Indonesia, as one of the largest extractive producer countries, Indonesia has a low position in the Corruption Perspective Index (CPI), wherein in 2022, Indonesia ranks 110 out of 180 countries.

EITI should be able to play a strategic role in encouraging the strengthening of the anti-corruption agenda by disclosing natural resource management practices that are prone to abuse in a country. Therefore, it is essential to further discuss the strengths and challenges of EITI in fighting corruption in the extractive sector and how to offer solutions in the future.