Mamady provides technical, administrative and financial assistance in the management of NRGI’s projects in Guinea, and he leads programs work on citizen monitoring of legal and contractual obligations as well as data use. He also monitors pilot projects within mining communities, providing civil society organizations with guidance, operational support and capacity building so that initiatives become sustainable and impactful in terms of tangible benefits to community members.
Before joining NRGI, Mamady served as economic and tax officer at Action Mines Guinea. He was responsible for analyzing economic data from mining companies in Guinea and for monitoring their financial obligations, especially at the community level. Mamady also has experience in administrative and financial management with the Guinean consulting firm Mineral Merit.
Mamady is an alumnus of NRGI and CEGIEAF’s 2019 francophone Africa regional extractive industries knowledge hub course in Cameroon. He holds a master’s degree in environmental law, mines and sustainable development from General Lansana Conte Sonfonia University (Conakry), and a bachelor’s degree in mining economy from King Mohammed VI University (Conakry).