A Walk for Water Water and climate change - together they form the basis for the world's concern for climate change. They are inextricably linked, says UN Water, World Water Day 2020. "Adapting to the water effects of climate change will protect health and save lives. Using water more efficiently will reduce greenhouse gases. We cannot afford to wait. Everyone has a role to play." This World Water Day we offer you A Walk for Water planning guide, a step-by-step kit to put on an event in which the whole community can participate. If you would like us to set up [...]
Year of Abundance I hope you enjoyed a holiday season filled with harmony, light, and abundance… and that this carries over throughout 2020. Thank you for supporting Amman Imman in 2019, and over our 15 years of existence, whether it be financially, morally, or in any other way. I also extend extreme gratitude to our amazing board, staff, and volunteers. Amman Imman is composed of talented, persistent, hard-working individuals. They are dedicated to the point of taking huge risks and undergoing great personal sacrifice to make our work impactful. I enjoyed much of 2019 in Niger beside the people we serve, [...]
Souri has spent the past many years traveling regularly to Nigeria...
Calling All Artists and Activists! Amman Imman has teamed up with Popsockets to join Poptivism, a program that promotes activism and philanthropy through the sale of artist-designed phone grips. We are curating a special line of PopGrips designed by our Wells of Love student artists -- and you can purchase one! A full 50% of the sale price is donated to Amman Imman! Click here to purchase an artist-designed Popgrip. (Click here for alternate link ) Designed by 11-year-old Fassely Popgrip + Activist = Poptivist We envision a page of PopGrips designed by people just like you. Add your [...]
The indigenous populations of the Azawak, in Niger and Mali, are the unheard victims of the climate crisis
Desertification has ravaged this once lush pastureland, the ancestral home to a half million Tuareg and Wodaabe Fulani nomads.