Gambia is a small West African country dominated by the Gambia river, bordering The Atlantic on one side and Senegal on the other. The population is roughly 2 Million.  Gambia is a Dictatorship where the ruler doesn't allow opposition.
Crops like corn, cassava rice, millet, sorghum are grown for subsistence and cattle, goats and sheep are farmed, there is also fishing.  Gambia is poor and heavily dependent on Peanuts as an export. Fluctuations in the price of peanuts in world markets severely affect Gambia. Tourism also earns foreign currency for Gambia.