Keur Daouda Cisse is a community of 325 people located just east of Thiès in central Senegal. The members of this Wolof community are devout members of the Mouride Islamic Brotherhood, and the men and boys of the community often pass the time performing ritual chants in Arabic. The farmers of the village cultivate mangoes, cashews, papaya, and peanuts as well as herd goats, sheep, and cows. Peace Corps is working with community members to reverse creeping desertification and encourage conservation-focused agricultural methods. The community draws water from two wells outfitted with manual pumps. The pumps on the wells are currently broken however, and the community hopes to utilize funds generated through the sale of their recordings to repair these pumps.