Caleb Cha 721
How are Niger citizens dealing with this crisis, and have there been improvements since before?
Negative Sides/How I feel:
Rivers and Oceans:
Who I contacted: Global Affairs Canada
Have you ever been to Niger to help?
If you haven't, what ways do you think you can do to help it become more developed?
Dear Caleb Cha,
Thank you for your message to Global Affairs Canada. Here is a link of projects funded by Global Affairs Canada in Niger, please contact the executing agencies directly there will be able to help you with your inquiry.
Niger – International Development Projects
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In conclusion I think that Niger is slowly becoming more developed. I think this because the response that I got back showed me a link where it showed all the projects that agency has been doing to help Niger and there were a lot from 2001 all the way to 2011. Since this is only 1 of all the agencies that support Africa and Niger specifically, I think that there would be many more projects to support it. There are chances that there are some agencies working towards helping Niger become more developed even right now. I feel bad for Niger and it's citizens because of natural events like floods and droughts as well as their human development.
Here is a summary of my Geography Inquiry. My country for this geography Inquiry is called Niger. Niger has been listed as the lowest ranked in the National Human Development Index for 2014 and many years before that. Many horrible things have been happening to it such as floods, droughts, desertification and many other events. Niger is mostly covered by deserts such as the Sahara and Sahel Desert as well as sand dunes, uplands and hills. There are also a few rivers like the Nile, Niger River and the Congo River as well as the few lakes spread around. Niger is known as the Frying Pan of the World because of it's overwhelming heat. It sometimes evaporates raindrops before they even reach the ground. Rainfall is greater in the south part and barely reaches the ground in the north. There isn't much vegetation because of the country being mainly made up of the desert. Hunting was banned because of all the poaching of the few left animals left on Niger. The main source for water would be the three rivers.