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Amy Mbacké



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  • Senegal_G5-2021-2022
Amy Mbacké Mbaye was born in Dakar and currently resides in Tivaouane in the Thiès region. She is a Specialist in Agribusiness at the UFR of Economics and Management Sciences of Gaston Berger University of Saint-Louis and has held a Bachelor’s degree in Agrifood Technology since 2016. To perfect her academic career, Amy completed several professional internships, notably with the Biscuiterie WEHBE where she monitored and quality controlled the production lines. She then did a one-month internship in 2018 with the PDIDAS (Inclusive and Sustainable Development Project for Agribusiness in Senegal) on the use of GPS and land surveys. Subsequently in 2020, the PDIDAS took her on a 9-month CDD on the study of the quality of land files. Amy also practices entrepreneurship with a cosmetics and lingerie business. She is co-founder of Cayor Presta Consulting which is a consultancy firm for the training of groups of women and young people in saponification, bleaching, and agro-food processing to minimize post-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables but also to ensure the sustainability of these products and increase their availability in all seasons. She is active in social associations in Tivaouane to help people in need. Amy Mbacké Mbaye is passionate about the culinary arts and is thirsty to improve the living conditions of Talibé children, orphans, and homeless people while respecting human rights. Today, aware of her civic accountability and that the development of a country cannot take place without youth, she has committed herself as a CorpsAfrica/Senegal Volunteer to serve and participate in the development of her country. To do so, she pledged to give a year of her life to live with her host community (Madina Yaré in the Tambacounda region), live their daily lives, and learn and acquire other cultural and religious values. but also to have a positive and lasting impact on the life of even one person. Through CorpsAfrica/Senegal, Amy Mbacké Mbaye intends to contribute her stone to the building of community development, with mutual learning and the participation of all generations for the respect of the values ​​that this organization has instilled in her such as neutrality, impartiality, equality, justice, and transparency. Her most precious wish is to see the entire CorpsAfrica/Senegal cohort 5 succeed in their mission with the involvement of communities in identifying their social and economic potential to establish sustainable empowerment.