Woodabe in Foudouk, Niger West Africa

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara continues their work in Niger, helping establish a woman's coop in Foudouk, Niger to support education in their community.

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The Tuareg have sometimes been called "The Blue People," due to the indigo pigment in their traditional robes and turbans staining their skin a dark blue.
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