RAIN Meets $25K Matching Campaign Goal with One Day's Wages

The southern Tillaberi region of Niger is some of the most food secure areas of the country. Thanks to your support and the help of One Day's Wages, the communities of Seiga & Ingui will become more resilient to hardship.

The matched funds of $25,000 will bring 30 women mentors to 90 at-risk nomadic girls, fund two savings and loan groups for women, enable 30 women artisans to hone their skills and earn income, and ensure that hundreds of nomadic children have access to education with two school market gardens.

RAIN looks forward to sharing you're good work as these programs develop.

Special thanks to One Day's Wages for sharing with their network of supporters and matching donations.

 

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