At the heart of the Bassari Country, in Senegal, Leontine Keita, a young woman of Bedik ethnicity manages a small rural camp, Chez Leontine, comprised of 8 rustic cottages and a dining room. Leontine is also the promotor of a cooperative of flour producers in her native town, Bandafassi.

The perforation of a water well inside the camp has enabled the supply of drinking water not only to the bungalows and kitchen of Leontine’s camp, but also to the women’s cooperative of Bandafassi and to the entire community.