Access to masks ensures studies can continue Distributing masks so students can attend school A new dorm could house 25 middle school girls Providing room & board makes education possible

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara

Org #2690
Vetted since 2009
2001
year founded
$93,039
raised on GlobalGiving
11
years fundraising
6
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara (RAIN) partners with rural and nomadic people of West Africa to enable enduring livelihoods through access to education.

Projects (12)

Women's Community Gardens in Niger
Niger / Food Security
Bring Lights, Books and Computers to Niger
Niger / Education
Herding for Sustainable Futures
Niger / Animal Welfare
Niger Emergency Food Aid Fund
Niger / Education
School Market Gardens
Niger / Education
Women Artisan Cooperatives in Niger
Niger / Gender Equality
Women's Community Gardens
Niger / Food Security
 
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Project Leaders
Freya Hoffman-Terry
Freya Hoffman-Terry
Katherine Kolios
Katherine Kolios
Team
Bess Palmisciano, Katherine Kolios, Salifou Kountche, Brian Nowak, Freya Hoffman-Terry
Organization Information
PO Box 1503
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802
United States
(603) 371-0676
Organization Information
PO Box 1503
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802
United States
(603) 371-0676

Project Reports

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Jan 22, 2021
Resilience in the Face of Challenges
Since our last update, Covid cases in Niger have almost quadrupled to 4,267. Fortunately, the rate of Covid deaths remains low. With this most recent spike in cases, the Nigerien government is,...
Nov 13, 2020
Resilience in the Face of Challenges
As if a global pandemic wasn’t enough, Niger has experienced terrible flooding this year – the worst flooding in generations. Hundreds of thousands of Nigeriens were displaced and tens of...
Nov 13, 2020
Resilience in the Face of Challenges
As if a global pandemic wasn’t enough, Niger has experienced terrible flooding this year – the worst flooding in generations. Hundreds of thousands of Nigeriens were displaced and tens of...
 
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