Ndaye Fall, who sold all the land to the African National Oil Corporation, sits under a tree outside her home in Kaloac, Senegal. After the death of her husband she sold all her land to the company, with a vision that she would more easily provide for her eight children if she gains additional income by being employed at the company. The company did not keep the promise. They offered her work for only two months in bad working conditions and without regular payment. Before selling her land, Ndaye was growing millet and peanuts. Now she has to buy the peanuts at the market, grilling them and selling them in order to survive. In case she would get her land back, she would not only be able to grow her own peanuts, but also lease some land to others in order to gain additional income for her and her family.