Madeleine Penda Ndiaye
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Madeleine Penda Ndiaye is the program manager of the Program for Food Security in the Department of Foundiougne (Programme pour la sécurité Alimentaire dans le département de Foundiougne, PROSAF), a food security initiative sponsored by the Lutheran Church of Senegal in the Kaolack region. Originally from Péléo Sérères, Senegal Ndiaye began working with the Lutheran Church of Senegal by coordinating a project in Mbour and later managing PROSAF. Ndiaye is Catholic and comes from a multifaith family, with both Muslim and Christian relatives. She draws on religious teachings to guide her work in Senegal. She earned her master’s degree in management and marketing.