2014 In Review

Together, we changed the lives of 4,000 people in Niger this year.

slated for 2015

  • Expansion of the Agadez Learning Center so more nomadic students can succeed in secondary school
  • Savings & Loan groups bringing financial opportunity to women
  • Women's community gardens, increasing food security for rural families
  • Expansion of School Market Gardens
  • 140 mentors guiding 700 at-risk girls through primary school

We're halfway to our Annual Appeal campaign goal of $30,000 - we can get there with your help.

Look back with us at all we've accomplished this year - then take action to make even more possible in 2015 with a donation.

Thank you for all you do to create new possibilities for nomadic women & girls.

Happy New Year from all of us and your many friends in Niger!


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