The Millet Machine was one of the first investments that started in 2005 made by Jef Jel for the community. It grinds the millet harvested from the fields into flour for so it can be used to cook many of the meal staples in Senegal. Millet can be prepared like rice, substituted for potatoes when cooked with more liquid, and make a great addition to grain bread. It also makes a great bed for roasted vegetables, curries, and stews.
It is housed in a building in the nearby town of LatMingue where it services the local community. Ndangane has a site manager who runs the machine and collects payment.