What is helleborous Niger?
I think you spelled it wrong? But if you were looking for helleborus Niger it is the scientific name for Black Hellebore
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Niger is one of the hottest countries in the world. It contains theSahara desert and the Niger River. It is famous for their saltcaravans.
It begins in southeastern Guinea and runs through Mali, Niger, on the border with Benin and through Nigeria emptying into the Atlantic Ocean at the Niger Delta.
Mahamadou Issoufou is the President of Niger. He won a presidential run-off election against Seyni Oumarou on 2011 March 12 by 57.95% to 42.05%. Issoufou was officially sworn in on 2011 April 7. Issoufou was previously the Prime Minister of Niger from 1993 April 17 to 1994 September 28, when he …resigned. He ran for President in 1996, placing fourth, and again in 1999 and 2004, both times placing second to Mamdou Tandja. As Tandja's second term was coming to an end, a constitutional amendment allowing the president to serve more than 2 terms was proposed, and passed in a heavily boycotted national referendum. This led to a military coup d'Ã©tat on 2010 February 18, where Mamadou Tandja was deposed. Leadership of the country was turned over to Salou Djibo, Chairman of the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy of Niger. Issoufou would finally become President after winning the elections held in 2011. (MORE)
Niger is a western, landlocked, African country. It borders Nigeriaand Benin to the south, Burkina Faso and Mali to the west, Algeriaand Libya to the north and Chad to the east.
There are numerous ways to compare rivers - by their differences, by their similarities and some of the criteria would be - length, discharge, size, sources, mouth, basin, tributaries, area through which they flow etc.. The links below will give you ample details to cover this..
just look at the 3 main causes of poverty and specify to that region if need be. unemployment, education and age. you can also look at the availability of resources (eg. food, access to clean water etc.) hope that helped :)
The positive effects of the colonization of Nigeria can beattributed to the positive impacts provided by the foreigninvestment in the economy of this country. The country saw animprovement in education, medicine, and farming. Also in roads,electricity and water supply.
The official language is French. Others are Arabic, Buduma. Fulfulde, Hausa, Kanuri, Zarma, Songhai, Tamasheq, Tassawaq, Tebu and Gourmanchema There are a few official languages in the country of Niger. Some ofthese languages include Hausa, Fulfulde, and Kanuri. The official language of Niger is Fr…ench, Hausa, and Djerma are also languages spoken in Niger. Yes, French is the official language of Niger. Hausa , Igbo and Yoruba Officially: French\nAlso: Fulfulde, Gulmancema, Hausa, Kanuri, Tamasheq, and Zarma in alphabetical order. (MORE)
Niger is a country that is located in the Western part of Africa.It is nearly the size of Alaska.
Because it was a French colony for many years. Because Niger was once part of a french colony. When it became a French colony.
Africa. It begins in southeastern Guinea and runs through Mali, Niger, on the border with Benin and through Nigeria emptying into the Atlantic Ocean at the Niger Delta.
The capital city of Niger is Niamey. Nigeria is a separate country, and its capital city is Abuja.
The African people who live near the Niger River depend on it forsurvival. The Niger River is important for providing fish for thepeople to eat, and sell for income. The Niger River also importantto the transportation of the people and their goods.
It means black in Latin. It is the name of a country in Africa and another country, Nigeria, gets its name from it. It is the root word of the name for the spice nigella. It is also the root of the Spanish word "negro" which means "black" also, and used to be the common word for a person of African …ancestry. (MORE)
The current President of Niger is Mahamadou Issoufou. He has beenin office since April 7, 2011. The presidential terms are 5 yearsin Niger.
The Niger River in western Africa is approximately 30 meters (100feet). It is about 2,600 miles (4,200 kilometers) long.
Niger is a country in Western Africa and it does not rhyme with either "trigger" or "tiger". It is pronounced Nye-djer, which doesn't rhyme with anything. Of course the people who live there speak French (among other things) so they pronounce it nee-zhaire.
