African Changemaker

Mamadou Biteye

Mamadou is a Senegalese development practitioner widely recognized for his expertise in development finance and strategy.

He is a strong advocate for innovation and collaboration in the development sector and has worked closely with governments, non-governmental organizations, and private sector partners to drive inclusive economic growth and sustainable development in Africa.

Mamadou is the Executive Secretary of The African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF).
ACBF is the outcome of a partnership between African governments and the international donor community and seeks to build sustainable human and institutional capacity for sustainable growth and poverty reduction in Africa.

Mamadou has previously served as the Managing Director of The Rockefeller Foundation Africa Regional Office.
He joined the Foundation in 2015 and has played a vital role in leading the organization’s efforts to promote inclusive economies, food security, and resilience in Africa.

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