pupils benefited from quality education
teachers received in-service training
In Niger, four in ten girls and three in ten boys do not go to school. The children grown up in an often dangerous environment which prevents them from following a normal school program. 76% of girls are married before they are 18 years old, 36% of teenagers fall pregnant between 15-19 years and only 29.9% of girls are literate compared with 50.2% of boys.
Enfants du Monde is actively working in the Nigerian territory to offer a second chance to children who are out-of-school or who dropped out too early. The objective is to improve the access to and quality of their education.
Second chance schools
Until 2022, we have provided access to quality education for out-of-school children aged 9 to 13.Read more
Education for school drop-outs
Under a mandate from Swiss Development Aid, we offer an alternative education to young people who have dropped out of school, enabling them to build a future for themselves.Read more
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