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Mr. SARR Khalifa Ababacar was born on September 5, 1976 in Pire Gourèye, a rural town located in the department of Tivaouane (region of Thiès). My village of origin is Ndiffife which constitutes one of the human settlements of the Arrondissement of Pambal, localizable to 2.5 km to the West of Pire Gourèye. This village was founded in the 1850s by the ancestor Tafsir Moussé SARR, a wise scholar of Islam and great Moukhadam of Seydil Hadji Malick SY (RTA) of Tivaouane.

Khalifa A. SARR made his debut at the elementary elementary school of Pire Gourèye between 1983 and 1985. After two years of study (CI and CP) in this knowledge center, primary school Khaly Amar FALL of the Diacksao road, Given the difficulties of access and supervision in studies well known in Pire, his father El Hadji Bara decided to transfer him to Ngaye Méckhé, an urban commune adjoining Pire Gourèye on his way to Saint-Louis. Arrived at his Serigne, homonym and son-in-law Marabout Khalifa DIAGNE, Grand Master Koran at Ngaye DIAGNE, Mbaye SARR not only integrated the class of CE1 in elementary elementary school of Meckhe 3 in 1985, but he also allied Koranic training under good control.

In 1990, the student SARR obtains his ticket for the CEM Sheikh Mourath NDAO of Meckhe by obtaining the Primary Certificate and the entry in sixth. Four years later, he obtained the BFEM (Patent of End of Middle Study) from the first round of the 1994 session of the exams and competitions of the Middle. He was sent to the Lycee de Tivaouane, but his father, Sergeant-Chef El Hadji Malick SARR, drew him to Dakar. Thus arrived late in Dakar and seen the difficulties of admission in Second in the public lycées especially, recourse was made to the private high school Yalla-Suur-En of the Sicap Karack.

It was only at the beginning of the 1995-1996 academic year that SARR Ababacar Khalifa obtained an admission ticket for the mixed school Maurice Delafosse. He was admitted to the Baccalaureate from the first round of the Advanced Session of September 1997 with the long strike which was known and which will have strongly marked the collective conscience of the Senegalese school.

On October 17, 1997, the new bachelor arrives at the university Gaston BERGER (www.ugb.sn) of Saint-Louis of Senegal. In the same way, it was the section of Geography of the UFR (Unit of Formation and Research) of Letters and Human Sciences which welcomed it. Consequently, the academic year 1997-1998 also suffered severe disruptions resulting in a single session: that of October 1998 which would have allowed us to enter the second year of Geography. The applicant SARR had the DEUG (Diploma of General University Studies) in 2000, the License (option: Development of the Territory) in 2001 and the Master's Degree in 2004.

After his second cycle, Mr SARR completed a pre-employment training course before becoming an assistant in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at the level of the Tools and Strategies Unit of the Non-Governmental Organization AQUADEV West Africa (Www.aquadev.org), office of Louga. He will have spent almost 15 months as a service provider in this structure before joining the African School of the Regional Center for Training in Aerospace Surveys (RECTAS: www.rectas.org) in Nigeria. This institution was created in 1972. It has always welcomed West African students and especially Senegalese students. It is a pan-African scientific component of 8 ECOWAS states including Mali, Senegal, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso and Cameroon. This is where, Mr SARR obtained his Diploma of Specialized Higher Education (DESS) in geomatics, option GIS with the mention BIEN in August 2007.

Since the beginning of September, SARR Khalifa Ababacar has returned to Senegal and still intends to work in the field of national development.

The geomatician expert SARR worked in the firm iDev-IC ex-SENAGROSOL Consult (www.senagrosol.com) in a project entitled "Identification and mapping of zones at risk of Senegal" from December 2008 to December 2009.

In January 2010, he joined MANOBI-Senegal, which is a pan-African GSM & GPS operator who has worked on many projects such as Mexico, Honduras, Cote d'Ivoire, etc. But also at the national level with the census of the billboards of the City council of Dakar for the tax base of the evaluation of the taxation. In December 2010, he left MANOBI after 11 months of taking charge of the Geomatics Operations Station of the structure.

As a consultant in the field of consultancy in 2011, I had to work with a lot of programs and offices: Project of support to the Rural Communes of the Valley of the Senegal River (PACR-VFS), Group of Engineering and Consulting GIC), Africa Emergence Conseils (AEC), Strategies and Leadership Group (GSL), etc.

Contact information:

* mail: khasaar [at] gmail [dot] com 
* phone: +221 77 657 73 46