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RAIN gives Nomadic Girls of Niger Access to High School

RAIN gives Nomadic Girls of Niger Access to High School

                 Nomadic and rural girls of Niger have little access to education. On average most only complete 3 years of school. The RAIN Agadez Learning Center is helping these young women get an education.  The students at the ALC are sending their appreciation for Rain for the Sahel and Sahara. 

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Update from our Mentors: Educators as Mothers

Update from our Mentors: Educators as Mothers

Your donations are doing more than changing lives; they are changing opinions about the importance of a girl’s education. 

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West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

Join us in welcoming the Sultan of the Air and Niger Ambassador to the U.S. with a special reception.

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