5Farming – many of the farmers are nomads Farming – many of the farmers are nomads. They keep animals and move from place to placeThese are Tuaregs with camels.
6Most farmers are settled in one place and grow crops As well as keeping some animals
7Crops include sorghum and millet Millet is the main cereal grown in rainy season in the Sahel - where it is originated from. It is found on sandy soils where the rainfall is about 350 to 450 mms.
8As population grows in the villages the pressure on the land grows. This can lead to environmental damage.
9Trees are removed to get wood to cook with … ‘If mum is cooking I might help to wash the plates. When I get the chance I warm up some water so that I can wash and get changed. I pray for the last time at 8 pm. We eat together: me, Sali, and my mother. We almost always have wu [a stiff white porridge made of millet flour], but with different sauces’
16WATER AID - charityCurrently running water schemes in 11 countries, including Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sudan, Senegal, The Gambia and Ethiopia. Muslim Hands is providing safe, clean water to tens of thousands of poor people.From large community tanks, and irrigation channels to tube-wells that cost only £100 to fit, Muslim Hands Safe Water Scheme has gone from strength to strength over the past ten years.
17Biomass is wood – it shows how much they use Many obstacles constrain Burkina's development prospects, with widespread poverty and rapid population growth posing the greatest challenges.
18Few children get much more than a primary education. Boys are more likely to attend school than girls.
19Yatenga is one of the poorest areas Of one of the poorest countriesIn the poorest region of the world.
20The country has so much to do … But so little money to do it with.