The business classes are finished, thanks to AADB of course, as well as 5 community leaders who came an spoke on the last day of class. For the last day, after 11 weeks of learning about marketing, management, accounting and project management in the class room, we invited 5 community leaders from the area to speak about what these business principles really mean and how to apply them in the real world. This Leadership round table was the first of its kind in Bangou and the first one done in the Peace Corps context of business classes. It was a great success and I hope that it will be adapted by other volunteers in the future. Congrats to the students who passed the class and received an AADB business class diploma, which include our own Aladji, General Manager of AADB.