Yes, Niger or Nig Ã©r depending on your pronounciation is named after the River Niger
Niger (Republic of Niger) covers a land area of almost 1,270,000 km 2 , most of this is desert.
it is a river in Nigeria ( west Africa) it runs through 5 countries, Guinea , Mali , Niger , Benin and Nigeria it is the third longest river in Africa. its source is in guinea highlands.
it is verry hot most of the tme !!!! but it is also humid most of the time, that is because it is near the Niger wiver
the illnesses in Niger are H.I.V & aids !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is not verry nice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sophie you my friendddd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YES INDEED THE PYRAMIDS ARE IN ZINDER IN NIGER NOT NIGERIA FOR MORE INFO CONTACT ME ASAP. ZINDER-NIGER: DÃ©tails sur la dÃ©couverte d'une pyramideâ¦ . Vendredi, 09 Mars 2012 00:00 direct niger . Le 29 fÃ©vrier 2012, le chercheur nigÃ©rien en Ã©gyptologie, MaÃ®tre Souley Garb…a, a fait part de la dÃ©couverte qu'il a faite d'une pyramide dans le village de Dan Baki, Ã 20 km de la ville de Zinder. Selon les explications de ce chercheur, il y a mÃªme un sphinx juste en face de cette pyramide, (le sphinx est une espÃ¨ce de statue de grand lion couchÃ©). Ainsi, la pyramide et le sphinx sont en connexion, a-t-il expliquÃ©. En effet, la pyramide dÃ©couverte contiendrait plus de 40.000 objets en or. Ce qui signifie des tonnes d'or, une richesse astronomique inestimable pour le Niger et le Monde entier. Cette pyramide est l'une des toutes premiÃ¨res de l'humanitÃ©, selon les textes anciens et elle est en Ã©tat de dÃ©gradation avancÃ©e, a prÃ©cisÃ© MaÃ®tre Souley Garba avant de faire remarquer qu'il y a une autre pyramide jumelle Ã cotÃ© de celle qu'il vient de dÃ©couvrir. Mieux, il prÃ©cise qu'il y a toute une ligne de pyramides qui sont situÃ©es dans la rÃ©gion de Tanout (Zinder). Il faut souligner que l'Ã©gyptologue nigÃ©rien, MaÃ®tre Souley Garba, a fait deux importantes dÃ©couvertes fondamentales: Il y a d'abord la dÃ©couverte de la vÃ©ritable langue des anciens Egyptiens. Selon lui, les anciens Ã©gyptiens parlaient le Haousa, une des principales langues commerciales d'Afrique de l'Ouest au 41Ã¨me rang mondial et parlÃ©e par environ 50 millions de personnes au Nigeria, Cameroun, Niger, Ghana, Soudan, BÃ©nin, Burkina Faso et au Togo. Mieux, il prÃ©cise Ã©galement que les hiÃ©roglyphes Ã©taient Ã©crits en Haousa. C'est donc grÃ¢ce Ã cette langue qu'il a pu dÃ©chiffrer et dÃ©crypter, aprÃ¨s plusieurs annÃ©es de recherche, l'origine ou le point de dÃ©part des anciens Egyptiens. MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA explique que les anciens Ã©gyptiens dÃ©clarent qu'ils sont apparus ici Ã DARGAZA (Zinder) qui signifient la couronne de Dieu c'est-Ã -dire le Dieu Solaire, Ã l'Ã©poque du taureau. Et leur territoire s'Ã©tant de DARGAZA jusqu'Ã la mer rouge en passant par l'Egypte actuelle et le YÃ©men. Il vient ainsi de trouver la clef mÃªme de la lecture des hiÃ©roglyphes. La deuxiÃ¨me dÃ©couverte est celle de la pyramide Ã degrÃ©s, jamais ouverte et un sphinx au Niger pour dÃ©montrer et confirmer tous ses postulats et thÃ¨ses en face du monde. C'est donc la lecture de ses Ã©critures trÃ¨s anciennes qui l'a guidÃ©, l'a orientÃ© lentement mais sÃ»rement sur le chemin des anciens Egyptiens jusqu'au sommet de cette pyramide de Dan Baki (Ã 20 km de la ville de Zinder) dont il vient de faire la dÃ©couverte. A l'occasion de cette