Gisele is a young lady born in Abidjan in the Port Bouët district in a happy family. His father, a planter, and his mother, a government worker, taught her very early on to be autonomous. Forced to stop school, she learned the sewing trade without much success in the big city and became a housekeeper. Gisèle then married and followed her husband to Djidji.
Today, with 5 dependent children, she sells fruit juices that her children love. However, this activity does not cover all the costs related to their education. Gisèle is now thinking of growing corn on her 1/2 hectare property.
With this income, she hopes to be able to support her husband and open a fish market. So she asked Seekewa for help in launching this new cultural project