Chadakori Community, Niger

Niger is the least urbanized state in West Africa and has a huge shortage of healthcare with only one doctor per 47,500 people. We have been partnering with the Yehi community since 2008.


  • Population48,484
  • Villages30
  • Temp30°C
We have partnered with the Chadakori community for over 10 years; and are now seeing the long-term impact our work is having on the children of Chadakori.

Healthcare has been a core focus of our work with the Chadakori community, as we worked together to reduce health issues for the community. In 2018, we have upskilled 23 community healthcare workers, vaccinated 539 women against tetanus, and have cured 157 children of malnourishment. 

We’re working with the people of Chadakori to build a community where children thrive.

We’re working with the people of Chadakori to build a community where children thrive.
We are working to improve access to safe drinking water, we have constructed 12 new water points and trained 77 members of dedicated water committees to maintain and repair the boreholes.

We will continue our partnership with the Chadakori community until 2022, continuing to build their knowledge, skills and resilience through sustainable projects, ensuring they will be equipped to identify and respond to needs as they arise.
children have been immunized against various child related diseases.
new reading clubs have been set up to improve school children’s literacy.
people are now members of saving groups.