Mame Birame Diodio Ndiaye (Guelwaar) is one of those who asks themselves what they can do for their country. He was born on July 16, 1987, in Kolda, where he graduated from primary degree school even if he’s originated and now living in Fatick. From Kolda, he moved to Ziguinchor for junior high school graduation which drove him to Fatick Coumba Ndofféne high school where he got his baccalaureate and moved to Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar to study English. He received a Master of Arts certification in postcolonial African studies. He is now an English translator and active with Youth Volunteers for Environment in Senegal. He is a member of the national executive team and focal point in Fatick. He actively participated as a leader and a volunteer in the elaboration and adoption of one of the most important environmental laws in Senegal by setting a petition and organizing pacific gatherings to struggle against the use of non-biodegradable plastics that dangerously threaten our soil. Today it is prohibited in the entire Senegalese territory. Guelwaar believes in African youth, he believes in Africa, and he believes in CorpsAfrica. His conception of African development is something that comes from the basis of the summit and not the inverse. There is no summit without strong a basement.