Everyday is learning day linking with different people and discuss different issues .Sunday was a great day for indigenous women from Namunyak Lepolosi after a visit from Forest Peoples Program team that was led by Joji Carino and Chico Carino. The visitors spent the whole day interacting with indigenous women at the Manyatta.Acordin to the maasai community, a visitor is very precious and therefore he/she enjoys a lot of services. Yams is one of the crops grown at the Manyatta since it does well in that soil and it was the food prepared for the visitors. Joji explained that they also grow it in their country and the their consumption is different since all its parts are consumed unlike in Kenya where their interest is only on roots. Its does well even in dry areas and there its a suitable crop for indigenous communities in most parts of the world.