My greatest dream is actively participating in the development process of my country via innovative development projects.
to learn from your mistakes.
What is one piece of advice you would give to incoming CorpsAfrica Volunteers?
Be committed and be at the heart of communities for sustainable development.
What is a piece of wisdom or quote that inspires you?
"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." ~ John F. Kennedy
Who is your role model and why?
Mr. Sarr, the CorpsAfrica Director in Senegal, because of his commitment and the spirit he has developed in me. As a CorpsAfrica Volunteer, I learned a lot from Mr. Sarr both personally and professionally.
What is a favorite memory you have from your time as a CorpsAfrica Volunteer?
When the women of my village and I decided to organize for International Women's Day, for the first time.
What do you regard as the most beautiful word or phrase in your native language? What does it mean?
"Mbollo moy dole." In Wolof it means, "many hands make for lighter work."
How has CorpsAfrica changed your life or perspective?
CorpsAfrica allowed me to be aware of the current situation of my country. The service allowed me to take a step back in order to see where I can work to be most efficient.
a school for young leaders.