Yabouy home Cooking offers travellers an experience that includes dressing up in traditional clothing, buying the necessary ingredients for the day's meal at the Tanji market, co-preparing a specialty of Gambian cuisine, having lunch with Ida in a group, and playing games and conversing in the garden. A common dish is the so-called Benachin, a traditional speciality from the Wolof culture.  In 2013, Ida Cham also founded the Yabouy Charity, a non-profit organisation focused on improving the lives of women in the communities around Brufut, on the Gambian coast, through various economic, social and environmental activities.

From Santander BEST Africa we offer support for the marketing of Yabouy Home Cooking and the training in web applications and social networks of its team in order to help increase the hiring of its services by the hotels on the Gambian coast.