RAIN forges partnerships with nomadic Wodaabe and Tuareg desert peoples of West Africa. While many NGO's help Africa, RAIN is among the few on the ground in rural and remote areas of Niger.
You can make the dream of secondary education happen for nomadic students.
We partner with nomadic communities in remote desert regions of Niger. Find out more about what we do.
Boston's afrobeat phenom will take to the stage for RAIN at Redhook Sept. 21st - don't miss it!
Tuareg herder Dombouki needed help to keep his livestock and feed his family. Many nomadic people in Niger face such challenges daily.
The stunning sights & sounds of West Africa come alive on September 21st!
Randy Armstrong, Volker Nahmann, Jose Duque, Shamou & Theo Martey create a musical experience like none other for West Africa Fest
As September approaches, rural students fight the odds to return.
Boston's Federator No. 1 will play at West Africa Fest 9.21 Watch the Video »
Rain for the Sahel and Sahara (RAIN) forges partnerships with underserved rural and nomadic desert peoples of West Africa to realize their ambitions for education and enduring livelihoods.
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