Adnane Sounni is from Chefchaouen and lives in Meknes, Morocco. In 2010, he obtained a degree in Computers Science. In 2014, he graduated from the University of Moulay Ismail in Meknes with a Bachelor of Arts in English Studies. He has been a CorpsAfrica Volunteer since December 2014. From December 2014 until January 2016, he volunteered in Morocco in a village in the region of El-Jadida city where he worked on development projects with the community. After finishing his service in Morocco, he moved to Senegal on another volunteering mission with CorpsAfrica/Senegal. Most recently he participated in the Arab Ambassadors for Dialogue Program that took place in Tunisia. It is a program funded by Denmark to push for more dialogue and acceptance in the Arab World. In addition to that, he participated in many other training with peace volunteers; the last one being the Gender Advocate Training program. Adnane is interested in human development, human rights, and international relations.