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Rough Roads of Niger

Rough Roads of Niger

 The difficult paths that Nigeriens must take in the Sahel and Sahara.

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Making a Difference

Making a Difference

 You have made a huge difference, but there is still more to do!

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Making a Difference

Making a Difference

 Making a difference is the most important goal that RAIN works toward. You can help us achieve these goals.

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West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

Join us in welcoming the Sultan of the Air and Niger Ambassador to the U.S. with a special reception.

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From New Castle to Niger with Leonard Seagren

From New Castle to Niger with Leonard Seagren

Join Leonard Seagren 6.21 on a journey that would bring him together with teens in Niger.

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Saharan Nomads: Behind the Veil On Sale

Saharan Nomads: Behind the Veil On Sale

Reserve now for our 2014 Annual Event celebrating West African nomadic culture 5.31!

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Hector Invites you to Join the Fiesta at Margaritas

Hector Invites you to Join the Fiesta at Margaritas

15% of your check will be matched for double the impact...Ole!

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Fall News 2013

Fall News 2013

Festival Season Comes to Niger!

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Team Up With GlobalGiving for Girls' Education

Team Up With GlobalGiving for Girls' Education

Team up with RAIN and GlobalGiving to help give the gift of education to girls in Niger. We make it easy, and include a draft email that you can use to start your own fundraising campaign!

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Follow RAIN’s adventures as we create sustainable change in Niger... get behind the scenes as we partner with the legendary nomads of the Sahel and Sahara and lend your ideas, thoughts and questions!

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