Pape Seyni Bar is from the Walo region and resides in the Dakar suburb of Thiaroye Azur. He is a specialist in Agrifood obtained within the Sectoral Center for Professional Training. He previously studied Economics and Management and holds a Bachelor’s degree. He also passed a higher technician’s certificate in Quality, Health, Safety, and Environment (QHSE) at the African Center for the Environment and Sustainable Development. His professional career has been much more oriented in consultancy, agri-food entrepreneurship, and marketing of agricultural products to which he has been able to produce a model of support for entrepreneurs, GIE to train them, coach them, and pull them towards innovative formulations and new products. He has also worked on a standardization allowing entrepreneurs to review aspects relating to packaging as well as the facilities for obtaining authorizations for production and sale. He is CEO of an agribusiness consultancy firm SAFIC (Sun Agro Food Industry Company) which offers technical support to organizations (GPF, GIE, Associations), NGOs, and private companies in the planning and implementation of activities, as well as personalized coaching, creation of income-generating activities, agricultural entrepreneurship, and capacity building. He has trained many groups of women, and young agripreneurs in the Linguère department, in the Matam region, in Bamako and Bayakh. In Kaffrine, Bar is also co-founder of a start-up called ADA-AGRO which excels in the processing, development, and marketing of local products. Today, as a Volunteer with CorpsAfrica/Senegal, he sets himself an objective to serve his host community, to put his know-how, his skills, and his expertise at the service of others. He commits to making a useful contribution to the development of a community that will reverberate far beyond its service; to contribute, through his work, to strengthening organizations that are tackling some of the world’s most pressing problems; to be part of those who work to make things better; to help others and participate in the well-being of the community; to make a difference; and, to be part of a positive change in my community. Through CorpsAfrica/Senegal, Pape Seyni Bar is considered as a source of inspiration for development for Africans by Africans and an opportunity to acquire new skills and experience in community development.