QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE (QSV) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on women and girls education, social welfare and more.  It does not exclude families and males. In fact the organization has held several programs and events over the years pre nonprofit and after our ruling year of 2013 catering to families benefiting everyone whom participated.  QSV welcomes collaborations with like-minded Associations and NGO’s in the future whom in particular work on behalf of orphans and Talibe children.

In 2004, Queen Sheba D. Cisse, the founder of QSV Organization first visited the country after being invited by the brilliant late scholar Iman Shaykh Assane Cisse ( RTA) of Medina Kaolack. 

“I remember how excited I was once the plane touched down on Senegalese soil in Dakar. I happily claimed my luggage and was eager to meet a family member of the Scholar Imam to pick me up as I was stepping off the curve of the sidewalk I was greeted by children with bowls begging. It was my first reality experience on this sensitive issue. My heart dropped to be confronted like this. My happiness diminished suddenly and my spirit was emotionally clouded. I had researched and read back at that time there were nearly 55,000 children on the street in the same conditions of having to depend on the public to feed or care for them. Since that time I have come across several groups struggling to maintain refuge for male children in the same condition throughout Senegal. We ask God that our missionary work is contagious enough that collectively organizations of all kinds and communities in Senegal prioritize meetings to discuss solutions to bring about CHANGE. We no longer can sit back waiting for the leaders of African countries to pass laws that are there but not practiced.” ~ Founder Queen Sheba Cisse 

Partnering with QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE with a concrete plan and goals of your development will attract our team to take the conversation to the next level to secure future collaborations. Currently QSV is on a unique development mission fundraising to build a women and girls educational empowerment Social Center to be able to include and address such important concerns. Queen Cisse was born in North America, USA where children are protected by laws preventing this horrific epidemic. As an African that has returned to her home and native country Senegal, Queen Cisse believes it is high time to “Take a stand and take Action!”

If seriously interested in a future partnership collaboration please get in touch periodically and contact us at queenshebavillage.org and by mobile 76 460 4454, 78 442 1373.

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” QSV aiding humanity benefits global community wherever we are” ~ Founder Queen Sheba Cisse 

Honorable Shaykh Mahy Cisse advocates on the behalf of street children crisis in Senegal

Published by Queen Sheba

I am mother to many globally including my own five children and I have a passion to aide and serve the public, a intense speaker, a writer as well as a lover of the arts. I am also the Founder of nonprofit organization Queen Sheba Village, Inc in Maryland, USA operating in Senegal, West Africa to promote educational empowerment to impoverished women, girls and children at large to support their families to independent sustainability.

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