Save the Children has been working in Niger since the food crisis of 2005. Our programmes cover nutrition, food security and livelihoods, health, sanitation, education and child protection.
We engage in both long-term development projects and emergency interventions, building resilience and improving the lives of children throughout the country. We work directly with families and communities, foster the participation of children, and partner with local organisations, UN bodies and the Nigerien government to deliver results.
Working towards transformational change, we advocate for the rights and needs of children in Niger, supporting global campaigns regional initiatives. We seek innovative solutions to the most intractable challenges and share learning of what works. Our programmes are supported by a number of institutional and private donors.