Africa's Covid-19 Response Within the Extractives Sector - Future of Mining

30 November 2020
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What: Webinar on Africa's COVID-19 Response within the Extractives Sector: The Future of Mining in Africa.

Who: African Development Bank

When: Wednesday, 9 December 10:00 am to 12:00 noon GMT

Where: Virtual (Via Zoom)

Registration link

The African Natural Resources Centre (ECNR) and the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) of the African Development Bank will host a webinar to discuss the Future of Mining in Africa.

The session is part of the series Africa's COVID-19 response and the Extractives Sector that is critically examining the impact of and responses to the pandemic on Africa's extractives sector, particularly minerals, oil and gas.

This installment of the webinar will focus on mining and its role in supporting economic recovery and growth on the continent.

Speakers include:

Antonio M.A Pedro, Director of the Economic Commission of Africa Sub-regional Office for Central Africa

r. Kwasi Ampofo - Metals Analyst: Bloomberg New Energy Finance

You are also encouraged to submit questions by Tuesday, 08 December 2020, via Sli.do here

Interpretation services in English and French will be available.

For more information, please contact: Joash Moitui, African Natural Resources Centre, African Development Bank: J.MOITUI@AFDB.ORG

Media contact: Solange Kamuanga-Tossou, Communication and External Relations Department, African Development Bank. Email: s.kamuanga-tossou@afdb.org

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