• Senegal_ALL
  • Senegal_G4-2019-2020
Latime Faty lives in Dakar/Malika. He comes from a Mandingo family where his parents instilled in him cardinal values ​​such as the spirit of sharing, courage, selflessness, and above all assistance toward others. The family education he received made him a person very sensitive to the suffering experienced by some Senegalese men and women. To this end, he very early engaged in sustainable development issues to make a contribution to the building. Thus, Latime participated in civic activities, not only to realize this dream that animates it but also to fulfill his duty as a young Senegalese citizen. He did his graduate studies in Local Government Law at Gaston Berger University in Saint-Louis. He also graduated in Public Management at the YALI-Dakar leadership center. Currently, he is the administrator of the YALI Network on Health and Development. Latime is also an alumnus of Eqwiphubs, a Canadian NGO. He sees CorpsAfrica as a great opportunity and a privileged way to actively participate in the community development process. With CorpsAfrica, he can state unequivocally that all young African leaders will be able to provide a solution to the problems of the rural world.