Albert Koubohalie Sambou is from the region of Ziguinchor, more precisely in the village of Cagnout, department of Oussouye, Arrondissement of Loudia Wolof, Commune of Mlomp. In 2021, he graduated in Territorial Engineering in the field of Local Development at the Higher Institute of Territorial Engineering in Africa (ISIT/A). Before, he studied Geography at the Assane Seck University of Ziguinchor where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree. In addition, he also passed a certificate in Geographic Information Systems on Coursera, Mocc offered by the Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPTL). Passionate about local development, his professional career started in Ziguinchor in the regional office of Caritas as an intern, during which time he had to work with a team on the project to improve food security in the villages of the municipality of Ouonk through the establishment of drainage canals and water structures and then the support of village producers in the allocation of improved rice seeds. With the Nature Community and Development Unit of the University of Ziguinchor, Albert Koubohalie SAMBOU participated in reforestation days in neighborhoods and schools. He also participated in the development of the Communal Development Plan for the rural community of Adéane. He has acquired a certain expertise in the development of local development plans (PLD). Today, as a volunteer with CorpsAfrica/Senegal, he has set himself an objective which is to serve his community, and contribute to their development and their well-being, but also to initiate concerted development actions which will have a socio-economic and environmental impact. In short, Albert is someone who likes to give his time and resources to any action that aspires to improve the living conditions of communities and it is with and thanks to CorpsAfrica that this challenge can be met through innovative solutions.