On the African continent, the informal economy has emerged as the first source of income for inhabitants. The street has become a fertile ground for trades of all kinds. Sidewalks and pavements are the market of all human resources. Today, two out of three citizens live out of little jobs on the streets. There is place for everyone who has an idea for a business. Today it is the only way to survive in a society in full economic development and stuck with inequalities. In Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, we follow the daily lives of these people working to survive.