House in Bamako, Mali  Bamako is the capital and largest city of Mali, with a population of 1.8 million (2009 Census, provisional). In 2006, it was estimated to be the fastest growing city in Africa and sixth fastest in the world. It is located on the Niger River, near the rapids that divide the upper and middle Niger valleys in the south western part of the country.

House in Bamako, Mali Bamako is the capital and largest city of Mali, with a population of 1.8 million (2009 Census, provisional). In 2006, it was estimated to be the fastest growing city in Africa and sixth fastest in the world. It is located on the Niger River, near the rapids that divide the upper and middle Niger valleys in the south western part of the country.

Niger Tornadoes Coach Bala plots fall of former boss   Niger Tornadoes Technical Adviser Abubakar Bala believes that his former boss Abdullahi Usman Biffo of Abia Warriors do not know much about the side he left before the end of last season.  Abia Warriors will be host to Niger Tornadoes at the Umuahia Township Stadium Umuahia on match day 11 of the Nigeria professional Football League (NPFL) Wednesday.  Coach Bala said that he relish the opportunity to meet his former boss who he said they…

Niger Tornadoes Coach Bala plots fall of former boss Niger Tornadoes Technical Adviser Abubakar Bala believes that his former boss Abdullahi Usman Biffo of Abia Warriors do not know much about the side he left before the end of last season. Abia Warriors will be host to Niger Tornadoes at the Umuahia Township Stadium Umuahia on match day 11 of the Nigeria professional Football League (NPFL) Wednesday. Coach Bala said that he relish the opportunity to meet his former boss who he said they…

Who are the Kalabari of Nigeria? This ethnic group, approximately one million in size (Nigeria is estimated at 90 million population), were formerly fishermen, traders of salt, slaves, and palm oil. They live on a series of islands in the delta of River Niger, four degrees above the equator. Their cultural capital is the island city of Buguma.

Who are the Kalabari of Nigeria? This ethnic group, approximately one million in size (Nigeria is estimated at 90 million population), were formerly fishermen, traders of salt, slaves, and palm oil. They live on a series of islands in the delta of River Niger, four degrees above the equator. Their cultural capital is the island city of Buguma.

Zuma Rock is a large monolith located in Niger State, Nigeria. It is just north of Nigerias capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna, and is sometimes referred to as Gateway to Abuja. - http://www.theworldgeography.com/2012/12/plugs-and-monoliths.html

Zuma Rock is a large monolith located in Niger State, Nigeria. It is just north of Nigerias capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna, and is sometimes referred to as Gateway to Abuja. - http://www.theworldgeography.com/2012/12/plugs-and-monoliths.html

Niamey city-Niamey was probably founded in the eighteenth century, but was of little importance to most of the country until the French developed a colonial post in the 1890s. This rapidly grew into an important centre. In 1926 it became the capital of Niger, and the population gradually increased, from about 3,000 in 1930 to around 30,000 in 1960

Niamey city-Niamey was probably founded in the eighteenth century, but was of little importance to most of the country until the French developed a colonial post in the 1890s. This rapidly grew into an important centre. In 1926 it became the capital of Niger, and the population gradually increased, from about 3,000 in 1930 to around 30,000 in 1960

Africa | A collection of Tuareg Crosses. Niger. | Tuareg crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty | Most of the cross designs are named after oasis towns or mountains between Agadez in Niger and the Hoggar Mountains in the north, with the Agadez (Tuareg capital) being the best known of all the crosses.

Africa | A collection of Tuareg Crosses. Niger. | Tuareg crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty | Most of the cross designs are named after oasis towns or mountains between Agadez in Niger and the Hoggar Mountains in the north, with the Agadez (Tuareg capital) being the best known of all the crosses.

Third grader Mariama Morou lives in Kosseye Satom, a village 15 kilometers from Niamey, the capital of Niger. Today she is helping her mother with household chores, because her teacher did not show up. Absenteeism among teachers is very common in Niger. Although the number of girls attending primary school has currently reached 80 percent, only 25 percent continue their studies into secondary school. According to a 2012 demographic study by the Ministry of Public Health, more than 75 percent…

Third grader Mariama Morou lives in Kosseye Satom, a village 15 kilometers from Niamey, the capital of Niger. Today she is helping her mother with household chores, because her teacher did not show up. Absenteeism among teachers is very common in Niger. Although the number of girls attending primary school has currently reached 80 percent, only 25 percent continue their studies into secondary school. According to a 2012 demographic study by the Ministry of Public Health, more than 75 percent…

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