Anahou and Mariama are retrieving water from the Tangarwashane faucet for their family. Their lives have changed dramatically. They used to fetch water from distant deep wells during the 9 month dry season, or marshes during the rainy season. Today, their water is only a short walk and faucet away. Even their animals have abundant water to drink. Thanks to the existence of their borehole, Amman Imman is implementing a livestock program in Tangarwashane to grow the herds of the community, thereby improving food security. Also, women can use the animals as a personal bank account, for trading purposes when they are in need of food, clothes, and medical supplies.