Sponsor a child in Niger
and change their life for good
Children in Niger battle extreme poverty every day. Only half the rural population can get safe drinking water.
But, across the world we're reaching one new person with clean water every 10 seconds, and three more schools every day.*
As a child sponsor, you can help a child have water, food, child protection, training and skills, an education and a better future, for just 85p a day.
Sponsor a child in Niger and save her from child poverty.
We have 3 children that match your criteria. You can sponsor them now, or if you have any questions you can call our Supporter Care team on 01908 84 10 10.
Amina's life in Niger
Amina’s daily needs:
For children like Amina, growing up in Komabangou, hunger and malnutrition are facts of life. Families don’t know how to grow enough food for their hungry children. Many children in the area leave school early to work and help the family earn a living. Those who remain in education must study hard to succeed despite overcrowded classrooms and poorly-trained teachers.
- Children don't get enough food to eat, and often go hungry.
- Parents can't afford to buy clothing and school books for their children.
- Schools are overcrowded and teachers are poorly trained.
Your sponsorship can change Amina's world, and her community, for good.
How Sponsorship Helps
When you sponsor a child for £26 a month it brings much needed change to one child… and many more. The benefits you help provide, extend to your child's family, their community and other children in need. This is because we partner, plan and work alongside local community members to help build healthy, sustainable communities for vulnerable children in the world’s hardest places.
We listen to the child's community and help to identify their main needs.
We work with the community to develop a long-term action plan.
We make sure immediate needs are met, then move on to start the process of deeper, sustainable change.
We train volunteers, empower local groups, and provide resources and support for the community to make changes that will last long into the future.
What will your donation actually change?
Because of our community-focused solutions, for every child you help, four more children benefit, too. Depending on the priority needs in your child’s community, as a sponsor you will be improving lives by providing:
Each year children are dying from diseases caught by drinking dirty water. World Vision is reaching one new person with clean water every 10 seconds and brings clean water to three more schools every day.
We save lives by training volunteer health care assistants, bringing vaccination programmes, and working with families to help protect their children from infection and disease ensuring the most vulnerable have access to healthcare services.
We deliver nutrition programmes and farmers' schools, teaching new techniques to grow stronger crops, protect the soil and grow kitchen gardens - helping families feed their children and saving millions of lives around the world.
Education can transform a child’s life. We’re improving basic literacy and numeracy and working alongside communities to help them better understand their children's rights, and raise their voices to protect and provide for their children.
We provide training in new skills, and support mothers to start their own businesses helping provide a stable income so children and families can have better nutrition, healthcare and greater access to education.
Create lasting change
When you sponsor a child, you transform their life by helping to create lasting changes for their entire community
Why choose World Vision?
We are the world’s largest international children’s charity, working to bring real hope to millions of children in the world’s hardest places.
What do I get as a sponsor?
Why sponsor a child in Niger?
Sponsor a child in Niger and help families in their battle against poverty. Combined with droughts and poor harvests, it's not easy to get enough water or food.
Child sponsorship in Niger: the facts
• Almost half the population are under 14 years old.
• Only half of the rural population have access to safe drinking water.
• Only 20% of adults are literate.
• Life expectancy is just 56.
World Vision has been working in Niger since 1973.
Key achievements include:
better access to clean water (reducing the spread of waterborne diseases),
giving educational equipment to children so they can stay in school
and helping families start new businesses.
You can find out more about our child sponsorship work in Niger, here.
Please sponsor a child in Niger and save a childhood today.
World Vision is reaching one new person with clean water every 10 seconds and reaches three more schools every day with clean water.*
*Based on an average of 2.86 million people per year over the last five years (2013-2017) reached with access to clean water, and an average of seven schools/ day over the past two years (2016-2017).
2.86 million people per year/ 31,536 million seconds per year results in one person on average every 10 seconds being reached with clean water. An average of 2,264 schools were reached over two years. That is equivalent to seven schools per day, rounded down to three schools per day to account for potential fluctuations from year to year given that data has been tracked for only two years.