CoST Malawi MSG:

CoST Malawi is steered by representatives from Government, the Private Sector and the Civil Society. These representatives collectively advance the interests of the groups which they represent on the program. These together form the Multi-Stakeholder Group for CoST Malawi. The current membership is as follows:

 

           Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN)

Malawi Building and Civil-Engineering Allied Traders Association (MABCATA)            

Human Rights Consultative Committee (HRCC)

Business Action Against Corruption (BACC)

African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC)

Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)

Office of the Director of Public Procurement (ODPP)

Buildings Department

Department of Statutory Corporations

Council for Non-Governmental Organizations of Malawi (CONGOMA)

National Media Institute of Southern Africa (NAMISA)


The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank field offices sit on the MSG as observers and the initiative is
hosted by National Construction Industry Council (NCIC).

NCIC was established by an Act of parliament of 1996 (Cap 53:05 of the Laws of Malawi) to Regulate, Promote and Develop the construction industry in Malawi

 

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Malawi joined the Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (CoST) in 2008 after sharing the aspirations of the initiative which was initiated by the Department for International Development in 2007 drawing on the experience of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

 

 
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Malawi joined the Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (CoST) in 2008 after sharing the aspirations of the initiative which was initiated by the Department for International Development in 2007 drawing on the experience of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
 
CoST introduces the transparency and accountability concept to the construction sector and focuses specifically on public disclosure of information. The ultimate aim is to enhance the accountability of procuring bodies and construction companies for the cost and quality of public-sector construction projects..
 

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