Abu Bakarr Jalloh is a Geologist and an Environmental Consultant with years of working experience and expertise in delivering services and solutions to both the public and private sectors. He has working knowledge on Environmental and Natural Resources Management, including Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA); Waste Management; Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management; Geology and Mining; Research; and GIS.
He has in-depth technical skills in environmental monitoring and assessment including surface and groundwater quality monitoring and sampling; borehole drawdown test and recharge monitoring; stream flow monitoring and assessment; air quality and noise monitoring; solid and hazardous waste management; soil sampling; biodiversity surveys; data analysis and interpretation; baseline studies; impact assessment and reporting.
As a Consultant at INTEGEMS, Abu Bakarr has led and technically supported the implementation of a range of surface and groundwater monitoring programs, air quality and noise monitoring assessments, soil sampling, biodiversity – fauna surveys and baseline analysis as well as impact assessment studies on several projects including but not limited to the Komahun Gold Project; the Baomahun Gold Project, the Western Area Power Generation Project; Majestic Gold Mining Project; and the Construction and Rehabilitation of Mega Stations for the All Petroleum Products Limited in Sierra Leone.
Abu Bakarr holds a Bachelor of Science degree, major in Geology from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone; a Diploma in Microsoft Office Packages from African Information Technology Holdings (A.I.T.H) Limited; a Certificate in Water Funds: Introduction and Feasibility Phase and a Certificate in Wastewater Pollution from the Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA (Online).