dÃ©couverte, MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA repose la question de la civilisation humaine avec beaucoup de simplicitÃ© et d'humilitÃ©. Qui Ã©taient-ils vraiment? Que reste-il d'eux? Quel est le sens de la vÃ©ritable civilisation humaine? RÃ©ponse: lire dans les hiÃ©roglyphes! Visiblement c'est l'Histoire Ã l'envers pour le trop cartÃ©sien mais selon une loi simple de l'Ã©volution "les premiers seront les derniers et les derniers seront les premiers", la vie est donc un cycle d'Ã©ternel recommencement. La carte de la RÃ©publique du Niger reprÃ©sente l'image de la tÃªte de taureau. Alors selon la lecture des hiÃ©roglyphes de MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA, le point de dÃ©part de l'humanitÃ© c'est le Niger, Ã DARGAZA prÃ©cisÃ©ment ! Lire ci-dessous, l'interview du chercheur en Ã©gyptologie, MaÃ®tre Souley Garba , accordÃ©e au journal nigÃ©rien Patriote 15 . Mocatar Gazoby. De quoi s'agit-il exactement? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Nous venons de faire la dÃ©couverte d'une pyramide dans la rÃ©gion de Zinder particuliÃ¨rement dans le village de Tambari prÃ¨s de TIMINI. C'est Ã 20 km Ã l'ouest de Zinder. C'est dans cette rÃ©gion que nous avons dÃ©couvert une pyramide Ã degrÃ©s et un sphinx. Le sphinx c'est une sorte de grande statuette ou si vous voulez de grande statue de lion couchÃ©. Donc nous avons le sphinx qui regarde la pyramide Ã degrÃ©s. La pyramide Ã degrÃ©s ce sont ces genres de pyramides qui ont des sortes d'escaliers circulaires, juste vers le haut, le sommet. Donc c'est cette dÃ©couverte que nous venons de faire. LE PATRIOTE15: Toutes nos fÃ©licitations, maÃ®tre. MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: C'est le rÃ©sultat de nos activitÃ©s que nous menons depuis quand mÃªme 7annÃ©es. Et avec un institut privÃ© des Etats-Unis d'AmÃ©rique pour pouvoir comprendre davantage la civilisation Egyptienne qui n'est pas seulement celle de l'Egypte actuelle qu'on connaÃ®t mais qui s'Ã©tant Ã©galement vers le Niger. LE PATRIOTE15: Mais maÃ®tre Souley ; qu'est-ce qui vous a guidÃ© jusqu'Ã cette dÃ©couverte? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Donc en fait si vous voulez l'origine ou la cause principale qui nous a guidÃ©s vers cette dÃ©couverte, c'est une Ã©tude que nous avions menÃ© depuis des annÃ©es et notamment pendant 7 annÃ©es en nous basant sur des anciens textes hiÃ©roglyphiques. L'Ã©tude des hiÃ©roglyphes nous a permis de comprendre que la langue des Egyptiens anciens Ã©tait le Hawsa. Ce texte hiÃ©roglyphique nous a guidÃ©s et nous avons compris qu'il y a des pyramides dans la rÃ©gion de Zinder. Maintenant, certainement cela se confirme de maniÃ¨re trÃ¨s claire. GrÃ¢ce donc aux hiÃ©roglyphes nous avons pu accÃ©der au nom du village. C'est le village de Dan Baki, un village qui se situe Ã environ 2 km au nord du village de Tirmini. Nous avons travaillÃ© sur un ancien texte hiÃ©roglyphique qui parle essentiellement du Niger. Selon ce texte, l'Egypte actuelle n'est qu'un prolongement, une excroissance de la rÃ©publique du Niger. Dans le passÃ© trÃ¨s lointain, c'est-Ã -dire dans les temps anciens, le Niger gouvernait le Tchad, le Soudan, l'Egypte, l'Arabie Saoudite et jusqu'au YÃ©men selon les enseignements des anciens textes Egyptiens. Ce texte lÃ nous a rÃ©vÃ©lÃ© non seulement de comprendre l'histoire de l'humanitÃ© qu'one ne connaÃ®t pas ou qu'on a dÃ©libÃ©rÃ©ment occultÃ© mais explique Ã©galement qu'il n'y a pas de pyramides seulement qu'en Egypte. Il y a bel et bien des pyramides au Niger. LE PATRIOTE15: Que dire des pyramides que l'on trouve au Niger en termes d'anciennetÃ©? La pyramide dont vous avez la dÃ©couverte Ã Zinder est-elle plus ancienne ou plus rÃ©cente que celles qu'il y a en Egypte? