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Research

Extensive research on key natural resource governance issues in Africa to inform policy engagement and policy making. This involves development of knowledge products around

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Training

We offer multiple courses targeting diverse stakeholders in the extractive industries towards improving natural resource governance and sustainable economic development.

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Policy Dialogue

The Hub also offers a platform for policy engagement as part of its annual training course. The policy engagement component aims to bring together different stakeholders

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Why participate?

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Tailor-made solutions

Learn new skills

Get international recognition

Evidence-based policy engagement

Robust stakeholder engagement

Neutral and dynamic platform

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Topics Covered

Discovery and allocation of resource rights

The political economy of natural resource extraction

Fiscal regimes and taxation

Managing natural resource revenues and investment

State-owned enterprise governance

Environmental and social impacts of extraction

Transparency and accountability

Climate Change, Decarbonisation, Deep Sea Mining and Digitisation

Courses and Events

Resources

Resources

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National Oil Company Database

A project by the Natural Resource Governance Institute

NRGI Impact March 2020

The Resource Governance Index Drives Reform
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NRGI Impact November 2018

Reaching Wider Populations with Global Online Courses

NRGI Impact October 2020

Supporting EITI to Strengthen Global Extractives Governance Standards

NRGI Impact

THE RESOURCE GOVERNANCE INDEXDRIVES REFORM

NRGI Program Note October 2020

Supporting the Energy Transition in Oil- and Mineral-rich Countries

NRGI Impact July 2019

IMF Strengthens Global Resource Governance Norms With Its Fiscal Transparency Code

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THE TEAM

Technical Committee

Jovia Bogere Nampewo

Moses Kulaba

Geoffrey Kerecha

James Kirwa

Ruth Mutiso

Special Advisory Committee

Stephen Karangizi

Dr. Rose Mwebaza

Dr. Cosmas Ochieng

Prof. Catherine Ngila

Margarita Batlle

Dr. Peter Kwenjera

Silas Olang

Laura Muniafu

Mr. Ben Boakye

Partners

Contact Us

+254 703 034 645

afreikh@extractives-baraza.com

Strathmore University,
Madaraka Estate,
Ole Sangale Rd