Adji Anta Gaye



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Adji Anta Gaye Diop is a native of Koungheul in the Kaffrine Region. She is Métis (Mandingo and Saloum-Saloum) and was a student in L3 of philosophy at the University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar. She did her elementary and secondary studies in Tambacounda. From there she learned a lot from the different communities, and that’s partly what pushed her to integrate youth associations and organizations. To that end, she had the chance to be part of several community campaigns through an association called the National Youth Alliance for Reproductive Health and Family Planning, in the gender office. She was also an investigator and advocate for the Amplify Change Project (USAID). She also had the chance to participate in the national youth rally in Kolda for the abandonment of excision (Girl Generation) and also in the national caravan for the promotion of healthy behaviors among adolescents and young people with ADEMAS. On the university and union side, she was President of the Women’s Commission of the Union of Students and Students of Tambacounda two years in a row. And was also President of the Pedagogical Commission of the same structure and was a member of the National Philosophy Club.