Niger

Women getting water in Burkina Faso | Photo: ANSA/Missionary group "Un Pozzo per la Vita"
Malian repatriated refugees eat under a bush covered by cow and sheep skins to protect against the sun and 45 degrees Celsius temperature in the village of Koygouma | Photo: EPA/Nicolas Remene
Nigerian refugees returning from the Republic of Niger are helped into a vehicle to be transported back home by personel from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) | Photo: EPA/STR
© Boureima Hama, AFP | Niger soldiers stand guard on October 21, 2016 at the Tazalit United Nations refugee camp in the Tahoua region, some 300 kilometres northeast of the capital Niamey, where militants had killed 22 soldiers on October 7, 2016.
The threat of contracting the novel coronavirus does not deter migrants in Niger | Photo: Mehdi Chebil / InfoMigrants
Life after flooding in Mozambique | Photo: Reuters/Z. Bensemra
Woman carrying heavy load at construction site in India | Photo: Bharat Patel
The IOM and UNHCR run various facilities, including resettlement programs, for migrants across Niger | Photo: picture-alliance/KEYSTONE/A. Anex
Moussa is stuck at the bus station in Edirne after he was robbed when trying to cross the Evros river border | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Niger is a popular transit country for many migrants in Africa | Photo: Silas Adamou/MSF
A Nigerian refugee kisses her child at a transit camp in Geidam, Yobe, Nigeria | Photo: EPA/STR
A protest by migrants in Agadez in 2018 | Photo: Getty Images/AFP