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Making housing affordable and sustainable in Senegal.

Meet the founders

Complementary profiles that strengthen Jiwall's expertise

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Makhtar Diop
CEO / Co-founder
Makhtar Diop
CEO / Co-founder
Makhtar Diop, CPA is a bilingual professional with 7 years of experience in entrepreneurship and financial auditing.
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Diarra Gueye
Co-founder
Diarra Gueye
Co-founder
Diarra Gueye is a bilingual professional with 8 years of experience in entrepreneurship and investment banking.
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Marguerite Tall
Co-founder
Marguerite Tall
Co-founder
Marguerite Tall is a bilingual professional with 5 years of experience in private equity and consultancy.
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Baidalaye Cissokho
Co-founder
Baidalaye Cissokho
Co-founder
Baidalaye Cissokho is a certified notary with 5 years of professional experience in a well-known local notarial firm.

Who are we ?

Jiwall is a proptech startup that aims to make housing affordable and sustainable in sub-Saharan Africa. We are uberizing the real estate development process to reduce your costs.

Our Mission

Make housing and affordable and sustainable in sub-Saharan Africa by leveraging new technologies to offer cutting-edge solutions.

Our Vision

Jiwall will disrupt the real estate industry by offering the general public a wide range of investment opportunities, thereby democratizing the access to real estate. 

Our Values

Sustainabilty: The biggest challenge of our generation.

The real estate industry contributes over 15% of greenhouse gas emissions, 35% of global energy consumption and 5% of global water consumption. It is the responsibility of all stakeholders (builders, investors and occupants) to take measures to preserve our planet.

For Jiwall, the sustainable approch to real estate is not an option but an obligation. From design to operation of buildings, our choices are guided by:

African real estate challenges:

Lack of information

The lack of transparency and information vis-à-vis the general public makes decision-making very difficult for a neophyte.

Red tape

The proliferation and cumbersome administrative procedures are a brake on real estate investment.

Inaccessibility

Real estate in Senegal requires a significant investment. The financing options being limited, the sector is thus inaccessible to small stock exchanges.

Lack of innovation

Construction techniques in Africa change very little, and this despite the imperative to adapt our constructions to our urban, climatic and social realities.

What they say about us :

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