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  • Organisation

    Association Nationale des Albinos du Niger (ANAN) started in 2014. The Organisation promotes, defends and protects the image and well-being of people living with albinism in Niger. It is specifically active in the fields of health, education, training, employment and economic integration. The Organisation also operates throughout the country, but currently, it has three offices in Niamey, Maradi and Zinder with plans to continue to expand its activities to the other remaining regions.

    • Organisation

      Association Nationale des Albinos du Niger (ANAN) started in 2014. The Organisation promotes, defends and protects the image and well-being of people living with albinism in Niger. It is specifically active in the fields of health, education, training, employment and economic integration. The Organisation also operates throughout the country, but currently, it has three offices in Niamey, Maradi and Zinder with plans to continue to expand its activities to the other remaining regions.

    • Project

      The project Not a factor of exclusion, contributes to the promotion and realisation of the rights of people with albinism in Niger. The project ensures that the public acknowledges that people with albinism are human beings and citizens who have a place in society and who must enjoy all human rights.

      The project focuses on the families of people with albinism, administrative and customary authorities, opinion leaders and the general public; while involving the media, including community media. The project also facilitates the social integration and capacity building of persons with albinism through trainings which generates more self-confidence, leadership, and a better understanding of albinism in order to become familiar with and lead an inclusive life together with the rest of the community. The project is being implemented in the regions of Niamey and Maradi.

  • Project

    The project Not a factor of exclusion, contributes to the promotion and realisation of the rights of people with albinism in Niger. The project ensures that the public acknowledges that people with albinism are human beings and citizens who have a place in society and who must enjoy all human rights.

    The project focuses on the families of people with albinism, administrative and customary authorities, opinion leaders and the general public; while involving the media, including community media. The project also facilitates the social integration and capacity building of persons with albinism through trainings which generates more self-confidence, leadership, and a better understanding of albinism in order to become familiar with and lead an inclusive life together with the rest of the community. The project is being implemented in the regions of Niamey and Maradi.

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