In Niger, such literacy classes are taught in the local vernacular. They are offered to women who never attended school.

Lougou Women.

A literacy class in haoussa was held in Lougou in 2007.

Mothers of the Hope Class in Niamey.

There are two literacy groups, one in zarma, the other in haoussa.

Dankassari women.

A good many women wish to acquire literacy skills in haoussa in Goubeye in Dankassari.
A first group did so in 2009-2010 through the decentralised cooperation Cesson Dankassari project. Another group of 33 women joined a literacy class in 2010-2011, within the Cesson Dankassari decentralized cooperation, in the village of Dogontapki.
In 2011-2012, 50 women benefited from a literacy course in Dogontapki.

In the 2012-2014 period, a group of 33 women followed a literacy course in Guizara. Following a high demamand, two groups of 25 women attended a literacy cours in haoussa in the villages of Karki Mallam in the 2014-2016 in Karki Mallam, as well as in the villages of Kamrey in 2015-2017 and of Chanoino the 2016-2018.

In the 2017-2019 period, two literacy centers are operating at Tounzourawa and Toudoun-Makera, as well as in Gofawa, within the craeation of a (multifunctional platform.

Literacy improves women’s self-reliance in daily life, and encourages them to start an activity and get an income. The group of women in Karki-Mallam asked for a micro-credit system to be implemented following their two-year literacy program.

Linked with access to energy in rural areas.

Since 2011, one hundred and fifty literacy centers have been supervised by RAEDD in villages fitted with multifunctional platforms.

Goubeye, 2010 (Abdoul Aziz Soumaïla)
Goubeye, 2010 (Abdoul Aziz Soumaïla)
Goubeye, 2010 (Abdoul Aziz Soumaïla)