THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER 2015 – DAY 4

09.00 SESSION 8
LOOKING BEYOND THE VISION: AN AMV COMPACT WITH PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERS

  • Welcome Remarks:

    • HE Fatima Haram Acyl , Commissioner for Trade and Industry, African Union Commission

09.15 Presentation
AFRICA MINING VISION (AMV) AND THE SHARED BENEFITS IN IMPLEMENTING THE AMV

  • Kojo Busia , Acting Coordinator, African Minerals Development Center

09.30 Panel Discussion
THE CASE FOR AN AMV COMPACT

  • Chair: Veston Malango , CEO, Chambers of Mines, Namibia
  • Kojo Busia
  • Frank Mugyenyi (AUC)

10.30 Coffee Break

11.00 Presentation
THE DRAFT AMV COMPACT WITH PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERS IN AFRICA

  • HE Fatima Haram Acyl , Commissioner for Trade and Industry, African Union Commission

11.30 Panel Discussion
AMV COMPACT WITH PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERS IN AFRICA

12.30 Lunch

14.00 SESSION 9
GHANA’S PETROLEUM POTENTIAL AND ITS IMPACT ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    Sponsored By
  • Akua Buabema OFORI-BOATENG

    General Manager, Assets & Infrastructure, BOST

    15.30 Coffee Break

    16.00 SESSION 10A
    MAINSTREAMING CSR & LOCAL CONTENTINTO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS

      Sponsored By
  • Barbara GBOLOGAH-QUAYE

    ountry Director Ghana, PYXERA Global

    Paul SOWLEY

    Interim Regional Vice President, Sustainability &External Relations, Newmont

    Sarah Jane DANCHIE

    Policy Analyst, African Centre for Economic Transformation ( ACET)

    16.00 SESSION 10B
    ENERGY – THE CATALYST FOR AN EFFECTIVE MINING INDUSTRY

    Eng. Abel Didier TELLA

    Director General, Association of Power Utilities of Africa

    Dr. Morlaye BANGOURA

    Commissioner Energy & Mines, ECOWAS Commission

    17.00 CLOSING CEREMONY

    • Presentation of Conclusions and Recommendations
    • Hon Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, Minister of Petroleum, Republic of Ghana
    • President of the ECOMOF Organising Committee
    • Vice President, Republic of Ghana
    • Dr. Morlaye Bangoura, Commissioner Energy & Mines, ECOWAS Commission

    19.00 Closing Cocktail Reception