Friendliest people in the world. Well, that I've explored so far. :)
They've definitely got something figured out in life, that affects their happiness. I'm thinking it might have something to do with family togetherness.
And regardless of the worthiness of said crops, the family benefits from having an income. They have food for their children. They have water. Their kids go to school. They seem healthy.
So -- we look at these children and then remember those in Megaladi...who don't have enough food or water and are struggling to stay healthy. It will be insightful to return to Megaladi day after tomorrow to visit with these people more -- see inside their homes, ask them questions about their lives, find out really concrete ways we can help them get on the path toward self-sustainability soon.