RAIN in the News

Fatoumata Diawara to Ignite the Music Hall Stage for RAIN

This summer, Africa comes to the Seacoast once again as RAIN welcomes rising Malian star Fatoumata Diawara at The Music Hall to celebrate RAIN's work bringing education and livelhioods to Niger.

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RAIN Acquires Learning Center for Rural and Nomadic Students in Niger

Nomadic children in Niger to go on to higher education with support from RAIN.

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RAIN Hosts "Niger: A Country United in the Face of Turmoil" in Washington D.C.

Tuareg musician Omara Moctar (Bombino) and RAIN Executive Director at the Elliott School of International Affairs of George Washington University.

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RAIN Website Content Available in French

Visitors to the RAIN website now have the option to translate selected pages in French.

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Tuareg men from the Aïr region spend 5-7 months each year on camel caravans, traveling to Bilma for dates and salt, and then to Kano to trade them for millet and other foodstuffs, household tools, and luxury items such as spices, perfume, and cloth.
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