Ibrahima Sory Diallo is pioneering a watchdog movement to help ensure that Senegal’s nascent mining industry is accountable to workers, the environment, and the Senegalese people. Ibrahima believes that it is not enough to call attention to abuses, but that true and lasting reform requires a step-by-step approach incorporating government, business, and civil society. La Lumière, an organization he created, uses this multisectoral approach toward strengthening safeguards in mining laws, curbing environmental abuse, and mobilizing civil society to advocate for regulation of Senegal’s mining industry. At mining sites, the organization works to push the industry to protect and restore groundwater quality and to safeguard the health of local populations in mining areas. Ibrahima and La Lumière have already achieved several landmark victories in Senegal.