In the village of Gararoua Haoussa, in the commune of Droum, Mr. Moutari is having a conversation with a group of men. He takes his leave mid-conversation in order to go take household waste to his field. He asks his wife to gather all of the household waste she just swept, and he places the bags in his cart. Two of his friends see him working, and Mr. Moutari explains to them the importance of maintaining a clean family living environment. When one of the men, Mr. Issa, returns home, he educates his wife in turn. They also talk about the role of heads of households and sanitation groups in terms of the cleanliness of the village.