Adja Arame Seck
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Adja Arame Dite Aminata Seck is a member of the Superior Islamic Council of Senegal, which she joined in 1953 as a young girl. She also founded the Sincere Women of God Association as well as her own Qur’anic school, Daara Bajjen Arame, where she is responsible for as many as 70 students per year. Prior to opening her own school, she taught Arabic for ten years and became certified as an inspector of Arabic education. Adja Arame Seck has studied in Senegal, Morocco, and Tunisia. She also serves as the departmental president of Ndeyou Daara in Thiès, Senegal. She is a member of a Senegalese working group of religious leaders promoting maternal and child health. She has been honored by two Senegalese presidents as a member of the National Order of the Lion.