The Haal Tribe, with roughly 2,000 people, is one of the smallest ethnic groups of West Africa. The Haals are dispersed over The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. The language of the Haals is Kassanga. Although several missioners attempted to Christianize the Haals they remain loyal to their ancestors’ religion. Haals’ lack of contact with Western habits and values has permitted them to maintain their traditions and their lifestyle has not changed significantly for the last centuries. A significant part of the proceeds will go to local charity projects.