Vibrant Village Foundation works in western Niger, an area with some of the highest rates of food insecurity and water scarcity in the world.
In the Azawak Region, the mostly nomadic people often travel over 50 kilometers a day in search of water. The region was particularly devastated by the 2011-12-drought -conditions that have been exacerbated by ongoing conflict and extremism. In the Azawak and Tillaberi Regions, Vibrant Village Foundation partners with organizations to provide residents and nomadic tribes with a healthy and abundant source of water and community development and to improve food security families adapting to a less nomadic lifestyle.
A livestock food bank established to benefit 700 vulnerable families
Reached over 13,000 people with disease prevention education and treatment
2 boreholes constructed, benefitting up to 28,000 people
Children's drawings from Niger