Nafissa envisions her future, thanks to the ALC Mentors support academics AND life skills Staying in school means marrying later View of the solar panel installation

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara

Org #2690
Vetted since 2009
2001
year founded
$98,197
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 (11)

Bring Lights, Books and Computers to Niger
Niger / Education
Women's Community Gardens in Niger
Niger / Food Security
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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Jul 13, 2021
News from Nafissa - Her Experience at the ALC
As a student at RAIN' Agadez Learning Center, Nafissa has the opportunity to attend middle school in the city of Agadez. She receives room and board as well as the chance to show her family and her...
Jul 7, 2021
Hear from Hawa about How You've Helped
Hawa is a student in 4ieme (8th grade) in the Aouderas Middle School. In addition to working with a local woman mentor, Hawa receives free daily after-school classes to help her succeed academically....
May 27, 2021
Success Against All Odds
Last year was really hard.As Covid-19 caused schools to shut down - in Niger and around the world - we worried about what would happen to girls who were out of school. Would they want to...
 
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