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: trÃ¨s bien! La pyramide que nous retrouvÃ©e dans la rÃ©gion de Tirmini en effet est beaucoup plus ancienne que celles de l'Egypte actuelle. Car celle-lÃ est dÃ©jÃ en dÃ©gradation avancÃ©e Mais elle n'a pas Ã©tÃ© ouverte. Et toutes celles qui s'y trouvent dans les environs conserveraient leur immense trÃ©sor. Si l'Etat nous accorde la fouille archÃ©ologique de cette pyramide, nous pourrions trouver plus de 40.000 objets en Or. A quelques distances de cette pyramide il y a sa jumelle dans les champs des habitants. LE PATRIOTE15: MaÃ®tre, dites nous alors qu'il y aurait un champ de pyramides dans cette rÃ©gion du Niger! MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Oui en effet. Il y a, toute une ligne de pyramides de la ville de Zinder jusqu'Ã Tanout. Donc, il n'a que des pyramides lÃ -bas. LE PATRIOTE15: MaÃ®tre d'oÃ¹ venaient les Egyptiens finalement? Ils avaient migrÃ© de Tanout vers Zinder ou de Zinder vers Tanout pour remonter vers l'Egypte? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Justement selon les anciens textes hiÃ©roglyphiques, les Egyptiens sont nÃ©s ou sont apparus Ã Tanout et notamment Ã DARGAZA et ont migrÃ© vers l'Egypte actuelle jusqu'au YÃ©men et donc jusqu'Ã la mer rouge. Dans les textes hiÃ©roglyphiques, ils parlent leur terre ou leur territoire comme s'Ã©tendant de Tanout jusqu'Ã la mer rouge. C'est pourquoi il y a des pyramides depuis Tanout jusqu'au bord du Nil. Toute cette ligne forme une barque terrestre parsemÃ©e de pyramides. LE PATRIOTE15: Est-ce qu'il y a le nom de Tanout dans le texte hiÃ©roglyphique? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Le nom de Tanout s'y trouve et surtout le nom de DARGAZA revient constamment dans les textes hiÃ©roglyphiques comme origine des anciens Egyptiens. DARGAZA signifie la couronne de Dieu qu'ils appelaient le Dieu solaire! Et si vous voulez les pyramides de la rÃ©gion de Caire portent le nom de GuÃ©sah ou Giseh. Il un rapport entre Giseh et DARGAZA. C'est le mÃªme radical. LE PATRIOTE15: Quelle a Ã©tÃ© la rÃ©action des autoritÃ©s nigÃ©riennes au moment de cette dÃ©couverte? MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: Le prÃ©fet de Miriah M. Alatmo Gaskiya a rÃ©agi trÃ¨s favorablement. C'est lui-mÃªme qui a informÃ© et mobilisÃ© le maire Tirmini a allÃ© voir le site. La population est accourue vers le site. Les mÃ©dias internationaux et nationaux sont venus. Nous remercions les autoritÃ©s nigÃ©riennes pour leur prompte rÃ©action ainsi que la population et les diffÃ©rents corps de mÃ©tiers qui sont venus voir le site (les avocats, les journalistes, enseignants etc.). LE PATRIOTE15: je vous remercie maÃ®tre Souley GARBA et toutes nos fÃ©licitations. MaÃ®tre Souley GARBA: C'est moi qui vous remercie. Merci Ã tous vos lecteurs. Interview rÃ©alisÃ©e par tÃ©lÃ©phone en direct de Dan Baki (commune de Tirmini) par Moussa NAGANOU (MORE)
The country was named after the Niger River. The name is believed to be a shortened version of 'gher n gheren' which means River of Rivers.
A sand Niger is Narmeen. When people hear the phrase "sand Niger", they think to themselves "sand Niger?" What's that or that's not true, there is no such thing as sand Niger. But little do they know it is true. For instance, Narmeen is a sand Niger.
