Boubacar Bocoum

Boubacar Bocoum

Lead Mining Specialist World Bank

Boubacar holds a Master degree in Mining Engineering and Economics, and an MBA. He has twenty-five years of experience in the public and private mining sectors. He has been leading World Bank operational activities on mineral policies, governance, transparency, institutional capacity strengthening, and on facilitating dialogue and interaction between governments, the private sector and civil society. He also led several analytical works ranging from mining community development, to ancillary infrastructure development, mining tax administration, skills development, etc.

Prior to joining the World Bank he worked in the private sector on all the cycles of mining operations, mining projects finance and participated to the listing of a company on the London Stock Exchange.


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Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 10:35 To 11:25

02/04/2020 10:35 02/04/2020 11:25 Panel: Rethinking Mine Closure & Rehabilitation
  • Developing an inclusive closure stagey: What are the key social and environmental aspects of mine closure and how to balance those with the technical and financial requirements?
  • Does and Don’ts in planning and best practices: What are the strategies that have not worked as well in the past and how can we learn from the experience of others?
  • The roles and expectations of governments and local communities: What has led to the redesign of closure conditions and what is the role of local community groups in ensuring good environmental outcomes?
  • Regulations & Disclosure: What are the gaps in existing regulatory frameworks and what are the recommendations for companies?
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"Panel: Rethinking Mine Closure & Rehabilitation "

Boubacar Bocoum Deshnee Naidoo Hon. Thembi Siweya Joanne Heyes Siphokazi Mthathi
Time and date

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 10:35 To 11:25

02/04/2020 10:35 02/04/2020 11:25 Panel: Rethinking Mine Closure & Rehabilitation
  • Developing an inclusive closure stagey: What are the key social and environmental aspects of mine closure and how to balance those with the technical and financial requirements?
  • Does and Don’ts in planning and best practices: What are the strategies that have not worked as well in the past and how can we learn from the experience of others?
  • The roles and expectations of governments and local communities: What has led to the redesign of closure conditions and what is the role of local community groups in ensuring good environmental outcomes?
  • Regulations & Disclosure: What are the gaps in existing regulatory frameworks and what are the recommendations for companies?
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