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    As I already connected with several British expats in Niger and neighbouring states before moving here, it made the transition easier.

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  • Looking for apartment/home/villa to share
    1 reply
    May 12, 02:31

    Hi Jo, I have an exceptionally nice place available immediately for a short term rental in the Plateau area off the main road at the end of a street. It is a privately owned, never been rented and …

  • Visa to Niger
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    Oct 6, 00:14

    I had my family join me on visa on arrival. You should first send a copy of your passeport to your hosting persojn who can initiate the process for you. It can take around 10 days or less if the …

  • looking for home/villa to share
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    May 23, 09:28

    Salut Je suis aussi intéressé par une colocation. J'arrive à Niamey fin juillet. Merci de me contacter si vous avez des opportunités. Merci

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Embark on a New Life in Niamey

As the capital of Niger, Niamey is the trade, administrative and economic center of the country. The major contributor to the economy is the mining and export of uranium, while internal markets are mainly agricultural or in the manufacture of bricks, ceramics, and food products. The city's learning institutions include the American International School and the Abdou Moumouni University. The National Museum of Niger is a great place to start learning about Niamey with a selection of cultural and historical information. There are also two national parks in which to explore the city's landscape and a herd of giraffe to visit. You will also soon discover the delights of the bustling Grande Marche marketplace, which sells a range of products, from foods to handicrafts.

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  • Albert Robley

    As I already connected with several British expats in Niger and neighbouring states before moving here, it made the transition easier.

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    The InterNations forums helped me finding the answers to all the questions I had in mind when I first came to Niamey.

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