Most health organizations that monitor international health care have noted that Niger has a very ineffective system, and most citizens lack good coverage or good care. Niger is one of the poorest countries in Africa and as a result, it has been struggling to provide sufficient health care; one stud…y said there were only 300 doctors for the entire country, for example. The World Health Organization and the United Nations have been donating medical supplies and trying to help the government increase the care it can offer. (MORE)
I have no idea, search it on google. but i do know that Niger's death rate in 2010 is 14.83
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The average life expectancy is a frightening 47 years which places Nigeria in the 216th position in the world, whilst the death rate is one of the highest in the world at 16.56 per 1000. Both infant mortality and maternal mortality rates in Nigeria also remain among the highest.
Adrar TchirÃ¨lissene, Agadez. 1,892 m. 19.147 / 8.681. 2. Agareroum, Agadez. 1,881 m. 19.19 / 8.849. 3. Ti-n-Galene, Agadez. 1,819 m. 20.2 / 8.556. 4. Ifallatatene, Agadez. 1,695 m. 19.159 / 8.515. 5. BalarsÃ¨s, Agadez. 1,647 m. 19.138 / 8.589. 6. I-n-DebÃ®rene, Agadez. 1,…639 m. 19.092 / 8.55. 7. Tagha, Agadez. 1,539 m. 18.202 / 8.511. 8. I-m-Bezzegaine, Agadez. 1,533 m. 17.6 / 8.697. 9. Bagzane-n-Ãmmas, Agadez. 1,531 m. 17.713 / 8.741. 10. Bitet, Agadez. 1,485 m. 17.957 / 8.372. (MORE)
"Niger" in Spanish is "NÃger" (with an accent over the i), and it's pronounced KNEE-hair.
To the nature of words: . First, there is no such thing as a "bad word." Words are inanimate and incapable of causing harm of themselves. How words are used is another matter. In the context of this question, it is clear the asker is inquiring after a simialr word that is commonly used in a derogat…ory way. I'll get to that in a moment. As the question is asked, no. Niger is the name of a country in central Africa. The name of anything cannot be "bad" and it would be exceedingly difficult to use it in a bad way. It is an identifier, a label in the informational sense. The only way the name of the country Niger could perhaps be used in a bad way is if it were used to refer to another country, as in say if someone were referring to France as Niger. It is obviously incorrect and therefore a bad usage, geographically and grammatically. On to the asker's intent. The following is an objective treatment of a piece of language and history. No intent or bias is intended on the part of the answerer. The double "G" word the asker may be referring tohere has acquired negative connotations, but not universally. One can see on the streets, neighborhoods, schools, and pretty much anywhere one can find a concentration of African-Americans young people who use the bouble "G" word as a means to peer bond. It is often tossed about with abandon and little attention is paid to any negative connotation. Where difficulty rises is when any other ethnotype uses the word. If, say, a Caucasian where to use the double "G" word in any context, even in the situation previously mentioned of peer bonding, the likely outcome would be a violent reaction on the part of African-Americans who heard it. This all being said, the double "G" word comes down as a shortening of the term Negroid, a word that was originally used as a label of ethnicity or race in the traditional sense. The earliest attempts to identify race of humans spoke only of three ethnotypes: Oriental, Caucasoid, and Negroid. This has since been expanded and is much more complex than originally considered. No negative intent was assigned to any of the three words. The use of the double "G" word rises out of the southern US before and after the Civil War. It was used sometimes to denote a person of low standing, generally applied to slaves, former slaves (post war), and anyone with darker than typical Caucasian skin coloring. Contrary to popular belief, those who used to the word, especially into the later 19th and early 20th century, did so more out of habit than from any presumed higher moral worth or standing. For most intents and purposes, it was a label, a way to identify an unspecified other who could be grouped with a specific ethnotype, not meant to be any more derogatory than "whites" for northern European ethnotypes, or "Asians" for those of Oriental descent. Over time, as with any word or phrase in any language, it took on a meaning of it's own. With segregation in the South, and defacto segragation in the North, ir became a word that was associated with hate. It is in fact listed as hate language in many hate crime legislation. Yet, it is still used by youths to peer bond. Language is a funny thing, and most people do not even consider the source of the language they use. Many people misuse language on a regular basis, and many jokes are made about that misuse. Consider for a moment that most of the epithets that we use, the swear or curse words, are actually abbreviations or acronyms from another time. Language is a fluid, living thing. It changes with