Menstrual Health in Africa

Millions of girls and women are experiencing menstruation health poverty in Africa; more than double the proportion of any other Continent in the world. This growing concern in these countries cause severe conditions of disease and despair, leading to the loss of lives on a regular basis. Women and girls do not have the education and financial economical means to manage their monthly menstruation safely and effectively. Inadequate Infrastructures for decent sanitation needs is also a huge lack. All of the above and more needs to be address to tackle the rooted issues head on.

Queen Sheba Village is joining likeminded NGOS to discuss and develop long-term solutions aimed at providing a sustainable healthcare kits for poor communities as well as supporting needy widows and girls through the distribution of healthy hygiene packages. We have received many requests for sanitary feminine products and we also feel the need to address the ongoing issues associated with it. It is for good reason I began writing the details for this program dedicated to the females in which I adore to teach one woman and girl at a time.

With your donating generosity and our collaborative efforts with other non governmental organizations we can continue the efforts in positively impacting the lives of the underprivileged and under served in rural communities. We start educating at home in Senegal and join additional neighbors one country at a time.

Stay tuned for an additional post as we continue to research and share the details of this much needed program to be realized to be included in our health/hygiene events upcoming, GOD willing.

#MGD #MHD2023 #weareinvested #healthhygiene #educationmatter #opportunitiesneeded #water #sanitation #economicalbuilding

~ Queen Sheba Village, Inc


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 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

Micro Finance Our Way Loan

International volunteer Merilyn interview with Ndeye Khardiata

Ndeye is a mother of many, and highly business minded woman. She has been running her business from a very tender age (before marriage) and does not remember her exact age. She says entrepreneurship runs in her blood. She has a passion for action. Ndeye orders clothes in to sell and has a tailoring business where she has hired tailors working. She also has a wide variety of shoes and hand bags that she orders in to sell. 

Ndeye believes in empowering other women by inspiring them with her life. She says that other women should feel like they can also run a business through her example. She also wants to be better than other tailors on the market by providing quality work. She says her customers are always happy with their products and this is a plus for her. 

In five years’ time, Ndeye sees her business running not from her home or spare bedroom, but in a shop. She also envisions traveling to order in products from other countries like Dubai. She has big dreams and believes a loan from QSV will help her achieve this. Additionally, she envisions her business running in a shop so that she can be able to employ more youths that are unemployed and looking for a means to make a living. Ndeye is a tailor and has trained all her tailors, and wants to train even more young motivated youths.   

Ndeye also believes she will be able to pay back the loan little by little because her business provides a steady revenue. 

Mariama Ba, fully recommends Ndeye as a candidate that can be well trusted for this loan. Mariama has been Ndeye’s faithful client for many years now, and fully vouches for her. Below are several more pictures of Ndeye’s business.

QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE awarded 2019 Platinum Seal of Transparency by GuideStar

News, Press May 6, 2019

On May 6, 2019 GUIDESTAR congratulated QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE on earning the highest Seal of Transparency at the PLATINUM Participation Level. 

This is GuideStar’s newest and highest level of recognition. Seal of Transparency. The highly-respected MFTransparency is awarded to the providers of micro-finance who become transparent in their product pricing.

GuideStar USA, Inc. is an information service specializing in reporting on U.S. nonprofit companies and is the world’s largest source of information about nonprofit organizations.

QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE adheres to  commitment and in compliancy to the mission and vision to the organization work, metric data reports and evaluations responsibly. Our organization is unique and rare to date in diverse development projects. We are excited and thrilled to this achievement!


See QUEEN SHEBA VILLAGE profile for more details here: for more details.


QSV Supporting the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation

World Health Organization [WHO]

Fact Sheet

  • Female genital mutilation (FGM) includes procedures that intentionally alter or cause injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.
  • The procedure has no health benefits for girls and women.
  • Procedures can cause severe bleeding and problems urinating, and later cysts, infections, infertility as well as complications in childbirth and increased risk of newborn deaths.
  • More than 125 million girls and women alive today have been cut in the 29 countries in Africa and Middle East where FGM is concentrated (1).
  • FGM is mostly carried out on young girls sometime between infancy and age 15.
  • FGM is a violation of the human rights of girls and women.

WHO is particularly concerned about the increasing trend for medically trained personnel to perform FGM. WHO strongly urges health professionals not to perform such procedures.

  1. UNICEF. Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: a statistical overview and exploration of the dynamics of change, 2013.

For more updated information on female genital mutilation click here.

QSV Accepts Online Donations

Queen Sheba Village Inc. (QSV) organization is a licensed non-profit in the state of Maryland, USA which is dedicated to improving the well-being of women and children in rural Senegal. QSV focuses its efforts on education, micro-finance entrepreneurship, financial literacy training, and on the current construction of a women’s facility. We also collect and distribute gifts and items in-kind, such as school supplies to bring to the children of Senegal.

Donation online is an easy, secure way to contribute to Queen Sheba Village. Your contribution is tax deductible as we are an official 501c3 organization. You may also make recurring donations to Queen Sheba Village by clicking the donation button below. All contributions help us make a difference in the lives of the communities we serve. We also accept donations from international donors.

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