Income generation for rural people in remote and rural areas of Africa is a challenge. Especially in dry regions, where harvests can be unreliable due to droughts, household income heavily depends on weather patterns. Additionally, in those regions much often there are no other or few opportunities of income generation. However, especially in these drought afflicted areas, Baobab trees (Adansonia digitata) are most prevalent. The Baobab offers income possibilities through fruits, leaves and seeds.