time. But, it remains inanimate and benign. It takes a speaker who is engaging hateful oppinions to breathe life into them, to turn them into weapons before any harm can rise out of the speaking. And, it is not the word that harms, rather the attitudes and beliefs of the speaker. Consider for a moment the fragment, "fruit snack." Everyone loves fruit of one form or another. Entire corporations have been founded on the attempt to develop more flavorful and nutricious fruit snack products. It is an inoccuous and harmless term. However, if a child who was angry with another child applied the term, the label, to that other child, "You fruit snack!", this benign term becomes the vehicle of a weapon. It isn't the weapon itself, it only serves to convey the hate and anger, to transport it. The double "G" word does the same. It is a collection of characters that when expressed as sounds acts as a vehicle for the meaning of the person expressing it. The problem is, as with any expression in language, the meaning that is intended is not always the meaning that is received. Those listening sift everything they hear through their own filters, and in doing so blame the words rather than their own preconceived impressions and notions. The short of it is, a word cannot be intrinsically bad or good. It can only be. The use or purpose to which it is applied, and more specifically the intent with which it is applied CAN be bad or good.. (MORE)
No but who ever is reading ur mama is so ugly she mad an onion cry
It allowed people to get to places more efficiently, to be able to use boats to carry more stuff, and lessened the walk. Yup! That's the answer.
Nowhere. Simon of Cyrene was compelled to carry Jesus' cross, and some people suppose him to be black.
Yes, mushroom compost can be used for hellebores. The plants in question favor soils which are in the neutral range in terms of soil pH. They will have no problems with lime.
There are many similarities between France and Niger as Niger was a French colony. They both have French as the official language, they both have very similar government systems, and France provides the most assistance to Niger (money, military, etc.).
(Acts 13:1) 13âNow in Antioch there were prophets and teachers in the local congregation, Barâ²naÂ·bas as well as Symâ²eÂ·on who was called Niâ²ger, and Lucius of CyÂ·reâ²ne, and Manâ²aÂ·en who was educated with Herod the district ruler, and Saul.
There is no such thing as a "country zip code." A Zip Code is apostal code used in either the United States or the Philippines,corresponding to a town or a part of a city.
Mahamadou Danda was the Prime Minister of Niger at the start of 2011.. Brigi Rafini became the Prime Minister of Niger on April 7.. Danda became the Prime Minister of Niger on 2010 February 23, and left office after the 2011 presidential election. . Rafini became the Prime Minister of Niger at …the same time Mahamadou Issoufou became President of Niger.. (MORE)
Niger is in the northern part of Africa, in between Chad and Algeria. It's captiol, Niamey, is in the south-west part of Niger.
Niger is a country which is located in the Western part of Africa and has a population of over seventeen million people. The capitol of Niger is Niamey and the official language of this country if French. However, there is not mention of an employee named Niger how how people are responding to said …employee. (MORE)
Oil spills from poorly-maintained pipelines and tankers, againstwhich poor local farmers & fishermen can do little in the faceof large foreign-owned oil corporations who provide most of thegovernment's tax revenue. It's been going on for decades and showsno sign of ending any time soon.
What does this quote meanAnd for mathematical science he that doubts their certainty hath need of a dose of hellebore?
Hellebore is a species of plant. It is said that Hippocrates used "white hellebore" (a false hellebore) as a purgative, a word for a strong laxative. On that basis, "And for mathematical science he that doubts their certainty hath need of a dose of hellebore" would mean that the person has a need… for a strong laxative. The reader is invited to interpret that in modern English, but there is a three-word expression that begins with "full of". ;-) (MORE)
French is spoken all across Niger, but primarily in larger citieslike Niamey, because that is where more educated people tend tolive.
There would be some English speakers there, but the officiallanguage is French and there are some other national languages, butthey do not include English.
The natural resources for Niger are: uranium, coal, iron ore, tin,phosphates, gold, molybdenum, gypsum,salt and oil.
The Niger and Senegal River is important to Africa because is helpsfarmers, fisherman, and herders transport their goods. It is atransportation route for Africa to reach.
The key export of Niger is best when he prices are at there peak.This is oil and gas.
named after the Niger River r 80 percent of its land areacovered by the Sahara desert. Official language :French Currency : WestAfrican CFA franc Capital : Niamey .