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Niger Geography Printables and Unit Study Links

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In support of the Raise a Village campaign, I am part of a team of homeschool educators  partnering with Samaritan’s Purse to bring you part of an educational unit study of Niger.

Today I have a few printables to share with you based on the country of Niger {not Nigeria – did you know there were two countries in Africa with such similar names?}. If you are working on a geography unit for Africa, these printables will be a fun addition to your learning. Don’t forget to check below too. There are links to several other helpful printables, art projects, and lesson plans from other homeschool moms to help you out as well.

Niger Mapping Page, Country Factsheet, and Prayer Printables

Niger Geography Pages via HomeschoolCreations


The Niger Geography Printables include the following worksheets:

  • a mapping sheet for the country of Niger {map rivers, countries, mountains, and other geographical information}
  • a country factsheet to write down information about Niger including when it became a country, current population, climate, type of government, and more
  • a prayer sheet to display and use when studying about Niger

You can find out specific information on the country of Niger that will help you fill out the worksheets by visiting this site and also the Raise a Village page from Samaritan’s Purse.


Don’t miss these FREE geography printables listed by continent…

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Additional Printables, Projects, and Ideas for a Niger Unit Study

Visit the following blogs for more free printables and unit study ideas to use with your family when learning about the country of Niger:

Raise a Village from Samaritan’s Purse


You can find out how Samaritan’s Purse is partnering with Guidan Gado, a village in the country of Niger where families struggle in hopeless situations.

Raise a Village is an effort to change lives by supplying livestock, seeds, tools, and other aid that will provide the 1,400 people living in Guidan Gado with a hope-filled future. It is just one of the many ways we are working in Niger, which is one of the poorest countries on earth.

Follow the progress of Raise a Village.



I volunteered to create printables and share information about Raise a Village from Samaritan’s Purse. I was not compensated in any form and all thoughts, printables, and such are my very own.

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  1. beautiful! We are working on an African Unit Study for History this year. (our page is still a work in progress however, we have added your link as well as the link to Raise a Village to our site. Please visit and approve.http://freehomeschoollessons.weebly.com/geography-africa-unit-study.html

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