Samba GUEYE is from Dakar, Senegal, and has already served as a CorpsAfrica Volunteer in Senegal. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Judicial Law and a Master’s degree in Criminal Sciences from the University of Cheikh Anta Diop. He also has a license in teaching from the Senegalese Ministry of National Education and a training certification from the Senegalese Red Cross. Recently, in partnership with the COGEMAP consulting firm, Samba participated in the drafting of the national report on volunteering in Senegal. Under the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, this report is intended to promote the development of volunteerism in Senegal. In 2018, Samba served as a CorpsAfrica/Senegal Volunteer in the village of Bokhol, Dagana Department in the Saint Louis Region. During his service, Samba taught children, trained women in entrepreneurship skills, reforested schools, and facilitated a community market. In 2017, Samba founded a multiservice to train and employ local youth. As an Investigating Officer with the National Agency of Statistics and Demography, Samba conducted and participated in reports on population, agriculture, livestock and habitats, and business in Senegal. He has worked with the Senegalese National Policy under the Ministry of the Interior and the European Union on a six-month project on modern civil status in Senegal. Finally, throughout his career Samba has worked with the NGO EDEN (Education for Children), in the suburbs of Dakar, fighting for the rights of children and combating drugs, violence, and illiteracy. Samba is fluent in Wolof, French, English, and technology. In his spare time, he enjoys watching documentaries and cartoons, reading, and writing.