Fatima Khouya is originally from Ida Ougilloul, a small village in Essaouira townships. She has 21 years old and has recently got her Bachelor’s degree in English studies and Linguistics from Ibn Zohr University in Agadir city. Her research paper was about ” The effects of the predictive technique on student’s performances ( spelling and content). She is an alumnus of the first cohort of the She-Power program in Morocco. This latter is particularly concerned with empowering and raising the voice of unheard women in all of Morocco. Also, she is a certificate holder in First Aid and Security. Fatima is interested in volunteering activities that raise awareness and print a Change. For that, she integrated many associations including Happy Children Association and Charity Sanad Allyl. Still, she didn’t state her desire. So, she created a club with her two friends ” Tifawt-Time Club”, a club where humanity and altruism overlap in order to help others as much as they can. All that pave the way for her to pursue this journey with CorpsAfrica as a Volunteer and devote her time and energy to sustainable development projects. And she is eager to explore more about communities in need, and develop herself because indeed we do not help others, but they are the ones who do help us. She is interested in discovering new cultures and new perspectives as well as reading.