Chad-Cameroon project's reports and data files

Article Aug. 28, 2017

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Chad-Cameroon project's reports and data files

The EEPCI project's primary tools for transparency include project update reports, providing performance data on safety, compensation, consultation, worker and community health, local business development, local employment and construction/operational progress as well as village and quarterly land use management reports.

Project report updates

Project Update No. 37 - English version

Year-end 2016

Cover of the Chad Cameroon project update number 37, english edition.
Project Update No. 37 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 37
Rapport Annuel 2016

Cover of the Chad Cameroon project update number 37, french edition.
Project Update No. 36 - English version

Year-End Report 2015

Cover of the Chad Cameroon project update number 36, english edition.
Project Update No. 36 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 36
Rapport Annuel 2015

Cover of the Chad Cameroon project update number 36, french edition.
Project Update No. 35 - English version

Year-End Report 2014

Cover of the Chad Cameroon project update number 35, english edition.
Project Update No. 35 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 35

Rapport Annuel 2014

chad project update 35 report cover
Project Update No. 34 - English version

Year-End Report 2013

Project Update No. 34 - English version publication
Project Update No. 34 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 34

Rapport Annuel 2013

Project Update No. 34 - French version publication
Project Update No. 33 - English version

Year-End Report 2012

Project Update No. 33 - English version publication
Project Update No. 33 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 33

Rapport Annuel 2012

Project Update No. 32 - English version

Mid-Year Report 2012

Project Update No. 32 - English version publication
Project Update No. 31 - English version

Year End Report 2011

Project Update No. 31 - English version publication
Project Update No. 31 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 31

Rapport semi annuel 2011

Project Update No. 31 - English version publication
Project Update No. 30 - English version

Mid-Year Report 2011

Project Update No. 30 - English version publication
Project Update No. 30 - French version

Mise а jour du Projet No 30

Rapport semi-annuel 2011

Project Update No. 30 - French version publication
Project Update No. 29 - English version

Annual Report 2010

Project Update No. 29 - English version publication
Project Update No. 29 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 29

Rapport Annuel 2011

Project Update No. 29 - French version publication
Project Report No. 28 - English version

Mid-Year Report 2010

Project Update No. 29 - English version publication
Project Update No. 28 - French version

Mise a jour du Projet No 28

Rapport Semi-Annuel 2010

Project Update No. 28 - French version publication

Performance data

Annual individual livelihood restoration reports

Village reports

Brochures

Community Investments brochure - dual language

PDF/1.88 MB Sept. 27, 2013

Fighting Malaria - dual language brochure

PDF/0.82 MB Sept. 27, 2013

Project Achievements - dual language brochure

PDF/1.37 MB Sept. 27, 2013

Safety: Nobody Gets Hurt - dual language brochure

PDF/0.97 MB Sept. 30, 2013

Supplier Development - dual language brochure

PDF/1.24 MB Sept. 27, 2013

Workforce Development - dual language brochure

PDF/1.28 MB Sept. 27, 2013

Benefits for the communities - French

PDF/4.41 MB Sept. 6, 2013

Employment and Economic Development brochure

PDF/1.93 MB Sept. 6, 2013

Oil Revenues in Chad - French brochure

PDF/3.78 MB Sept. 6, 2013

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