Mentoring for At-Risk Nomadic Girls in Rural Niger

 
$16,117
$3,883
Raised
Remaining
Feb 12, 2010

RAIN School Supporting Programs

Women of the Wodaabe Cooperative
Women of the Wodaabe Cooperative

RAIN’s Wodaabe Women’s Artisan Cooperative has earned over $800 for their children's school in Foudouk. They will use the funds to support a school food program.

The women put aside 50% of all profits from RAIN’s sale of their unique embroidered goods to help their school.

We are always looking for more ways for communities to support schools. This is durable development that brings parents and teachers together for better education for all.

Well done women of the Wodaabe Co-op!

Beautifully embroidered tee shirts by the women.
Beautifully embroidered tee shirts by the women.
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Organization

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
http://www.rain4sahara.org

Project Leader

Julia D'Orazio

Office Manager
Portsmouth, NH United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Mentoring for At-Risk Nomadic Girls in Rural Niger