Binta Fatty was born in 1987, she is a Gambian national living in Europe for many years. She is the Founder/CEO of “Women Decide NO to FGM & child marriage, YES to education for all girls”. This is a non-profit organization registered in Germany that advocates to stop all harmful practices towards women and girls and to promote education for girls.

After having given birth at just 15 years of age, Binta had grown to adulthood very young and has never stopped since then to commit herself to try to make the world a better place. Still, in the Gambia, she started being a fervent activist against the tradition of "Female Genital Mutilation" (FGM), and of Child Marriage, which unfortunately still largely prevails in her country. Then during her student years in Poland, she organized several African-Polish Business Cooperation Conferences, she worked with several Humanitarian Organizations and she represented the Gambia on the yearly European Economics Congress in Katowice.

She organized on 25th Nov 2018 for the first time in Berlin the Survivors match "Orange the world", 16 Days of Activism #HearMeToo campaign to end violence against women and girls. Then she organized on 6th Feb 2019 an awareness Demonstration for International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation #UnitedToStopFGM in Berlin powered by “Terre Des Femme e.v.”.
Back in the Gambia in Jan 2019, she organized several events in schools to promote girls’ education.

Binta’s educational background includes a B.A. in International Business from Skarbek University in Poland and a graduate certificate in Diplomacy and International Organization from the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw, Poland.