Adiarra was born and raised all her life in Zikisso, in the south of Côte d'Ivoire. At the time, girls were not in school and she was one of them. From childhood, she always wanted to become a loincloth seller. Now married and mother of a young daughter, she discovered agriculture with the help of her husband. A profession that nourishes her man, she tells us. With her rural activities, she is able to support herself and her small family. Despite the age and difficulty of work, Adiarra is determined to provide a good education for her only daughter.
She asked Seekewa for help to increase her groundnut plot by one ½ Ha.
With this new harvest, she hopes to generate enough profits to finance her child's studies and open her loincloth shop.