In 2010, Niger suffered a military coup and political crisis that destabilized the country. Though successful elections in 2011 boosted hopes of progress, Niger remains an extremely fragile state, plagued by both domestic and regional pressures. Niger was ranked the poorest country in the world according to the United Nations Human Development Index in 2013, and economic conditions have improved little since then. Since late 2011, we have worked to empower youth to participate in their community and strengthen positive social networks. Our team currently collaborates with local and international organizations in Niger and the greater Sahel to train youth in leadership and social communication.

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The Poetic Refugee: Powerful words out of Niger - Refugee, Refugee, this is what I am, Refugee, this is my situation, Refugee, this is my circumstance. Yet, I have done no evil, done no wrong, But suddenly everything around me has fallen apart.For some their story is over, while for othersA new adventure is beginning. My tomorrow […]

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Kallewa Manio: Countering Violent Extremism in Diffa - We are working with youth in Diffa, Niger, to create a community response to violent extremism.
Partnerships for Peace in West Africa - In partnership with Creative Associates, we are supporting USAID’s Partnership for Peace program in West Africa, focused on improving the ability of organizations and governments to implement initiatives to counter violent extremism (CVE). The program aims to engage civil society, facilitate the development of government networks, and build […]
Supporting Displaced Populations in Diffa - Boko Haram’s violent insurrection led to the migration of thousands of people from the northeast of Nigeria to its neighboring countries, including Niger, Chad, and Cameroon. Niger is currently hosting a population of about 37,000 displaced people from Nigeria, according to UNHCR figures, including 8,000 Nigerians and nearly […]




Programs Coordinator
Aboubacar Moutari
SFCG – Niger

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