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Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust Joins RAIN in Creating Sustainable Agriculture in Niger

The Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust supports two School Market Gardens for nomadic communities in Niger.

 

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RAIN Partners with MAZON and the Global Hunger Foundation to Create Long Term Solutions to Food Insecurity in Niger

Through partnerships with MAZON and the Global Hunger Foundation, RAIN makes strides towards food security in nomadic communities.

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RAIN Awarded $5,000 Grant from the Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund for Niger Mentoring Program

The Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund (VGIF) has awarded Portsmouth based NGO Rain for the Sahel and Sahara (RAIN) a grant for $5,000 for a Girls Scholarship and Mentoring Program to be implemented in a partner school of the Tilaberi region of Niger, West Africa.

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RAIN Executive Director Bess Palmisciano to be honored among 2011 “Remarkable Women of the World” by NH Magazine

Bess Palmisciano, founder and Executive Director of the Portsmouth based NGO Rain for the Sahel and Sahara (RAIN) has been selected by New Hampshire Magazine as one of the Granite State’s “Remarkable Women of the World” for 2011.

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