Here are a couple of pictures of me with a women's group in a village called Kunyukou. The name "Kunyukuo" means "you don't give a stranger ordinary water". Instead you give them a meal and the fancy water. The name sums up their hospitality pretty well. They're amazingly kind and welcoming.
This women's group has 40 members. The members are mostly ground nut (peanut) farmers and sellers.
Me with the group. The man on the far left acts as a translator for me, since they mostly speak Hausa, and not Dagaare.